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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

August 2007

Harpies, beautiful (NOT) but deadly - Mark

 

Harpies have always been a horrible theme. Since all of them, Harpie Ladies 1, 2, and 3, Cyber Harpie Lady, and Harpie Lady all shared the same name. There was was no way to get around basing a deck on just 3 cards. Since 3 out of 40^ is such a small fraction, even the best Harpie Deck would quickly fall to even a Starter Deck. But then Harpie Queen came out in Force of the Breaker, along with the other Field Searchers, they and many other themes received a second chance at life.
 

But the Harpies still did not receive much attention until a perso suddenly Top8’d with them. Now, they have come back in massive swarms!

 

Traditional Harpie Build

 

1.   Raiza the Storm Monarch

2.   Jinzo

3.   Harpie Queen

4.   Harpie Queen

5.   Harpie Queen

6.-   Harpie Lady 1

7.   Cyber Harpie Lady

8.   Cyber Harpie Lady

9. -   Birdface

10.  Birdface

11.  Birdface

12.-  Flying Kamakiri #1

13. - Flying Kamakiri #1

14. - Hunter Owl

15. --- Hunter Owl

16.-  Silpheed

17.  Silpheed

18.-  Sangan

19.-  Treeborn Frog

20.  Snipe Hunter

21.  Spirit Reaper

 

22.  Harpie’s Hunting Ground

23.  Harpie’s Hunting Ground

24.  Harpie’s Hunting Ground

25.  Confiscation

26.  Snatch Steal

27.  Mystical Space Typhoon

28.  Nobleman of Crossout

29.  Elegant Egotist

30.  Elegant Egotist

31.  Scapegoat

32.  Premature Burial

33.  Heavy Storm

34.  Brain Control

35.  Swords of Revealing Light

 

36.  Hysteric Party

37.  Hysteric Party

38.  Mirror Force

39.  Torrential Tribute

40.  Call of the Haunted

 

 

This is probably the most original Harpie Deck there is. The Snipe Hunter was left over from Beckett’s Harpie Deck. I copied it and erased almost every card on it, but I couldn’t find a last monster =)

Anyway, it’s all about swarming and binding. Jinzo works good because of the low amount of Traps and the fact that he will free the Harpies from Hysteric Party. This Deck still needs tweaking; I cut out the Card names from a printed list of this deck and played with it (Yes, I played with scraps of paper with card names on them and pretended they were real) and it wasn’t as fast as I thought it’d be.

 

This Deck won’t be doing much in a big tournament unless it gets some ways to renew its resources. Sadly, that’s pretty much it. Swarming, binding, and building is all this Deck can do. And, really, it’s pretty slow. Especially for a Wind Deck.

 

destinyhero@verizon.net

 


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