Ramblings Of A Hyperactive Yu-Gi-Oh Retro Fan Issue 1:Most Underappreciated Cards
by, 22nd January 2012 at 01:05 PM (179 Views)
Hey in wake of the events that occured two days ago (see my last blog entry for details) I decided to start a new blog series:Ramblings Of A Hyperactive Yu-Gi-Oh Retro Fan. I am a huge Yugioh Fan but I dislike the alterations that are Sycnchro Monsters. But thats another story. Here's the first entry in what will hopefully be a continuous blog series for me:My list of the most underappreciated cards in the TCG. Basically, there are a ton of cards that are exceptionally useful but are rarely used, either it be because of the lack of inner thought to reveal their potential or for some other reason I cannot understand. Here I will give my list, with some cards being single cards and some being listed in pairs of 2, 3, or maybe more. Here;s my list:
1. Thunder Dragon and Twin Headed Thunder Dragon
This has got to easily be the most underused and underappreciated card combo. Twin-Headed Thunder Dragon has 2800 Attack Points and has got to be the easiest Fusion Monster to summon in the history of the game. All you have to do is draw any fusion card (Polymerization, Fusion Gate, ect.) and one Thunder Dragon and you can bring out this monster of a ,.....well moster.
This card saved my ass more times than I'd like to mention. Even if you don't need the 4000 Life Point boost to stay in the game, getting this recovery from an apparent direct attack early in the game can give you a good lead as well as do wonders to unnerve your opponent.
3.Insect Barrier and DNA Surgery
These two cards are fairly old and easy to obtain. Few decks even include them. But if used together, you can make the ultimate cheap stall combo. DNA Surgery allows you to change all monsters to any type, including Insects. Insect Barrier prevents opposing Insect monsters from attacking.
4. Gravekeeper's Servant
This is one of the best cards you can use while defending or if you want to mentally mess with your opponent. With it sending the top card of their deck to the graveyard every time they attack, your opponent usually will either try to finish it quickly or end up losing key cards
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