Cockadoodledoo! – A YuGiOh Card Review
I’m not sure what surprises me more: that there’s a YuGiOh card called Cockadoodledoo, or that a card called Cockadoodledoo is actually good.
Fire Princess Burn Deck – An Old School YuGiOh Deck Profile
One of the best Yu-Gi-Oh decks in 2003 was Fire Princess Burn. The Old School Expert on YouTube did Old School Yu-Gi-Oh fans a favor by sharing a Fire Princess Burn deck list from 2003. Interestingly enough, a lot of this deck is still playable today. Then again, it’s way too slow for today’s game. […]
Reactions to the Secret Lair x Stranger Things and Friends Forever Commanders
Secret Lair x Stranger Things offers Magic the Gathering Commander players with some enticing new “Friends Forever” options to both lead EDH decks and upgrade their existing decks. While I have my reasons for boycotting subscription service Netflix, which I will not expound upon here, it’s true that the original series Stranger Things appears to […]
Jeskai Ascendancy Combo in Modern and Pioneer
Jeskai Ascendancy was one of the most exciting cards to come out of Magic: the Gathering’s Khans of Tarkir set. There were five Ascendancy enchantments in the set, each of which covered a three-color combination associated with one of the five Tarkir clans; each cost one colored mana of each of those three colors. The […]
Why Did YuGiOh Errata Destiny Hero Disk Commander?
Once a top competitive deck archetype in YuGiOh, Destiny Heroes returned to the modern game in 2018 with the Legendary Hero Decks. Because it was included in the decks, it was decided to return Destiny Hero – Disk Commander from the Banned and Restricted List to Unlimited status. This means you can now play three […]
Why is Juzam Djinn So Expensive?
One of the most expensive cards from Magic the Gathering’s Arabian Nights expansion, Juzam Djinn on Magic’s Reserved List. This means it can’t ever be reprinted, making it a chase card for collectors. Today, a single copy of Juzam Djinn can sell for a price high as $2,000 USD with professionally graded copies fetching over […]