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What are Yu-Gi-Oh dragons?

There are a lot, and i mean a lot, of dragons in yugioh

If you wanted an answer about “The Yugioh Dragons” i can think of a few that meet the bill

What are Yu-Gi-Oh dragons?

It’s very interesting Dynamic, where Red-eyes represents potential and blue-eye represents power, they are also one of the first Dragons introduced and have a sizable following

  • Signer Dragons

Consist of Stardust Dragon, Red Dragon Archfiend, Black Rose Dragon, Ancient Fairy Dragon, Black-Winged Dragon, and Life Stream Dragon and their evolved forms

What are Yu-Gi-Oh dragons?

There were used by the main cast of the Yu-Gi-Oh 5Ds and are all pretty good, (except the Blackwing one) and see some fringe play even today

  • The Dimension Dragons

What are Yu-Gi-Oh dragons?

Which includes Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon, Dark Rebellion Xyz Dragon, Clear Wing Synchro Dragon, and Starving Venom Fusion Dragon

They all utilize a different summoning mechanic and have much more significance in the show but they are all really sound monsters in the TCG

What are Yu-Gi-Oh dragons?

The most iconic set of dragon that exists only in the physical game. when these guys were released they torn the game a new one

In a format where Spellbooks have the infamous Spellbook of Judgment and the next best deck being evilswarm that hard counters them with Evilswarm Ophion, they still dominated the game.

Years of power creep since their release have only served to make them even stronger as they have more cards that can keep up with their ludicrous speed rather than having to pull the entire deck with them.

To bring these guy back, several cards would need to be banned just so they wouldn’t dominate the game, and even then they are already really powerful on their own.

I would love to play them but I joined too late and every single one of them is banned

 Source: Shane Neary

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