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vla1ne last won the day on October 17 2019

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    this as well http://kperovic.com/metagame/yugioh4092.html?tabid=33&ArticleId=10624 it's a statement from upperdeck entertainment about konami's action is court. and honestly, i'm starting to wonder what the game would have been like if they'd actually kept the rights.
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  1. we have a dedicated resonator player at my locals, i can almost hear his joyous screaming in my head. aside from that, the trap is gonna get put in a lot of places that it probably shouldn't come april 1st, and the spell is a great combination with resonator call. There are gonna be some beautifully horrifying combos in the future with these, i just know it. the monsters are both as solid as any deck could really ask for as well imo. The fiend is a grave type lonefire for dark dragon synchros, and the resonator fixes the overreliance on normal summons, while gaining you advantage as you're staring out your plays, as it plus any level 4 is a free red rising, which is a guaranteed level 8 through 12 synchro summon on the ladder, so long as you don't get negated.
  2. that is... pretty good honestly. it combos well enough with the lilith play, and in paleo/heiratic, it can recur a lot of good advantage cards fast thanks to traptrick being a thing.
  3. merry christmas to all, and to all, a good night.

  4. Personally, I think this one is best used in a synchro stun build. With some decent backrow, this thing can present itself as the primary threat while the backrow helps break that illusion as the duel goes on. That way you can force your opponent to commit through all your backrow instead of having to waste the effect on petty cards.
  5. The art on these cards is absolutely amazing. They will likely jump into meta mixing with atlantean/mermails, but even if not, i want them all for the art alone. they might even mix well with marincess, and knowing the waifu tax, somebody is gonna mix them right in with mermail and try to take a tournament.
  6. Every deck can run it, but rokkets get the most out of it. as it should be.Tthis thing is gonna do a hell of a lot of damage if it doesn't get stopped on summon.
  7. it removes itself from the field to use its' effect so it frees up extra monster zone when dropped. It also sometimes solves the "too many tuners" problem that synchro decks sometimes have. plant synchro, stardust.deck, resonator synchro builds,buster blader, chrystron decks, so many decks get so much stronger with this acting as their boss monster. Funny enough, buster blader might be able to abuse this card.
  8. The rocks have always been dragons. remember that one monster that grows with every rock you banish for the cost? and block dragon? and various others. That said, going by the art, the rocks are going to have one or two amazing cards, and the rest will be horrible. The plants will likely do more plant things, and assuming thy have any levl of competence, they will tip something over to the banlist at one point or another. The zombie looks pretty badass, but i think it'll be another mayakashi flop. konami seems to want to avoid making zombies any stronger lately, and i really cannot blame them. Zombie type has some of the best support in the game, bar dragons, plants, and maybe spellcasters.
  9. Yeah, that's the bad part. the restriction makes some sense, seeing as the card would be a draw 2 otherwise, but if that were the only goal, i'd definitely say capture mission is the clearer choice, since kaijus at least act as threat removal.
  10. Topped my locals yesterday  and pulled a kitchen dragonmaid from the prize packs. As happy as i am about that, Why the hell is kitchen maid pushing 45 dollars?

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    2. ~British Soul~

      ~British Soul~

      Waifu tax and the fact that she is short printed as well.

    3. Rayfield Shade

      Rayfield Shade

      Waifu tax, hahahaha, I'll add that to my vocabulary

    4. Ryusei the Morning Star

      Ryusei the Morning Star

      Dragonmaids won a pretty big tournament in OCG, it's not all bad vla1ne


  11. From what i can tell, this card actually has that potential. Assuming you're facing a deck that ladders, plopping this on the first monster they summon is pretty much a guaranteed draw. Should you do it? Not really, but you can. This card really does things backwards in terms of viability. if the draw came alongside the buff, then no matter the buff, it would likely see use, but since you have to give the buff first, The draw becomes more work than you'd want to be relying on.
  12. hope sakurai buffs robins run speed next. That or cut the lag for arcfire.

    1. Ryusei the Morning Star

      Ryusei the Morning Star

      I asked for ridley speed buffs first, get in line lol

  13. This is one of those cards that is going to help completely warp the meta when it arrives. as far as uses, buster blader will definitely use it, synchro decks are all likely crying in joy right now, as far as meta uses, there are still any number of insane combos that were impossible in the TCG due to lacking needlefiber, but the real scary part is that danger!, orchust. and needlefiber are going to be together in the meta of the TCG. There are any number of combos that really haven't been explored, and on top of that, carrier, predaplant link, and the bujin link are all coming along with it. all hell is about to break loose, and personally, i think that's what the meta may need.
  14. Not worth it, melodious wouldn't be able to utilize it well enough as this link locks you into melodious if you want to take full advantage of it. the deck is better off just abusing floodgates and strong backrow. There are very few notable threats to the standard aria/elegy lock, good backrow is all you should need to handle just about anything that's not a kaiju or sphere mode in melodious.
  15. I love the melodious link so much. it's extraordinarily easy to drop on board, as a hell of a lot of the melodious monsters can summon themselves pretty easily. The armades effect is further protection on monsters that already have more shielding than Riesbyfe Stridberg. The most important bit though, is that it can build a hell of a board hella fast. You can either set up a massive shield (aria/elegy), or build an offensive board while restoring your resources(Lv6maestro/Lv4fuser monster). it does what it needs to, and nothing more. and i'm 100% ok with that.
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