Yu-Gi-Oh Cards – Oppressed People and Huge Revolution
The Yu-Gi-Oh franchise is a game where characters solve problems using various games. The protagonist is a boy named Yugi Mutou, who awakens a gambling alter-ego within him that solves conflicts. He is also referred to as the “Game King” or “Yu-Gi-O.”
Yu-Gi-Oh consists of a manga series, anime, and trading card game. The original series is written and illustrated by Kazuki Takahashi and was first published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine between September 1996 and March 2004.
Cards associated with the franchise:
Aside from the various cards and reprints released in the series, there are some cards that appear in the franchise that don’t seem to fit into any of the existing archetypes. These include the “Oppressed People” monsters and the Trap card “Huge Revolution”.
Oppressed People is a Normal Monster that is Shui (Water) type. This means that it can only be Summoned with a Water-type Spell or Trap. It is a very powerful monster and can be difficult to beat with any other card.
The card is very easy to make, requiring you to summon “Dark Doriado” and then Normal Summon 3 Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water monsters from your deck. Once you do, the card can then be activated to send all cards in your opponent’s hand to the graveyard and destroy all cards your opponent controls on the field.
This trap card is extremely simple to create and can be used very effectively against opponents who tend to play decks with cards that have trouble getting destroyed. However, this card can only be activated during the main phase of YOUR turn, so it’s important to be careful when attempting to activate this.
Another card that’s pretty straightforward to use is the United Resistance monster. This is a Lei type monster that can only be Summoned with Yin (Fire) type Spells or Traps. It’s a very powerful card, and it’s a good way to keep some attackers in check.
In addition, there’s a couple of other monsters that aren’t quite as straightforward to get down, but they’re still pretty fun to play. The Ultimate Obedient Fiend, for example, is a cool looking dragon that doesn’t actually obey anyone. The other is a pretty fun looking death knight style fiend, Mefist the Infernal General. These monsters are all great to have in your collection!