The Professor swearing about Yu-Gi-Oh cards - Amusing video

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Posted on Nov. 20, 2022, 2:05 p.m. by TypicalTimmy

The Professor is with some new friends as he reviews and attempts to gauge the overall power of Yu-Gi-Oh cards. In this video he inevitably begins to break down and just starts dropping S and F bombs.

I have never actually heard him swear before within video format, and actually found it really amusing.

Figured maybe the community here too would also get a good laugh out of it. Enjoy :)

marco-piatti says... #2

Well i totally see why. In mtg a card like Wheel of Misfortune is considered to have a complex textbox. In yu gi oh every single card has way more line of text. The game is totally broken right now and it's a shame because it could have been (imo) super fun if they kept it simple.

November 21, 2022 2:35 a.m.

Niko9 says... #3

Ha, I do love when the prof swears : ) I feel like he always straddles that fence of professional critic and casual super fan, and leaving in some of both sides really makes it fun and interesting.

And yep, I actually just started master duel recently as my first experience with ygo, and the power level is a little nuts, but at the same time, the accessibility does a lot to mitigate. In a couple weeks of casual play and not knowing anything, I've been able to make decks that are competitive with the meta, for free. I like magic as a system and lore a lot better, and power creep is nuts in ygo, but honestly, that power creep and card over-design doesn't sting as much without the price tag of Urza's Saga or Ragavan or something.

November 21, 2022 8:42 p.m.

Epidilius says... #4

The LGS I frequent has a really good Yu-Gi-Oh group. They are about 50 players, they play the GOAT format, and they actively chase away players who exhibit bad behaviour (like being creepy, not showering, etc etc).

Not really relevant to the topic (sorry about that), but I just found out about all this stuff yesterday haha.

November 21, 2022 10:17 p.m.

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