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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links: 7 Best Boxes To Buy (& 7 To Avoid)
Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Links is one of the most popular online simulators for Yu-Gi-Oh!, and one of the few official ones out there. Its unique format is a big draw, but if you're not careful you might wind up wasting your in-game currency on things you don't need.
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Gems are incredibly valuable, so unless you want to dump a lot of money in the game, it is important to know the best ways to spend them. In Duel Links, cards are obtained by opening booster packs in boxes, with each box containing different sets of cards. This list will tell you 5 of the best boxes to dig into, as well as 5 boxes you absolutely want to avoid.
Updated September 20th, 2020 by Morgan Austin: Recently, Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Links has announced that a new world will be coming to the game in late September. With this information revealed, players may want to look into updating their decks for new challenges. Luckily, new boxes have been added to the game as well, but some are much better than others. For players who might want to update their decks before the new world is added, here are a few more decks that are worth the gems, and some that players might want to skip over.
14 Avoid: Chaotic Compliance
Chaotic Compliance has a few good cards in it that players might want, like the spell card Double Summon, but as a main box, it's pretty weak. It even seems like it has more spell and trap cards to offer than actual monsters, which players don't always want.
Even the more powerful cards that players can get from this box, like ritual monsters, aren't that impressive compared to many other cards that the game has to offer. For players who like ritual summoning, there are many more ritual monsters that even have effects that would be more helpful in a duel than the ones from this box.
13 Best: Chronicle Of Glory
This box is a good buy for any players that might want to make a new deck centered around different kinds of cards. In Chronicle Of Glory, it offers quite a few powerful synchro and ritual monsters as well as quite a few useful effect monsters. Plenty of the UR and SR cards that are offered in this mini box can even point players in what direction they want a new deck to go in.
For instance, lots of the cards in this box are Megalith cards, and they even have effects that apply to other Megalith cards, so maybe players want to try those cards out. There are also quite a few Mathmech cards that can appeal to players who might like Cyberse cards.
12 Avoid: Flame Of The Tyrant
With the name of this box, it's no surprise that it's mainly centered around fire monsters. This might not interest some players, but even the players that really enjoy using fire monsters might not care about this box.
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Most of the monsters in here aren't super impressive, and they've become a bit outdated compared to newer cards that have been added to the game. The one card that's still pretty helpful and valuable in this box is The Golden Apples, which lets players gain LP from battle damage taken when they don't have monsters on the field, as well as adding a token. Still, the rest of the box can be pretty disappointing.
11 Best: Truth Universe
This box is great for two main reasons: Malefic monsters and D/D monsters. The Malefic monsters added to the game are great for getting powerful monsters on the field quickly since they can be special summoned by banishing their non-Malefic versions from the player's hand, deck, or extra deck.
Not only that, but the D/D monsters that have been added are great to use in a deck because so many of them have effects that help the player get more monsters on the field or gain more attack power. It's fairly easy to summon their D/D/D fusion types with great effects, and many of these cards are N or R rarity so they're fairly easy to get.
10 Avoid: Age Of Discovery
The first-ever mini-box released in Duel Links history is also one of the worst boxes in the game. Unlike its predecessor that contains cards still used to this day (such as Sphere Kuriboh and Sonic Bird), there is not a single card in "Age of Discovery" that has any kind of use outside of incredibly small niches.
Even the best card, Michizure, is a strictly worse version of another trap card in a much better box: Widespread Ruin, found in "Clash of Wings." Stray Lambs is a decent stall card at best, doing what other cards can do, but worse. Don't give this box a second thought.
9 Best: Future Horizons
"Future Horizons" has a fitting name, as many of the cards in this box are only going to get better as time goes on. As a main box, it has multiple archetypes included, with the two most noteworthy being Cyber Dragon and Superheavy Samurai.
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The Cyber Dragon cards are all incredibly powerful and can be complemented with Cyber Dragon Vier (obtained from ranked tickets). Also, the entire Superheavy Samurai deck is obtainable from this box alone. There's also Dark Magical Circle, one of the best Dark Magician cards, as well as Lefty and Righty Driver, which will get better as more synchros are added to the game.
8 Worst: Echoes Of Silence
Another mini box full of wasted potential. There is only one reason to even consider investing in this box, and that is for Silent Magician LV8. Even then, Silent Magician LV8, as well as the entire deck core for Silent Magician, is obtainable by purchasing the Spellbound Silence EX Structure Deck.
Not only is the card and deck past its prime, but all the other cards in the set are also virtually useless. They consist entirely of cards that will rarely resolve. Don't let the limited status of Massivemorph fool you, there's almost no value in Echoes of Silence.
7 Best: Lords Of Shining
"Lords of Shining" is the first mini box on this list that has a lot of value stuffed into it. Wiretap is a solid generic counter trap card for trap negations, and White Stone of Ancients is responsible for bringing Blue-Eyes decks to the forefront.
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The biggest reason to invest in this box, however, is the Darklord cards. Despite multiple cards being on the limited list, the deck continues to thrive due to the power of their monsters. Almost all of these have a hefty number of attack points. Since it's a mini box, it's a lot easier to collect all the cards needed for the deck.
6 Worst: Wonders Of The Sky
When the best card of a box is Desert Twister, a card with an incredibly specific summoning condition, that's when you know a box isn't worth your gems. While old school players might be attracted to Summoned Skull, don't let the nostalgia glasses fool you. Summoned Skull hasn't been good since the earliest formats of Yu-Gi-Oh, and Duel Links is no exception to this.
The only card that sees any kind of play from this box is Localized Tornado, and that's only in a very niche and gimmicky mill deck that isn't worth investing gems to build.
5 Best: Soul Of Resurrection
Part of the reason mini boxes are so good to dig into is that archetypes are generally fully available in just that one box. Soul of Resurrection has this in Shiranui. The entire archetype is obtainable from this box, and it's one of the best in the current game.
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Not only that, but it also comes with good generic zombie support in the way of Book of Life and Dragonecro Nethersoul Dragon. Raigeki Break is also a good generic removal card that can help set up the graveyard, something that will continue to become more important as the game goes on.
4 Worst: Land Of The Titans
"Land of The Titans" is another flop, containing almost no cards of any value. The best card in the box is Obedience Schooled. Even that's only because it could be good one day when Xyz monsters come around or when good Beast type synchros and tuners are added.
Needlebug Nest, a card that sends the top five cards of your deck to the graveyard is about the only relevant card in the entire box. Needlebug Nest, is also slightly more useful now due to the recent limiting of That Grass Looks Greener, so at the very least there's one card that... isn't the worst.
3 Best: Judgement Force
Judgement Force is one of the newest boxes and quickly became one of the best Duel Links has seen. It contains very powerful support for Blue-Eyes, with Maiden with Eyes of Blue, Sage with Eyes of Blue, and, the face of the box, Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon, all being included.
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Not only that, Lunalight and Lightsworn cards are also both in the box, with the latter being one of the best draw engines in the game currently. Cards like Glow-Up Bulb and the Orcust lineup are only going to get better as more cards enter the fray as well.
2 Worst: Electric Overload
The only main box on the negative side of this list, "Electric Overload" takes the prize for the worst box in the game. Its biggest claim to fame, Treeborn Frog, was already irrelevant when it was added. No card in the entire box sees any kind of play. That's partially because the box includes the Ice Barrier and Genex archetypes, widely considered to be some of the worst archetypes in all of Yu-Gi-Oh.
It is a main box, which means that if you want a specific card from this box (for whatever reason) it'll be even harder to get. You'll end up wasting way too many gems for it to be worth it. Sorry XYZ Dragon fans.
1 Best: Dark Dimension
With the introduction of the Dark Side of Dimensions world, Duel Links would receive one of the most meta-defining boxes in the game's history. This main box contained multiple powerful archetypes, including Gravekeepers, Magician Girls, Thunder Dragons, and most importantly; Invoked.
The Invoked engine quickly became one of the best engines in the game with how splashable it was. Elementsabers, also included in the box, let players play the deck in a purer version. Dark Dimension came loaded with tons of powerful, meta-defining cards that are still incredibly powerful to this day. There's practically no worthless high rarity card, making it one of the best boxes in the history of Duel Links.
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