Leftover Deck #1

In Yugioh you require a Deck to play. A deck can be between forty and eighty cards plus an extra deck which contains special monsters, these being Fusion, Synchro, XYZ and Link monsters. I’ve realised that I need to keep my decks recorded somewhere and I’d usually use a notebook but then I remembered the internet is infinite and although my data on this site is limited I have plenty of easily accessible space.

This deck was created from the cards that I still had after years of not collecting so the cards were a little bit of a random mish-mash but I tried to get cards that worked well together.

Leftover Deck #1

  • Battle Ox x2
  • Beaver Warrior
  • Celtic Guardian
  • Gaia The Fierce Knight
  • Gazelle The King Of Mythical Beasts
  • Giant Soldier Of Stone
  • Molten Behemoth
  • Mystic Horseman
  • Warrior Dai Grepher
  • Warrior Of Zera
  • Winged Dragon, Guardian Of The Fortress
  • Arcane Archer Of The Forest
  • Dummy Golem
  • Gear Golem The Moving Fortress
  • Guardian Statue
  • Hade-Hane
  • Horus The Black Flame Dragon LV4
  • Inferno
  • Little Chimera
  • Monk Fighter
  • Nanobreaker
  • Raging Flame Sprite
  • Sand Moth
  • Sonic Bird x2
  • Swift Birdman Joe
  • UFO Turtle
  • Ultimate Baseball Kid
  • Black Luster Soldier
  • Black Luster Ritual
  • Card Destruction
  • Gaia Power x2
  • Legendary Black Belt
  • Samsara
  • Shield & Sword
  • The Reliable Guardian
  • Backfire
  • Super Junior Confrontation

This deck was going for a bit of an earth type theme but I didn’t have the cards to do it properly so a bit of Fire and Wind got in there too. The Black Luster Soldier mixed with Gaia Power gives this deck it’s real strength which is complimented by the Sonic Birds and Samsara. Swift Birdman Joe makes the Wind monsters a little more useful with his ability. This deck’s main weakness is a lack of traps.

This is a Forty card deck.

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