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Clash of Rebellions: Last of the Infernoids

August 31st, 2015

Infernoids have been lurking in the shadows for half a year now, debuting in Secrets of Eternity and slinking forth at random to take a handful of big tournament showings. With the powerful ability to banish their own from the Graveyard for big Special Summons, they wield deadly effects that command the field and strip your opponent’s Graveyard. But even when they made a dominant showing, they always retreated into obscurity afterwards, often for weeks at a time.

Clash of Rebellions changes all that, and it’s finally time for this deadly family of FIRE Fiends to burn bright! Read more…

Interested in seeing the Infernoids in action?

June 9th, 2015

Then you’ll want to check out this match from YCS Columbus! In it, the Infernoid strategy is pitted against Lightsworn, a strategy that Infernoids borrow several key cards from! This match lets you see a lot of different Infernoid cards in action and provides an example of one type of “conversion” Side Deck – a Side Deck that allows you to radically modify your own strategy on the fly. In this case, many Trap Cards are added to a Deck that has few or no Trap Cards during the first Duel, which virtually guarantees that no Spell/Trap destroying cards will be sided in against you.

Infernoids Unleashed!

June 8th, 2015

A while back we showed you two of the new “Infernoid” monsters from Crossed Souls – the Level 1 Infernoid Pirmais, and the Level 6 Infernoid Sjette. Today the gloves are off as we unleash the theme’s brand new boss monster, the massive Infernoid Devyaty! 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…