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It's been a while since I made a blog post hasn't it? Well, once again... I have nothing better to do with my time, so I'll share some more stories. Same thing as the last entry; not all of these involve me necessarily. Today, I'll be sharing two stories. :o
#1 - The Gem-Knight Wombo Combo
Am I involved? No.
Decks involved? Player A is using Gem-Knights, a fairly new Fusion-based archetype.
I'm not one for bragging, but I have a few stories to share with you viewers. They concern my recent exploits and sightings in this children's card game. (I'm not just a fan you know. =w=) Dates aren't shown, as I've forgotten when each occurrence happened. They all happened recently of course. (Starting from last week up till now.)
-The 12k Wisel Infinity
(Picture is taken prior to the 2nd Machine
This week's featured card is a staple in all Hero Decks. Yup... It's Stratos!
When this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can activate 1 of these effects;
● You destroy Spell/Trap Cards on the field, up to the number of other "HERO" monsters you control.
● Add 1 "HERO" monster from your Deck to your hand.
A fairly versatile
You know the drill. Picking my personal favorite and least favorite of each Monster attribute. Six attributes are Fire, Water, Wind, Light, Dark, and Earth. Blah, blah, blah. You should know this already. =w= I'm not one for rambling, so I'll get to my point already. (There's also DIVINE, but it's more of an archetype than a real attribute imo.)
Today's episode concerns Light Monsters. Light is one of the most supported attributes out there, being the home of many well-known Monsters such
After playing for a few years, I've seen many trends come and go. Several cards get hit on ban lists. Several decks fall out of favor in the face of newer ones. You get my point, right? So... I'll share a little bit of history knowledge for those willing to listen to the story of a thoughtless person. Let this be a way of saying how different things were in the past compared to how they are