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The King's Eyes


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Posted on Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:16 am


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Deck Format:
October 2014

Deck List:
Monsters [16]
3 Blue-Eyes White Dragon
1 Black Luster Solider - Envoy of the Beginning
1 Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon
1 Darkstorm Dragon
2 Divine Dragon Apolcralyph
1 Eclipse Wyvern
1 Lightpulsar Dragon
2 Maiden With Eyes of Blue
1 Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon
2 Red-Eyes Wyvern
2 Summoner Monk
2 White Stone of Legend

Spells [15]
1 Burial From A Different Dimension
3 Dragon Shrine
1 Dragon's Mirror
2 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Raigeki
3 Silver's Cry
3 Trade-In
1 Upstart Goblin

Traps [6]
2 Call of the Haunted
2 Champion's Vigilance
1 Compulsory Evacuation Device
1 Solemn Warning
1 Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon
1 Five-Headed Dragon
1 Ally of Justice Catastor
1 Armades, Keeper of Boundaries
2 Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Star Eater
1 Trident Dragion
1 Daigusto Emeral
1 Divine Dragon Knight Felgrand
1 Lavalval Chain
1 Maestroke The Symphony Djinn
1 Number 66: Master Key Beetle
1 Thunder End Dragon

2 D.D. Crow
2 Effect Veiler
2 Maxx "C"
2 Breakthrough Skill
2 Debunk
1 Starlight Road
3 Trap Stun
1 Stardust Dragon

Deck Information:
This deck is a hyper offensive deck, designed to run over the opponent as quickly as possible, while sustaining whatever injuries the opponent dishes out. The deck is focused a lot on manipulating the Graveyard to achieve victory, and is not easily run over, forcing opponents to be a bit more crafty when dealing with it.

The central focus of the deck is the use of Blue-Eyes White Dragon, a viable choice considering the new Blue-Eyes support added to the game some months ago. However, while Blue-Eyes is a great choice for a deck, it is hard to build and master, leaving a lot of people frustrated, and as a result, making them give up on the deck. This is reflected in the fact that Blue-Eyes decks aren't run as commonly as they could be, though it gives the deck the benefit of surprise, as many opponents won't know exactly how to counter the deck, or move around its many combos. Below is a list of just a few of the combos that make this deck so fearsome.

The first combo will require having the Spell Card, Dragon Shrine, as well as either Lightpulsar Dragon or Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning in your hand. Dragon Shrine is basically this deck's exclusive Foolish Burial. It will send a Dragon-Type monster to the Graveyard, and then will send an additional Dragon-Type monster to the Graveyard if the first Dragon sent is a Normal Monster. Now, obviously you can just send a Blue-Eyes and be quite dandy, getting an additional send. However, there is a better play for this. First, send Darkstorm Dragon to the Graveyard. Darkstorm is a Gemini Monster, meaning he's treated as a Normal Monster on the Field and in the Graveyard, making it so that he fulfils the requirements of Dragon Shrine. Then, send Eclipse Wyvern to the Graveyard and activate his effect. This will banish a LIGHT or DARK Dragon-Type monster that is Level 7 or higher. When Eclipse is banished, the monster will be added back to the Hand, and so you Special Summon Lightpulsar or BLS, banishing Eclipse Wyvern and in turn getting out a nasty beatstick to the Field, while bringing another one to the Hand, which you can probably then bring out on the same turn.

The next of the nasty combos this deck can pull off involves the use of Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon, Dragon's Mirror, three Blue-Eyes White Dragon in the Graveyard, and Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon on the Field. This combo is typically used near the end of a duel, in hopes of quickly overpowering the opponent and finishing him off. However, this combo can be used in the middle of a duel, and still pull off devastating attacks against the opponent. First, play Dragon's Mirror and banish the three Blue-Eyes White Dragon sitting in the Graveyard. This will allow you to Summon the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, carrying 4500 ATK points, which is no pushover. Then, you'll need to Tribute him for the effect of Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon, allowing Shining to Special Summon himself to the Field. Now, while Shining carries only 3000 ATK in comparison to Ultimate's 4500 ATK, Shining gains 300 ATK for every single Dragon-Type monster sitting in the Graveyard at the present moment, which, by the time you use this combo, is probably a lot. As another bonus, Shining will negate any monster effect, Spell, or Trap card that targets him and destroy it. So, you just got out your near-invincible beatstick. What else is there left to do? Activate the effect of Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon. This will allow you to Special Summon Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon from the Graveyard, giving you a total of three monsters on the Field, whose combined attack will scrape off at least 10,000 Life Points if allowed direct hits.

So what other combos can this deck pull off? Well, the King can't reveal all of his secrets, so let's run over one more combo, and leave the rest up for you all to discover. This combo involves having Lightpulsar Dragon, Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon, The White Stone of Legend, and one to two other Dragon-Type monsters on your Field, whose Levels, when combined, equal 9. So how does this combo work? Well, using your White Stone and your one to two other Dragon-Types, Synchro Summon Trident Dragion. This beast will hit the Field carrying 3000 ATK points, and an effect which allows you to destroy up to two of your own cards to give him one additional attack per destroyed card. Activate this effect, and blow up both your Red-Eyes and your Lightpulsar. Why? Well, when Lightpulsar is sent to the Graveyard, he gets to target a Level 5 or higher DARK Dragon-Type monster in your Graveyard and Special Summon it. So, when Red-Eyes and Lightpulsar both die at the same time and hit the Graveyard, Lightpulsar's effect activates, allowing you to target your Red-Eyes and bring him back to the Field. Now, with Red-Eyes, use his effect to Special Summon Lightpulasr. It doesn't matter if you've already used the effect this turn, as Red-Eyes has just touched down on the Field again, meaning his effect gets a second run. So now, you've just brought out a 3000 ATK point beater and gave it two additional attacks this turn for literally no cost. It's like buying an ice cream for $5, walking out of the store, and finding $10 on the ground. Not only has your ice cream basically cost you nothing, you've benefited by getting more money.

And such this overview has come to a close. May the King's Eyes keep watch over you, as you use his servants to achieve the ultimate victory.

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Opening Statement:
For centuries, many have sought to conquer the mighty dragons of legend, but only one has been able to control them. Now, it is your turn to do so. Take up your arms before the King, and command his dragons as he did many centuries ago.

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Posted on Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:59 am

It looks good on the first look...

I would change side little more for the Meta tho...

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Posted on Tue Oct 07, 2014 6:45 am

3 Trade-In, 4 targets?

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Posted on Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:45 pm

Criteria met. Decklist brought in for testing.

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Posted on Sun Oct 12, 2014 3:59 pm

forgot to put TCG

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Posted on Sat Nov 01, 2014 4:04 am

Good deck bro.I will be killed so fast against this deck.

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Posted on Sat Nov 01, 2014 8:34 am

Sorry for not getting around to this sooner.

Current Pro Decklist update recognised.

Update accepted.

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