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The Queen's Dolls


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Posted on Wed Oct 08, 2014 5:57 am

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Format and Season that the Deck is for: TCG October 2014

Card List:
Deck List:

Monsters [24]
1 Shaddoll Beast
3 Shaddoll Dragon
1 Shaddoll Falco
3 Shaddoll Hedgehog
1 Shaddoll Squamata
1 Djinn Demolisher of Rituals
2 Djinn Releasher of Rituals
3 Mathematician
3 Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands
1 Effect Veiler
1 Honest
1 Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning
3 Saffira, Queen of Dragons

Spells [10]
3 Shaddoll Fusion
1 Super Polymerization
2 Hymn of Light
2 Preparation of Rites
1 Foolish Burial
1 Allure of Darkness

Traps [6]
1 Shaddoll Core
3 Sinister Shadow Games
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Solemn Warning

Side Deck [15]
2 Cursed Seal of the Forbidden Spell
2 Imperial Iron Wall
2 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
2 Trap Stun
1 Breakthrough Skill
1 Torrential Tribute
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
2 Secret Village of the Spellcasters

Extra Deck [15]
2 El Shaddoll Winda
3 El Shaddoll Construct
1 Armades, Keeper of Boundaries
1 Ally of Justice Catastor
1 HTS Psyhemuth
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Leo, the Keeper of the Sacred Tree
1 Star Eater
1 Daigusto Emeral
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Castel, the Skyblaster Musketeer
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK

Deck Description:Using a slightly smaller Shaddoll engine, the main goal of the deck is to maintain card advantage while controlling the duel. In other words: don’t let your opponent play Yu-Gi-Oh!  The Shaddoll engine is highly versatile and works perfectly with both its own Fusion spell card and Ritual spell cards as the monsters used as materials for both cases are considered to be sent to the graveyard via card effect thus activating the Shaddoll “sent to graveyard” effects. Furthermore, each Shaddoll monster has a flip effect, all of which are highly potent and pushes their consistency and control abilities to new heights. In addition to their effects, the Shaddolls grant a decent access to Synchro summoning through Shaddoll Falco. Their fusion monsters, being their trump cards, are currently few in number, only two are released in the TCG at the moment, but have potent effects granting both control and aggressive tactics, allowing the engine itself to adapt to different situations.

The key card in the Shaddoll engine is the Fusion spell card: Shaddoll Fusion. The ability to use main deck monsters as fusion material when coupled with the Shaddoll graveyard effects allow for highly adaptive plays. Troublesome spell or trap cards? Use a Shaddoll Dragon as material and pop it. Need a wall of monsters? Send Shaddoll Falco to the grave as a material and special summon it in facedown defense so it can flip on a later turn and summon another Shaddoll from your graveyard. Want another draw? Send Shaddoll Beast. Furthermore, a single Shaddoll Fusion is easily recyclable as whenever an El Shaddoll monster is sent to the graveyard, it has an effect that allows you to add one Shaddoll spell/trap from your graveyard to your hand. This even works when the El Shaddoll is used as a material or cost of some sort. However, another use for Shaddoll Fusion is to dump the Djinn “of Rituals” monsters to the graveyard when summoning El Shaddoll Winda. The Djinn monsters have an effect where they can be banished from the graveyard to act as Ritual Materials and apply powerful effects as long as the Ritual Monster remains face up on the field.

Ritual Summoning is the main difference in this deck from other Shaddoll decks and is the reason why the Shaddoll engine is a bit smaller, containing only one Beast, Squamata, and Falco. Three Manjus are needed for consistency and can act as Light attribute fodder for El Shaddoll Construct. Saffira, Queen of Dragons was chosen as the Ritual Monster due to Hymn of Light’s effect that allows the player to banish it to protect Saffira. This makes Saffira much more difficult to get rid of and allow the Djinn Releaser of Rituals’ effect to persist, locking the opponent’s special summons. The second Djinn monster, Djinn Demolisher of Rituals, adds additional protection to Saffira, making her un-targetable and incredibly difficult to get rid of as many removal cards target. This coupled with Saffira’s relative high attack of 2500 and her ability to recycle Light attribute monsters such as Effect Veiler and Honest perpetually, makes her an incredibly powerful control monster. When combined with the Shaddoll’s natural control ability, your opponent sometimes just can’t play Yu-Gi-Oh!

The remaining tech cards such as Mathematician are simply used to increase consistency, add extra versatility, or are simple staples. Mathematician mills any level 4 or lower monster through its effect, allowing the player to set up the necessary materials for Saffira or to send a Shaddoll Monster for its graveyard effect, making it an incredibly versatile card in the deck. Super Polymerization allows for a fusion summon in the middle of a battle phase or during the opponent’s turn and given the current tier 1 decks, will likely let you use your opponent’s monsters as fusion material. Careful use of this card can make or break games. With 13 Dark monsters, Allure of Darkness has plenty of targets. Foolish Burial, like Mathematician, is incredibly versatile with the Shaddoll engine and can also be used to dump a Djinn into the grave as Ritual Material.

In the end, it is designed to be a fast control-style deck, emphasizing the current control-styled meta game. Simply put, it tells your opponent, “No! No Yu-Gi-Oh! For you!”

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Opening Statement: Sometimes a doll can be a girl’s best friend. As they get older, most will probably outgrow the use of those dolls but some don’t. Some girls will forever love their dolls. Mess with the doll and you’ll incur the girl’s wrath. Mess with the Queen’s dolls and you better say your prayers.

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Posted on Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:56 pm

Deck is being tested as of now, looks cool on paper

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Posted on Sat Oct 11, 2014 5:04 pm

Ah, sorry. Forgot to officially bring this in. (School n' stuff)

Deck meets criteria specified.

Deck has been brought in for testing.

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