Secrets of Eternity introduces Soul Transition – a brand new Trap Card that lets you draw two cards from your Deck – into the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME. Cards that draw multiple cards at once are always powerful, and Soul Transition is no exception. All of that power comes at a price… but how big is that price, really?
There are a ton of great new themed cards in The New Challengers, for Decks ranging from Shaddolls to Burning Abyss, Satellarknights to Qliphorts. NECH certainly has a lot of great cards for individual strategies like those, but today’s spotlight falls on something that can go in any Deck! A twist on the always excellent classic card Call of the Haunted, take a look at Oasis of Dragon Souls! Read more…
(Editor’s Note: Vanity’s Emptiness was first and last released in 2010 as a common in Starstrike Blast. While overlooked at the time, it has since become a mainstay of Dueling. It will become available again as part of the Legendary Collection 5D’s Mega-Packs.)
Vanity’s Emptiness was one of the most popular cards in the game over the last few months. It was played in dozens of Top 32 decks in Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournaments, and it was commonly run in twos and threes in Shaddolls, Satellarknights, Burning Abyss, and just about any other Deck you can think of. It’s a Continuous Trap that stops both Duelists from Special Summoning, putting a stop to just about every current strategy!
Now that Traptrix Myrmeleo and Traptrix Dionaea are two of the most popular monsters in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME, “Trap Hole” cards are some of the most popular Trap Cards. Bottomless Trap Hole and Traptrix Trap Hole Nightmare have become the “Trap Hole” of choice for most Duelists, and those Duelists usually add one of those 2 cards to their hand if they Normal Summon Traptrix Myrmeleo.
But now there’s a new “Trap Hole” card in Duelist Alliance that can be used in all sorts of Decks and gets even better when you can grab it with Traptrix Myrmeleo! Introducing Time-Space Trap Hole! Read more…
Since we just finished talking about the Warrior-Type Satellarknights and their ace monster Stellarknight Delteros, I thought I’d talk a little about two new Duelist Alliance cards for all Warrior Decks. Battleguard Rage and Battleguard Howling pay tribute to two of the earliest Warrior-Type monsters that were featured in the classic Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series: Swamp Battleguard and Lava Battleguard!