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2011/04 – Anaheim, CA tagged with 'Quick Questions'

QQ: Who Benefits Most from Trishula?

April 9th, 2011

Speaking of Trishula…

We’re less than a week and a half away from the release of Hidden Arsenal 4: Trishula’s Triumph, and Duelists are eager to get their hands on the new Level 9 Synchro Monster, Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier, so that they can throw it into their Extra Decks.

Trishula is a powerful 2700 ATK Dragon that removes a card from your opponent’s hand, field, AND Graveyard when it’s Synchro Summoned. But which Deck can Summon this Level 9 behemoth most easily, to take advantage of this incredible effect? I surveyed some of this weekend’s competitors to find out. Check out their answers! Read more…

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QQ: Favorite Extreme Victory world premiere card?

April 9th, 2011

QQ stands for Quick Questions! We’ve seen some exciting Extreme Victory previews at the Konami Strategy Site over these past few weeks, showing off the effects of a lot of powerful cards. Reborn Tengu, Gladiator Taming, Full House, Mara of the Nordic Alfar, and Psychic Shockwave were all revealed recently, and Duelists all over the tournament hall are talking about them. I asked a bunch of this weekend’s competitors which Extreme Victory World Premiere Card that has been revealed so far is their favorite. Check out their responses! Read more…

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QQ: Trap Stun, Seven Tools, or Decree?

April 9th, 2011

QQ stands for Quick Questions! Now that Heavy Storm and Cold Wave are both Forbidden, Duelists everywhere are looking for new ways to shut down their opponents’ Trap Cards. Trap Stun, Seven Tools of the Bandit, and Royal Decree have all emerged as the top ways to shut down opposing Trap Cards, and each of these cards has its unique advantages. I asked several of this weekend’s competitors which of these 3 cards they prefer, and why. See what they had to say! Read more…

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QQ: Your Favorite Defensive Card?

April 9th, 2011

A big part of Dueling is defense and disruption. If you can throw down a big field on turn 1, then protect it and build on it, you can dictate the pace of a Duel and often engineer a win. But even the biggest openings can be torn apart if they aren’t properly defended. We took to the tournament floor to ask Duelists in competition today: “What’s your favorite defensive card?” Read more…