- Fate: Coming Soon
- Pokemon: These cards were some of the very first ones I invented. About time I posted them up. These were purposefully made Starter Deck-like, to ease anyone new to Yugioh into it. In addition, the cards were to mirror how good the Pokemon really are in the meta game at the time I created their effects. Since I intended to make this into a fully functional Pokemon archetype, there are several more cards I haven't uploaded that makes the Deck more complete with various options.
- Puzzle and Dragons: Unlike every other set I've created, there is absolutely no synergy between the cards in these sets. They're purely based on cards from the mobile game that I have sentimental values towards, and just invented effects to mirror their effects from the game without being blatantly overpowered.
The Rising of the Shield Hero: This one is not a fully fleshed out viable archetype. I just decided to make some cards based on my perhaps favorite Light Novel.
- Shaman King: The archetype I put the most care into, as it's the reason I decided to make ORICAs in the first place. It's also the most mechanically complicated archetype I made, not for beginners. A Hao & X-Laws deck to be available later down the line.
So I tend to get creative when I get into any game. When it comes to Yu-gi-oh, I love the idea of inventing my own cards based on other franchises I love. Incorporating them together is always just a fun outlet for my imagination.
I always try to create them with 3 core concepts in mind when it comes to creating entire archetypes: Balance, Thematic, and Fun. A made-up archetype is only really viable as a playable deck if it's fun for both players in the Duel. The fake archetype can't be overpowered and the playstyle must make sense with the given franchise.
As setting up this page is still rather new to me, I'm still trying to figure out its organization. But in any case, I'll try to showcase them all in their final forms when I personally believe they're ready for actual gaming (I go back and edit effects a lot).
They're all free to print! You can print them all the pictures, cut them out, put them in sleeves over real cards, and playtest yourselves if you just wanna have fun with something new! I'd be honored if you did, actually. Or if you want a foiled version of any of them, you can buy them below or just ask by emailing email@example.com.