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Dark Paladin's Yu-Gi-Oh! Dimension
Grab Bag
3.28.06

Hello again to Pojo and Yugioh fans one and all! Yes, my article I'll admit is a little oddly titled, but it fits rather well. Why? I'm going to be discussing many things today.

First, let's start with my review of the new World Championship Game for the Game Boy Advance. I of course refer to the WC2006 game.

When you begin, you choose any of the six current Structure decks and go from there. As stated, you can choose from Fire all the way to the most recent Spellcaster. I, of course, chose Spellcaster.

Now, there are 5 levels of duelists, each with 5 monsters as duelists.
There are NO people in this game to duel, nor is there really a plot.
All you have to do is duel these monsters to advance to the next level of monsters.

The artificial intelligence of the game is actually pretty good. It makes few mistakes or dumb moves, and that's refreshing in a game like this. Yet, none of the duelists, even up to the fifth and final level are that hard. I made it successfully through the third level without having to even edit my deck.

As for obtaining new cards, like most other games, by winning duels you gain DP or Duel Points in which you can exchange for new card packs.
This game is awesome in this manner. You start off with all the booster packs from Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon through Ancient Sanctuary. So, if you want certain cards and you know what set it's in, just buy multiples of that pack.

If you don't like certain sets or don't want any cards from them, you don't have to purchase any. Price varies from pack to pack as LOB costs only 150 DP a pack but you can also purchase through Shadow of Inifinity (complete card database, plus other Japanese non US cards) and special/random monster, magic, or trap packs for various DP costs.

It should be noted you need to have I believe 95% of puzzle completion though to unlock all the duelists in the fifth and final level.
Overall, I was quite pleased with this game, and I enjoyed it about as much (maybe a bit more) than Nightmare Troubadour for DS. I give
WC2006 a solid 9.25/10

Secondly, I'm going to post the deck I'm currently using, as you all seem to care what sort of deck I'm running. I was actually enjoying a semi-competitive Last Turn deck, but nuts to that now. Fine, I'll show each and every last one of you. Note*--this deck is all ready formatted for the April 1st Banned List

Monsters x19

Tribute x5

Dark Magician of Chaos
Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys
Jinzo
Mobius the Frost Monarch
Airknight Parshath

Non-Tribute x 14

Breaker the Magical Warrior
Morphing Jar
Don Zaloog
DD Survivor
Exarion Universe
Magician of Faith x2
Injection Fairy Lily
Sangan
Treeborn Frog
Night Assailant
Old Vindictive Magician
Mask of Darkness
Spirit Reaper

Magic x 14

Brain Control
Snatch Steal
Graceful Charity
United We Stand
Mage Power
Lightning Vortex
Scapegoat
Book of Moon
Premature Burial
Card Destruction
Heavy Storm
Cost Down
Mystical Space Typhoon
Swords of Revealing Light

Trap x7

Torrential Tribute
Divine Wrath
Magic Cylinder
Call of the Haunted
Bottomless Trap Hole
Mirror Force
Sakuretsu Armor

Well, there's the deck. Let me address some things here. First, yes, it does have FIVE tribute monsters, which is a lot, no one is going to deny that. Jinzo has the obvious use to negate traps. DMoC is to help negate searchers and such while Mobius is there for destruction and Airknight for trample. Sacred Phoenix I've been toying with in the deck and it's working fairly well.

As for non tribute monsters, it's still kind of a Spellcaster build, but with some beatdown and trample. Injection Fairy Lily and Exarion Universe in such cases. Some monster destruction and tribute bait with Night Assailant, Treeborn Frog, and Old Vindictive Magician. Spirit Reaper adds a little control and defense and DD Survivor is there to counter the Assailant/Lady.

Magic cards are pretty self-explanatory. I've got resource/hand replenishment and tribute helpers with Brain Control and Snatch Steal.
Destruction with Lightning Vortex and draw with Graceful Charity. The rest are pretty obvious. The traps I don't need to go into either, I believe.

Well, that does it for today, I believe, so have fun and feel free to e-mail me with anything @ tsearcy@lssu.edu

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)

~Dark Paladin~
 


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