All posts tagged Team Gates

Hey there Kaijudo Duelists, Aiden Thorne here, and I’m bringing you the results of the KMCs this weekend! This second week was a little bit less diverse than the first, but it was still impressive none the less! I’ll be going to my KMC this up coming Saturday in Poughkeepsie, NY so hopefully I’ll see some of you there! I also have a new picture—no longer shall you suffer from my zoomed in face! There were only 3 events this weekend, and sadly one almost fell entirely off of the radar. The results might not come as too much of Read more

  Hey there Kaijudo Duelists, Aiden Thorne here, and I’m bringing you the results of the KMCs this weekend! First though, I must apologize for once again showing you a zoomed in picture of my! I took a new one… we just didn’t have the chord to connect it to my computer… It will change eventually, I promise! My predictions were pretty accurate, but then again it wasn’t too hard to guess that the popular decks were well represented! One of the decks that was well represented in KY went on to being represented in TX the next day; I’m Read more

Hey there Kaijudo duelists, Aiden Thorne here, and I am bringing you my second Alter Reality Games article! Last time I went over a few of the most popular decks that were likely to be all over the place at KMCs, but this time I’m going to be teaching you to build decks that keep your wallet as happy as possible. Now when I say budget I don’t mean a deck that costs $150, I mean a deck that is going to cost you less than $50. Kaijudo has been one the cheapest TCGs out there so far and that Read more

Hey there fellow Kaijudo duelists, Aiden Thorne here, and this will be my first article as an official member of the Alter Reality Games team! The Kaijudo community has been in an upheaval lately while everyone is trying to finalize their decks for the upcoming Kaijudo Master Challenges (KMCs). As most of you probably know, KMCs are the 24 tournaments hosted throughout the United States and Canada that allow you to qualify for the Kaijudo Championship. This is a pretty big deal, and for many this will be their first time at a large tournament; so I’m going to do Read more

Kaijudo Meta Analysis – Follow Up Due to length issues on the first installment I was forced to remove most of the more detailed points and deck strategies, because of this I feel it didn’t get the point across that I had intended. So we’ll be going over each archetype as well as delving into the strategy and intricacies behind the decks! I’ve found players who think that the current meta is a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors, and I’m not sure if this is just from a lack of diversity in their play environment or a misconception about generic builds. There Read more