Top 5 Cards from Eternity Code

Eternity Code has been a long time coming in New Zealand. (Insert ETERNITY joke here).
With Eternity Code Premiere Events! happening across New Zealand this weekend (20-21 June 2020) no doubt New Zealand’s Duelists are going to be ready to fiend some packs.

But what should you be looking for? What should I trade? Why is this card ridiculously shiny?

Here are the Top 5 cards from Eternity Code that you should be keeping a Millennium Eye out for.

A common sight in the upcoming meta.
  1. Parallel Exceed

    With any new set, shinier is usually better right? Not when it comes to Parrallel Exceed. This COMMON card is something you’ll want to grab a play-set of . Slotting in to any deck that runs links, it offers an almost free Rank-4 XYZ summon, or Link fodder for climbing into our next card. Grab 3.
I am inevitable.

2. Accesscode Talker

Set cover cards tend to be hit-or-miss in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG, and Accesscode Talker hits hard. Very Hard.
The final evolution of the “Code Talker” link monsters, this is Link-4 monsters requiring only 2+ monsters, making accessible for any deck. A destruction effect that can’t be responded to. Attack gain. Combined with Transcode Talker/Update Jammer means a clear path to 10,000+ damage. Grab 1.

You won’t like me when I’m kross…

3. Linkross

Linkross is already banned in the Japanese OCG, and for good reason. Crystron Halqifibrax and Mecha Phantombeast Auroradon are already a deadly token generating combo – adding Linkross makes token machine go burrr even harder. Grab 1 in defiance of OCG.

Oh, good Four-tune.

4. Girsu, the Orcust Mekk-Knight

Dark. Machine. 4 Star. 1800 attack. Dumps Orcusts or World Legacys to the grave. (Potential) Tuner. Token maker. This card would be downright broken (if it wasn’t already) if Ib, The World Chalice Justicar wasn’t banned. Grab 3 for Orcust, otherwise shift.

Netflix too? Hahaha Just kidding, unless…

5. Ghost Mourner & Moonlit Chill

Take a chill moment to end on the newest “Ghost Girl”: Ghost Netflix & Moonlit Chill. Effect negation and a possible burn effect is why you’ll see this card in future side decks. Collectors (and weebs) despair, this card comes in ultra mega special Starlight rarity. Sell a Starlight Rare and Grab 3 Secret Rares with enough change to cover the rest of your Eternity Code wants and a good night out.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Eternity Code Premiere Event
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June 2020

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