All articles for...

Posts Tagged ‘Gold Series 3’

Amazoness History Lesson

July 6th, 2010

When Labyrinth of Nightmare was released in 2003, Duelists got their first glimpse at Amazoness cards with the release of Amazoness Archer (originally named Amazon Archer). Later that year, a bunch of new Amazoness cards were released in Magician’s Force, including Amazoness Paladin, Amazoness Fighter, Amazoness Swords Woman, Amazoness Blowpiper, and Amazoness Tiger. Two Amazoness-themed Trap Cards, Amazoness Archers and Dramatic Rescue, were also released alongside them.

More than two years later, Amazoness Chain Master was released at the Sneak Peek for The Lost Millennium. All of the Amazoness monsters are EARTH monsters. They’re also all Warrior-Type monsters, except for Amazoness Tiger, which is a Beast-Type monster. Now, all 9 of these Amazoness cards are available together for the first time in Gold Series 3, so you can build anAmazoness Deck more easily than ever before!

Amazoness Archer was the first ever Amazoness to be released. It was originally named Amazon Archer in Labyrinth of Nightmare, but had its name changed when it was reprinted in Gold Series 3 to make it clear that its part of the Amazoness family. Amazoness Archer has 1400 ATK and lets you Tribute 2 monsters to inflict 1200 points of damage to your opponent.

An Amazoness so old, it wasn't even an Amazoness!

An Amazoness so old, it wasn't even an Amazoness!

Read more…

Go for the Gold! at the World Championship Qualifier

June 16th, 2010

The U.S. World Championship Qualifier event isn’t just for Duelists who have their invites and want to compete for the chance to represent the United States at the World Championship in August. It’s not even just for residents of the United States! The WCQ in Minneapolis, Minnesota is for every Duelist who wants to be a part of the most spectacular (and fun!) event of the year. Players who aren’t qualified can show up just to Duel and meet new people by playing in one of the many Public Events that will be offered over the weekend. One event that’s sure to be popular this year actually debuted last year and was deemed “totally awesome” by the Duelists who participated in it! It’s called “Go for the Gold!” and you’ll find nothing else quite like it.  Read more…