I hath becometh a Yu-Gi-Zoomer: Ecclesia and other waifu

Wednesday, 6 Apr 2022

I’m writing this entry to test if I can put some images (no fancy layout, though). All of the previous entries are just pure text. Let’s see how it goes by putting some waifu. Yu-Gi-Oh Waifu!

On late January 2022, the Japanese entertainment conglomerate and video game company Komoney released Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. I had a little real-life Yu-Gi-Oh experience previously, but it all was just about playing (old and outdated) waifu decks. The habit continues to Master Duel when I discover more waifu. Here are some of my favorites so far.


Dogmatika Ecclesia, the Virtuous Incredible Ecclesia, the Virtuous

Her name shall be mentioned on the title.

Despite being the same Ecclesia. The two cards come from different archetypes. The lore around it is so cool. They’re also related to other archetypes such as Tri-Brigade, Springans, Despia, Swordsoul, and probably other archetypes I have no knowledge of. Komoney really should invest in anime or other media that explain this lore! They’re keep making anime to promote the cards, and probably to younger audience.

Sera and Rafflesia

Traptrix Sera Traptrix Rafflesia

They’re from the Traptrix archetype. I use this archetype very frequently because I like the idea of luring my enemies (or myself, actually) into cute anime girls who turn out to have very dangerous traps set.


Madame Verre Rilliona

The smug queen Witchcrafter Madame Verre is probably a lolibaba. The second card, Rilliona, is supposed to be her younger self. But doesn’t it make it cooler?


Teardrop the Rikka Queen

I like her because, well, not much reasoning, it’s just very cute and very anime.

Yes, that’s it. That was me posting some waifu by testing my website feature as an excuse.

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