An Ascending Sky Dragon

November 4th, 2015

In Clash of Rebellions, Pendulum Monsters began to meld with the other types of Summons, resulting in an Xyz Monster that was also a Pendulum Monster and a Pendulum Tuner monster that combined with other Pendulum Monsters to make a mighty Synchro Monster! Dimension of Chaos introduces an Xyz Monster that isn’t a Pendulum Monster, but is made of Pendulum Monsters instead! Read more…

The Forbidden & Limited Cards List has been changed!

October 29th, 2015

You can find the new Forbidden & Limited Cards List, which goes into effect on November 9th, in the usual place. Note that the 9th is the Monday after YCS San Jose, the current List will continue to be in effect for that tournament. The new list will be in effect from November 9th and has no set end date.

Dimension of Chaos: The Great Escape

October 26th, 2015

Any time one card lets you search your Deck and add another to your hand, it’s worth paying attention to. The most successful strategies in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG are usually the most consistent, and the ones that offer the most choice. Those two factors let you adapt to your opponent’s moves so you can outplay them; searching your deck for the right card at the right time makes it way easier to win.

Today we introduce a new World Premiere card making its global debut in Dimension of Chaos, a quirky new search Trap that’s not tied to any one theme. Painful Escape brings more precision to some of the biggest Decks going, and lends search power to a few old-school decks to help you get cards that were almost impossible to search otherwise. Read more…

Kaiju Attack! The Supermassive Monster Melee Continues!

October 23rd, 2015

The Kaiju are a new tribe of giant-sized monsters first introduced in Clash of Rebellions, and while there were only three cards for the theme, they made a suitably big impact on the imaginations of Duelists.   These enormous creatures aren’t just cool because they’re a city-stomping force of devastation; they’re also completely different from any monsters before them.

Every Kaiju has a set of effects that dictate how you Summon them, and how the theme works. First, each Duelist can only ever control one face-up Kaiju. You can’t attempt to Summon another one to your own side of the field, and if you should ever come into control of a second Kaiju, the new one’s destroyed instantly.

Second, you can Special Summon a Kaiju from your hand to your opponent’s side of the field by Tributing one of their monsters – your choice. From there, if your opponent controls a “Kaiju” monster, you can Special Summon a Kaiju of your own in Attack Position. So to Summon the Kaiju you want, you have to give a Kaiju to your opponent first.

All’s fair in love and rampage. Read more…

Dimension of Chaos: Blazing a Trail to Your Opponent’s LP

October 22nd, 2015

Today’s Dimension of Chaos preview card is the fifth variant of the most famous Trap Card in all of Dueling – the classic Mirror Force! This time, it’s a high risk, high reward way of punishing your opponent’s attack. Take a look at Blazing Mirror Force! Read more…

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