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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG: Spellcaster's Judgement Deck Review

Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG: Spellcaster's Judgement Deck Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

We review the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game structure deck: Spellcaster's Judgement!

The Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game is all about duelists who battle by summoning huge monsters with powerful cards and the Yu-Gi-Oh! Structure Decks are an easy way to get started with a butt-kickin' deck. Starting with the original Dragon's Roar and Zombie Madness decks, each one has been packed with wicked cards and new ways to defeat your opponent. Here's our review of the Spellcaster's Judgement deck!

Spellcaster's Judgement Deck Strategy and Cards

This deck is, go figure, all about Spellcaster monsters and Spell Cards. It's full of creatures with powerful effects, Spell Cards and cards that combine to boost those effects. Here are the cards in the deck.

Spellcaster's Judgement Monster Cards

  • Apprentice Magician x2
  • Blast Magician
  • Breaker the Magical Warrior
  • Chaos Command Magician
  • Chaos Sorcerer
  • Dark Eradicator Warlock
  • Dark Magician
  • Ebon Magician Curran
  • Gemini Elf
  • Magician of Faith x2
  • Mythical Beast of Cerberus
  • Rapid-Fire Magician
  • Royal Magical Library
  • Skilled Dark Magician x2
  • Tsukuyomi
  • White Magician Pikeru

Spellcaster's Judgement Spell Cards

  • Dark Magic Attack
  • Diffusion Wave-Motion
  • Heavy Storm
  • Lightning Vortex
  • Mage Power
  • Magical Blast
  • Magical Dimension x2
  • Mystic Box
  • Mystical Space Typhoon
  • Nightmare's Steelcage
  • Nobleman of Crossout
  • Premature Burial
  • Reload
  • Spell Absorption
  • Swords of Revealing Light

Spellcaster's Judgement Trap Cards

  • Call of the Haunted
  • Divine Wrath
  • Magic Cylinder
  • Pitch-Black Power Stone
  • Spell Shield Type-8

Spellcaster's Judgement Power Cards and Combos

The best part about this deck is that it's loaded with incredibly powerful cards. From the incredible Breaker the Magical Warrior, to Nobleman of Crossout, Chaos Sorcerer and a half-dozen more cards, it's solid gold. Not only can you [kwlink]duel like a pro[/kwlink] with this deck, you can use these cards to build other powerful decks


Fatal Flaws in the Spellcaster's Judgement Deck

Unfortunately, the strategy for powering up the effects of your Spellcaster monsters doesn't work very well. It's a cool idea, but unless your opponent is a potato, it won't work.

Final Word on the Spellcaster's Judgement Deck

It's a powerful deck, full of great cards, and it will let you squish a lot of opponents, it just needs some tweaking to fix a few of the flaws. If you have the skills to power this deck up properly, it's great!

Yu-Gi-Oh! Spellcaster's Judgement Thumbs Up:

  • Lots of great cards!
  • Easy to power up with extra cards.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Spellcaster's Judgement Thumbs Down:

  • Using the Spell Token abilities doesn't work very well.

Spellcaster's Judgement Deck Rating: 4

1Hey... I think that the Spellcaster's Deck is pretty good. It's for beginners (the rare cards)and experts (the rare cards and stratigy).
Thanks for listening,

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname: Yugifan92
Age: 14
Rating: 5

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