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November 2007
 

The Soul-Taker Deck! (By: Master Tricks)
 
    Hello pojo yugioh fan readers! I have brought to you today yet another killer deck that not only revolves around a card I mentioned on first article, Bad Reaction to Simochi, but also the new killer spell "Soul-Taker". Now, Soul-Taker is a normal spell that allows you to destroy any monster in any position on the field and your opponent gains 1000 life points. Now, I know some people wouldn't want to let the opponent gain 1000 life points just to destroy a monster, but at desperate times like your opponent having a huge monster on the field or your opponent having a Marshmallon, Spirit Reaper, or Gellenduo, I am for sure you would want to definitely use it. Now, in this deck, you would always want to use this card under any condition. Why is that? Because is Bad Reaction to Simochi is on the field, your opponent would not only lose on of their monsters, BUT also lose 1000 life points. Now that is awesome right there! Here's the deck in case you're wondering what the "Soul-Taker Deck" would look like (Note: I use Soul-Taker instead of Bad Reaction to Simochi because it sounds more scary, taunting, and more dramatic and cooler.)
 
The Soul-Taker Deck - 41 Cards
Monsters - 12
3 x Burning Algae
3 x Cat of Ill Omen
1 x Marshmallon
1 x Spirit Reaper
2 x Mask of Darkness
1 x Magician of Faith
1 x Sangan
 
Spells - 14
3 x Upstart Goblin
3 x Rain of Mercy
3 x Soul-Taker
2 x Tremendous Fire
2 x Messenger of Peace
1 x Level Limit Area-B
 
Traps - 15
3 x Bad Reaction to Simochi
3 x Gift Card
2 x Eye of Truth
2 x The Paths of Destiny
1 x Torrential Tribute
3 x Solemn Judgment
1 x Gravity Bind
 
Card's Purposes
Burning Algae - If it's sent to the graveyard in way, your opponent loses 1000 life points if you have Bad Reaction to Simochi on the field. Good card only for this deck.
 
Cat of Ill Omen - Searches for your traps in the deck. You mostly want to search your deck for either Bad Reaction to Simochi or Gift Card or such.
 
Marshmallon + Spirit Reaper - Stalls your opponent.
 
Mask of Darkness - Returns your previouslt used trap cards in your graveyard or gets back a destroyed Bad Reaction to Simochi. A must have for the deck.
 
Magician of Faith - Gets back spells, especially Soul-Taker, from your graveyard back into your hand to reuse again.
 
Sangan - Searches for any monster in the deck necessary for your current condition in the duel.
 
Upstar Goblin - You draw a card and your opponent loses 1000 life points with Bad Reaction to Simochi on the field. Good advantage card for deck.
 
Rain of Mercy - You gain 1000 LP and your opponent loses 1000 LP if Bad Reaction to Simochi is on field.
 
Soul-Taker - As stated before, your opponent loses a monster and loses 1000 LP if Bad Reaction to Simochi on field.
 
Tremendous Fire - Rapid damage against the opponent.
 
Messenger of Peace + Level Limit Area-B + Gravity Bind - Stalls your opponent's big monsters.
 
Bad Reaction to Simochi - The Key Card of the deck that if your opponent gains life points, instead they loses that much life points. The whole rapid purpose of the deck.
 
Gift Card - Your opponent loses 3000 life points if BRtS is on field.
 
Eye of Truth - Your opponent loses 1000 LP each of their turns if BRtS is on field and they have a spell card in their hand.
 
The Paths of Destiny - Either way, your opponent loses 2000 life points if BRtS is on field. Just make sure you have more than 2000 life points so you don't hurt your self if the coin flip ends of up tails on your turn to flip.
 
Torrential Tribute - Destroys all monsters on the field at once.
 
Solemn Judgement - Gets rid of nasty threats such as Jinzo, Royal Decree, Heavy Storm, MST, etc. at the cost of half your life points. Good defense for yourself.
 
    The point of the deck is to allow your opponent to gain life points to instead lose life points as long as Bad Reaction to Simochi is on the field. If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, deck ideas, decks for me to fix (I would be happy yo fix any decks in the advanced format so do not hesitate to ask), or anything related to Yugioh, contact me at my Yugioh Kingdom at pathoon@aol.com. Happy Thanksgiving Break and weekend and peace!!!
 
- Master Tricks :)
 
P.S. It's my birthday this Thanksgiving weekend on November 25 on Sunday! :)

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