2010 has come to an end! Before I start with the post, I wish everyone a happy new year and I hope you guys had a great holiday!
Statistically, 2010 was a gargantuan year for Yugiohblog. I had 212,000 visits this year, almost four times as much as the 68,000 I received throughout 2009. Just like I did in last year’s New Year’s Eve, I want to take everyone down memory lane and see what five posts were the most popular in 2010:
This was the first and most popular ‘VS.’ post in Yugiohblog. I compared to monsters, Dark Armed Dragon and Judgement (based on power, deck compatibility, artwork, etc…) and selected which one was strongest of the two.
The longest set of posts I’ve ever written, Top 15 Strong and Easy Monsters to summon looked 15 monsters that were not only helpful to many decks, but that could be brought out with ease as well. Tribe Infecting Virus was the number one on this list.
Overall, these three posts combined for a whopping 300 comments! Top 5 Monster Archetypes was about what the name suggests: the five most lethal and deadly monster archetypes in Yugioh. The X-Saber archetypes was number one on this list.
This post may not have gotten as many comments compared to part 1 and 3 of the Top 5 Monster Archetypes but, it is at number two because it is ranked at #4 in the top content page in my stats tracker. Strongest Yugioh Monster Card looked at monsters who not only had great effects, but great stats as well. I concluded that while Yubel TUN was the strongest monster in Yugioh effect-wise, Five Headed Dragon was the strongest in terms of “overall package.”
Not only was this post the most-commented post of 2010, it was the controversial as well (wink, wink). This post was about cards I thought would be a big help to any type of duelist, advanced or beginner. However, choices such as Rush Recklessly and Poison of the Old Man made this post infamous!