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1 Kyohack Deck Rundown February 2013 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:50 pm


Introduction to Kyohack Deck Rundown
Hello I am Kyohack and I am here to introduce you to my new series of articles; called Kyohack Deck Rundowns. I will feature decks, run through cards, and identify strengths and weaknesses along with extra things. So hang tight and enjoy!

This Months Deck:
Fire Fists

February! The month of love. Men and women are getting heated together as us YugiNerdz are messing around with scorching new archetypes. Including Fire Fist and Fire Kings.

"Fire Fist", known as "Flame Star " in the OCG is an archetype of FIRE Beast-Warrior-Type monsters first introduced in the as Magazine Promotional Cards but from different magazines, and later expanded in Cosmo Blazer. In the OCG, every "Fire Fist" monster, except "Horse Prince", "Lion Emperor", and "Spirit", are named after the 108 heroes of Water Margin, the "108 Stars of Destiny". Only 36 "Heavenly Spirits" seem more important than the 72 "Earthly Fiends", and "Horse Prince", "Lion Emperor", and "Spirit" are characters from the novel while the "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap Cards are named after celestial.
- Yugioh Wiki

Play Style:

Fire Fists are a very interesting set of monster cards. The Fire Fist monsters by themselves indirectly support each other while a set of Fire Formation Spell/Trap Cards support the archetype as a whole. Fire Fist monsters all share effects that somehow manipulate Fire Formation cards from all over. The most prominent Fire Fist monster cards are control based being able to delete monsters and traps on the field to beat down on the opponent.



Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Raven
If this card is sent from the field to the Graveyard: You can Set 1 "Fire Formation" Spell Card directly from your Deck. Face-up "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap Cards you control cannot be destroyed by your opponent's card effects.
Fire Fist Raven is a good card however it's stats don't fit with the rest of the Fire Fist monsters. With the low attack it will get no benefits from Fire Formation attack boost. With high defense setting it won't be the best way to get it to the grave. However it's effect is nifty.
Effect: 8/10 - The effect is useful being able to set a Fire Formation card from your deck. And can also protect them from Heavy Storm and MST.
Stats: 3/10 - Being a level 3 in a level 4 oriented deck isn't fantastic. It's stats should be reversed to make it a better card.
Overall: 6/10 - Not a bad card, but there are better cards in the archetype. However this could make a good tech in some Fire Fist.
Recommendation: Don't Run any.

Brotherhood of the Fire Fist - Snake
Once per turn, if a "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap Card(s) is sent to your Graveyard (except during the Damage Step): You can Set 1 "Fire Formation" Trap Card directly from your Deck. Once per turn, if you control no other monsters: You can send 2 face-up "Fire Formation" Spell/Trap Cards you control to the Graveyard; draw 1 card.
The card that attempts to be a good draw power card but fails in every aspect of it. This card requires to much set up for such a lackluster effect. Trashing a stat boost and field support for a single card is just bad. -1 if anything.
Effect: 3/10 - The effect is utterly useless rarely will you ever use it and when you do your going to draw into a card that utilizes Fire Formation cards better.
Stats: 8/10 - It has one thing going for it, it's one sexy beater. It can easily turn into a 2000 beater to get over monsters like TKRO and Alius.
Overall: 4/10 - Not even mediocre card. Extremely situational and not even an effect that can really help you.
Recommendation: Don't Run Any

~Work In Progress~

Last edited by KyoGotSwagger on Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:54 pm; edited 8 times in total

2 Re: Kyohack Deck Rundown February 2013 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:19 pm


They truelly are tough, ty I have been planning on using them for a while now but didn't know how to, this helps alot :)

3 Re: Kyohack Deck Rundown February 2013 on Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:58 pm


I would reccomend putting the effects or images in a spoiler, takes up less space.

otherwise, looks good atm Very Happy

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