Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game: Kaiba and Yugi Evolution Deck Reviews
Upper Deck has released more Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game (TCG) cards to power up your decks and make your duels rock. Get the 411 here!
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Evolution Starter Deck FactsThe Evolution starter decks are pre-constructed 50-card decks - one for Yugi and one for Kaiba. You'll get the same cards in each Yugi deck, ditto for each Kaiba deck, so you won't need more than one of each to collect all the cards. They're totally legal for game play and are a sure-fire way to get your hands on some power cards. Here's a breakdown of what each deck is about, so you'll know if they're worth picking up.
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Yugi Evolution Starter DeckYami Yugi's starter deck gives you a ton of the power cards that'll get your card game rockin'. The Evolution starter deck scores you a Monster Reborn, Change of Heart and a half-dozen of the big cards that make opponents cry. Plus, each deck of cards comes loaded with seriously beefy four-star monsters so you can drop some bruisers on your opponent on turn one. For pure power, this deck can't be beat.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Kaiba Evolution Starter DeckWhat's Kaiba up to? Dragons and lots of 'em! Blue Eyes White Dragon, Lord of D. and more of the scaly beasts plus cards to boost 'em and kick butt. Kaiba's Evolution starter deck may not have the sheer power of Yugi's, but it has combo cards that are way stronger together. If you're a Yu-Gi-Oh! pro, you'll get more bang out of this deck than a beginner but you have to know your stuff.
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If you're craving more Yu-Gi-Oh! card power, Upperdeck released the Invasion of Chaos card set in March '04, Ancient Sanctuary booster packs will be available in July 2004 and Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins will be back in October 2004. All these new cards will add more power to your deck and make you unstoppable!