Hey, why did he play that card anyway?
Wind monsters are the best in the Yu-Gi-Oh trading card game, now fight me.
Nah, I’m not seriously going to start a physical or verbal argument on whether Wind monsters are the best in the game; it’s just my opinion they have the greatest potential. Afterall, why else would Konami release Wind archetypes with a few good members, only to never release the cards needed to give the archetype its “final touches” as other decks get swarmed with support?
Hello, ladies and gentlebots. My name is Mist87, and in case you haven’t put the puzzle pieces together yet, I’m a Yu-Gi-Oh enthusiast, one those Yu-Gi-Oh fans who tries to appreciate the T.V. while creating and exploring the card game in real life. Even though I’ve played other archetypes over the course of my dueling career (I used to run Scraps and Naturia; I currently have Fire Kings and Metaphys in my arsenal), I’ve always found myself attracted to those with the attribute Green.
I love to tell stories on how my brother and I used to buy the cards because we saw the T.V. show, without even knowing how to play the game 0_0. We got a rule book and played to the best of our ability, using a group of poorly assembled cards collected from booster packs. My “boss monster” during those days was Empress Mantis, a 2200 Attack Wind monster that I buffed with the Rising Air Current Field Spell. I collected other monsters to fit the theme of my strongest monster, and I was overjoyed when I got Luster Dragon #2. Then when I finally got my hands on some Harpies, I knew I was in love with the archetype (And for the record, I didn’t dress up as Mai Valentine for Halloween or anything. I think I went the route of running three copies of Harpie’s Brother and imagining myself as her boyfriend…).
And this leads to the point of this blog, which you probably followed through the bread of crumbs on Hubpages (Zeron87), or my inspirations of strategy on Pojo.com (Mist87): I want to spread my knowledge about this game that’s become a huge part of my life, and if I make more friends along the way, that would be a huge bonus ;). I don’t know what keeps me playing this game… Is it because I have dreams that the reality of the T.V. will have some crazy influence on our world? Who knows. Am I hunting for a niche to use as an outlet to inform people of my existence? Most likely. Am I in love with bird women and hope one day I will magically turn into a male harpie and fly with my true kind? Definitely. So, if you also share delusions of being Seto Kaibo (Or Yami Yugi, I guess), play because you want your voice to be heard, or secretly dream of being reborn a Harpie, welcome to the MistValleyBlogger. Let’s keep in touch ^_^.