Yugioh! Legacy of the Duelist Online – How to build a deck (PS4)
A basic guide on building a simple Removal deck using the cards available at the start. If you’re new to the game, I strongly recommend you start with a deck like this in order to learn the game correctly.
Tune in tomorrow when I will be taking this episode onto Online Ranked Multiplayer,
When Should I Start Building My Own Deck? 1:41
What Are Deck Recipes? Are They Good? 3:02
How Do I Start From An Empty Deck? 5:53
How Many Cards Should I Have In My Deck? 7:13
How Do I Add Cards To My Deck? 8:26
What Is My Goal When Deck Building? 9:47
How Do I Look At Only My Monsters/Spells/Traps? 10:35
Which Monsters/Spells/Traps Should I Use? 12:08
Which Tribute Monsters Are Good For Attacking? 19:08
How Many Monsters:Spells:Traps Should I Have? 21:36
Which Monsters Are Good For Special Summoning? 23:09
Which Other Monsters Are Good For Attacking? 24:42
Besides Removal, What Other Effects Should I Have? 27:19
How Do I Change My Avatar? 32:43
ABOUT YU-GI-OH! LEGACY OF THE DUELIST
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist is a console simulator released by Konami in TCG territories. Relive past Dueling glory with a Story Campaign that recounts the events from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TV series! Battle your opponent, and then take on the role of that character and Duel against the protagonist in a “Reverse Duel.” Relive past Dueling glory with a Story Campaign that recounts the events from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TV series! Battle your opponent, and then take on the role of that character and Duel against the protagonist in a “Reverse Duel.” For the first time, compete in Battle Pack Sealed and Draft play against the A.I. or with players online. Battle Pack formats supported include Battle Pack: Epic Dawn, Battle Pack 2: War of the Giants, and War of the Giants: Round 2.
The game is a trading card game in which players draw cards from their respective decks and take turns playing cards onto “the field.” Each player uses a deck containing forty to sixty cards, and an optional “Extra Deck” of up to fifteen cards. There is also a fifteen card side deck, which allows players to swap cards from their main deck between games. Players are restricted to three of each card per deck and must follow the Forbidden/Limited card list, which restricts selected cards by Konami to be limited to two, one, or zero. Each player starts with 8000 “Life Points” and lose when one of these conditions are met:
The player’s life points reach zero.
 The player is required to draw, but the player has no more cards to draw in the main deck.
 The player uses an alternative win that certain cards have.