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Doomkaiser Dragon
Card# CSOC-EN043

Doomkaiser Dragon's effect isn't just for Zombie World duelists: remember that its effect can swipe copies of Plaguespreader Zombie, too!
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The Challenge: Type A Responses -
  A few weeks back, I had issued a challenge to all the readers out there. My challenge was to come up with the best Yu-Gi-Oh! Type A deck. Let's see how some of you intrepid readers fared, shall we?

The Challenge: The Pro Circuit -
  Ready for more Organized Play information, friends? So far, we have covered premier events, and this week we're going to look at the Pro Circuit.

The Challenge: Organized Play Part 2, Premier Events -
  What are premier events? They would best be described as events that go beyond the normal scope of weekly tournaments . . .

The Challenge: Organized Play, the Overview -
  To make sure that everyone is on even footing and knows what is going on, let’s start out by answering, “What is Organized Play?”

Nasty Waters Ahead -
  With the release of Invasion of Chaos, Water attribute monsters are getting a huge boost. In fact, they are getting such a boost that I would go so far as to say that they are going to become a tournament-viable archetype with this set release.

What Does the Future Hold in Store? -
  As many people who know me are aware, I'm a huge proponent of variation in Yu-Gi-Oh!, especially in the Constructed scene. I am always hoping for the next set that will spice things up and provide some much needed diversity in the tournament scene.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Draft: Using Cards You Never Knew Existed -
  Perhaps the best thing about drafting, especially when you are drafting a new set, is getting to see and use the cards for the first time. Drafting gets your brain thinking of combos and deck ideas that most people won’t normally think of.

Commentary and New Decks -
  I decided it was time to go completely against the grain and try building a deck that has been tried before, but with a new twist. The concept of a "Mill," or Deck Destruction deck, has been around for years in various trading card games . . .

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