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Pre-Game Warm-Up! Most Influential CROS Cards This Weekend?

May 21st, 2015

The 150th Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournament is taking place this weekend in Columbus, Ohio! We’ll be broadcasting the event live on our official YouTube channel for everyone that won’t be able to make it this weekend and it’ll be the first time that Crossed Souls has been legal for YCS competition, so you won’t want to miss it! Speaking of Crossed Souls, it’s been tournament legal for a week now and many cards have already seen play in National Championships across the world. With another week of experience with the new cards, along with the allure of winning an anniversary YCS event, it’s reasonable to assume that we’re going to see a lot of strategies influenced by CROS cards this weekend. But which cards will make the biggest impact over the weekend? Here are my picks for what will be the Top 5 most impactful Crossed Souls cards this weekend! Read more…

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Basic Infernoid Deck Construction

May 19th, 2015

Now that you know the basics of how Infernoids work, how do you apply that to building an Infernoid Deck? Check out our video guide to the basics of building and Infernoid Deck!

Infernoids: How Do They Work?

May 19th, 2015

When the Infernoids debuted in Secrets of Eternity, they hit the scene with seven monsters ranging from Level 2 to Level 10. That’s a big lineup, but with one Infernoid at each Level, Infernoids at Level 1, Level 6, and Level 9 were all conspicuously missing. If you’re not familiar with Infernoids here’s a quick crash course: Read more…

Crossed Souls is here! But whose Souls are getting Crossed anyways?

May 18th, 2015

Check out this visual overview of the new Zefra monsters, Pendulum Monsters that take the best parts of 5 different themes and combine them all into one big strategy!

Crossed Souls: Portmanteaulogoy

May 18th, 2015

Sometimes, seeing a certain word in a card name can tell you what it does without even needing to look at the text box. “Pot of” Spell Cards, for example, let someone draw 2 cards, be it you, your opponent, or your Deck in the case of Pot of Generosity, with Pot of Duality being the exception. Jar of Avarice is a card that takes words you’re already familiar with and combines them in a new way, and the result does almost exactly what you’d expect it to! It’s actually better than expected. Read more…