Card Games Archive
With the beginning of another year comes another Australian Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series. The fact we have so few premier events as a country makes the few we do have all the more special.
I thought I might highlight the choice cuts from each month for you and summarise the year.
We have come into possession of some explosive information from the ex-Regional Coordinator for Australia Ryan Dare.
With Konami TCG’s decision to drip feed us the, famously well valued, Link Vrains Pack Trilogy, we have two new and powerful link monsters to use straight from the OCG.
We'll be taking a look at Infinideity Cradle, the first set for the Shinemon arc of the new prequel anime.
Please try out this Malamar list and let me know what you thought!
See how many points you agree with me on, I'm not here to make you quit too, but in combination these were enough to make me walk.
Mystic Fighters is the latest of the Secret Forces-style booster sets that adds three new fully-fledged archetypes into the game and features a bunch of reprints that are relevant to these archetypes.
There's going to be some clear winners and losers that come as the meta shifts around them.
Having released just over a week ago, Cosmic Eclipse is the final set release of the year and has broken records by being the largest single set release, standing at a staggering 271 cards!