TOP 5 YU-GI-OH! CYBERNETIC HORIZON CARDS
With the recent North American release of Yu-Gi-Oh! Cybernetic Horizon, here’s a look at the top 5 cards you may want to consider adding to your decks and collection.
Top 5 Yu-Gi-Oh! Cybernetic Horizon Cards
First up we have the brand new link monster for Cyber Dragons. Cyber Dragon Sieger is a link 2 monster that can be brought out by two machine monsters (including one Cyber Dragon). This is fairly easy to perform in the deck since there are multiple ways of bringing out numerous Cyber Dragons.
On top of providing you extra arrows to draw more cards from your extra deck, Sieger has a powerful effect to pump up any machine monster you control by 2100 attack during either players battle phase.
4. Cyber Revsystem
Cyber Revsystem is another Cyber Dragon card. This is a fairly straightforward card that allows you to special summon a Cyber Dragon from your hand or graveyard. It also protects it from being destroyed by card effects. In a Cyber Dragon deck this card is a strictly better Monster Reborn.
Danger! Bigfoot! is part of the new TCG archetype and is their boss monster. Bigfoot has the traditional effect of all Danger monsters. It allows you to reveal it and make your opponent discard a random card from your hand. If they don’t discard the Bigfoot you get to special summon him for free and draw a card. Otherwise you can destroy a face-up card on the field. Either way your Bigfoot is creating some kind of impact on the game state and will be run in threes.
Nessie is virtually the same as Bigfoot but not exactly. The main difference occurs when Nessie is the discarded card and you get to search your deck for any Danger card, including spells and traps. Nessie is the main searcher for the deck and adds consistency. Expect to see this card played in threes alongside Bigfoot.
Borrelsword is a link 4 monster that is built to OTK your opponent. Borrelsword has the ability to make two attacks in a turn. It also gains half the attack of the monster it’s targeting while also forcing that monster to lose half of its attack. With 3000 attack points, this card will be sure to end games quickly once it hits the field. This is a staple for any deck and is currently sitting around a $70 price tag.