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As strange as it sometimes comes through, Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards are commonly being censored for the western market, not only visually, but also in text. One prominent example is the renaming of "Magic Cards" to "Spell Cards" shortly after the release of the third set "Magic Ruler", which was released as "Spell Ruler" in Europe. This renaming is probably due to ...


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Collectible Card Games (CCG) wax and wane in popularity.... For example, both Pokemon an Yu-Gi-Oh! cards were extremely popular over a decade ago. There are still sales of these cards and older cards sell well, but both games have shrunk considerably. The exception: Magic: The Gathering which has had pretty solid sales, organized play, and card values ...


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I would go for Munchkin. My 8-year-old nephew LOVES it (I like it too), it has a lot of replay value, and while there are a ton of expansions, they're cheap, cheap, cheap compared to the booster packs you'd be buying for Magic. That said, there is zero collectible element to Munchkin. Fantasy Flight Games also has a bunch of what they call "Living Card ...


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No, although you can use foreign language cards from the TCG, OCG cards are not allowed. From Konami's Yugioh FAQ, that lists several Official Tournament Stores Q: Can I use foreign language cards in my Deck? You can use foreign-language copies of legal-for-play cards printed for the TCG market, as long as you can show an official translation of ...


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I'm baffled this question has had a wrong answer with such a score for such a long time... No, you can't. I'll just quote the other answer and highlight the important part: Q: Can I use foreign language cards in my Deck? You can use foreign-language copies of legal-for-play cards printed for the TCG market, as long as you can show an official ...


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In short, Decoy Dragon would be attacked, due to an important part of Dreamsprite: When attacked by your opponent's monster, select another 1 of your Monster Cards and designate it as the attack's target, then calculate damage. This means that damage calculation must be immediately performed, so the Battle Step has been skipped. As Decoy Dragon's ...


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No, there is no such thing. The best you might get is random opponents via Internet. Or outdated programs with a programmend AI. But if you want to stay up to date, there is no other option than playing actual opponents. If you decide to go for random opponents, Dueling Network and DevPro are the most well-known online sites that offer playing Yu-gi-Oh!, ...


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This is entirely dependant on the metagame you're playing in. And also on the current format (that is, Forbidden and Limited List). For instance, if your metagame highly favors decks that destroy many monsters by effects, even face-down ones, Morphing Jar is not a good idea because it will often be destroyed before even getting the chance to flip for its ...


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Snipe Hunter is your guy. He can discard as many cards from your hand as you like to target any card on the field. Then you roll a die and if it's 2, 3, 4 or 5, the card is destroyed. A good once-per-turn option is Scrap Dragon. He allows you to target one card on each side of the field which then get destroyed. Spell and Trap wise, there's Raigeki Break, ...


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As user1873 pointed out, this isn't a way your opponent can be defeated. Furthermore, you cannot control more than five non-Field Spell or Trap cards. Spells and Traps on your side of the field are under your control, even if they are equipped to cards your opponent controls. You should read or re-read the rule book. If you have already read it, it appears ...



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