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Yugioh Archetypes: Exodia The Forbidden One

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Chances are that if you ask someone what they can remember from Yu-gi-oh, they will typically say that they can remember Blue-Eyes White Dragon or Dark Magician, but they can possibly say that they remember the god amongst cards, Exodia, The Forbidden One. Most people who have seen the show can remember the phrase, “Exodia Obliterate!” However in the TCG not only are all five pieces of Exodia limited to one, but they are some decks revolving around Exodia that are not to be used in tournaments because it is too powerful and no duelist would want to sit through a half hour first turn, especially with how fast the TCG has become in the recent years.

There is still a monster  that is a part of the Exodia archetype that is legal in tournaments named Exodia Necross that cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects and gains 500 attack during each standby phase. It can be destroyed easily, however, because in order to have it on the field you need all five pieces of Exodia in the graveyard to special summon it, and if one of the five pieces is out of the graveyard, then Exodia Necross gets destroyed.

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