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Imagine a universe of powerful monsters fearful booby traps andmagnificent spells Yu-Gi-Oh gives you the chance to live in thisuniverse through a strategic card game Low level and high levelmonsters of your choice some with special powers some with brutestrength come to life through your cards They can be strengthened byspells and backed up by traps for extra advantage There are alsopowerful fusions that allow some monsters to combine their existence andbecome one monster with tremendous power and sometimes fear-strikingeffects We will discussing how to play with cards up to 5Ds level butwill not be discussing Zexal cardsTo begin this card game you need to create your own deck consisting of40-60 cards You are also allowed an extra deck that contains no morethan 15 cards but an extra deck is purely optional To create your deckyou can buy a structure deck which usually consists of 40-50 cards andis pre-constructed around a theme such as dragon warrior etc Thethemes go on and on you just need to choose yours Another option youhave is buying booster packs that are based around a theme just like thestructure deck but a booster pack contains 9 cards In a deck of 40cards a perfect balance of cards is 20 monsters 12 spells and 8traps however it is completely up to you on how many cards of each typeof card Now we will discuss the types of cards First off we will discuss themonster cardsThe description of a monster card from top to bottom is asfollows at the top is a bar that contains the monsters name andattribute earth light etc then under that bar is the level of themonster portrayed by stars if the level is 6 or seven then the monsterrequires the tribute of one monster however if the level is 8 or morethen the monster will require two cards to summon The only exceptionsto this case are cards that tell otherwise ie Egyptian God cards whichrequire 3 cards
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