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The Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, known as the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game in Asia, is a Japanese collectible card game developed and published by Konami. It is based on the fictional game of Duel Monsters created by manga artist, which is the main plot device during the majority of his popular manga franchise, and its various anime adaptations and spinoff series.

The game was launched by Konami in 1998. It was named the top selling trading card game in the world having sold over 22 billion cards worldwide. As of March 31, 2011, Konami Digital Entertainment Co,. Japan has sold over 25 billion cards globally since 1999.The game continues to gain popularity as it is played around the world, mostly in Japan, North America, Europe and Australia, and has been expanded with new rules and additions as the franchise grows. A few decks I use.

The Paleozoic archetype is mainly composed of Normal Trap Cards. Each one have its particular effect but they have in common the capacity of Special Summoning themselves from the Graveyard as a Level 2 WATER Aqua-Type Normal Monster with 1200 ATK and 0 DEF whenever a Trap Card is activated, thus allowing them to quickly swarm the field through normal usage of their own Trap Effects. The ace cards of the Archetype are their Xyz monsters, namely Paleozoic Anomalocaris and Paleozoic Opabinia.

Anomalocaris helps to maintain hand advantage by excavating the Deck and adding an excavated Trap Card to the hand (be it a Paleozoic Card or not); this effect triggers when a Trap Card is sent from the Spell/Trap Zone to the Graveyard. Opabinia speeds up the Deck's strategy, by allowing Paleozoic cards from being activated directly from the hand. Both of them are unaffected by other monster's effects and have an additional effect that basically rewards their owner for using them in a dedicated Paleozoic Deck, by either destroying a troublesome card on the field or fetching a Paleozoic Card from the Deck.

The archetype's Trap Cards banish themselves when they leaves the field after being Summoned from the Graveyard by their own effects, which can be avoided by using them as Xyz Materials. Thus, the archetype also benefits from utilizing other Rank 2 Xyz Monsters such as Armored Kappa and Sky Cavalry Centaurea in concert with Anomalocaris and Opabinia. As the archetype's Trap Cards are all Level 2 WATER Aqua-Type monsters while they are treated as monsters, Wetlands can be included in the Deck to give these cards a much needed power boost, as they all have low ATK, which can raise issues regarding their ability to survive on the field.

 

This Deck's main strategy is to populate the Graveyard with "Skull Servant", "The Lady in Wight", "Wightmare", "Wightprince", "Wightprincess", and "King of the skull Servants" to Summon a "King of the Skull Servants" with up to 17000 ATK.

Cards like "Armageddon Knight" and "Dark Grepher" are used to populate the Graveyard with "Wights" to increase the ATK of "King of the Skull Servants". Powerful Zombie support such as "Zombie Master", "Goblin Zombie", and "Mezuki" are required. "Wightmare" can be used to retrieve banished cards by discarding itself, either into the Graveyard for "King of the Skull Servants" or Special Summoning "The Lady in Wight".

The advantages of this Deck include its ability to produce extremely high-ATK monsters very quickly (which may not be affected by Spells or Traps if "The Lady in Wight" is on the field), as well as its resilience in Summoning said monsters repeatedly.

A major weakness is its total reliance on the Graveyard. If "Macro Cosmos" or "Dimensional Fissure" is in play, it can easily ruin your ability to power up "King of the Skull Servants". This was partially solved thanks to "Wightmare", which is capable of returning "Wight" monsters that are banished back to either the Graveyard or Summoning them to the field in exchange for discarding itself - especially helpful as it does not need to reach the Graveyard itself to work.

The "Wights", other than "King of the Skull Servants" tend to have different uses that ideally use their effects for the benefit of the theme:

  • "The Lady in Wight" is great for protecting the others from battle and destruction effects. The user can also play "Dark Hole" or "Torrential Tribute " soon after "Lady" hits the field to clear the opponent's side of the field.
  • "Wightmare" allows the use of the revival effect of "King" while resisting the ATK loss of banishing the "Wights". It also allows access to the "Wights" if they get Banished by the opponent.
  • "Wightprince" has two effects. The first being an effect that doubles up with milling cards, this allows the user to send a "Skull" and "Lady" to the Graveyard when it goes to the Graveyard. The other effect has "Prince" banish itself and two other "Skull Servants" to be able to Special Summon a "King" from the Deck.
  • "Wightprincess" can send a "Wightprince" from the Deck to the Graveyard, allowing the activation of its effect, and also Tribute itself to decrease the ATK/DEF of the monsters on the field equal to they own Level/Rank x300 (which won't be a problem to yours Level/Rank 1 monsters).

 

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The Crystrons focus on swarming the field with monsters to Synchro Summon. The Tuners Special Summon Non-Tuner monsters and share the quick Synchro effect with "Formula Synchron", "Accel Synchron", and the "Yang Zing" monsters, while the Non-Tuners Special Summon the Tuner Monsters.

The Synchro Monsters of this archetype are rather unique in their Summoning. Crystron Phoenix" is an Accel Synchro Monster, while "Crystron Gliongandr" must be Summoned through Double Tuning; making "Crystrons" the first known archetype to include members that can be Summoned through both of these methods. All of the "Crystron" Synchro Monsters Special Summon other monsters when they are destroyed; usually from the Graveyard (with the exception of "Glyongandr"), while all of the non-Tuner Synchro Monsters have effects that activate when they are Synchro Summoned. The effects of "Phoenix" and "Glyongandr" both focus on banishing large numbers of cards the opponent controls or that they have in the Graveyard.