Starting with the YCS in Atlanta, GA on January 31st – February 2nd, we are changing the way the Top 16 works for YCS events held in the Americas.
Instead of the normal Advanced Constructed Format, we will now have the Top 16 Duelists draft their Top 16 decks, and compete in Booster Draft format, using the Brand New War of the Giants – Round 2.
This will challenge our Top Duelists, measure their skill at the game in the broadest possible sense, and give them a new play experience that’s different from the previous double digit rounds played that weekend before the Top 16. We want our YCS champions to be the best of the best, and true masters of EVERY aspect of the game.
Specifics on how to draft War of the Giants – Round 2 can be found here.
The exact details on how the YCS Top 16 will work it will be posted on the YCS Atlanta FAQ in the next couple of weeks.
Are you going to play in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series event in Toronto, Canada on September 4th and 5th?
Are you playing a really cool Deck that you think the Dueling world needs to know about?
If you answered “yes” to both of those questions, then we want to hear from you!
Tell us all about your Deck at email@example.com. Include your full Decklist, and a thorough explanation of what your Deck does and how it wins. Make sure to include your best combos and your favorite plays to make with the Deck, and tell us how you came up with it and why you decided to bring it to the event!
With a new Forbidden and Limited Cards list in effect, its a whole new Duel, and we’ll be bringing you coverage all weekend long from Toronto, Canada!
Since 2004, the winner of a SHONEN JUMP Championship has received a special prize card. Even though the name of these events changed to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series this past weekend, the tradition of the prize card lives on. But the new prize card announced this weekend was actually a set of 3 different cards: Darklord Asmodeus, Darklord Edeh Arae, and Darklord Superbia!