by Pasquale Crociata - Topic: General Strategy
It’s December, and you know what that means? It’s everyone’s favorite time of year: F&L List Time! Pasquale’s back for a second time this week to discuss what impact, if any, the updated F&L List list will have on the competitive scene.
by Pasquale Crociata - Topic: Ask the Judge
Pasquale’s take on Yang Zing’s this week focuses less on powerful Synchro Summons and more on beating down your opponent with the help of the incredible Night Dragolich. Yang Zings have gone full-on Stun in this weeks’ Interestingly Innovative!
by Doug Zeeff - Topic: General Strategy
As per tradition here on TCGplayer, writers like Pasquale, Loukas, and Zach will be along this weekend to give their initial responses to the new F&L List. Today we kick things off with Doug's thoughts, including some interesting reflections on Snatch Steal in Shaddolls!
by Jason Grabher-Meyer - Topic: General Strategy
With the F&L List now locked in, Jason examines results and innovations from recent YCS events. What changed at YCS Milan?! Was the Qliphort deck's success there a fluke, or did new Main Deck trends pay off? And most importantly, where are Qliphorts headed in the new format?
by Joe Frankino - Topic: Ask the Judge
This week in Black and White, Joe Frankino answers frequently-asked questions about Public Events. How are they different from the Side Events of old? What events are on offer, and what prizes do they kick out? And for Judges: what do Public Events mean for your judging career?
by Loukas Peterson - Topic: Deck Strategy
Loukas is back with one last deck fix before the new F&L List, revamping a Jack Atlas strategy that leverages Resonator monsters for the Synchro Summon of Red Nova Dragon!
by Zach Buckley - Topic: Deck Strategy
Zach Buckley turns a killer deck name into an innovative new budget build that rekindles the flames of Fire Fists, in this week's More Bang! A hidden gem from The New Challengers takes center stage, unleashing a slew of killer Rank 6 Xyz.
by Doug Zeeff - Topic: Deck Strategy
Doug Zeeff puts Naturia Sacred Tree to work in a new Traptrix variant, focusing on End Phase disruption and brutal recursion tricks to shred your opponent's backrow. Traptrix Myrmeleo rides again, in this week's Low Key!