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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

July 2007

 

The Pyramid Warrior Deck
By: Megaverse
 
Deck Count: 43
Monsters: 24
Spells: 11
Traps: 7
 
Ok, first of all this is mainly an Earth Warrior Deck with three Chainsaw Insects and the Pyramid Turtle/Ryu Kokki combo thrown in. So laugh if you want, but it works pretty well.
 
Monsters
Pyramid Turtle (2)
Ryu Kokki (2)
Swift Gaia The Fierce Knight
Blindly Loyal Goblin (2)
Command Knight (3)
Chainsaw Insect (3)
Mataza The Zapper
Gearfried The Iron Knight (3)
Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke (2)
Elemental Hero Wildheart (3)
Jinzo
D.D. Warrior Lady
 
Spells
Axe Of Despair
Lightning Vortex
Fusion Sword Murasame Blade (2)
The Warrior Returning Alive
The A. Forces
Reinforcement Of The Army
Premature Burial
Mage Power
Mystical Space Typhoon
Amplifier
 
Traps
Dust Tornado
Ultimate Offering
Blast With Chain
Call Of The Haunted
Magic Cylinder
Magic Drain
Sakuretsu Armor
 
Let’s start with the Famous Pyramid Turtle/Ryu Kokki Combo first. It allows you to have a facedown defense position monster to eat up an attack and still bring a good 2400 ATK monster to the field that will make those of you with Warriors and Spellcasters think twice about attacking it.
 
Now we go on to the three Chainsaw Insects, what can I say, they are here for sheer beatdown power from a level 4 monster that requires no tributes. So what if you opponent gets to draw a card?!
 
Now let’s move on to the heart of the deck, the Warriors. (Come out and Play!!!) They are most earth type warriors with a smattering of others thrown in. (You may ask why I don’t have a Gaia Power in this deck, I don’t know, it would add some attack power wouldn’t it.)  The Wildhearts add attack power to all the other warriors and the spell cards also add great attack power and support for the warriors.
 
Mataza allows you to attack twice and eat up the field when he is high enough on points. Let me tell you, this layout allows all those little monsters to become big ones in a hurry.
 
Gearfried and Blindly Loyal Goblin are decent in their own right, just try to Snatch Steal them or equip a Flint to them. Won’t work! D.D. Warrior Lady is there for removing a pesky monster from play and Jinzo is purely there for those emergency trap card negations. After all, there are a lot of Magic Cylinders and Sakuretsu Armors floating around out there.
 
But be real careful about bringing Jinzo out too early in the game, if you do, and don’t have Amplifier yet, he become a liability instead of an asset.
 
As it stands, this is really a pretty powerful deck, but even I can see room for improvement.
 
-Battle On Warriors!
 
If you have any questions or comments, I can be reached at Megaverse1968@Gmail.com



 


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