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Post by Punkapunkin on Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:22 pm

I've been looking at a whole lot of different cards recently & there's a really neat set of cards called "charmers" & "familiar-possessed". I was only really interested when I saw that it included one of my favorite monsters, Gigobyte. It's an archetype (while incomplete, still an archetype with at least some support & neat combos) with spellcasters & their apprentice monsters focused on summoning a charmer & then special summoning a whole bunch of apprentice cards. The apprentice monsters have really nice graveyard effects that allow them to special summon one another from the deck or from the graveyard & you can XYZ summon with ease for rank 4 monsters. My favorite of the charmers is Hiita because her apprentice is fox fire & inari fire. 
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