Tagged: Metagame

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OCG 2016.01 Metagame (1 Jan – 31 Mar 2016)

Konami was too optimistic with the OCG 2016.01 Forbidden and Limited List. While Performage is gone, Performapal Dracoslayer continues to reign supreme in the OCG 2016.01 format, retaining its 59% share of the metagame. With a total of...

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OCG 2015.10 Metagame (1 Oct – 31 Dec 2015)

The OCG 2015.10 format was the most one-sided format that the OCG had experienced since Dragon Ruler. It was obvious that Performapal Performage was the best deck of the OCG 2015.10 format, but the margin that it was...

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OCG 2015.04 Metagame (1 Apr – 30 Sep 2015)

The rotation of the new OCG 2015.10 Forbidden and Limited List marks the end of the OCG 2015.04 format. Konami had announced that there were no changes to the OCG Forbidden and Limited List on 1st July 2015,...

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Post-CORE Metagame Breakdown of OCG 2015.04

Clash of Rebellions (CORE) was released on the 25th April 2015. The impact of this set is relatively lesser than Crossover Souls (CROS), but it managed to boost Infernoid to competitive status, and brought along a new interesting...

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YOT Singapore 2015 Asia Premier Metagame Breakdown

Held on the 19th April 2015, the YOT Singapore 2015 Asia Premier was ran alongside the Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament – Singapore 2015 main event. Here is the metagame breakdown for the Asia Premier.

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YOT Singapore 2015: Metagame Breakdown

Held on the 18th and 19th April 2015, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament – Singapore 2014 was the biggest premier event ever to be held in the OCG Asia region. Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament – Singapore 2015 saw over 400...

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Preliminary OCG 2015.04 Metagame Breakdown

The OCG 2015.04 format has just rotated in and the metagame is rapidly shifting as various decks contest for the top spot. A total of 121 top-placing deck lists were gathered from 14 Japanese tournaments which were held...

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OCG 2015.01 Metagame (1 Jan – 31 Mar 2015)

The rotation of the new OCG 2015.04 Forbidden and Limited List marks the end of the OCG 2015.01 format. With a total of 366 top placing decks from 39 utmost competitive Japanese tournaments, here is the final metagame...