Name says it all.
"Who would win in a fight, Looker's Croagunk or a Dalek?"
Well, Kara, that's not exactly an even fight. A Dalek would overpower almost any Pokemon pretty easily.
"Why are the pictures to the right broken?"
Oh, good, so it isn't just me. It's a problem I'm going to fix very soon.
"What's your favorite food?"
Girl I like complimented me and gave me Thin Mints.
It's been a good week. In a truly good mood for the first time in ages~
Holy shit. Holy. Shit. Is that thing a joke? I really hope it turns out to be fake, because that is the worst fucking list ever. They not only left Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning (a card that stayed banned for around six years because of how fucking broken it was until being Limited last September due to its getting a reprint) Limited, but SEMI-LIMITED Torrential Tribute, a near-broken card, as well as Marshmallon and Level_Limit_-_Area_B.
Further, they outright banned
This time on "Jabber Reviews Yu-Gi-Oh! Deck Themes," I'll be spotlighting a Deck that's become very popular lately: the Gravekeeper's archetype.
Gravekeeper's cards first showed up in 2004's Pharonic Guardian expansion, and are one of the first archetypes. That they are still popular today speaks volumes of their continued importance in the metagame.
Their Field Spell Card, Necrovalley, is one of the better archetype-supporting
Updated 4th January 2012 at 08:46 PM by Mako
I started playing the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game this year, and, having been to a fair few tournaments, I've seen a bunch of different Decks. In this blog series, I'll review some of the most notable ones, and offer some suggestions as to what cards one should use to make a Deck of one's own based upon the theme.
The first Deck theme I'll be reviewing is the Elemental HERO archetype.
The Elemental HEROES are one of the