Hello yugioh fans, i am just going to keep this short since its just more of a preference question. so me and my friends love dueling now and then, and we have a decent amount of decks. in real life we have

  • E-Heros(competitive)
  • Six Samurai(competitive)
  • Evolsaurs(fun)
  • Photon/Galaxy(competitive)
  • Crystal Beasts(fun)
  • Ancient Gear(fun)
  • T.G.(competitive)
  • Chain Burn(fun)
  • Lightsworns(competitive)

and each friend has two but i only have one(Heroes)my question today was im looking for a fun deck to play/make in real life that is good but isnt like top teir E-drags or something. cheap, fun, unexpected. on dueling network my friend just made a gishki first turn kill and i made an empty jar first turn kill,,and so the chain burns and lightsworns and evolsaurs in real life are the more fun decks. they win alot(like chain burn) but arent like top teirs and are cheap. you can win lots but its like an unexpected win, and a fun one to the question here is, what are some fun deck types you guys like to play that are unique like chain burns or such?i would love to hear some suggestions because ive been getting some money to drop on a deck and it would be cool to look for one to try out.thanks to all who read this -Richie Whitay (talkcontribs) 02:41, August 7, 2013 (UTC)

If by "unique" you mean "not part of the meta but still can hold its own", then my personal favourites are Final Countdown and Chain Burn, largely because those are mostly unaffected by recent changes to the Lists but still can trump a tournament-rank Deck. Though in the opponents' eyes, they also rank low on the "fun" scale because it's the Dueling equivalent of kicking someone in the nuts. --Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 07:44, August 7, 2013 (UTC)

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