Aggressive decks that have a combo element tend to come up way less frequently than basically every other archetype and, as a result, many people don't know when or why you should play an Aggro-Combo deck over something like a straight Aggro deck or a straight Control deck.
Aggro-control deck is the aptly-named deck archetype for a hybrid between an aggro deck and a control deck. An aggro-control deck's game plan is to play enough creatures to kill the opponent in a reasonable number of turns (e.g. a "five-turn clock"), then protect those creatures through disruption for that many turns to win the game.
Aggro, meaning a quick, aggressive deck that aims to kill off the opponent. Control, meaning a deck that takes its time and aims to win in the long game. Combo, meaning a deck that puts together some combination of cards that secures the game near-instantly. But, of course, these are no ordinary, stock Modern decks.
Wood decks can chip and bubble if you use the wrong product, so you need to choose your paint type wisely. Pick a type of paint that provides a natural finish. A thick coating of oil-based paint helps you fill in cracks and gaps on your deck surface, creating a high-quality aesthetic.
In each Card Monsters deck, you have slots for 8 monsters and 8 items. When you prepare to build a deck, you want to make sure you aren’t too heavy on one type of card or another. During gameplay you have two spots for Magic/Ranged monsters and one slot for Magic/Melee monsters.
Trap Cards are vital in a Yugioh deck. They can be used to throw your opponent off guard, and let you get the upper hand. A common way to build a deck is to have 1/4 of your deck be Trap Cards (the other 1/4 should be Spell Cards, and the rest should be Monster Cards).
Control decks represent the polar opposite of aggro decks. Where aggro decks strive for speed, control decks are geared for the long game. While aggro decks win by executing their own game plan, control decks focus on shutting down the opponent, and win the game later, at their own convenience.
The Extra Deck is separate from the Main Deck and is placed face-down in the Extra Deck Zone. Like the Main Deck, the number of cards in the Extra Deck is public knowledge. Unlike the Main Deck, a player may look through their own Extra Deck at any time.