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    more concerned with his rims and his timbs than his women
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  1. arg

    Really wish I had a car to come to this, getting out to Springfield is pretty impractical for me as it stands
  2. http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/products/bp-deso.html Includes the new Destiny HERO's which are kinda cool but more importantly the new Darklords So once we have this and the DDD structure deck in January we should be just about caught up to the OCG in non-core-set cardpools right?
  3. The cuddles was by far the best filter dg has ever had
  4. I updated the title of this thread to more accurately reflect what the current iteration of this deck is/does, if anyone is super concerned I can update the OP with the new relevant cards when I have time It's absolutely ridiculous how viable this deck still is even after having entire engines outright banned though
  5. Are people looking to discuss the current TCG version of the deck? I haven't been paying super close attention but it seemed like this thread was strictly post-Lamia discussion That said I've tried a couple games with the current TCG builds that are more focused on the Ragnarok/Thomas plays and they're neat enough so I wouldn't mind moving it if people wanted to discuss the deck.
  6. Bumping this thread because my fascination with Gishki will never cease apparently. 3 Gishki Abyss 3 Gishki Vision 3 Gishki Shadow 3 Gishki Beast 3 Evigishki Zielgigas 2 Beautunaful Princess 2 Maxx "C" 2 Effect Veiler 1 Deep Sea Diva 3 Gishki Aquamirror 3 Salvage 3 Instant Fusion 2 Twin Twister 2 Pot of Desires 1 One for One 1 Soul Charge 1 Upstart Goblin 1 Vanity's Emptiness 1 Treacherous Trap Hole 1 Elder Entity Norden 1 Herald of the Arc Light 1 Coral Dragon 1 Daigusto Phoenix 1 Sky Cavalry Centaurea 2 Treatoad 1 Bahamut Shark 1 Traptrix Rafflesia 1 Number 39: Utopia 1 Number S39: Utopia the Lightning 1 Castel, the Skyblaster Musketeer 1 Abyss Dweller 1 Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Gustav Max 1 Number 81: Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Super Dora As if Ziel wasn't a good enough win condition this deck can fall back on Bahamut->Toad now, bonus points because Ziel himself is randomly Aqua-type and therefore negation fodder for Treatoad. Diva is also super cool now because going into Herald of the Arc Light can actively advance the deck, whereas before it was just tutoring the worst monster in the deck to the worst place for it to be. Centaurea could/possibly should be Trishula for random plays with Soul Charge/Norden/One for One into Effect Veiler, I just felt more comfortable having something to do with 2 Abyss on board (though 2 Abyss on board probably means having enough resources to OTK regardless).
  7. Metalfoes win both events, kinda cool to see a brand new deck (and one that I wouldn't really call blatantly overpowered or poorly designed) beat out the expected dominant deck I think the Blue-Eyes player at the UDS made a mistake scooping game 1 though, he really had the nuts and should've set Ancients or something, then if Furman popped his Emptiness and messed up the OTK he could punish him, or if he chose to play it safe and just beat with Goldriver he gets a couple turns to draw into Twin Twister.
  8. First premiere events of the new list, figured they deserved a discussion thread even if we just jam it all into one place. Featured decks so far have been pretty unsurprising, lots of Blue-Eyes with a handful of Metalfoes, some watered-down Monarch and Performapal decks, and BAPK (with Gofu in the case of Alex Vansant).
  9. I mean I'd agree if we were talking about some watered-down version of the odd-eyes/pal/dracoslayer/magician decks with bunbuku and kirin splashed from last format, but these decks have been legitimately 16 Majespecters with the full suite of spells and traps and majesty's pegasus which seems more akin to Metalfoes which rightly have a separate discussion
  10. hope leads to pinsirs
  11. I'm seeing this deck pop up here and there in regionals top cuts, is it worth opening the thread back up for discussion? An entire archetype that can't be targeted or destroyed by card effects and also has unique access to Totem Bird and Chidori seems pretty cool
  12. My understanding is that Twin Burst is played in builds that side Electric Virus and/or Victoria for the mirror, it seems pretty situational otherwise
  13. And Sage enables drawing into broken limited cards by thinning the deck and letting you run more draw cards without needing excessive shitty targets for those draw cards, i don't get why you're arguing as if Sage is antithetical to what you want and then in the same breath express its synergy It almost sounds like you just threw a dart at a wall of "good ygo cards" to see if you could sound superior by calling it bad
  14. Wasn't Alistar the one who would go around online actively hyping terrible cards and shitting on good ones because he believed he was so influential he would actually convince everyone else to play bad decks and make his run at events easier? I remember it happening with Plants and Rabbit too not just Mermails
  15. You'll probably have more fun if you can cough up $30 and buy 3 monarch structure decks. It's pretty underpowered now that all the best cards got limited but at least the cards do relevant enough things that a good hand can still compete with what everyone else will be playing.