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Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game: Blaze of Destruction Deck Review

Reviewed by on Dec 27, 2006
Rating: 3 Star Rating

We review the Blaze of Destruction structure deck for the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game!

Prepare to cook your opponent with this smokin' hot Fire deck for the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game. It's a 40-card Fire-based deck that's built to give new players a fighting chance and to have cool cards for more experienced Yu-Gi-Oh! players to duel with. We break it down for you and let you know if it's awesome or awful.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards in Blaze of Destruction

Here's the list of all the cards you'll find in this deck.

Blaze of Destruction Monster Cards

  • Blazing Inpachi
  • Fox Fire
  • Gaia Soul the Combustible Collective
  • Great Angus
  • Infernal Flame Emperor
  • Inferno x2
  • Little Chimera
  • Molten Zombie
  • Raging Flame Sprite
  • Solar Flare Dragon x2
  • Thestalos the Firestorm Monarch
  • UFO Turtle x3
  • Ultimate Baseball Kid x2

Blaze of Destruction Spell Cards

  • Dark Room of Nightmare
  • Heavy Storm
  • Level Limit - Area B x2
  • Meteor of Destruction
  • Molten Destruction x2
  • Mystical Space Typhoon
  • Necklace of Command
  • Nobleman of Crossout
  • Pot of Greed
  • Premature Burial
  • Reload
  • Snatch Steal
  • Tribute to the Doomed

Blaze of Destruction Trap Cards

  • Backfire x2
  • Call of the Haunted
  • Dust Tornado x2
  • Jar of Greed
  • Spell Shield Type-8

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Blaze of Destruction Strategy

There are two ways to win with this deck.

  • Plan A: Drop a Level Limit - Area B card to shutdown all the strong creatures, then pound on your opponent with powered-up level three creatures.
  • Plan B: Load up on standard biggie-sized critters and thump your opponent until they beg for mercy.
  • You can't do both of these at once, and the Fury from the Deep deck can kick your butt if you try Plan A. There also aren't as many cool cards in this deck. At least the Infernal Flame Emperor is a better card than the Ocean Dragon Lord - Neo-Daedalus.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Blaze of Destruction Deck Bottom Line

If you're a new player, this is a good start to dueling and will let you battle against your friends right away. It's not going to win any tournaments though, and there aren't a lot of great cards for other decks. There are ways to tweak it to really power it up, so if you dig Fire decks, it's worth grabbing.

Blaze of Destruction Thumbs Up:

  • Get a powerful deck without having to buy tons of cards!
  • Two different ways to win.
  • Lots of other Fire cards you can add to power up the deck.

Blaze of Destruction Thumbs Down:

  • The Infernal Flame Emperor is weak.
  • Not as many cool cards as the Fury from the Deep deck.

Blaze of Destruction Deck Review: 3

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