You've got your treats lined up for the month, so now it's time for some tricks! Or in this case, some pranks. Phantom Rage releases November 6th and it brings the one thing the Prank-Kids were missing: a Link 1.
With that missing piece in place, the deck can find even better 1-card plays. Can this rogue strategy make it back to the big leagues now that it can Link climb to victory? Check out the video to find out!
There might have been a reason why Konami waited so long to give Prank-Kids a Link 1. For experienced players, this deck's incredibly good with a myriad of plays and comebacks. But if you're picking it up for the first time it could be difficult to learn. The number of actions you can take, on your turn and your opponent's, is so high that it's very easy to make a mistake, even wiping your own board.
On top of the challenge factor, a skilled opponent will know when to step in and stop you before you get going. With less than a month before the key card's release, now might be the perfect time to pick up Prank-Kids and get in some reps with the deck.