The Winner Of The Second Yu-Gi-Oh Contest

The finale of my Yugioh Contest. Both finalists, Riley and CBas, had very strong Yugioh card combos. However, in the end, CBas had the stronger Yugioh card combo. Still, congratulations!

Hi guys, after two weeks of waiting, contest entrants sent me seven combos, and most were very strong. It was extremely difficult for me to decide which was the strongest combo, but I had to make a decision sooner or later. Now I have my winner. Once I present the top two combos sent, I will announce the victor.

Combo #1 – CBas:

You need: X1 Scapegoat, X1 Cannon Soldier, X1 Jam Breeding Machine, X1 Gravity Bind, and X1 Lava Golem.

First, you would have to set down Gravity Bind and activate it during your opponents turn along with Scapegoat. When it’s your turn, you will need to summon Cannon Soldier then tribute Scapegoat for a fast 2000 direct damage. Next, play Lava Golem. Lava Golem goes to your foe’s side of the field and deals them 1000 points of direct damage. Lava Golem would not be able to attack due to Gravity Bind. To end this turn play Jam Breeding Machine. Though you cannot normal, flip, or special summon a monster while this card is active, Jam Breeding Machine produces a Slime Token every turn. Due to Cannon Soldier, you can tribute the Slime Token for 500 direct damage. With Lava Golem and the Slime Token, your foe loses 1500 life points every turn!

Combo #2 – Riley:

You need: X1 Batteryman Charger, X2 Batteryman AA (change to Riley’s combo), X1 Short Circuit, X1 Batteryman Micro Cell, Battery Charger, and X1 Double Summon

First, you summon Batteryman Micro Cell in face down defense position then on your next turn, flip summon Micro Cell to summon Batteryman AA. Then activate Double Summon in order to summon Batteryman Charger. Next, play Battery Charger and play another Batteryman AA. Both Batteryman AA’s will have 2000 attack points and Batteryman Charger will have 2400 attack, possibly 2700  if Batteryman Micro Cell is still on the field. Next, activate Short Circuit. This destroys all of your foe’s cards due to the fact your controlling three Batteryman cards. Lastly, attack with all three Batterymen to deal over 6000 damage to your foe!

It was very tough to determine the winner, but I chose CBas’ combo as the winner! Congratulations CBas, and kudos to you as well Riley for your combo was just as good. Though your combo does do 6000 damage Riley, CBas’ would keep on dealing 1500 damage every turn, and that damage would be difficult to stop. Riley your monsters could be easily destroyed if your foe plays Raigeki, same to CBas as well. However, CBas still has Lava Golem on his foe’s side of the field, dealing 1000 direct damage every turn. Still, great job to both of you, you both have very impressive combos. CBas, on this post, tell me if you want a Dragon Master Knight, or an Enishi, Shien’s Chancellor monster card.

Well thank you contestants, for making this contest so exciting! I hope you all will enter the next contest which will be coming soon. Once again, congratulations!

6 thoughts on “The Winner Of The Second Yu-Gi-Oh Contest”

  1. congrats CBas. no arguments from me, that was the best combo submitted.

    I wish I had seen Riley’s sooner though. there’s an easy way to improve that. using that turn’s normal summon, you summon a second batteryman AA, then with double summon, you tribute batteryman AA to summon batteryman charger, and using batteryman charger’s effect, summon your third batteryman AA, then use battery charger to revive the batteryman AA you tributed. so you have 3 batteryman AA, a batteryman charger, and a possible batteryman micro-cell. for a grand total of either 12100 or 11700.

    Still, I think Cbas’s was better simply because it uses less cards which is better for combos.

  2. hey that was the better one but i wish i could’ve won…lol but its all good…lol
    when is the next contest??

  3. LOL. So i fount this site looking for blogs. I wanted to comment on this thing plus i have a few ?s.
    First can u sign up for this blogging site?

    Now i like the combo that won. But from what i gather u can only tribute one monster at a time with its effect. Therefore not being able to deal 2000 direct damage at the time. Now i could be wrong. If i am sorry.
    Second Lava golem would not be that easy to get on ur opponents side of the field as stated.
    Now i still love it. And think it was the best out of the others. I would love to duel u CBas. I wish i fount this site thoug i would have given one of my Zombie Combos or one of my Plant Combos or on of my Earthbound Combos. Cant wait tell the next one.

  4. The most broken combo ever:

    Play valhalla hall of the fallen. Special summon darklord asmodeus. Use darklord asmodeus’ effect to send 2-3 athenas and possibly a superbia to the graveyard.

    AFter ur grave has been setup, if u still don’t have superbia in ur grave, activate card destruction or trade-in to bring another superbia or athena into the grave. Set call of the haunted.

    Opponent’s turn: Call of the haunted to revive superbia, superbia’s effect revive athena. Athena’s effect: Send superbia to grave, then target him again for revival. -600 LP. Superbia revives another athena from grave due to effect. -600 LP. Second athena’s effect: Send superbia to grave, then target him again for revival: -1200 LP. Superbia revives a THIRD athena. -1200 LP. THIRD athena eff: send superbia to grave, then target him for revival again: -1800 LP. Superbia’s effect revives a fairy from graveyard, preferably archlord kristya but darklord zerato or honest or something else is fine. -1800 LP.

    This can be done second turn if u open with card destruction or multiple copies of trade-in. With a grave setup and just 1 call of the haunted and 1 monster (darklord asmodeus for grave setup), you just dealt 7200 burn damage w/o attacking at all, u have 5 2600+ atk fairies on the field, and ur opponent can’t even special summon! If u revived darklord zerato, u can discard a dark monster from ur hand to clear ur opponent’s field!

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