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  1. Yes, you heard that right folks. Konami made a Dragon Maid archetype.

    While the archetype has no relations with another certain anime based on a certain series, the creator of said series has expressed his interest and blessing to Konami about this archetype.


    Dragon maids in YGO! I want to create a deck with them!
    Now, onto the actual archetype itself. Dragon Maid is a Dragon type, multi-attribute deck that focuses on graveyard manipulation and hand control. As a bonus, it also function as a Fusion deck due to its boss monster being fusion, and the larger Dragon Maids being immune to effect destruction as long as the player control a fusion.

    Core Maids:


    Dragon Maid Nasary

    Level 2 EARTH Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 500
    DEF 1600
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (2)nd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can target 1 Level 4 or lower “Dragon Maid” monster in your GY; Special Summon it.
    (2) At the start of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 7 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand or GY.


    Dragon Maid Laudry
    Level 2 WATER Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 500
    DEF 1600
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (2)nd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can send the top 3 cards of your Deck to the GY.
    (2) At the start of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 7 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand or GY.


    Dragon Maid Tillroo
    Level 3 FIRE Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 500
    DEF 1700
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (2)nd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can add 1 “Dragon Maid” monster from your Deck to your hand, except “Dragon Maid Tillroo”, then send 1 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand to the GY.
    (2) At the start of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 8 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand or GY.


    Dragon Maid Parla
    Level 3 WIND Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 500
    DEF 1700
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (2)nd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can send 1 “Dragon Maid” card from your Deck to the GY, except “Dragon Maid Parla”.
    (2) At the start of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 8 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand or GY.


    Dragon Maid Hauskee
    Level 9 LIGHT Dragon Fusion Effect Monster
    ATK 3000
    DEF 2000
    Fusion Materials: 1 “Dragon Maid” monster + 1 Dragon monster
    (1) Once per turn, during the Standby Phase: You can target 1 other “Dragon Maid” monster you control; Special Summon, in Defense Position, 1 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand or GY whose Level is either 1 higher or 1 lower than that monster’s.
    (2) When another face-up Dragon monster you control is returned to the hand: You can target 1 monster your opponent controls; destroy that monster.

    Larger Dragon Forms:
    https://ygorganization.com/aozoranorhapsody/


    Dragon Maid Erde
    Level 7 EARTH Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 2600
    DEF 1600
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (3)rd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) (Quick Effect): You can discard this card; Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand.
    (2) While you control a Fusion Monster, this card cannot be destroyed by card effects.
    (3) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 2 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand.

    Dragon Maid Fluss
    Level 7 WATER Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 2600
    DEF 1600
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (3)rd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) You can discard this card, then target 1 monster in the GY; return that monster to the Deck.
    (2) While you control a Fusion Monster, this card cannot be destroyed by effects.
    (3) At the end of the Batle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 2 “Dragon Maid” from your hand.

    Dragon Maid Flamme
    Level 8 FIRE Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 2700
    DEF 1700
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (3)rd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) (Quick Effect): You can discard this card, then target 1 “Dragon Maid” monster you control; it gains 2000 ATK until the end of the turn.
    (2) While you control a Fusion Monster, this card cannot be destroyed by card effects.
    (3) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 3 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand.

    Dragon Maid Luft
    Level 8 WIND Dragon Effect Monster
    ATK 2700
    DEF 1700
    You can use each effect among the (1)st and (3)rd effects with this card’s name only once per turn.
    (1) You can discard this card, then target 1 face-up monster on the field; for the rest of the turn, that target cannot activate its effects that activate on the field.
    (2) While you control a Fusion Monster, this card cannot be destroyed by card effects.
    (3) At the end of the Battle Phase: You can return this card to the hand, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Level 3 “Dragon Maid” monster from your hand.

    And that's part I of my overview of the Dragon Maid archetype. Btw, the archetype was announced by konami in mid june of 2019.

    https://ygorganization.com/whowantedadragonmaidthemethismuch/
  2. The Yu-Gi-Oh! meta-game is ever expanding. A lot of changes can happen within a year, or even months. Today, we're going to look at the current top tier decks of Yu-Gi-Oh!

    1). SKY STRIKER



    Sky Strikers are a relatively new archetype. It is composed of many spell support. These Sky Striker Spells gain extra abilities when there are 3 or more Spell cards in your GY. In fact, the deck rarely needs to use other monsters in the main deck. The lack of need for main deck monsters give this deck the ability to use more "hand-traps" to control your opponent. The deck is fairly versatile, and can have decent match-ups against essentially any decks in the meta at the moment.

    2). ORCUST FT. Phantom Knights



    Orcust is an Dark, Machine archetype that heavily relies on the GY. When the archetype was first release in the game, it was not very good. However, with the release of several support cards, such as Dingirsu, the Orcust of the Evening Star, and The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardiche, as well as Orcust Knightmare, the deck now has access to a super consistent combo that can end with a powerful control board. While the deck isn't too overpowered, it can become overwhelming with the right set-up.

    3). SALAMANGREAT



    It has been a few years since the last time a Fire Attributed deck became meta. Salamangreats are what their name implies. They're a resilient, powerful, combo-heavy deck. Unlike Orcust though, Salamangreats have even more powerful recovery plays. They can recycle their Spells and Traps from the GY. Many of their monsters can special summon themselves from the GY as well. The recursion this deck has is insane. It is something that even Sky Strikers have problem dealing with.



  3. Our boy Yusaku is a l33t hacker. :^)



  4. Further Information

    Look at those distinctive Link Markers! Use these Markers to develop brand new strategies!
    It goes into your Extra Deck!

    There are 2 ways of Link Summoning!!
    >>Send Materials to the Grave Equal to the Link Number!
    >You can Link Summon something from your Extra Deck by sending the same number of monsters that meet the material requirements written in the card’s effect box, whose total numbers equal to the LINK number, from the field to the Graveyard
    >>Decrease Materials by Using Link Monsters
    >Link Monsters are treated as the same number of materials as its LINK Number, however to use them you must match the requirements written on the card!

    IN THE CASE OF “DECODE TALKER”
    You can either
    -Use 3 Effect Monsters
    or
    -Use 1 Link 2 Effect monster and 1 Effect Monster

    Pay Attention to the Direction of the Link Markers!
    >The Zones pointed to by each Link Marker and the cards in them will be affected by the Link Monster, and this will create new strategies!

    They have no defense…!!!
    Link monsters have no defense points and they have the special characteristics of being unable to change their battle positions or turning to defense position by effects.

  5. Six months ago, Yugi defeated Atem and proved himself to be able to take care of himself. With that in mind, the Pharaoh could finally return to the afterlife. In the present day, Yugi and the gang's lives has returned to normal. However, those who were involved with the Pharaoh still find themselves unable to let go of his memories. This is the story of Yugi and (mostly) Kaiba's attempt to come to terms with the Pharaoh's parting from the world. While this is going on, another character, Aigami, had his own agenda with Yugi and Kaiba.


    This movie is everything a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! would want. It has Dragons, Fruit, Witty One-Liners, Kaiba sass, and even the return of an Egyptian God. If you're a fan of the original series, this movie is definitely a good final end to the epic story.

    I give this movie a 8.5/10. Totally worth the 10 dollars to go see. Also as a gift to those who want to watch it in theater, they're giving out an exclusive Obelisk the Tormentor Promo:







  6. Her name is Myuri, and is the daughter of Holo and Lawrence. Her looks definitely changed after the last official artwork. The Novel will be released on September 10th 2016 in Japan.

  7. Only four changes for the OCG List!

    Semi-Limited to Unlimited:
    Super Rejuvenation

    Limited to Semi-Limited:
    Wall of Revealing Light
    Thousand-Eyes Restrict
    Sangan

    Konami TCG suck ass.
  8. With the release of the new set, Shining Victories, fans were more than excited about the new Blue-Eyes support. Reports from the OCG states that the Blue-Eyes deck was quite strong and that it is strong enough to compete with decks such as Monarchs, Burning Abyss and Draco-Pals/Pendulum decks. However, we have yet to see a good Blue-Eyes White Dragon list in the TCG. Why is that?


    The following are my personal opinions on why our Blue-Eyes decks are not as strong as the OCG's.

    1). The OCG meta does not include Kozmos

    Kozmos are a TCG archetype. This deck is fairly strong, and is able to OTK fairly fast. In the TCG, many decks do not have the power to compete with this deck. Even other Meta decks (Monarchs, Burning Abyss, and Pendulums) pales in comparison to it. With the release of Shining Victories, Kozmos have gotten even more support, such as Kozmo Dark Lady and Kozmo Dark Planet. The deck is currently at its peak potential.


    2). The TCG does not have access Blue-Eyes Alternative Dragon

    One of the cards that make the deck is the Blue-Eyes Alternative Dragon. It essentially is another more easily summoned Blue-Eyes White Dragon with the ability to destroy a monster on field. The card is crucial in the deck. Without it, is possibly one of the biggest reason why the deck isn't topping in the TCG.



    3). The TCG does not have access to the new Revival of the Great Divine Dragon Structure Deck

    Although this structure deck is not meant to support the Blue-Eyes archetype. The card called Gospel of Revival is fairly important in the deck. As almost 100% of all the Blue-Eyes decks in the OCG play it. It certainly is a great card.




  9. Pot of Greed is one of the most iconic Yu-Gi-Oh! card ever made. However, it is also one of the most mysterious and unknown card in Yu-Gi-Oh! Many players only heard legends of this great card, and thus do not know what it does.

    http://orig13.deviantart.net/26e2/f/2015/012/f/9/pot_of_greed__anime__by_yugiohfreakster-d7mxdnw.jpg
    Even as an experienced Yu-Gi-Man player, the mystery of Pot of Greed puzzles me as well. I asked several people across the internet, but they, like myself, are also fairly clueless about this card. When I attempted to ask a judge about what Pot of Greed does, he just looked at me and walked way. I think I must dig deeper. But for the time being, we will probably never figure out of Pot of Greed actually does.

  10. Shining Victories is a Yu-Gi-Oh! set that is highly anticipated by the Yu-Gi-Oh! community. The main hype comes from the fact that Konami is now providing the Blue-Eyes archetype with more legacy support. The iconic dragon is now able to compete with other meta decks in the format such as Burning Abyss, Kozmos, Monarchs, and Performapals. Seeing Blue-Eyes being played at tables in large events will be amazing.



    And that's not all. Not only is the Blue-Eyes archetype getting support, but decks like Kozmos, Raidraptors, Blackwings, and even Red Dragon Archfiend are getting support as well. This set also continue the trend of releasing a new powerful hand trap. Like Yuki Usagi/Ghost Ogre and Snow Rabbit before her, Fuya Sakura/Ghost Reaper and Winter Cherries will also become a meta staple against powerful decks such as the Burning Abyss or any decks that depends on the Extra Deck to win. Anti-Pendulum cards such as Unwavering Bounds will also be released in this set to balance the meta (not that Konami didn't curbstomp Pendulum decks enough already).


    And these are just a couple of cool things that will be coming soon with the release of Shining Victories. I'll probably make another blog about it soon. Thanks for reading.


  11. These cards are extremely powerful. This furthers the idea of Blue-Eyes supremacy.
  12. I'm pretty sure most people are familar with the whole #WTFU controversy going around Youtube. It is pretty ridiculous honestly. The fact that someone/anyone could file a complaint form on your video and take it down is pretty frightening. They honestly don't even need much to take down something that the user worked on. This is the WORST with Japanese companies, though. They honestly don't understand what fair use is. I'm not going to post some big ass channel as an example, but I'll use Creep's video.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KX-jUD7B18[/YOUTUBE]

    He had permission to use all contents in his video. However, some asshole still filed a complaint.

    Now it gets worse ... Some asshole Japanese company attempted to take down Dueling Network and forced them to remove all the pictures of the cards on the website. DN does not make profit off the cards, and basically only get money from donations. You know what the worst thing about this is? The Konami that filed the complaint WASN'T EVEN KONAMI.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xtrEVXS1-Y[/YOUTUBE]

    Now the question is ... Will they go after YGOPro and DevPro after they hit DN? Who knows?

  13. KISARA REBORN!


    Will this card be the card that Kaiba will defeat Yugi with? We'll find out, in the movie.
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