Originally, I intended on writing a post directed to how you can make use of an upcoming generic Rank 4 Exceed Monster. Yes, if you still haven’t notice the insanity of Gagaga Gunman in one of the best old time decks Infernities you better brush up your knowledge on that. May you be an Infernities lover, neutral to them, or hate them Gunman will be a very useful card to have in your storage of arsenals. To be honest, Gunman is the only card that has kept me interested in YGO this week. Everything else is, you know, same ‘ol same ‘ol. How much would Infernities impact the future formats? I don’t see how they can take over having lost their best weapon, Trishula, and possibly losing Brionac as well in the coming banned lists. But Gagaga Gunman will certainly see a lot of play and perhaps a deck of its own might emerge. Whatever it is do get a copy of that cool looking cowboy. Or better still get copies of it.
End of introduction. Initially, like I have mentioned above, I wanted to write a post on how to combo with Gagaga Gunman but I came across a couple of bloggers that have written about it and has done a good job. I see no point on repeating this. Instead, this post will be an advertising post for them. First blogger being the legendary grandmaster Baha. Check out his old Infernities Ouroboros video to see how the combo works. Just replace Verz Ouroboros with Gagaga Gunman and there you have it. If you find Infernities annoying, I would advise you to get an extra table so you don’t need to flip the one your laptop or desktop is on. Anyhow, go and check it out! I don’t need to introduce Dueling Days do I? LOL!!!
The second blogger that has written about Gagaga Gunman would be Leodip. If you prefer articles over videos so that you can remember the steps or jot them down, go ahead and visit his blog. Leodip has written a couple of alternative routes you can take while performing the combo. All and all, do check out his blog as well. You can find it in my blog roll, it’s called Blog YGO. And that’s all for today. I hope you find the loop interesting and credits to both Baha and Leodip for doing a good job on ‘em articles. Thank you for dropping by!