Lets make a yugioh deck, /v/
3 suggestions maximum, I'll start us off with the best card
Good thing I don't need to attack then
>that fucking wording
this is not how I remember this
>the game is so broken now that this card being limited is perfectly OK
you now have more or less 8 turns to win
You don't seriously want Gorz, The Format of Darkness again, do you?
Because as nasty as Jewdolls, Spacejews, and FUCKYOU.dek are, the game is a hell of lot better now than it was then.
Back when I actually touched the cards everyone was flinging Mystical Typhoons so this wouldn't be a problem. I miss the school days of Yu Gi cards, triple Monster Reborns, Dark Holes, Magic Cylinders, Mirror Force, people actually put Gate Guardians in their decks, all that jazz. Every expansion brought new concepts, the Dragon decks with like a dozen effect dragon cards, the Wizards with tokens that played like MP use, the spirit decks who were used for one turn, shit like Chaos Emperor dragon, etc.
All gone now I hear, I played Duel Network I don't remember how long ago but everyone was using those white cards that had players fly through 1/4th of their deck by turn 2 and if they spent even a 3rd turn building up whatever shit they were doing they'd quit. I lost all interest in the game since, duel network came too late.
There's a deck floating around made by some anon that only uses magic cards and this cards as the maing gimmick.
When the Zexal era came around, Konami implemented Problem-Solving Card Text, which solved a lot of retarded text and makes it easier to read how card effects work, which eliminated a lot of rulings. Pic very related because it had a fucking bible of rulings before they changed the text.
Its one of the few positive things that was introduced in the abomination that was Zexal era.
Check out Traptrix, Burning Abyss, and
You might like them. They remind me of the pre-synchro-spam golden days, while still being able to hold a candle against the current meta.
We still making this deck?
Anyway, run three of these and you're good to go.
That dragon is like my favorite card ever. I only played Disaster Dragon and the boss Red Eyes and Light were my aces. There's another dragon that stops special summons...so damn good. I'd have to look through my stash to get his name...
Can you post the american version? I can't read sushi-speak.
>5 Level 13 monsters
>Cannot be destroyed by battle except with "Number" monsters. When a "Number C1000: Numerronius" you control is destroyed: You can Xyz Summon this card from your Extra Deck, by using it as the Xyz Material. This card cannot be destroyed by card effects. This card cannot attack. Your opponent cannot target other monsters for an attack. During your opponent's End Phase, if your opponent did not declare an attack this turn, you win the Duel. When an opponent's monster declares an attack: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card; negate that attack, and if you do, gain Life Points equal to that monster's ATK.
Don't be a faggot.
OP, jam some Ultra Athletes in there. Baseball as fack.
>but blue eyes white dragon isn't affected because he's too strong
XYZs and Synchros ruined the game.
Now Konami is just pumping out more and more overpowered shit so you have to spend 150 bucks every 6 months just so you can be decent
I have an old Yugi and an old Kaiba deck which I play with my pal sometimes, those are way more fun
It was originally banned because it's easy to special (not fusion) summon, and it stops all other monsters from attacking. You can also use your opponent's monsters basically as union equips.
Nowadays though pretty much any card can just destroy it with some effect, so it's actually balanced in the current metagame.
>all those support cards that they got that prevent them from being targeted and destroyed and they're all searchable
>they're getting another card that both revives a monster and an equip card
>still not immune to a moeblob dessert queen
The reason why I keep playing this game because I love how fucking hilarious the logic can be.
I remember having a "first turn kill deck" that I've ran. Obviously it had a lot of banned cards for tournaments but as a kid you don't know shit about that. I don't remember the exact card list but it didn't involve "inventing" any card effects, the deck worked correctly and would have worked like that in tournaments.
The fucked up release schedule and that fucking Structure Deck are an even bigger kick in the pants for Noble Knight players than anyone else, so yeah, fuck you too.
The best cards are always gimmick cards that actually work. I was ecstatic when the more recent ninjas made this shit super-viable.
Two years, two fucking years, those assholes have been shitting up packs and taking away potential exclusive slots. With all those attempts they're still a piece of shit. You deserve for Merlin to be fucking awful and the deck to eternally be tier 4.
Fuck no, the power creep is retarded
before you play your first card the opponent would have milled through his deck, sent half of it to the graveyard and synchro summoned exodia
You're blaming me for Konami's release schedule? Geez, sorry, it's a good thing my daddy totally works for Kojima so I can tell him all about your precious opinions you cocksucking mongoloid.
The entire fucking deck should have been dumped out in 3 or 4 boosters. Or, hell, come out like they did in Japan: lump all the NK stuff into one Booster SP style pack so they don't shit up the main boosters, and are easier to pick up.
Konami did a piss-poor job of releasing the cards. Please go project your impotent rage on them.
How competitive is Yu-Gi-Oh compared to M:TG? Where is the powercreep harder and which one would you recommend if you really want a game that requires more than just broken card combinations.
You still spent money building the deck. You people spent enough money to build a tier 1 deck on a tier 3 deck. You fully deserve getting fucked over as much as you can if you're that stupid.
I got all my cards for under $40 off of angry spergs who didn't want the cards because they were "shitting up mah packs".
So I built it as a hobby-deck between Fire Fists and Bujins, before transitioning into HAT and now BA.
I'm sorry you're stupid enough to try and build decks by buying packs.
>Mfw this is exactly how the game is played now
And they still are
Konami doesn't understand how to control or maintain a power creep. They continuously shit on their established mechanics by adding more and more things to literally everything just for the sake of having it.
Yeah i'm gonna call bullshit on $40. You either have a shitty incomplete deck or you were really blowing some dicks to get yourself a deck.
You actually found a way to make yourself a bigger pleb. Not only are you a Noble Knights player, but you're also a Bujin player. You seriously love playing over hyped decks that are garbage. HAT was also for shitters.
>implying Vanguard isn't much worse
Atleast Konami pretends to care when the format is filled with nothing but 1 deck.
>HAT was for shitters
Holy shit, man. I don't even know what to say to that. You're an idiot.
I've got a playset of everything that isn't Brothers. Which is fine, because Brothers is worthless at any number but 1.
When I say $40, I mean I specifically spent $40 ordering Medrauts because nobody could find them.
I ride on whatever deck can get me easy wins and free packs at locals, and use the prizes I pull, and decks I don't play anymore, as trade-fodder to build my next deck. I tend to go through 4-6 major decks in a year, and spend about $80-120 every three months ordering cards I can't trade for.
When I say I got my NK cards for peanuts, I'm not exaggerating. I spend $40, and the rest all fell into my lap.
Bujins are long-gone. Hat is halfway disassembled, and I'm riding Dante until Spacejews invade next month.
Once again, I'm sorry you're bad with money, I'm sorry you suck at trading, and I'm sorry you're so goddamn bad at competitive Yugioh.
>HAT wasn't shit
That's why they did so great everywhere that wasn't the US and even at worlds. Oh wait :^)
I see you blew a few fat sweaty nerds to get that Noble Knight playset. You should have at least done it for a good deck.
See Bujins aren't really "long gone", there were never actually here. I know some of you shitters love to talk about how they were actually good at one point, but that's pretty far from the truth of how it actually was.
I'm sorry you feel the need to lie about being some huge card tycoon on an anonymous image board.
As someone who played during the GX Era, I have no idea what's even happened to the game anymore.
We can all agree that the power creep is pants-shittingly retarded in YGO, right?
I mean, yeah obviously you have to get players to want to buy the new packs, but Konami is releasing completely broken cards in every new set, and they always end up like 100 dollars for a playset and they'll end up being a MUST HAVE if you wanna be decent
>I lack reading comprehension
Good to know
>Bujins aren't "long gone".
Mine are. Deck was a disappointing stop between D R A G O N S and HAT.
>I'm sorry you feel the need to lie
If I were lying, I'd say some shit like "I'm that guy who topped British Nationals with Noble Knights" or some aggrandizing shit like that.
You're pretty good at mental gymnastics.
Dante is single best example right now. Look that fucker up. Read him. Then read Scarm, Graff, and Cir. Let their text stew in your head for a little bit.
>I lack reading comprehension
>goes on to misinterpret the part about Bujins and completely dodge what was stated
Nice job going on to do exactly what you pretended to call out!
>maybe if I throw a bigger lie out there it'll make my smaller lie true
>Misinterpret the part about Bujins
I told you I traded away my Bujins. You said Bujins were never good. I clarified that that's why I traded them off.
What part was that again? The "I got Noble Knights for free because box-buying spergs didn't want them" part, or the "I have never placed top 16 at British Nationals" part, because I assure you I got my NK deck for <$40, and I'm not a British National Champion.
Yu-Gi-Oh, good stuff. Used to make a killing off of tourneyfags wanting the cards early and because Germany always got them early they'd send me money for me to go buy the cards and then send it to them.
I'd make about 30 bucks every card, their profit was way larger though I'm guessing for some cards.
>I told you I traded away my Bujins. You said Bujins were never good. I clarified that that's why I traded them off.
Show me one part in that post where you clarified why you traded away your Bujins. Go ahead i'm waiting.
Either way you were stupid enough to buy into the hype in the first place, so you can see why someone would doubt your investments.
>What part was that again? The "I got Noble Knights for free because box-buying spergs didn't want them" part, or the "I have never placed top 16 at British Nationals" part, because I assure you I got my NK deck for <$40, and I'm not a British National Champion.
Yet again did absolutely nothing to go against what I was saying and completely misinterpret what was being said.
>Mine are. Deck was a disappointing stop between D R A G O N S and HAT.
Once again, reading comprehension.
>Yet again did absolutely nothing to go against what I was saying and completely misinterpret what was being said.
So what the fuck were you saying? This is why I keep harping on you for "reading comprehension". You can't write worth a shit either, and it's difficult to understand what you actually mean. I got my NK cards for peanuts. I'm not a British National Champion.
>everyone at daycare has a deck
>watch one of the tards open booster pack
>watch as he pulls out ra
>first time any of us have seen it irl, holy shit
>make up some shit about "that's cool, but you know you can't even play that card right? you should just give it to me"
>tard hands it over
What the fuck are you guys talking about
Quick question here. Is it a possibility that on early stages of yu gi oh you could basically throw any 8 9 10 stars monster on the field without proper summonig first and that shit just could attack? Am I saying stupid shit?
No, you could never Normal Summon high-level monsters without tributing in the actual game.
Yugioh does not have Summoning Sickness, so any monster can attack the turn it's summoned, unless the card's text says otherwise.
We're having a calm, frank debate about Konami's blunder of the century.
>Once again, reading comprehension.
That implies fucking nothing. The time period between Dragons and
HAT in the TCG was pretty bad. Even with HAT around it was awful and just a place holder for Shaddolls, Space Jews, and Dante.
>So what the fuck were you saying? This is why I keep harping on you for "reading comprehension". You can't write worth a shit either, and it's difficult to understand what you actually mean. I got my NK cards for peanuts. I'm not a British National Champion.
Yet again absolutely fucking nothing. You threw out a bigger lie and said "i'm not this lie, so this other lie must be true". It just shows you were grasping at straws in the first place.
We're talking about how bad Noble Knights are.
You know those hard plastic covers?
Take your sleeved deck, put the deck between two of those and either tape the covers tight so you "squeeze" the deck a bit, or put something heavy on top of the covers.
Also I store my decks in a black box
Holographic cards always tend to bent overtime when you play with them, so its impossible to keep them in mint condition unless you never play with them. Its the reason why I replaced my Ultra Breakthroughs with commons Breakthroughs.
Okay, so what you're telling me is that you want some provenance of my spending habits, my collection, and my play history over the last year? I'm sorry I can't give you that. I don't keep a journal or have an accountant maintaining records of my trades and purchases.
You can choose to believe it or not. You're entitle to your opinions, even if they're factually wrong.
I got my Noble Knight cards on the backs of other trades, for virtually nothing. I spent $40 to get my hands on a set of Medraut.
I switch decks every few months. I don't blindly buy packs.
I won't disagree that Konami's release schedule for NK in the TCG is one of the most poorly handled blunders in the game's history.
And going all the way back to
It's pretty fucking stupid of you to wish cancer on Noble Knight players because you're the sort of person who buys Yugioh by the box, and throws a goddamn hissy fit when the planets don't align and let you pull the cards you want.
otk zombies are the shit. I can win like 50% of the duels I play with them and I'm a fucking casul.
I can say I got Nobel Knights for absolutely free, because my dad works for Konami. It doesn't mean shit if you go "but I got them for x amount" on an anonymous board. You could easily be a sour Noble Knight player trying to justify their purchase. Not everyone got them as cheap as you claim to have gotten them, there are plenty of idiots who bought into them just because.
It has nothing to do with pulling out buying boxes. It has to do with exclusive card slots being taken up for years by this shitty deck that still hasn't done a damn thing. There were so many good cards that could have been made, but they weren't because "guys Noble Knights are still shit, so how do we fix them".
Matte sleeves. They shuffle easier than the glossy kind, and allow more air to move between the sleeves (preventing mold).
Invest in longboxes for your commons and chaff.
Have two binders. Good, Monster binders. One for trades, and one for valuable cards you don't want to trade away yet, but need to keep safe. Sleeve the cards before putting them in the binder.
Invest in a good deckbox for your primary deck. The Ultra Pro Satin Tower is my recommendation. It's a little expensive, but it has enough room for your 40 card Deck, your 15 card Extra Deck, your 15 card Side Deck, and 5-10 Token cards, all sleeved. It also has a second compartment built into the bottom for dice, counters, or even same paper and a golf pencil. Whatever extras you think you may need at an event.
If you're going to a large even, be careful about how you transport your cards. I use a steel briefcase with a different combo on each lock. It's spacious enough for my trade binder, two deck boxes, and two mats. If you use a back-pack, make sure it has your name on it in at least two places.
Never take your eyes off your binder when you're negotiating trades. Don't let those faggots slip the cards they want out of your binder. Write down the names of the cards they want, and when you agree to the trade, THEN take the cards out and pass them across.
Always keep the sleeves your tradeaway cards were in. Never accept the tradeaway sleeves the other person had his cards in. If he won't take his own sleeves back, for any reason, throw them out.
Don't store cards in the tins. They're nearly airtight, and promote mold growth.
Do not place your card containers near any source of high heat or intense light, because the metal foil in rare cards will warp.
Don't flick the edges of your cards. I don't care if you see Jeff Jones do it at an ARG. Don't fucking do it.
>I can say I got Nobel Knights for absolutely free, because my dad works for Konami.
You're also a three-legged cyclops with 2 dicks growing out of each shoulder. You say I'm buttblasted because I wasted a ton of money on Noble Knights. I say I didn't waste much money on them. There is no actual way to prove that either of us is right, because we're stuck in an endless back-and-forth of "Nuh-uh" and "Uh-huh".
Konami fucked up the NK release royally. They should have just been in a Booster SP sort of premium pack. Not because we need other exclusives, but to shut up pissants like you who need to complain about frivolous shit like this. And on the topic of non-NK exclusives, the last good Exclusive was Tour Guide, so you can take that facet of your argument and shove it up your ass until you taste it.
>Not because we need other exclusives, but to shut up pissants like you who need to complain about frivolous shit like this. And on the topic of non-NK exclusives, the last good Exclusive was Tour Guide, so you can take that facet of your argument and shove it up your ass until you taste it.
How about we try all of BA? I'm glad to see you're an expert on the game.
>All of BA
Graff a shit. But yeah, BA seems to be breaking the losing streak.
>mfw Millennium Duels on 360 and PS3 has a good cardpool and was release before a lot of the current bullshit
Current Yugioh is actually pretty good. It sucked ass 6 months ago, and it was awful last year, but the metagame right now is a ton of fun.
As far as i know they where reprinted and made playable, maybe they were in boosterpacks. But the unplayable cards where all just some extracards in tins or some special edition shit.
Stopped playing way back, possibly before ban lists were created. But I do play online now since it's free and allows the freedom to test random decks against the top-tier stuff.
Something I noticed, most of the newer cards now work with the current graveyard meta. Before, Dark World cards did so via "if discarded by effect, gain <effect>" which made it balanced. Now, it seems like every other played card has a "if sent to grave, do <effect>. Not even a discard condition. Just, sent to the grave via whatever means. By battle, milled, effect dump from deck.
So, to the current players, does the new graveyard meta seem a bit too good? Or is it a case of, need to be overpowered to compete with other overpowers?
Hey guys, I'm not broken anymore, can I be in your deck?
That's some hardcore CIA level of card defense you got going there.
I guess with the amount of cards now available, 2 binders is required. I only ever had half a binder, but I stopped around when Don Zaloog of the Dark Scorpions came out in that Egypt themed booster.
Never been to an event but I agree with the never take your eyes off your cards. Still remember losing the 3 magnet warriors. Might've been by accident but I was trading and cards were being passed around. Got my stuff back when I had to leave, only to find my magnet warrior set missing when I got home....
what do frog cards have against frog the jam
you can kinda stop trap cards (i think there was a trap card which disables all other trap cards) and then there is that one field card which only allows you to activate spellcards when you're controlling a magician, i think?
I summoned two of these in a single turn earlier today for game on turn 2.
Best thing I've ever done yugioh wise.
>not disabling trap cards
It's a dark magician deck.
Normal summon Elemental hero prisma. Turn him into Black luster soldier. Discard king of the swamp for polymerization. Use poly to fuse prisma with your other king of the swamp. Use dragon's mirror to summon another one.
Shit was awesome.
It probably came before the frog archetype and happened to have the name Frog in it, so they specifically stated that since it had nothing to do with Frogs. There's a possibility the whole Frog The Jam text is on english cards only due to renames or something, not too sure.
I last played Yugioh IRL back when Synchro monsters were still new and played with my friend on Dueling Network around the time Xyz monsters were new.
Said fuck it and decided to join my friends to play Magic and now I'm wondering why Konami doesn't copy Wizards and make Yugioh formats the same way Magic formats work.
>Implying your dated cards can beat my advance new strats
Yeah, and catgirls are actually pussy-fairies.
forgot the game title/cover
how could they fuck this up so bad?
Its because the game doesn't follow actual Yugioh rules and makes up shit like its deck limits, your level as a duelist restricts what cards you can put into your deck and certain elemental types can kill other ones instantly.
But the game was wayyyyy to easy so Konami decided to go full Yugi Must Die mode with its sequel
Seriously I have yet to see anyone beat it without using some sort of cheat code
Image quality makes a couple of 3's look like 8's.
>can't be real.
>look it up.
>It's fucking real.
Every since Synchro's came out the power gap between cards has jumped miles remember how Morphtronics and Lightsworn used to be top tier decks? Morph is bottom tier shit now, lightsworn is only still relevant because of a few gay new cards and Judgment Dragon
A meta where Raigeki isn't considered about as broken as Yata is a meta that is beyond saving
This the one your talking about
You didn't think that was crazy did you?
You haven't seen shit
If you're talking chaos XYZ, that isnt even the best one
Its only attack three times, the card is blurry. Its doable to get out, but you'll be burning too much resources against the top tier decks to be meta And it can be killed easily on their next turn
i mean, it was alright with the limits and stuff since it gave it a rpg-"you get stronger"-stuff but how the actual game plays is kinda dumb
i mean there were good games by the time that game got released, so it surprised me
is the sequel still with those bullshit rules or is it like normal yugioh with enemies fucking you over?
>I can handle new age yugioh
>I heard matches on average end on turn 5 now
Not really, the current meta is mostly stun shit with assloads of backrow. Nothing compared to some of the bullshit of the past Frog FTK, exchange of spirit faggotry etc.
>Twin Headed King Rex
>Mfw someone tries to claim Six Sam is perfectly balanced and is upset its cards are limited
I haven't seen more broken bullshit aside from Prophecy
that card is so much fun ive also summoned this a handful of times you burn your whole hand with xyz to clean the field then use this
Come on, she's worse than fucking Kotori.
Yuzu best girl.
You summon with a syncro tuner monster (Formula syncron usually) and two or more regular syncro monsters. Its a level 12; and its almost always summoned with a level 2 (Formula) and two level 5 syncros.
As for what it does
>Once per turn you can negate a monster summon, effect or magic/trap
>It can attack twice
>When it leaves the field, special summon Shooting Star Dragon
You defeat it just by having enough removal cards to get over it and Shooting Stars effects. Which is hard
You summon it by using a tuner (will say on card) synchro monster and 2 or more non-tuner synchro monster's whose total levels all equal 12, the level on this card
He gets to attack as many times as the number of non-tuner's you used to summon him. He also can negate and destroy any card's effect that is activated once per turn. When he leaves the playing field he also allows you to summon "Shooting Star Dragon" from your extra deck
Its not too complicated and if you can summon him your pretty much win with 4K attack and atleast 2 attacks per turn
The main girl for the new series
Well about half of them are an archtype, search Ebon Curran Magician and go from there
It won't be even remotely viable though.
If you want faggot moe weebshit and to be viable then use Madolche
Kotori was the main girl of Zexal. She was just as useless as Anzu, the only difference being that Kotori scored in the end.
Yuzu is the new hotness of Arc V. She is actually relevant to the plot.
Blue eyes is still big and scary
The game right now has shifted away from responding to things and is now all about not letting the other player play at all. Ideally you want to have an unbeatable board before your opponent can play their first card.
I've heard stories from these threads before. Sometimes people will just grab a persons deck in the middle of a tournament and run out of the place. If 2 black people are dueling, that match is guaranteed to turn into a fist fight. If some kid is about to lose, he'll knock the cards of the table and grab cards that aren't his before leaving.
>Use that as part of a Final Countdown deck
>Mfw those tears
>Mfw using a Convulsion of Nature deck and once I find out its Lightsworns I use Prohibition on Judgment Dragon and the faggots either quit on the spot or duel till they lose
I fucking love Prohibition, why isn't it used more its hilarious to watch kids shit the bed when you prevent them from using their most OP cards
It's funny seeing all the people crying about cards that are the most impractical shit ever, while they will not understand why this guy for example could win a game if you just happened to go first
>The Machina Archtype is getting another card in the OCG
Thank you ygo pro for showing me this, now i hope we get this card in the TCG
You canTributethis card;Special Summon1 "Machina"monsterfrom yourhandorDeck, except "Machina Megaform". If a "Machina Fortress" youcontrolissentto theGraveyard, while this card is in your Graveyard (except during theDamage Step): You canbanish1 "Machina Fortress" from your Graveyard; Special Summon this card. You can only use 1 "Machina Megaform"effectperturn, and only once that turn.
>Mfw Solatairefernities got anally ravaged by the ban list
I wish there were better ways to protect it and get it back without slowing down your deck to do so.
It works well in my Convulsions deck because I use Ninja Grandmaster Hanzo to special summon White Dragon Ninja who protects the spell/trap zone from destruction. With Convulsions active I can see what deck the opponent is playing and Prohibit cards as apporpriate also use cards to "guess" the top card of my deck which I can see because of Convulsions so I can draw alot of cards fast and with deck destruction "guess" cards I can control what my opponent draws and take what I want at will
What's the most powerful card you own, /v/ ? Did you build your deck around it ?
I pretty much built my first competitive deck because I got my hands on 2 of these amd I wanted to use him
I technically have cards that are better now, but so few cards are safe from banishing, he gets much more use
In middle school I used to play a card game like that with a friend. It was like a simplified YGO, each card had a power rating from 10 to 100, the decks had a limited numer of effect cards and fusions, and cards with high power ratings required sacrifices.
So, one day I made a card that could transform into any card of both decks, copying both power rating and effect, he reacted by making three cards whose sole effect was instantly killing that one card.
I don't understand all this talk about "power creep" problems in competitive TCGs. Don't more tournaments just use cards from the more recent sets? I know that's how Magic works at least. Each set is balanced within itself, and not meant to take into account legacy cards unless they are reprinted in the current set.
Isn't that how it works?
Alright, that makes sense why YuGiOh's power creep is fucked up then.
That is how Magic does it right? I never got into the tournament scene, although I wanted to at one point. My understand of how Magic's tournament setting is how it works, right?
I'm guessing he's talking about Judgment and when Fate was at 3, which was all kinds of fucking crazy.
Now I can post this again.
Same attack as Gogiga Gagagigo, which he was just before that.
anyone have those screenshits where a guy plays the game online and uses the flavor text as the effects?
Giga was originally a small, mostly harmless monster. He gains tremendous power but is still for the most part, nothing more than a beast or summoned demon. He's served humans and fought against them. Eventually he is captured and put into an arena alongside a human. This human risks his life defending Giga and it changes him. Sometime after that, Giga risks his life doing the same thing MC did for him, but he doesn't survive. His body is taken by the fiends and he is augmented. He loses any semblance of learned humanity and makes an attempt on Freed's life as commanded
MC intervenes and Giga remembers who he once was.
Close, but I think it went a little like:
>Giga is experimented on
>Something causes the project to be halted and abandoned (Compulsory Evacuation Device)
>Giga, instead of being terminated, is released into the wilds as a brainless beast
>He runs into young Freed, who be remembers fighting, and attacks
>Freed gets the upper hand and is actually winning
>Giga goes berserk and nearly kills Freed
Then MC shows up
Want to weigh in- Pokemon is the shittiest major TCG by far. God Pokemon is the fucking worst, fundamentally the energy system just sucks.
I could see arguments being made for Hearthstone as a better game eventually but right now I just can't see it, card pool is too limited and simple.
Why does everyone in these threads post shitty cards and pretend they're broken as fuck?
Bah, came in to say this one. I recommended that card on the /a/ thread back then and it single handedly won them a few games.
because its fun to watch nostalgiafags suffer that claim that the old days were better, but its always very transparent that they have no idea what they're talking about.
oh shit son when i first got back into the game again i made a deck revolving around that bad boy. Sometimes you don't need an op deck, sometimes you just need to believe in the heart of the cards
No, because the mechanics of traps is that they can't be activated the turn they are set, so it would only stop one attack, set itself, and not be able to be activated again until next turn
fuck yes, you are a quality human being
nothing beats the burn prowess and potential suicidal drawback of Lava Golem in my book
What the fuck is this shit? I remember she had giant tits in the DS game
>Not throwing your hand in the graveyard at some point and rearranging it which isn't against the rules and playing this card.
>its role in the Season 0 movie
I really wish they did that stuff more often than the usual
>CARD X, Y an Z ARE SO OVERPOWERED THAT IT HAS THE POWER TO DESTROY THE WORLD
nice oc konami
Best 2 card combo coming through
also unless it was explained before can someone explain why synchros ruined the game?
>pot of greed is banned tournament side, and limited traditional
>while this card is neither banned or limited on either formats
Not powerful but I used to have 4 or 5 original blue eyes when I was younger and for some reason I thought it would be a cool idea to
rip them up and throw them in the trash
As you can tell, wasn't a good idea
>50$ a pop now
If only I wasn't a retard that liked to destroy things
>can someone explain why synchros ruined the game
They gave you more creativity with deck creation and gave the game a very slight amount of depth. People think this ruined the game because it's different and they don't understand how to make fun decks with it.
You can't rearrange unless it's targeted for an effect.
Cards must be in the order of which they are sent. If they are targeted they are then moved to the very top of the grave.
Because they claim that they made the game way to fast, even though we already had formats before that were just as fast, if not faster.
Its just casuals not understanding the metagame as usual.
gr8 b8 m8
Because you go minus.
Oh shit you got to tribute one more time, when tributing is more and more irrelevant. So many cards shuffle the deck too that it's pointless. That card is shit.
Essentially remember how it took time and in match strategy with small monsters before you were rewarded with a large monster
Now it's auto pilot into big monster in 1/2 turns and they are piled on with ridiculous effects
Why does everyone forget about Nobleman Eater Bug?
I was playing YuGiOh in rl yesterday at my local card shop and I got to use Raigeki again legally for the first time in ten years.
I had monsters, my opponent had monsters, then I top-decked Raigeki and cleared all of his monsters and attacked directly to win in that turn. I felt so fucking dirty.
NO ONE USED GATE GUARDIAN
NO ONE EVER
IT WAS ALWAYS SHIT
THE 3 DJINNS THAT MADE IT UP WERE LESS SHIT THAN FUCKING GATE GUARDIAN.
A SHITTY CRAZY HARD TO SUMMON BEATSTICK WITH NO EFFECT
I've never known anybody who has ever successfully been able to summon Gate Guardian.
Getting Kazejin, Suijin, and Sanga all out is way too hard and if you somehow had one or two of them out for so long, you've probably won the game already.
The only reason I have seen someone putting gate guardian in the deck is for the purpose of using effects that let them equip a normal monster and add the attack (it has some of the highest attack for a normal monster).
And these came many years later