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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links keeps bringing the heat, as the Flame of the Tyrant set released some new cards the other day. Different cards equate to potential strategies for all sorts of deck ideas out there.

At first glance, this particular set has mostly FIRE monsters, but there are some other goodies worth adding to your collection.

Card List


Tyrant Dragon
Rigorous Reaver
Emissary of the Afterlife
Gaia Soul the Combustible Collective
The Golden Apples
Legion the Fiend Jester
Master Craftsman Gamil
The Agent of Creation – Venus
Warm Worm
Sergeant Electro
The Trojan Horse
Flame Ruler
Infernal Flame Emperor
The Thing in the Crater
Frontier Wiseman
Pinch Hopper
Spirit Ryu
Possessed Dark Soul
Iron Blacksmith Kotetsu
Dark Balter the Terrible
Ryu Senshi
Warrior Dai Grepher
Burning Spear
Sword Hunter
Flame Ogre
Firestorm Prominence
Insect Princess
Dark Effigy
Flame Spirit Ignis
Poki Draco
Cosmo Queen
Little Chimera
Blast Asmodian
Empress Mantis
Worm Bait
Mystical Shine Ball
Twin-Headed Fire Dragon
Sword of the Soul-Eater

Some Noteworthy Cards

Without a doubt, this Flame of the Tyrant set has plenty of solid cards in their own right, but there are a few that stand out from the crowd. Most of all, count yourself lucky if you happen to pull any of these game-changers.

Tyrant Dragon

Tyrant Dragon
Gosh, this dragon is no pushover. Rather, it earns the “poster monster” status for a reason. In addition to having high stats, this dragon also boasts the ability to attack two monsters in one turn and can protect itself from opposing Traps that target it. Therefore, Tyrant Dragon embodies the tyrant portion of its name well.

Rigorous Reaver

Rigorous Reaver
A scary-looking monster, Rigorous Reaver attacks the hand of both players by forcing a discard, and it also weakens any monster that destroys it. With this monster, wreak all sorts of havoc in your matches!

The Agent of Creation – Venus & Mystical Shine Ball

The Agent of Creation - VenusMystical Shine Ball
First of all, at one point in Yu-Gi-Oh! history, these two cards worked in tandem to create a full board of monsters to create an advantage. Therefore, their capabilities are still relevant here.

The Golden Apples

The Golden Apples
As they say, apples are good for you. Hence, this even applies to card games as well. Particularly relevant, the player turns that direct attack into something that restores the damage you take AND gives you a token for all kinds of purposes.

The Thing in the Crater

The Thing in the Crater
Wow, how spooky and so fitting. Like its namesake, the element of surprise is a powerful weapon in card games. So spring a significant threat to your opponent by letting this card bite the dust.

Iron Blacksmith Kotetsu

Iron Blacksmith Kotetsu
Frankly, I am a sucker for card advantage. Most noteworthy, this monster “toolboxes” for an Equip Spell you need, which thins your deck and sets you up for success.

Pinch Hopper

Pinch Hopper
Well, there are people out there who happen to like bugs enough to build a deck around them. Due to how bugs work in this game, this card embodies the “tricky” aspect they represent in the Yu-Gi-Oh! world.

Warrior Dai Grepher

Warrior Dai Grepher
So as a “beatstick,” this monster has great stats at the moment for Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. Not every card needs a fancy effect to be good.

Keep Your Eyes Peeled

Now bear in mind – players should look for other great cards in this set and not just the ones mentioned. It is all about the kind of deck(s) you want to build. See you all in Duel World!

Yu-Gi-Oh! card images belong to Konami.

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