I was able to get more time in with DevPro, and it's pretty amazing. From what I've seen, it's very hard, if not impossible to run into a bunch of trolls who don't even play correctly. A great part of this program is that you can save a replay of every game and upload it later on. It's been quite a few years since I was able to upload a duel, but with it being so easy with DevPro, expect to see many more. Most people know me as a Saber player, so here's my first DevPro video.
If you're anything like me, you don't always have the time, cards, and/or opportunity to get out to locals or gather with friends for a few games. A lot of players turn to online dueling to try new decks, test new cards they don't have yet, or just to have some fun. You can find my article about online dueling HERE. I recently found out about a new program that takes all the work out of online dueling, called YGOPro, and even though I haven't had much time to mess with it yet, it looks pretty great and easy to use.
Since I really can't say a lot about it yet, I'll leave it to you to check it out if you haven't done so already. Take a look at DevPro admin, AccessDenied's blog at DevPro.org to see some interesting articles and get acquainted with YGOPro DevPro.
It's been quite a while, but if there's anything that can get me back on the yugiwebs, it's ban list season. I'm sure you all know the list we'll be playing with for the next six months, and I'm sure a lot of you are just as unhappy about it as I am. The list doesn't affect my deck, but it affects me as a player. First, lets take a look at the changes.