Hello fellow Duelists! It’s time for another Yu-Gi-Oh post! I hope you guys are ready for some epic cards. Now, let’s duel!
Axe of Fools Type: Equip Spell Appearance: An axe with a toothy grin on its hilt. Effect: The equipped monster gains 1000 ATK, also its effects are negated. Once per turn, during your Standby Phase: Inflict 500 damage to the controller of the equipped monster.
This card is extremely unique, and can be used like an Axe Of Despair. Giving a monster 1,000 more attack is very powerful, and the effect negation is actually a lot more useful then one might think. You can negate a monster’s bad effect, and still turn it into a powerhouse. The 500 maintenance cost is nearly nothing, and with so many LP recovering cards, it’ll be smooth sailing for that monster.
Moon Mirror Shield Type: Equip Spell Appearance: A shield that’s covered in golden orbs. Effect: If the equipped monster battles your opponent’s monster, during damage calculation: The equipped monster’s ATK/DEF become equal to the ATK or Defense (whichever is higher) of the opponent’s battling monster +100 during damage calculation only. If this face-up card is sent from the field to the GY: Pay 500 LP; place this card on either the top or bottom of your Deck.
Here we have one of the most powerful Equip Spells in the game. I absolutely love this card, and it can be used to troll your opponent to no end. Giving one of your monsters The Wicked Avatar’s ATK increase will always make it the most power card on the field. Also, as a bonus, it’ll always get recycled back into your deck if destroyed.
Konichiwa, everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Kuko are a good natured species of Kitsune from Japanese folklore. They live for extremely long periods of time, and are the among the highest ranking members of their species. Unlike other Kitsune, these foxes don’t have tails or a physical body. However, they have power on par with gods, and also can predict the future.
Akugo are highly dangerous creatures of Japanese mythology. They are depicted as creatures with the bodies of fish and the heads and necks of women. They can breathe fire, and love to eat fishermen.
Starlight Brigade by TWRP (feat. Dan Avidan) from the album “Together Through Time” May 18th, 2018 Music Video Released May 23rd, 2019 Genres: Synthwave, Rock
This track is absolutely incredible, and the music video that accompanies it is mind-blowing. TWRP aka Tupper Ware Remix Party are a Canadian Synthwave band that usually play with Ninja Sex Party. They play in full costume, and their real names remain anonymous. This particular piece is one of the band’s best works, and Daniel Sexbang (The singer of Ninja Sex Party) vocals carry the piece into epic territory. It tells the story of a young boy and his trials and tribulations with a ragtag group of space hunters called the Starlight Brigade. The video is shot like a wonderful homage to Daft Punk’s Interstella 5555 (An anime-inspired movie based on Daft Punk’s album, Discovery), and it is absolutely breathtaking. The video actually played on Toonami, and people still with shower it with praise today. The instruments are bass heavy and otherworldly, and this really makes this piece memorable. They also add vocoders halfway through which works wonders to the song. What else can I say? This song is amazing, and I really would love to hear your opinions on it in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Rasclobber (The Amateur Pokemon) #153 Dragon/Fighting Type Ability: Iron Fist (Increases the power of punching moves by 20%) Gender Ratio: 87.5% male to 12.5% female Evolves from Reptyke at Level 16 and Evolves into Batterex at Level 36 Ht: 3’11” Wt: 91.9 lbs Appearance: A small dragon with fists instead of claws. Base Stats: HP: 75, Attack: 95, Defense: 80, Sp. Atk: 40, Sp. Def: 60, Speed: 55 Base Stat Total: 405 (Extremely decent stats for a middle evolution) Weak to Flying, Ice, Dragon, Psychic, and 4x Weak to Fairy.
Entry: It fights using a combo of its arms and tail to confuse enemies. It lacks stamina for a drawn-out battle.
Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another unique Hearthstone post! I really enjoyed looking at custom cards before, and I’ve decided to make a second part to it. Now, let’s have a brawl!
Trixie, Gem Collector Type: Legendary Rogue Minion Mana Cost: 7 Attack: 3 Health: 3 Appearance: A cool dark elf with many thievery tools. Battlecry: Draw a Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary card. Created by Dragonicdoom
This card is absolutely insane! The amount of value you can get out of it is staggering. I also love the fact that it can be either a spell or minion that you draw. It might have to be weakened if made into a real card though.
Electrobeak Owl Type: Rare Hunter Minion Tribe: Mech Mana Cost: 5 Attack: 3 Health: 3 Appearance: A robotic owl with electrifying wings. Created by DollmasterDoritos Battlecry: Silence a minion. If it was a Mech, also gain its Magnetic upgrades.
This is Ironbeak Owl on steroids, and I freaking love it! I’ve always wanted a card that can steal your opponent’s upgrades. It might need to cost more if it’s ever made into the game through.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another TV Tropes post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome trivia. Now, let’s begin!
Evil Genius: One of the most popular tropes ever created. It deals with a malicious person with a very high intellect. They can be anyone, ranging from scientists, to lowly crooks. Some examples include; Johan Liebert from the Anime/Manga Monster. He’s extremely smart, and is also a highly dangerous serial killer. Next, we have The Riddler from the Batman Series. He wears a very extravagant outfit and loves to trick Bruce Wayne. Lastly, we have the German terrorist from Die Hard, Hans Gruber. He’s the big cheese that developed the plan to take over Nakatomi Tower.
(Hans Gruber played by the late and great Alan Rickman)
Nutritional Nightmare: A trope that’s used in made comedies. It deals with a food that’s so unhealthy, that death could occur upon consumption. Some examples include; Deep fried butter, Double Dew from South Park (It’s Mountain Dew with 2X the caffeine), and when Homer forces Bart to add butter to his bacon.