Best Yugioh Deck – Elemental Hero and Yubel

Elemental Heroes and Yubel used together is a strong Yugioh deck! If used right, this deck would be the best Yugioh deck!

I was watching Yugioh GX (I wanted to relieve the old days) and I saw the duel between Jaden with his Elemental Hero deck and Yubel. After watching the duel, it dawned on me: why don’t I create a deck that utilizes Elemental Heros AND Yubel? Elemental Heroes are some of the strongest monsters in Yugioh; at one point, an Elemental Hero deck was regarded as the best Yugioh deck. Yubel on the other hand, is a ridiculously powerful monster; it may have 0 attack points, but Yubel cannot be destroyed by battle and you take no damage when Yubel battles. Most importantly, when Yubel is attacked, it inflicts life point damage to your opponent equal to the attack points of the attacking monster. This deck was not the most conventional, but it was very powerful. Continue reading “Best Yugioh Deck – Elemental Hero and Yubel”

Yugioh Dueling Network

Yugioh Dueling Network is essentially the same the thing as Yugioh Network in the sense that they are both dueling sites. However, Dueling Network is a much superior site: it is faster, the graphics are superior, and its brighter colors make the dueling experience much more interesting. Here are some aspects of Dueling Network that are better/worse than Yugioh Network:

The Good:

Like I mentioned above, Dueling Network has a much better color scheme. Plus, the graphics are better and as a result, you are more inclined to duel. Unlike Yugioh Network, Dueling Network does not have a lot of foreigners, so it’s easier to relay messages to your opponents (who are predominately speak English).

The Bad:

It is so hard to find a duel slot! This is especially true if your rank is higher, as lower ranking opponent’s will try stay clear from your path. The only quick way to find a duel is to host your own, which still takes about five-ten minutes.

I strongly recommend you guys to get an account and when you do, add me as a friend: spanther96. To watch a Dueling Network video, you can either go watch this duel between a Herald deck and a Elemental Hero deck or between a X-Saber deck and a Six Samurai deck.

Yugioh Dueling Network is essentially the same the thing as Yugioh Network in the sense that they are both dueling sites. However, Dueling Network is a much superior site: it is faster, the graphics are superior, and its brighter colors make the dueling experience much more interesting. Here are some aspects of Dueling Network that are better/worse than Yugioh Network:

The Good:

Like I mentioned above, Dueling Network has a much better color scheme. Plus, the graphics are better and as a result, you are more inclined to duel. Unlike Yugioh Network, Dueling Network does not have a lot of foreigners, so it’s easier to relay messages to your opponents (who are predominately speak English).

The Bad:

It is so hard to find a duel slot! This is especially true if your rank is higher, as lower ranking opponent’s will try stay clear from your path. The only quick way to find a duel is to host your own, which still takes about five-ten minutes.

I strongly recommend you guys to get an account and when you do, add me as a friend: spanther96. To watch a Dueling Network video, you can either go watch this duel between a Herald deck and a Elemental Hero deck or between a X-Saber deck and a Six Samurai deck.

Herald of Perfection VS. Elemental Hero

Yes, the guy quit halfway through the duel… but like I said in the video, it didn’t matter because I would have won. With Herald of Perfection and Tethys the Goddess on my field, I would have smashed any combo he created. By discarding one fairy from your hand, Herald of Perfection negates the activation of a trap, spell, or monster effect. I had three fairies at hand, plus I had Tethys on my field: if I drew a fairy monster that turn, she allows me to draw another card. She helps me stack my hand with fairies, allowing Herald of Perfection to constantly negate and destroy my opponent’s card effects. With those monsters already on my field, with a combined attack of 4200 attack points, my opponent would have been fried in two turns at most.

What were your guys reflection on the duel? Could I have utilized Herald better? What were some of the strengths and weaknesses of my Herald of Perfection deck?

Hey guys, I have decided to start posting some duel vidoes on Yugioh Blog that I recorded from a site called Dueling Network. Here is my first duel video; I am using a Herald of Perfection deck. while my foe is using a Elemental Hero deck.

Yes, the guy quit halfway through the duel… but like I said in the video, it didn’t matter because I would have won. With Herald of Perfection and Tethys the Goddess on my field, I would have smashed any combo he created. By discarding one fairy from your hand, Herald of Perfection negates the activation of a trap, spell, or monster effect. I had three fairies at hand, plus I had Tethys on my field: if I drew a fairy monster that turn, she allows me to draw another card. She helps me stack my hand with fairies, allowing Herald of Perfection to constantly negate and destroy my opponent’s card effects. With those monsters already on my field, with a combined attack of 4200 attack points, my opponent would have been fried in two turns at most.

What were your guys reflection on the duel? Could I have utilized Herald better? What were some of the strengths and weaknesses of my Herald of Perfection deck? If you want to duel online as well, go to duelingnetwork.com for a great online dueling experience!

Yugioh Elemental Hero Deck (Kris)

I recently got a deck list from one of my readers, Kris. It’s an Elemental Hero Deck. What do you guys think? Any advice for Kris?

Monsters

E-Hero Sparkman 1

E-Hero Clayman 1

E-Hero Burstrinatrix 1

E-Hero Avian 1

E-Hero Wildheart 1

E-Hero Bubbleman 1

E-Hero Prisma 1

E-Hero Stratos 1

E-Hero Necroshade 1

E-Hero Blade Edge 1

Morphing Jar 1

King of the Swamp 1

Evil Hero Infernal Gainer 1

Evil Hero Infernal Prodigy 1

Evil Hero Malicious Edge 2

Big Piece Golem 2

Spells

Polymerization 2

Miracle Fusion 2

Future Fusion 1

Dark Fusion 2

Dark Calling 3

E-Emergency Call 3

Giant Trunade 1

R-Righteous Justice 2

Traps

Torrential Tribute 1

Mirror Force 1

Scrap Iron Scarecrow 1

Divine Wrath 1

Karma Cut 1

Compulsory Evacuation Device 1

Fusion Deck

E-Hero Flame Wingman 1

E-Hero Thunder Giant 1

E-Hero Necroid Shaman 1

E-Hero Dark Bright 1

E-Hero Wild Edge 1

E-Hero Plasma Vice 1

E-Hero Gaia 1

Evil Hero Lightning Golem 1

Evil Hero Infernal Sniper 1

Evil Hero Dark Gaia 2 (usually 4700 attacking)

Evil Hero Wild Cyclone 1

Evil Hero Infernal Wing 1

Evil Hero Malicious Fiend 1

I recently got a deck list from one of my readers, Kris. It’s an Elemental Hero Deck. What do you guys think? Any advice for Kris?

Monsters

E-Hero Sparkman 1

E-Hero Clayman 1

E-Hero Burstrinatrix 1

E-Hero Avian 1 Continue reading “Yugioh Elemental Hero Deck (Kris)”

Weakest Yugioh Cards

Since we always talk about cards a duelist should have in a deck, why don’t we talk three, popular and legit cards, that you should never have in a deck. Here are three cards that instantly came into my mind, what do you think?

1. Elemental Hero Neo Bubbleman

Okay, first of all you have to go through numerous steps just to bring this weak monster out on the field; you have to remove Elemental Hero Bubbleman from your field and Metamorphosis. E-Hero Bubbleman is a decent card, but Metamorphosis is really good! You’re just throwing it away by playing Neo Bubbleman. Neo Bubbleman has a weak 800 attack points and 1200 defense points. “Maybe its effect is good!” Wrong, if a monster battles with N-Bubbleman it is destroyed at the battle phase. Yes that is a good effect IF you’re foe is actually stupid enough to attack with a strong monster; they will simply destroy N-Bubbleman with a fodder monster. Such a useless card…

2. Strike Ninja

Another joke of a card, Strike Ninja not only removes itself from the field, but takes two other monsters from the graveyard too! It is a helpful card for a D.D. deck, but useless otherwise.

3. Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands

Manju would have been a great monster to play five/six years ago (when ritual monsters were big) but now it’s just a waste of a card. It allows you to put one ritual monster or ritual card to your hand. Yeah, a big help for a population that is completely revolved around synchros…

Since we always talk about cards a duelist should have in a deck, why don’t we talk three, popular and legit cards, that you should never have in a deck. Here are three cards that instantly came into my mind, what do you think?

1. Elemental Hero Neo Bubbleman

Okay, first of all you have to go through numerous steps just to bring this weak monster out on the field; you have to remove Elemental Hero Bubbleman from your field and Metamorphosis. E-Hero Bubbleman is a decent card, but Metamorphosis is really good! You’re just throwing it away by playing Neo Bubbleman. Neo Bubbleman has a weak 800 attack points and 1200 defense points. “Maybe its effect is good!” Wrong, if a monster battles with N-Bubbleman it is destroyed at the battle phase. Yes that is a good effect IF you’re foe is actually stupid enough to attack with a strong monster; they will simply destroy N-Bubbleman with a fodder monster. Such a useless card…

2. Strike Ninja

Another joke of a card, Strike Ninja not only removes itself from the field, but takes two other monsters from the graveyard too! It is a helpful card for a D.D. deck, but useless otherwise.

3. Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands

Manju would have been a great monster to play five/six years ago (when ritual monsters were big) but now it’s just a waste of a card. It allows you to put one ritual monster or ritual card to your hand. Yeah, a big help for a population that is completely revolved around synchros…

Top 15 Strong and Easy to Summon Monsters Part 2

Here is part two of the list:

10. Armed Dragon LV5, 9. Penguin Soldier, 8. Reflect Bounder, 7. Elemental Hero Wildheart, 6. Brionac Dragon of the Ice Barrier

Here is part two of the list:

Yugioh Armed Dragon LV510. Armed Dragon LV5

Armed Dragon is a fabulous card to have in any deck, as long you have Armed Dragon LV3 that is. Compared to its LV7 and LV10, Lv5 may lack in power however simple summoning capabilities make it the best one of the four. All you have to do to summon Armed Dragon LV5 is tribute one monster from your side of the field, or you can tribute A.D. LV3 to special summon LV5 from your deck. As long as you discard a monster with higher attack points than the target, Armed Dragon LV5 can basically destroy any monster your foe has. Plus with its 2400 attack points, Armed Dragon LV5 could clear the field and inflict lots of direct damage to your opponent.

Yugioh Penguin Soldier9. Penguin Soldier

The adorable and cute-looking Penguin Soldier can be a major threat to your opponent. In fact, whenever I play my Yugioh: 7 Trials to Glory video game, I am so paranoid in attacking face-down monsters because I assume that it could be a Penguin Soldier! When Penguin Soldier is flipped, you can return up to two monster cards on the field to the owner’s hand. Penguin Soldier could clear your foe’s field for you to directly attack them. It is such an efficient and easy-to-summon monster.

Yugioh Reflect Bounder8. Reflect Bounder

Reflect Bounder is the monster entity of Magic Cylinder. Not only is it a level four monster (therefore easy to play) but its effect is like a trap card. When attacked, Reflect Bounder “reflects” damage equal to the attack of the attacking monster right back to the opponent. Though Reflect Bounder is destroyed right after using its effect, it can still be a duel-changer. You can think of it like a Magic Cylinder, for its effect is very similar. Plus, with 1700 attack points, Reflect Bounder is also decent in the defensive side as well. A great monster that meshes with any deck.

Yugioh Elemental Hero Wildheart7. Elemental Hero Wildheart

Besides Penguin Soldier, Elemental Hero Wildheart is my favorite monster in Yugioh and for one reason only: it cannot be affected by trap cards. Yep, it can’t be affected, not targeted, affected. If your foe plays a Draining Shield on you or Torrential Tribute, whoops! Elemental Hero Wildheart takes no effect from the traps. Your opponent can only destroy Wildhear by spells (quick spells if it’s your turn), monster effects, or by battle. Let’s face it, monsters are 90% of the time destroyed by traps or by battle. If you equip an Axe of Despair or Malevolent Nuzzler to Wildheart, it’ll be virtually indestructible with 2500/2300 attack points. As soon as a monster is immune to traps, it takes a lot of time to destroy it. That’s why Wildheart, who is one of the few monsters (or the only one) with this ability, is so strong, it had to be high on the list.

Yugioh Brionac Dragon of the Ice Barrier6. Brionac Dragon of the Ice Barrier

Imagine a monster equivalent to a bunch of Penguin Soldiers, the result is Brionac. First of all, Brionac is a synchro monster which means you can either just synchro summon him (which is a simple process) or revive him from the graveyard with a Monster Reborn or a Premature Burial. Brionac has 2300 attack points, making him a strong monster in terms of stats, however I love Brionac because it can basically clear your opponent’s field; literally. You can discard any number of cards to the graveyard to return the same amount of cards on the field to the respective owner’s hand. Plus, you can activate this effect during your foe’s turn as well. He can make the field wide open basically EVERY TURN for direct attacks. What a beast.

The #1 Yugioh Elemental Hero

Elemental Hero Divine Neos isn’t the best Elemental Hero in terms of stats, but it’s awesome effect makes it the best Yugioh Elemental Hero. No Elemental Hero in Yugioh can match it’s power!

I don’t think I will have any objections in this choice, the number one Yugioh Elemental Hero is… Elemental Hero Divine Neos!

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Sure, it might not be your best monster in terms of stats, but it has one of the, if not, the best effect out of all the Elemental Heroes! To play Divine Neos, you must fuse together at least one Neos monster, a Neo spacian, and an Elemental Hero, as well as two other monsters (can only be an Evil Hero, a Destiny Hero, a Elemental Hero, a Neo Spacian, or Elemental Hero Neos). Okay, okay, it sounds hard to play doesn’t it? However, summoning Elemental Hero Divine Neos is worth it.

While Divine Neos is on the field, you can remove from your graveyard one Evil, Destiny, Elemental Heroes, a Neos monster, or a Neo Spacian monster. Elemental Hero Divine Neos gains 500 attack AND that monsters ability. That is crazy. You can remove from play one of those awesomee monsters, and Divine Neos would be amazing! You could give Divine Neos Magma Neos’s effect and it would gain 400 attack points for every card one the field, or you could give Divine Neos Destiny Hero Dogma’s effect and half your opponent’s life points the next turn! Possibilities, possiblities! This is what makes Elemental Hero Divine Neos, hands down, the strongest Elemental Hero!