The Number One Deck In Yu-Gi-Oh

The Number one Yu-Gi-Oh deck in the world is the Dark Emperor. Why? Because the Dark Emperor Deck has a variety of combos and strategies that could destroy your foe in like two turns. It revolves around removing your monsters from play and swarming them back on the field.

This deck is the number one deck in Yu-Gi-Oh for many reasons. Mainly for its large variety of combos and for it’s unique offensive capabilities. The number one deck in Yu-Gi-Oh is… the Dark Emperor Deck!

Yu-Gi-Oh-Dark-EmperorThe Dark Emperor deck has some of the best combos in all of Yugioh! Its premier card is Ciaus, The Shadow Monarch. This deck revolves around removing cards from play and swarming them back on the field. However, with cards like D.D. Dynamite and Gren Maju De Eiza, removing cards from play causes tons of havoc for your opponent as well. What I love about this deck is that it’s so structured. This deck has only one major weakness, cards like Imperial Iron Wall, and has a few minor weaknesses however, this deck is so balanced and versatile, those weak spots are hard to find.

A great combo in this deck is the Macro Cosmos-Soul Release combo. With Soul Release, you could remove from play, 5 cards from each players graves.  Then with Macro Cosmos, all cards that would be sent to the graveyard are removed from play instead. This includes spells and traps.  Then if you Gren Maju De Eiza on the field, (he gains 400 attack for each of your out-of-play cards) his attack would be at least 2000 due to Soul Release, but it would be much higher when you add a a Macro Cosmos. So one of your monsters has like, 4000 plus attack and defense points. To make matters worse for your foe, if you activate D.D. Dynamite, for every one of your foe’s cards that have removed from play, they lose 300 life points! That would be a lot of damage.

Before I end my post, I want to note that this list is made up of decks you can buy in stores, not home made decks. If this was the Top 5 Home-Made Decks in Yugioh, number one would be the TeleDAD deck. Anyways, I hope that some of you will buy one of these decks for the sake of improving your own decks.

Yugioh Structure Decks

Yugioh Structure Decks help teach great combos to any duelist. Very helpful deck(s).

Many duelists like to make decks out of their rare cards. They see which monsters, spells, and traps are fit to be in their deck. That is how I created my deck as well. However, when you first start playing Yugioh, creating your deck is not a good idea. Type Structure decks provide young duelists a starting deck in which they can build on as they gain experience with cards of their choice.

Currently, there are 14 structure decks in the U.S. For beginner duelists, buying a structure deck is a good way to start your dueling career. Not only do the 14 structure decks teach basic combos, they also show young duelists how to win in a clutch situation.

One of my favorite structure decks is the Dark Emperor deck. This deck has very good combos and makes it easy to play high level monsters. For example, by activating Dimensional Fissure, any destroyed card goes out of play instead of the graveyard. After a few turns there will be many monsters out of play. Then by activating Return from a Different Dimension, you can special summon as many monsters as you can from out of play. You can tribute some of those monsters to play a stronger monster or attack with all of them.

It doesn’t matter what structure deck you buy, it is sure to help you. I learned many key strategies from decks like Invincible Fortress and Warriors Triumph. I guarantee that anybody will improve as a duelist by using structure decks.

Positive: Teaches basic and advanced combos; strategies.

Negative: Not many powerful monsters, not tournament caliber decks.

Deck(s) Rating: 9/10