Elemental Heroes and Yubel used together is a strong Yugioh deck! If used right, this deck would be the best Yugioh deck!
Lava Golem and Number 30: Acid Golem of Destruction both destroy your opponent if they are on your opponent’s side of the field. But, which wreaks more havoc?
It is important to have a strong extra deck and these are some powerful monsters to have in your extra deck.
Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon is the ace card of the main antagonist of Yugioh Zexal, Kaito Tenjo, but is it stronger than Stardust Dragon?
In my last post, I talked about dueling a Odin, Father of the Aesir deck. I uploaded the video of that duel onto Youtube and I thought I’d show it to you guys!
As you can see, Odin Father of the Aesir is a very difficult monster to bring down when it is played. The only way to beat it is to negate its summoning! I made some conservative moves that lost me the game as well…
In the show, the Aesir monsters Loki, Thor, and Odin were ridiculously powerful, as they almost defeated Yusei! How powerful would a deck of these monsters be?
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:
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).
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.
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?
Ever since I first heard about the online dueling site, I have been a frequent duelist on Yugioh Network. I have dueled with my powerful Infernity-World deck, experimented with an Alien deck, and am currently experimenting with a Spell Counter deck. Though all of these decks have been very successful, with the Spell Counter surprisingly doing the best, there is still one, classic deck that I have still not been able to overcome: an Exodia deck.
I know it’s not abstruse as to why I am constantly losing against an Exodia deck as Alien and Spell Counter decks are slow, while a solid Exodia deck can be very fast. Even my fast Infernity-World deck was unexpectedly taken down in five turns by my friend’s Exodia deck, after some lucky plays. You might think, “Dude, just mill his deck!” That’s easier said than done since good Exodia decks usually carry an Exodia Necross, or even worse, an Exodius the Ultimate Forbidden Lord. Exodia Necross is very hard to destroy while Exodius (with good protection) can be lethal!
Every deck, no matter how strong it is, has a weakness. It is a lesson all duelists learn the hard way. Just because I haven’t been able to beat a good Exodia deck doesn’t other people haven’t either. Thus, I ask you my readers, show me your accumen: what type of deck do I need to create to defeat a solid Exodia deck?
A couple of weeks ago, Konami came with Over the Nexus, another installment to the renowned Yugioh World Championship video game series. Just like the two previous World Championship games, Stardust Accelerator and Reverse of Arcadia, Over the Nexus has a campaign mode following a certain storyline. Though I have not yet played the game, I have read about online and it is supposed to have (by far) the longest storyline compared to previous games and Over the Nexus apparently has some cards from the upcoming Extreme Victory pack as well!
Just like the last two World Championship games, Over the Nexus allows players to select and duel duelists from the series, friends, and people around the world not just in a regular format, but through turbo racing as well! I believe the game is also out for the Nintendo 3DS, which will make the dueling experience even more riveting! In terms of the storyline, the game follows a young duelists path form being a low-life in Crash Town, to becoming a big-shot duelist in the WGRP tournament. Along the way, the duelist encounters Team Satisfaction, saves Crash Town from being ruled by Lawton, and has to fight Team New World and ultimately ZONE to save the world. It’s a great story mode and the best part is that it is a very lengthy one!
It was recently my birthday and I got a $25 Best Buy gift card. After reading this, I guess you know how I am going to be using that card…