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July 2007 -

The Fast and the Furious-Warrior Monsters By GeneralZorpa
 

Who can doubt that Warrior-type monsters are some of the most powerful in the game. They have powerful effects, decent enough ATK and THE most spell and trap support of any type. It is no wonder that cards like Destiny Heroes are getting to the top of the heap due to the reams of support for the theme.
 
However, there are some far more ancient warriors that are just as powerful as the Destiny Heroes. Here is a list of probably the most underrated warriors in the game.
 
Don Zaloog
Mataza the Zapper
Marauding Captain
Zombyra the Dark
Exiled Force
 
These cards used to be the basis of a warrior speed deck that took the game by storm. Utilizing these cards as well as powerful support like The Warrior Returning Alive and Reinforcement of the Army, they were able to put together massive amounts of damage in a single turn. Then the opponent would waste cards to destroy your buffed field, and you topdeck godly for the win.
 
I have used these cards (minus Zombyra) to build a warrior deck whose speed puts Destiny Heroes to shame.
 
Ten Thousand Fists in the Air
 
Monsters-19
 
3x Cyber Dragon
1x Jinzo
 
3x Mataza the Zapper
2x Don Zaloog
2x Exiled Force
2x ElementaL Hero Wildheart
1x Elemental Hero Stratos
1x DD Warrior Lady
1x DD Assailant
1x Morphing Jar
1x Spirit Reaper
1x Sangan
 
Spells-14
 
3x Brain Control
2x Reinforcements of the Army
2x Enemy Controller
1x The Warrior Returning Alive
1x Heavy Storm
1x Premature Burial
1x Mystical Space Typhoon
1x United We Stand
1x Snatch Steal
1x Pot of Avarice
1x Scapegoat
 
Traps-5
 
1x Mirror Force
1x Ring of Destruction
1x Torrential Tribute
1x Call of the Haunted
1x Magic Cylinder
 
 
 
The Wrap Up

In short this deck is supposed to be fast and deadly. Usually three monsters in a turn (Cyber Dragon, Marauding Captain, Mataza the Zapper) and Brain Control and/or Snatch Steal will mean game. For your personal use you can use Shrink instead of Enemy Controller and add in more tech cards instead of three Matazas. The choice is yours. It has good matchups against any decks with monarchs in it or control decks, but struggles a little against machines and T-Hero, because they are just as fast as this deck is. Play it and have fun.
 
 
You can reach me at raptor1k@hotmail.com if you have any comments and/or requests.
 
Until next time, thanks for reading.
GeneralZorpa

 


 


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