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 March 2007

Blue-Eyes White Dragon/F.H.D. Deck- Jose

Monsters(19)
2x Blue-Eyes White Dragon
2x Luster Dragon
2x Spear Dragon
3x Masked Dragon
2x Exiled Force
1x Element Dragon
1x Morphing Jar
1x D.D. Warrior Lady
1x Sangan
1x Kaiser Glider
1x Mirage Dragon
1x Different Dimension Dragon
1x Twin-Headed Behemoth

Spell(15)
2x Smashing Ground
1x Dragon's Mirror
1x Mystical Space Typhoon
1x Enemy Controller
1x Snatch Steal
1x Premature Burial
1x De-Fusion
1x Scapegoat
1x Swords of Revealing Light
1x Heavy Storm
1x Lightning Vortex
1x Nobleman of Crossout
1x Future Fusion
1x Mausoleum of the Emperor

Trap(8)
2x Sakuretsu Armor
1x Ceasefire
1x Magic Cylinder
1x Black Horn of Heaven
1x Cloak and Dagger
1x Torrential Tribute
1x Call of the Haunted

Fusion(1)
1x Five-Headed Dragon


The main purpose is to bring out F.H.D. which can be quite a task, as is with any fusion outside of the E-Heroes. However, you can get by with this deck by utilizing the heavy hitters like Spear, Luster, Kaiser Glider and of course Blue-Eyes and the speed provided by the trio of Masked Dragons and Sagan. Not to mention the support of D.D.Dragon, D.D. Lady, Ex.
Force, Morphing Jar and Behemoth. The dark horse of the deck is Element Dragon which has the potential to be a low level powerhouse when combo'd with Masked Dragon and either Wind based dragon (see spear, luster, behemoth)

Spell and traps are for the most part the set standard in any deck with the exception of a few. It goes without saying that Mausoleum of the Emperor is what makes this deck work. The ability to bring out BEWD without tributing is any dragon duelist's dream. Don't think I forgot about THE big boy F.H.D.. Dragon's Mirror and Future Fusion offer suitable alternatives to summon your monstrocity. If you have both cards in your hand, using Future Fusion to dump the dragons into the graveyard and combo'n that with Dragon's Mirror will have you well on your way to busting out the whooping stick on your opponent. Now that you have your fusion out on the field, he is defenseless against monster effects, spell and trap cards. What if you launch an attack with F.H.D. and your opponent flips up a Ring of Destruction? What are you to do?
That's why De-Fusion is here! Dismembering your fusion monster into 5 monsters will reek havoc on your opponent, plus your fusion returns to the fusion deck.

As far as traps go, the obvious two cards that jump out are the newest additions to the game: Black Horn of Heaven and Cloak and Dagger. Black Horn of Heaven, when its all said and done, could be the most underrated and overlooked card in the next few months.
The ability to negate special summons without a cost is awesome. If this card is not in your main deck, consider it in side deck....considerations. Cloak and Dagger is a fun card to play. You can stop your opponent from playing his best card simply by calling out ahead of time. It's a continuous trap and if it gets destroyed before you can use its effect, you lose the card. It is a tricky card to play, but the benefits are rewarding.

So there you have it. My dragon deck. Thank you for taking the time to read my piece. Please let me know what you think. boricua1586@Yahoo.com
 

 

 


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