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Best Dark Magician Deck in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel

It's time for D-D-D-D-Dark Magician!

If you watched the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” anime as a kid, you likely stood by in awe as Yugi summoned Dark Magician. In the anime, the faithful warlock was always there to turn the tides when the cards weren’t in Yugi’s favor. But, little did we know, summoning in the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game is more complicated than we first thought.

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Enter: Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel.

For those who may want to build a deck centered around the infamous Dark Magician, look no further. It’s not a deck for anyone who wants to win quickly — in fact, it will be built around the concept of preventing the opponent from gaining unnecessary ground, leading to a slow, methodical victory.

Best Cards to Build a Dark Magician Deck

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, you will need the following cards to properly build a Dark Magician deck. It’s worth noting that this is a rather expensive deck to build, but if that doesn’t scare you off …

Main Deck

  • Dark Magician — x3
  • Effect Veiler — x1
  • Magicians’ Souls — x3
  • Magician’s Rod — x3
  • Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring — x3
  • Dark Magician Girl — x1
  • Apprentice Illusion Magician — x3
  • Dark Magic Attack — x1
  • The Eye of Timaeus — x3
  • Magicalized Fusion — x1
  • Dark Magical Circle — x3
  • Called by the Grave — x1
  • Soul Servant — x3
  • Secrets of Dark Magic — x1
  • Magician Navigation — x1
  • Solemn Judgment — x3
  • Solemn Strike — x3
  • Eternal Soul — x2
  • Magicians’ Combination — x1

Extra Deck

  • Amulet Dragon — x1
  • Dark Magician the Dragon Knight — x2
  • Number 11: Big Eye — x1
  • Ebon Illusion Magician — x2
  • Link Spider — x3
  • Linkuriboh — x1
  • Akashic Magician — x1
  • Security Dragon — x1
  • Wee Witch’s Apprentice — x1
  • Selene, Queen of the Master Magicians — x1
  • Accesscode Talker — x1

So there you have it! With these cards, you have a deck that even Yugi himself would be proud of. Now, you just need to put it into practice. It’s time to duel!

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James Herd
James has been playing games for as long as he can remember. His first game was either The Lion King or The Mask for the SNES. He has since grown into the biggest apologist for JRPGs and he wants to be Yoko Taro for Halloween.