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The deck's hayday was in the Norden days, when you could use Instant Fusion, summon Elder Entity Norden, who then summons back a Bubbleman, who can then make a Bahamut Shark.
The deck typically ran a low monster count, and thus when that field was made, it was typically supported by 3 or 4 backrow.
Yes, this was during the days people ran anything but monsters.
Edited by NickTheSwing on Jun 24th 2020 at 4:20:56 AM
Tin Golfish can summon Bubbleman from the hand too.
Red-Eyes is finally getting its name errata'd so it no long B. Dragon.
Yep its no longer "B" Dragon alright.
I always wondered why the early sets did that. I considered it might be something related to racial controversy, but that doesn't explain why "Dragon" was often shortened to just "D." too.
I wonder what Rata has to say about this.
It just dawned on me that we never heard the alternative (no pun intended) dragon referred to as "Blue Eyes W. Dragon".
Gusto takes the lead.
You mean Cyber Dragon. Gusto's in second.
Whoops. I guess when I saw the picture my brain did a switch on me.
So Cyber Style actually is Cyber Dragon. Neat I suppose.
Edited by Karxrida on Jun 25th 2020 at 10:27:00 AM
I feel like i should be happy for Cybers, but im rooting for gustos and ice barriers.
Doesn't help that Cy Dra already got a stricture deck primed for the Reloading treatment
You know what should be made into a viable deck (after Ice Barrier...)?
If that happens, then maybe we'll finally see Camouflage Gardna getting printed, and we can find out what the hell its effect is XD
Edited by ShiningStardust on Jun 25th 2020 at 11:55:30 PM
I remember a lot of duelists in Worldwide Edition used Kanan the Swordsmistress in their decks. I wasn't expecting a Ganguro retrain.
It seems that card, Dian Keto the Golddigger, and several others are used by a recently introduced Quirky Miniboss Squad member in the anime; they're all "trashy" retrains of classic female monsters wearing outrageously '80s fashion.
TCG press release for Phantom Rage mentions a new archetype that uses Tokens to Fusion Summon. Also, 17 World Premiere cards.
Oh yeah, those retrains are based on Japanís Bubble economy
Very sure the token fusion archetype is just Souten, which we already know is in Phantom Rage.
You know, the archetype whose theme people complained about because it's yet another Asian martial arts archetype as if we haven't got any recently? Token and Fusion is Souten's playstyle. By the way it was in the Japanese version too, it's not a world premiere archetype.
Edited by ShiningStardust on Jun 28th 2020 at 4:12:11 PM
Yes, a Mad Max viking gorilla riding a dragster.
Oh, I thought they were gonna revive Revival of Dokurorider.
The Neuron app is out for the OCG. We still don't have a release date for the TCG.
Ice Barriers take the win!
ICE BARRIER! YES!
...and Cyber Style... I really hope it's not Cyber Dragons.
My personal number 2 would've been Kaiju.
Kaiju is still missing King Kong.
And Ultraman and a few others. I think they're probably planning on eventually releasing a Kaiju sub-archetype focusing on Ultraman, but I don't know how they'll make it as a sub-archetype given the "one per side" clause.
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