Yu-Gi-Oh!, as you probably know, is a fairly big thing. Released in 1996, the monster-battling Japanese TCG essentially took the world by storm upon its release, and has been ranked by the Guinness World Book of Records as the world’s biggest-selling card game. The manga off which it is based is written isn’t too bad. There’s also an anime, which I won’t be getting into, because I’m in a pretty good state of mind right now and I don’t want to ruin it.
I myself have been playing the card game since I was around six, and I like to think I’m not too unskilled at it, having played both casually and competitively (online, of course, because, while I love this game, it can be expensive as hell) for a fairly long time.
Anyways, getting to the point – my favourite decks. Yu-Gi-Oh! has an absolutely massive amount of cards available at the moment, and so, the amount of themes and variants with which one can build a deck is enormous. In this post, however, I’m only really looking at archetypes – that is, cards which share a name or directly involve each other with regards to their effects, working together to achieve victory a certain way.
So, here’s my picks… (more…)