Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (2024)

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    @MBTYuGiOh2 года назад +327

    Thanks for an amazing year. So happy we ended this one tied up. 😂

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      @Ch00choh2 года назад +4

      Balanced, as all things should be

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      @cloud33282 года назад +2

      cope

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      @UltanOfficial2 года назад +1

      You are annoyed you aren't winning, be honest.

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    @guidofalconi11782 года назад +329

    Dark World’s biggest weakness wasn’t the mirror match, it was the fact that it made your opponents deck more consistent.
    I’m glad that they showed it on game 2 and 3.

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      @Sintra42 года назад +25

      Yup. Any deck whose strongest starters have a cost of "your opponent draws a card and sets up their graveyard" and "your opponent gets a free link/synchro material" is gonna have a rough time no matter what. Speaking of Ceruli, the thought of running him against SPYRAL decks running Where Arf Thou and Sylvan Princessprite makes me giggle. He is literally a starter for your opponent at that point.

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      @Joe.Elston-Gardner2 года назад +15

      It was so easy to side deck against as well, and yeah you help them draw the outs

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      @haruhirogrimgar60472 года назад +9

      I always saw them as "waste 10 minutes of them drawing cards. Just for me to flip Shadow-Imprisoning Mirror."

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      @Hiri82 года назад +8

      100% but god how I love Dark World

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      @thotobliterator1587Год назад +1

      @@Sintra4 true, that’s why you need to use modern DW support to make him work on your favor.
      Don’t give your enemy the chance to use Ceruli, use him for Underworld goddess first. Genta, some self special summon when discarded card, your self summoned boss monsters(Grapha and Reign Beaux OK) it should be easy to get 4 monsters on your field plus Ceruli or whatever monster they have that you want gone.
      Link 5, use Underworld goddess, she is a blue eyes level beater with a once per turn negate of graveyard summons for your enemy.

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    @fluffalpenguin2 года назад +64

    I want a history of jank video dedicated to the dark world mirror. Not because either deck is jank, but because the mirror is jank. If we got an FTK mirror, we definitely deserve a Dark World mirror.

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    @JinTGC2 года назад +192

    33:10 Alex doesn't have to crash Inashici here, you can just enter BP with no monsters, go to MP2, then normal him so he isn't forced to attack since BP is already done.

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      @DemonFox3692 года назад +25

      This is why knowing game mechanics is so important

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      @TheGuyWhoIsSitting2 года назад +18

      The original "entering battle phase without doing anything in MP1"

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      @SuperSayianWarrior2 года назад

      Imagine for a moment, if Evenly was a card back in late 2011? People wouldve been doing that All day long

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      @DEG99Y2 года назад +1

      Someone has bern playing too much duel links or simething

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      @BOD5132 года назад

      I was actually yelling at the video when he didn’t do that play

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    @lvl5Vaporeon2 года назад +47

    Friend: *I activate card destruction*
    Both players see each other's dark world cards get sent to grave.
    Me and my Friend: *f*ck*

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    @TrevorAllenMD2 года назад +92

    Confession, I 75% expected MBT to pronounce the Dark World cards wrong. Despite their names literally being colors.

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      @StarboyXL92 года назад +20

      Why would you expect Joseph of all people to mispronounce names based on precious metals? Do you not know his ethnicity?

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      @Barracius2 года назад +7

      I definitely remember pronouncing Goldd as "Glodd" for a while.

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      @haohryuz-arc22612 года назад +10

      I mean, he did call one of them "Celuri" in this video. Apparently he doesn't know every color.

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      @MercenaryPen2 года назад +2

      @@haohryuz-arc2261 yup Celery, vegetable of dark world

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    @damagedpotato2 года назад +84

    Dark world will always be one of my top 3 memories from a locals. I was working at a game shop when it came out so of course we opened a bunch the day before the release date to stock the shelves before the tournament and I decided that I would build a quick darkworld deck to show the players what it could do on day one to try and get people to buy the singles. Turn 1 I set morphing jar and pass. My opponent plays change of heart, obviously flips the jar because no one expected dark world that day,...and leaves what two silvas and a gold does. Ahh...good times

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    @pokemasterskye42312 года назад +127

    History of Yu-Gi-Oh! episode wins
    Cimoooooooo: 32
    MBT: 32
    Thank you for an amazing year of Yu-Gi-Oh! content Cimo and friends and I hope you all have a happy New Year

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      @chanlennox81332 года назад +5

      That’s actually so cool, ending the year on a tie

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    @graboidfan312 года назад +107

    Its been almost 11 years. Please Konami give us a new Dark World MONSTER

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      @alyshacoe20822 года назад +8

      Alongside a new atlantean and fire king, for me that trio is peak yugioh deck design

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      @resuteru5022 года назад +23

      Volcanics here... wait your goddamn turn.

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      @Marcusjnmc2 года назад +9

      '.' they gave the entire danger archetype

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      @graboidfan312 года назад +2

      @@resuteru502 volcanics have had a new monster more recently than dark worlds have by about 4 or 5 years

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      @resuteru5022 года назад +13

      @@graboidfan31 Volcanics got one support trap card in 2015. Their last MONSTER was 2008 (Counter). You asked about MONSTER cards. Wait your turn.

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    @draketheduelist2 года назад +126

    Me: "Oh boy, Dark World. I remember this breaking the meta and being so explosive that people gentleman's aggreement'd out of it because it was no fun and it basically churned non-stop advantage. Can't wait to see it go off..."
    MBT: "Darkworld was godawful and never did anything."
    Me: 🤨😡🤬 "...How long have I been bad at Yugioh? ..." 😭

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      @CobaltSanderson2 года назад +24

      At least 10 years apparently

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      @endeav0r_492 года назад +16

      Well, dark world's biggest issue is that the non stop card advantage goes to both players. A deck that draws a lot isn't that good if it makes your opponent draw a lot too

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      @Sotosleon2932 года назад +1

      To be fair if you played Dueling Network or any online battle app and played singles then Dark World was really strong. If you played Bo3 they kinda suck

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      @NickersonGeneral2 года назад +4

      Literally me as MBT started trash talking Demise OTK lol

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      @sekaihunter93782 года назад +1

      @@Sotosleon293 That's why it was pretty decent in Duel Links for a while too. That game has 4000 starting LP and you're always playing in Singles as well. The thing is, if Dark World irl was cheap, Dark World in Duel Links was expensive like HELL. It was literally the most expensive deck, with all key cards like Dealings, Gate, Snoww and Grapha being spreaded to completely different Main Boxs as UR. It's safe to say that the price to play Darkworld in Duel Links was even more expensive than to just buy those cards irl.

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    @freddymartinez22402 года назад +24

    Karakuri! Finally. My favorite deck of all time. Fun gimmicks. The first deck I invested in way back when. My version used Royal Decree, ETel and a set of psychic commanders. Loved this episode.

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      @coreygolphenee9633Год назад

      No de synchro though which is rough that's when the deck goes stupid

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    @pandaman13312 года назад +39

    Props to Cimo for playing so well with a deck he never played before. Concerning Dark Worlds. I always found it strange that nobody bothered playing DAD in it even though it's so easy to manipulate your graveyard. Would give it additional fire power and you still had the Leviair to get Monsters back. Other version played triple fabled raven which in my opinion should have been an insentive to include BLS. Regardless of what they did, I feel like Dark Worlds haven't been played to their max at that time

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      @elidwor18562 года назад +9

      At the time Dark World was considered a solitaire style deck for most people. Where you dug until you found card destruction or a game winning virus card. DAD didnt fit in that gameplan (easy to bin darks, but hard to get them out). I agree, Dark World never got optimized, return from the different dimension should have been an absolute staple in every sideboard.

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      @draketheduelist2 года назад +2

      ...I played Fabled Raven and DAD... Maybe that's why my version was actually good. GY manipulation is pretty easy for Darkworld.

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      @elidwor18562 года назад +2

      @@draketheduelist eyy! I did too, but a few formats later (september wind up format). Topped a regional playing card trooper, fabled raven, only 1 dealings in the main, dark armed and 3 call of the haunted. It wasnt on the same power level as other DW decks, but it won the mirror, had an awesome wind up match up, and sided into a gameplan that played through difi/macro.

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      @XenoMonicals2 года назад +4

      I've tried playing triple Raven in that deck, and honestly, it just feels like empty calories. There's plenty of ways to discard for effect.

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      @draketheduelist2 года назад

      @@elidwor1856 Strangely, D-Fi and Macro never caught on in my meta. People knew D-Fi was a thing (less so Macro on account of (1) people thought Helios was mandatory, and (2) GX cards in general could gargle our kuribohs), but it was always seen as super bricky and often shut down a lot of GY-based strats that people would just rather play for themselves, like Plant Turbo and Agents. Floodgates just weren't considered fun. You win because you drew the other guy's off switch. Booo-riiing.
      Maybe that's why metas take a while to shake out. Most people just want to play _fun_ stuff, especially when it's new and novel.

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    @thepureheartofdark2 года назад +1

    Dark bricks gotta love it. It's either no discards effects or no monsters to discard every other hand.

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    @HydraRaptorCH2 года назад +11

    Karakuri is one of my favorite combo decks. They're still playable to this day, and there are a lot of different ways to build them!
    You can play Auroradon combos if you want to be explosive but fragile.
    You can play Infinitracks if you want to be better insulated against handtraps and to have a better resource loop.
    You can play Tzolkin if you want to be hilarious and terrible.
    You can play Machina if you want to focus on small engines and play their nutty archetypal trap.
    You can play Scraps if you want a better board breaking game and more fodder for synchro plays.
    You can also mix and match! The deck is super fluid and can weave into a lot of generic synchro and machine decks. They can do whatever you want! That's the beauty of the clockwork Japanese robots!

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      @jirehjirehjirehjireh2 года назад +3

      Earth Machine in general is the funnest subsection of decks in the game! It genuinely feels like the Yugioh version of Legos with how easily you can splash one archetype into another to creator your own combo deck.

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      @krullachief6692 года назад

      Another bonus to playing Karakuri Machina is that Machina already has some fantastic control tool monsters that are absolute houses of their own anyway.

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    @cascada52002 года назад +13

    1:00 Deck List/ Breakdown
    14:30 Duels

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    @TheItalianoAssassino2 года назад +4

    I love this time in Yugioh. Playing casually from early Synchros to early XYZ was so fun.

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    @BWAAAAAAAAAAAAA2 года назад +2

    Psa! You don't have to crash with karakuris if you enter battle phase then go to mp2 and summon them. Prevents you from crashing!

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    @Maawaa2 года назад +31

    Spoilers: I feel like it was a big throw from Cimo in the first game to Monster Reborn the Saizan instead of Grapha. Like, it is a tuner, but Grapha is huge and it stops Joseph from just summoning it?

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      @beebothebluegod40942 года назад +1

      Exactly my thinking.

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      @clayxros5762 года назад +18

      Cimo tends to get tunnel visioned at times, similar to Gage but usually in a less egregious way. MBT tends to he reckless or greedy lol

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      @JakeLT642 года назад +16

      I mean sure that’s good with hindsight, but dark smog was not a common card at all, so I understand not playing around it. Meanwhile summoning Saizan back here would’ve led to bureido, summon nishipachi from deck, change its own position to draw 1, synch nishi with cydra into bureido again and get another summon from deck. If he drew any karakuri with that draw 1 he could get ninishi here and go burei for game. Even without he can get more advantage/draws

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      @Maawaa2 года назад +3

      @@JakeLT64 I didn't think of that, I was assuming Grapha was better than Saizan even if Dark Smog was not present but you make a good case for the tuner

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      @cameraredeye31152 года назад +2

      I still think Grapha would have been the better play in Game 1, just to push more damage and force MBT to out his own Grapha just to make a comeback, not to mention play around Dark Smog which is basically a D.D. Crow that synergizes with Dark World strats.
      Yeah, Cimo should have been able to pull a 2-0 or even a 3-0 sweep. That was a big throw...

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    @azerlox2 года назад +56

    I applaud Cimo for running Karakuri. I'm hoping for History of Jank, he (or Joe) runs Karakuri OTK. That would be nuts to see.

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      @yuyiming17652 года назад +5

      I am just surprised that he didn't play cash cache, anatomy, desynchro that would make the deck much more explosive. he could play the symphonic karakuri combo deck for history of jank that would be pretty cool .

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      @shipu3022 года назад +2

      @@yuyiming1765 Were Cache and Anatomy already out by this time? Those cards kinda feel mandatory to play.

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      @erisesoteric75712 года назад +1

      @@shipu302 Why would you play cache if basic combo gives you Cache from the ED? Just play better cards to draw into.

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      @Click3tyClick2 года назад +1

      Yea I hope History of Jank eventually transitions into just playing with fun but less successful archetypes so we can see a balls to the wall Karakuri otk deck with de synchro, instant fusion, e-tele psychic commander, etc.

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      @shipu3022 года назад

      @@erisesoteric7571 Because it's a ROTA for the archetype.

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    @josephfigliano4412 года назад +2

    History of Jank better have the Dark World mirror when the time comes

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    @hamsterboya2 года назад +9

    This series has been one of my favorite pieces of yugioh content. It is such a joy to learn about formats during times I took a break from the game. Cimo and MBT are both doing a great job. Hope you both continue to have success in the new year.

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      @otangakudyokeman71242 года назад

      kinda disagree on doing a great job, blv me some misplays are just terrible which doesnt help showcasing the real potential of a deck (but I admit, this one was okayish)

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    @tameyournyanta52542 года назад +1

    It's 3:30 am here now, in Japan, waiting for sunrise. Karaoke till night, let my friends sleep first, kinda feel bad for my throat. Anyway, I remember my old Darkworld deck, and the time I self milled, most embarrassing thing to happen in local tournament.

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    @Torpedoman3162 года назад +7

    Been waiting for this one. I played some dark world in elemental energy and when this deck came out, I really felt like I had a truly great deck! I hope they do another structure deck revamp in the near future

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    @chimeratcg072 года назад +7

    One of the best structure decks Konami ever printed.

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    @AtomicArtumas2 года назад +11

    So, Dark World has the exact same issue that PACMAN had.
    "Great game 1, never wins again after that."
    I really feel like it would be interesting to see some of these major formats played extensively with a custom ban list that removes the 100% hard counters to decks that should've been way better but were exceedingly easy to board against.
    Like, how different would this format be if DiFi, Macro, etc. just... didn't exist?

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      @coreygolphenee9633Год назад

      Nah it was more the issue quasar decks had, there's 4 or 5 hands in there that are easy and win you the game, but the rest is very beatable and the strategy dies to any card commonly sided basically at the time

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    @endlessgadgets80462 года назад +2

    So happy to see Karakuri featured in this series! Definitely one of my favorite decks of all time.

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    @MegaStarIncorporated2 года назад +2

    mbt's sleeves hit different in this episode

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    @supersonicstyleatsonicspeed2 года назад +16

    Please do Junk Doppel in this series. I want to see Shooting Quasar Dragon summoned in this series REALLY BADLY!

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      @NickWuebker2 года назад

      That might be in the next episode.

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      @Marcusjnmc2 года назад

      '.' the history of jank is also a series

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      @supersonicstyleatsonicspeed2 года назад

      @@Marcusjnmc Who cares. It doesn't give the respect Shooting Quasar Dragon deserves

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      @screwtokaiba2 года назад

      They can't play Quasar at this timespan quite yet. Quasar is end of 2011 whereas this is still around mid-late of 2011. If Quasar shows up at all, it would be around when Order of Chaos comes around

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      @Marcusjnmc2 года назад

      @@screwtokaiba that's within a few episodes & could be the next one

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    @JamFlexx2 года назад

    God, I'm 17 seconds in and already so many iconic, fun to play & against decks from my past.
    Now everything is so different, not bad but different.

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    @christophertomes67772 года назад +2

    Cimo, note for next time: you can always go to MP2 instead of normaling a dude in MP1 and losing it to forced battle.

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    @kaijuemperor2 года назад +4

    God I loved playing dark worlds and Grapha. I remember playing it back when you could overlay 2 Graphas into Felgrand The Divine Dragon Knight

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    @Nathan-sy5ff2 года назад +2

    Awesome set! As someone who also got back into Yugioh at this time with Dark Worlds, I really hope you get to revisit Dark Worlds when people learned how to build them and how they became more refined later, such as with the deck that won at Long Beach in 2012. (fewer monsters, Foolish, Upstarts/Reckless Greeds, etc.)

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    @nnnp6342 года назад +2

    DW is my favourite archetype of all time and Karakuri is really cool as well. This period of time (starting with the last episode) is my favourite. Decks are finally fast again, for the first time since Tele-DAD.
    I do hate when people activate D Fissure against me - I've lost to worst of decks on DB because I couldn't draw removal in time.

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    @dankanubis13452 года назад +6

    Yes, Karakuri! This was my first deck and my introduction to Yu-Gi-Oh. I still have the deck with all the new support. So many good memories

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    @chrisspiker65322 года назад

    I have such good memories of this era. I went to an lgs with no deck. Bought 3 structure decks, practice for 15 min, then went on to get 2nd. I only lost the final match because I didn't realize I could use the field spell eff more than once a turn so long as I played more copies.

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    @Tokumastu18 месяцев назад

    The funniest thing is Alex leaving Nishipachi in attack thinking he's dead without realizing that if Nishipachi is targeted for attack it switches to defense. The standard Karakuri effect is that all of the main deck monsters switch positions when attack and so many never read this.

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    @AzzyReal2 года назад +12

    This was the deck that got me into the game seriously for the first time, bought 3 SDs and never looked back. Grapha will always be one of my favorite monsters of all time, and I hope they really are getting an R structure deck in the OCG

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      @monkeybench2 года назад +1

      I was just getting back into the game trying to play E-Heroes.
      My two friends who wanted me to play again were playing (pre-ban) Inzektors and Darkworld at locals 🙃
      I still hear my mates saying "Summon Grapha" and "Hornet pop", on repeat, in my nightmares 😂

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      @devilmaygame84972 года назад

      Dark Worlds got me serious and also had me run BA.
      Also, rank 5 exceeds were great before the deck fell off hard.

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      @AzzyReal2 года назад +1

      @@devilmaygame8497 Adreus and Tiras always did xD

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      @devilmaygame84972 года назад +1

      @@AzzyReal volcasaurus as well

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (98)

    @Tmdamara2 года назад

    I'm new to playing Yu-Gi-Oh and I love watching these videos and finally a deck that I kinda know how to play.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (99)

    @kodierkrieger68222 года назад

    I love 2011 Karakuri. It's my main for this format l. A fun thing you can do with the to deal with that situation where you had to crash Merchant into Silva is the Evenly Matched thing: go to battle phase with an empty board, no attacks, main 2 summon Merchant. Any deck where you have to jump through hoops to not punch yourself in the face is fun in my book.

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    @anthonythomas3052 года назад

    Happy New Year! Great vid

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    @rickymoneyman5092 года назад +4

    Dark world is my favorite archetype of the entire game 🔥🔥

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    @windmirror70832 года назад

    This and Archfiends were the first decks I built in the original Legacy of the Duelist without any guides. I beat that entire game primarily with Dark Worlds

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    @DRskayker2 года назад

    So happy to see Karakuri on here! Been waiting since the series started to see them since they are what I played. Albeit the pure non-optimal machine duplication version

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    @BOD5132 года назад +1

    My all time favorite deck Karakuri! But I’ll be honest I was yelling at the screen when Cimo didn’t know Karakuri could walk around the BP.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (106)

    @Shinigamimon4342 года назад +3

    I loved Dark Worlds back in 2011-2012!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (107)

    @nolanbenson24752 года назад

    I won multiple regionals and made day two of YCS Indianapolis in 2012 or 2013ish with Geargia Karakuri. That was the only YCS I went to with the deck. Joseph will be glad to know I lost my win and in to Heros because it turns out gemini spark and hero blast counter the deck pretty hard and someone still happened to be trying to win with heros at the time. I dominated locals with that deck for months. Glad to see some Karakuri in this series. When the Geargia came out, that deck had some filthy OTK combos. Hope to see some more Karakuri in the future!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (108)

    @subversecdf40012 года назад

    the shout outs at the end are always the best bit

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (109)

    @xDemangrlicxx2 года назад +5

    I must ask on behalf of 037wolf, please show the original ver of junk doppel. One of my personal favorites and one of the first decks where main protagonist cards actually can put in work.

    • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (110)

      @coreygolphenee9633Год назад

      It's so god damn hard to play, I had to write down and memorize combo lines for it because you have to know every hand that gets you to quasar to have a shot, its a hard to deck to showcase if you don't already play it

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (111)

    @alwayskindasleepy692 года назад +1

    MBT's last sideboard card was the chimeratech fortress dragon

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (112)

    @SeanM1322 года назад +3

    Joseph's sigh of relief whenever he wins a game always gets me, lol

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (113)

    @terratheterribl2 года назад +1

    I played dark worlds in middle school before Grapha or any of the new support. I never played it well, as I had singles of at least every card in the archetype except the rainbow guy, who I spent so long looking for that I thought he didn't even exist. Goldd, Silva and Bron are still some of my favorite cards, alongside "Dark Blade" who's flavor text said he was from the Dark World. As a kid, that obviously meant he was part of the archetype.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (114)

    @thotobliterator1587Год назад

    2:54 PLUS the bonus power of if Ceruli discarded him, he can target a card in your opponents hand and if it’s a monster, it becomes yours.
    Even if the monster sucks ass, it’s a free body/ free material for extra deck stuff. Back then might not be great but nowadays that’s AMAZING. The best link monsters are vague in materials(I:P, ACCESSCODE, Underworld goddess) all powerful link staples, all do well in dark world, at least modern dark world. Genta and the special summoned discard guys, plus the boss monsters that self revive without any turn limit, it becomes easier to get 4 bodies on the field. 2 bodies become I:P, two more bodies get added to become an ACCESSCODE with 4300 attack, and can’t be destroyed by effects. You can also wait for your opponent to summon a monster, and then be like “I ACTIVATE I:P MASQUERENA TO LINK SUMMON ON YOUR TURN!!! I USE 3 monsters from my field, and 1 from yours, with I:Ps link rating of 2, to SUMMON UNDERWORLD GODDESS OF THE CLOSED WORLD!!!!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (115)

    @fight54222 года назад +1

    can't wait for the history of jank when we get the dark world mirror

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (116)

    @RedDragonForce22 года назад

    I always found it interesting that Karakuri became an archetype and never did anything with Karakuri Spider, which was a worse version of Catastor, with the exact opposite effect in mind.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (117)

    @jirehjirehjirehjireh2 года назад +1

    I can’t wait for you guys the show the power of Machina Fortress in an episode or two. It’s relevance to machine decks throughout history can’t be understated

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (119)

    @Manualzion2 года назад +2

    Ah, opening the absolute nuts followed by a brick that makes Monarchs jealous. That's the dark world I remember playing aginst, only without the "Bricking" part.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (120)

    @LocalChamp2 года назад

    Karakuri is one of my favorite decks in the history of the game I'm glad it had a good showing.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (121)

    @rolorolo1717Год назад

    I think the only misplays were, in game 3 - Cimo could've gone to main 2 to prevent having to crash the level 2 into silva, and then in game 2 he could've used reborn to summon back the two and make naturia beast with Merchant, which would've 100% been the end of the game

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (122)

    @kaziarthedragon73772 года назад

    Man. The days of when Dark Worlds kicked my ass during my college days. Good times lol

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (123)

    @sermonking2 года назад +1

    Thanks to cimoooooooo for shouting out long beach....

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (124)

    @FlyingWalnut2 года назад

    It's interesting to see that apart from the Caius deck, Agents and Darkworlds really kicked off the trend of $30 budget structure deck builds really started to kick off.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (125)

    @TributeJr2 года назад

    All of that build up for "It flopped. IT GOT ABSOLUTELY sh*t ON"

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (126)

    @prancinNOOB2 года назад +5

    Wow, early dark world decks were absolutely garbage. No Upstart, no reckless, no allure, side decked skill drain, no beige, no foolish burial, cerulli, raven, jar...
    Can't wait for the 100th ycs episode. Not only did dark world win, but my other favorite deck, Fortune Heroes, went undefeated day 1. Although that deck might show up in history of jank instead.

    • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (127)

      @migggy47602 года назад +1

      Yes! This version of dark world was god awful lol

    • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (128)

      @coreygolphenee9633Год назад

      But you have card destruction which is usually a win button

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (129)

    @ak47dragunov2 года назад

    Great match!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (130)

    @sordieo2 года назад

    I mained 3 rivalry and 3 gozen in this deck and destroyed my local meta. Made so many ppl big mad

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (131)

    @MercenaryPen2 года назад

    got to love that Level 8 Karakuri Burrito

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (132)

    @khiarieverett96582 года назад

    Dark world was my first deck, so many memories

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (133)

    @xiarhos52 года назад

    Karakuri have been kinda overlooked despite the crazy utility their new support allows, which will change once people figure out how to abuse the numerous soft once per turn effects that generate advantage. Made an ftk with that engine but its consistency makes me nervous to ever share in fear of drawing attention and causing support cards getting hit.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (134)

    @markchang29642 года назад

    Wow the comeback!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (135)

    @SnackMuay2 года назад

    These were good games!! one of my favorite episodes I think

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (136)

    @cancerstinks12 года назад +2

    My greatest Yugioh achievement was when I did a Card Destruction Dark World OTK

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (137)

    @MetalGodX32 года назад

    I've been waiting for Dark World domination since I discovered the series

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (138)

    @ianr.navahuber21952 года назад +1

    1:06 MBT's deck. 7:21 Cimoooo's Deck. 13:00 Game 1. 24:44 Game 2
    30:50 Game 3

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (139)

    @nharviala2 года назад

    The greatest thing about the Dark World timeframe, was that Konami worked on blogs. During this time, blogs about Dark Worlds were all written from the point of view of Grapha, so any time you had Dark Worlds topping, you'd have Grapha going "My forces are dominating the tournament, exactly as planned!". Also the first deck I've ever foiled out, secret Tour Guides, secret of the Dark Worlds... I remember, this deck was the reason why Eradicator Epidemic was limited in the first place.
    And a major misplay in the first game. Joseph could have bounced Sillva for a Grapha first, then used Raven to discard the Sillva for Grapha #2.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (141)

    @sergiodelatorre91272 года назад +1

    Well everyone’s commenting about dark world and I have been playing karakuri all my life so I love this episode.
    Pd: if you want to play karakuri today the best is turbo crystron aurodadon ending in beast and the lvl 9 synchros you can pm me if you want to see my decklist.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (142)

    @TheTaintedWisdom2 года назад

    I love strategies that give old, obscure, and overlooked cards a chance to shine, which is why I love Dark World. Forced Requisition goes from an amusing gimmick to a monstrously oppressive because it makes it so that any time you discard a card, your opponent has to as well. That means it effectively makes Dark World Dealings 2 for 1 for you *_and_* your opponent, Gates of Dark World from +1 for you *_and_* -1 for your opponent on top of that, etc. But the biggest advantage of all comes when it's paired with Dark Smog, because it can get rid of your opponent's draw even if it's a Quick-Play like Mystical Space Typhoon.
    29:57 - It's *_Hinotama_* not Sparks you damned fool.
    33:09 - Easy mistake to make when you're not used to playing around the bizarre-ass Karakuri effects but you can just go to the Battle Phase, do nothing, go to Main Phase 2, and then summon without having to attack.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (143)

    @SetoTargaryen2 года назад

    I went to that YCS lol
    Played an Assault mode deck main decking Dark Simorgh over Gorz lol
    Had a lot of fun.! It was only mid tier at best though for sure 😅

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (144)

    @alwayskindasleepy692 года назад +1

    Somebody should've told cimo you can go to main phase 2 and summon your katakuris then to not have to attack 🤔

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (145)

    @alicethegrinsecatz16112 года назад

    The Virus-traps doesn't effect cards add by Pot of Duality because Pot of Duality say "add", not "draw".

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (146)

    @DemonFox3692 года назад +6

    For Dark World Dealings, you gotta discard at the same time so you don’t cheat and select after your opponent chose.

    • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (147)

      @condedepiamonte932 года назад

      That is true
      Although Duelingbook has some lag in that regard
      So, it's impossible for them to discard At the same time in the simulator

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (148)

    @KingJames-rs8bt2 года назад +2

    I want to see junk dopple and dark synchro later so bad

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (149)

    @MuteSpectre2 года назад

    funny how an extremely affordable deck IRL is one of the single most expensive decks in all of duel links

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (150)

    @OmegaRpg9532 года назад

    Great vid

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (151)

    @schrodingersowl8774Год назад

    Cimoooooooo really just had heavy all 3 games

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (152)

    @samgadson65722 года назад +2

    I feel like for histories purpose we need a darkworld v darkworld mirror.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (153)

    @Owl-yc2yu2 года назад

    Ah, dark world. The first deck I planned out before buying cards for.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (154)

    @MysteriousGuardian2 года назад

    We are so close to Fabled Unicore control. One of the funniest decks to ever be competitive.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (155)

    @kamilel-hamarna98652 года назад

    march 2012 format next!!!
    can't wait for chaos dragons to be showcased

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (156)

    @lamiaprincess63712 года назад

    Probably the biggest problem with Dark World is despite all of these really powerful draw cards, and cards that would eventually be incorporated into the deck such as Trade-In and Reckless Greed...
    The deck bricks. Constantly. Drawing too many monsters or too many Spell or Traps pretty much spells a death sentence for this deck, since you really need specific combinations of both in order to make plays. Giving your opponent cards and having side problems was an issue, but it was always looking at a hand where you went Grapha pass or sometimes didn't end on a monster always felt so bad.
    If you ever do History of Jank for like 2013/2014, please pick this deck back up! It was the jank deck that I played and honestly the deck with good Rank 8s like Felgrand and Zombiestein is a lot of fun since you can turn Graphas into an actual board.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (157)

    @thimbletoeГод назад

    Watching this super late and at 22:55 Ceruli wouldnt get its discard effect off as it was discarded by Dark Smog and not a "Dark World" card, not sure how much it matter here but it could have made a difference in some way, I say this as a Dark World lover myself

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (158)

    @cynicalswordmage45912 года назад

    This format is sonnostslgic. It’s when my friend group was starting to take the gsme more seriously but not like super serious

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (159)

    @jamespolk61462 года назад

    Looks like some cartoon-y alien sleeves? Seems interesting.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (160)

    @cubbykeow68072 года назад +1

    Dark world is my favorite, DW is the only deck that i've bought with 3 boxes of structure deck. Then I've quit playing yugioh for years maybe like 8 years. But now I'm back again few months ago playing my DW deck again, because of Danger! deck.
    Let's go Danger! Dark world, haha

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (161)

    @TK-sq8mj2 года назад +1

    Weird that MBT's deck sides Cydra but doesn't have Fortress Dragon, especially with how Dark World rarely uses the extra

    • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (162)

      @alwayskindasleepy692 года назад +2

      Pretty sure fortress dragon was supposed to be side board card 15

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (163)

    @banditkeef38642 года назад

    Man I’m building a danger darkworld deck right now, they are still good.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (164)

    @tylerneedham26492 года назад

    Cant wait for windup. I use to play that sh*t way back in the day.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (165)

    @aliesterus1.0232 года назад

    21:43
    As far as card advantage goes, if that Silva was already in hand, discarding that Broww made no sense.
    You're getting back the same number of cards that you would have gotten by discarding Broww directly off of Dealings or the field spell, putting you at a solid +0.
    However, going with Silva instead, you'd not only immediately get Silva, but also shuffle two cards from your opponent's hand back into the deck, landing younat a solid +1.
    All this assuming the Silva was already in hand, of course, though from this side it kinda looked like it was.

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (166)

    @Frankrauser22 года назад

    Gates of underworld. My very first Structure deck

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (167)

    @frankyquilavafireblast8959 месяцев назад

    Alex pull through, holy crap!

  • Dark World | The History of Yu-Gi-Oh! (168)

    @JDjade12 года назад

    Happy New Years Everyone

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