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Tournament Policy: Card Verification Explained

April 11th, 2019

The Official KDE-US Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Tournament Policy includes an update to Card/Hand/Deck Verification which has caused some confusion among Duelists.  We’d like to provide guidance on the most commonly asked questions about this section, and the impact it has on the cards people play.

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Shadows in Valhalla – 2nd Look – Ninjas!

August 4th, 2018

Yesterday we looked at the new Valkyrie cards from the KC Grand Prix anime episodes. Today we look at the new Ninjas coming soon in Shadows in Valhalla!

Ninja Grandmaster Saizo is the Ninjas’ new Link Monster, who searches out “Ninjitsu Art” cards and can use his stealth to avoid getting wrecked.

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Shadows in Valhalla – 1st Look!

August 3rd, 2018

We’re very close to the release date for Shadows in Valhalla, the 60-card, all-foil set that brings Zigfried von Schroeder’s long-awaited Valkyries to your Deck! If you’ve never watched the Valkyries in action in the KC Grand Prix, you can check out Zigfried’s Duel against Joey Wheeler here and here! Be sure and check out some of Zigfried’s other Duels, too, including his ultimate showdown against Kaiba.

Let’s start with the big one:

Time is the Ultimate Weapon

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Alluring Card Drawing Cards

April 13th, 2016

There’s a lot to be gained from card effects that let you draw more cards. Having more cards in your hand means more options, and more options means more ways for you to outwit and outplay your opponent. The more cards you have at your disposal, the higher the chance of you having the right card for the job. And if you draw cards every time your opponent tries to progress their strategy? Even better. Read more…

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April 5th, 2016

Two enter the ring, but only one can win. Who will it be? Draco Face-Off has been the key to many Pendulum strategies as a powerful way to consistently get access to Luster Pendulum, the Dracoslayer. But is that the only reason that Draco Face-Off is so good? Not even close. Draco Face-Off lets you choose whether or not you want the monster who wins to be Special Summoned or placed in your Pendulum Zone, so whatever you need Draco Face-Off to accomplish it’ll do. Next, it also sends the losing monster to the Extra Deck, meaning that when you Pendulum Summon you’ll also get to Summon whichever Draco lost as well!


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