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The True Sp33dn0id

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Tomahawk ABC

Yesterday, 08:58 AM

ohYvdT9.pngSo Darkwurm + Destrudo is a Rank 7 (via OE Meteorburst) without using the normal summon. You Tomahawk into Firewall Dragon, NS the Assault Core under the Firewall and equip Buster Drake. Then Link 2 with one of the remaining Tokens and start looping the Assault Cores with the Firewall effect. It's still rather tricky for me to play, and I haven't managed to make Extra Link yet. I suspect that Extra Link might not be possible without leaving one of the Tokens out and putting a Link Spider up there as the final piece, since obviously once you have all the other pieces in play for Extra Link, you only have 2 zones from which to gather material, so Gaiasaber doesn't work.


Anyway, any questions are welcome, as are any suggestions. Decklist upon request. Also there is an actually infinite loop in this deck which can either deck your opponent out under Maxx C or banish an infinite number of cards from your opponent's side of the field by repeated use of Trigate's second effect. I will explain the loop upon request, it's only a 3 card combo.


13 July 2017 - 03:53 PM

Thousands of Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME (TCG) players traveled to Chicago for a weekend jam-packed with competition, attending the annual Yu-Gi-Oh! North America World Championship Qualifier (WCQ) and Yu-Gi-Oh! North America Dragon Duel WCQ. The best of the best from America and Canada went head to head, duking it out for the title of North America WCQ Champion and Dragon Duel Champion and a place in Japan’s 2017 Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME World Championship this August.
Duelists competed in countless premier-level tournaments this past weekend, as Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. (KONAMI) brought the culmination of an entire year’s worth of competition to the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. And while North America’s greatest gave it everything they had, there could only be two winners: Chester Henson in the Main Event, and Ryan Yu in the Dragon Duel division.
Kentucky’s Henson consistently outplayed the field throughout the weekend, flexing the might of a perfectly-built True Draco Zoodiac Deck. After two days of fierce Dueling in the Main Event, the Finals came down to an electrifying clash between Henson and New York’s Roland Fang. Despite a tremendous effort from Fang and his pure Zoodiac Deck, it was Henson who reigned supreme after a knock-down, drag-out 2-1 Finals Match.
But rivals quickly become teammates!  Henson and Fang will join Top 4 finishers Richard Yam and Kenny Nguyen to represent North America in August’s 2017 Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME World Championship, traveling to Japan in style with complimentary travel and accommodations. While all of the weekend’s Top Cut finishers took home lavish prizes, to the victor go the spoils: newly-minted Champion Henson took home complete sets of Maximum Crisis and Raging Tempest; 72 booster packs; exclusive Championship Game Mats and Card Sleeves; a PlayStation® 4 system; and two copies of the YCS Prize Card Number 93: Utopia Kaiser.
An exclusive Championship Trophy celebrated the achievements of all the Top 8 finishers, and the four Duelists who earned their invitation to Japan will each wear a Personalized Jersey to be awarded at the World Championship – a longstanding tradition reserved for Dueling’s greats.
Not to be outdone, the North America Dragon Duel WCQ showcased some of the world’s most incredible up-and-coming Duelists. Featuring Competitors born in 2004 or later, the youth division Championship demonstrated a stunning level of talent. At the end of the competition it was Ontario, Canada’s Yu who captured the title with his Performapal Magician Deck, narrowly triumphing over Charley Futch III  from Indiana, defeating Futch’s True Draco Zoodiac Deck in the Finals and delivering a performance for the ages.
As the North America Dragon Duel Champion, Yu will travel to the Dragon Duel World Championship next month in Japan. He earned some awesome prizes along the way too: complete sets of Maximum Crisis and Raging Tempest; a PlayStation® 4 system; exclusive Game Mats and Card Sleeves; and a copy of the coveted Number 93: Utopia Kaiser YCS Prize Card. Yu’s victory was celebrated with a Championship Trophy and he’ll wear a Personalized Jersey at the World Championship.
Duelists can now watch episodes of the exciting new Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series, Yu-Gi-Oh VRAINS, available subtitled on Crunchyroll. The series will be simulcast with a new episode available one hour after it is broadcast in Japan, at 6:25AM EST  (Simulcast currently available in the US and Latin America). Watch here: http://www.crunchyro...yu-gi-oh-vrains!
Additionally, Duelists can watch a new episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V every Sunday on Nicktoons – check local listings for times. In addition, all-new Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episodes every Tuesday as well as all of classic Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, and Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s can be seen on www.yugioh.com in the United States. In Canada, Duelists can watch episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-Vevery Friday and Saturday on Teletoon! For more information on KONAMI or the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME, please visit www.yugioh-card.com or call 310-220-8630 to speak directly with a Yu-Gi-Oh! customer support team member.
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Sex trafficking isn't what you think it is - a TEDx talk

10 July 2017 - 07:07 AM


Please watch, I think it's important.

Rainbow Neos Turbo

09 July 2017 - 05:10 PM



The two cards in the extra deck that don't show up properly are Tornado Dragon and Number 41: Baguska, but Tornado is the only xyz I make even semi-regularly. Most duels it's just 1-2 Rainbow Neos.


And yeah, this deck is meant to be turbo as hell.


Constructive criticism welcome. Decklist upon request. I should probably play a Gustav Max for overlaying Rainbow Neoses for game.


Update: -2 Crystal Vanguard for +1 Rainbow Dragon and +1 Polymerization, -1 Utopia Beyond for +1 Gustav Max

Vyon Malacoda

08 July 2017 - 11:25 AM

Pretty much what it says on the tin.



Well Trickstars got confirmed to be high rarity, so I've put those to the back of my deckbuilding shelf. I decided to try to exploit Exa-Beetle. The extra-deck monster whose art hasn't loaded is Tornado Dragon, but it could really be any Rank 4.


Any suggestions? Full written decklist upon request.


Update: -1 Barbar, +1 Mask Change II. -1 Utopia Beyond, -1 Break Sword, +1 Dank Law, +1 Anki.

I wanted to be able to access Dark Law, but I didn't know what to take out of the maindeck for Mask Changes. Decided on II over the OG because of having the flexibility of being able to target anything in my deck, and I really really don't mind a discard. Would consider playing 1 of each if I knew what to take out.


Utopia Beyond was basically useless since so much of the deck relies on detaching Malicious to use again. I put in Anki because I wanted to be able to target Malacoda with Mask Change II, and I so rarely Rank 3 in this deck. Might go down to 2 Dantes, I often don't summon 1 even, haven't yet gone double Dante in testing.