One of the sleeper decks to look out for at nationals will be Gladiator Beast Decks. You see it has the power to adapt to a changing environment and that’s what allows them to stay competitive in any format. There’s a lot of different ways that you can build a Gladiator Beast Deck, and the strongest build will vary depending on the field around you. Since many of the top decks depend on their graveyard and monster effects, GB’s is a great surprise deck to play right now.
I believe the popularity of reborn tengu has something to do with the demise of Gladiator Beasts on the big competitive scene. You see reborn tengu can wipe out any Gladiator Beast weaker than Gladiator Beast Laquari, while making the Gladiator Decks defensive Traps useless.
The best way to address this weakness is to main deck extra monsters with high ATK. Meaning reling READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
Have you ever wanted a card so bad you would do just about anything for it? I mean, you would do things that if you were in your right mind set you would never do. Well I just couldn’t believe what happened at my recent locals.
After the tournament was over, one guy wanted a certain card from someone so much that he jokingly said, “I’ll play you in basketball for it.” To his surprise the person said, READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
Little man and I were very happy to see Leo and Frankie get their first subscription issue of the Shonen Jump Magazine. Since they subscribed about 2 months ago, they are one of the first people to receive the much anticipated synchro card to ever come out. As you see having a subscription does have it benefits.
So the latest YuGIOh card to come in the magazine is called T.G. Hyper Librarian
Level: 5 | Attribute: Dark | Type: Sellcaster/Synchro/Effect AtK/Def: 2400/1800
1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters
While this card is face-up on the field, each time a Synchro Monster(s) is Synchro Summoned, draw 1 card for each.
All I can say about this card is, “Why? Why? Why? Why? and READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
We would like to give a big shout out to one of our younger YuGiOh players, Josh. He’s 11 years old and has been toping at our locals. He has toped 8 and toped 4 multiple times. He’s even won some tournaments too. He beat me, Carlos, just a few weeks ago to get one of the top prizes.
Josh has been playing at our locals for quit some time. He was there before I even started playing. He use to play a blackwing deck before it got major hits from the March 2011 ban list. Now he plays a Machina Gadget deck with super secret Josh tech.
I am amazed that he has not backed down against a lot of older experienced players. He does not just play his cards, he puts in strategy too. Which really shocks me being he’s only 11 years old. People at his age that play this game just READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>