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January 14, 2010


I Frog you Another! - NiPengNeewom



Sup ya’ll!  Here’s another Frog design that I’ve made.  To be honest, I prefer my other Frog design to this one.  If you like Frogs then take a look at both designs and try to figure out which one suits your style.  As I’ve said before, these are just guides.  You don’t have to follow this decklist card for card.


I Frog you Another!

total x40


Monsters x21

Des Frog x3

Dupe Frog x2

Substitoad x3

Poison Draw Frog x3

Unifrog x2

Treebonr Frog

Submarine Frog x2

Flip-Flop Frog x2


Swap Frog x2


Spells x15

Des Croaking x2

Brain Control

Salvage x2

Pot of Avarice x2

Moray of Greed x2

Lightning Vortex

Heavy Storm

One for One


Wetlands x2


Traps x4

Threatening Roar

Call of the Haunted

Dark Bribe x2

The Monsters

            Des Frog is the main powerhouse of the deck.  Therefore you need to summon as many as you can as fast as you can.  Cards such as Poison Draw Frog, Substitoad, and Dupe Frog can search for him.  In addition, you’ve got plenty of draw power from Moray of Greed and Pot of Avarice.  The reason Des Frog is so important is because of “Des Croaking”.  Croaking instantly destroys every card your opponent controls!  The downside is that you can only activate it when you have 3 Des Frogs on the field.

             Dupe Frog can protect your other monsters and has great defense.  It’s the perfect stall card of the deck.  Also, when it finally goes down, you can search your grave or deck for a Frog (excluding a copy of Dupe Frog) and add it to your hand.  Not to mention, Dupe Frog’s name is treated as “Des Frog” while it’s on the field, very handy indeed.

             Substitoad keeps this deck alive.  By tributing any monster you control, you can search out any Frog from your deck.  Des Frog is the most obvious choice so you can play your “Des Croaking”, however other Frogs such as Dupe Frog, Swap Frog, and even Poison Draw Frog (which will from now on be referred to as PDF) are great choices.  If you’ve read my other Frog deck design then you should know about my Substitoad + PDF combo.  If not, then read the deck cuz I’m not repeating myself.

            PDF is the draw engine of the deck.  That’s about it.

             Unifrog is a great monster for this deck.  First of all, it’s Frog, so it can be searched by Substitoad and Dupe.  Also it helps your Flip Flop return more monsters to the hand.  But its own effect is what makes it truly shine.  It can attack directly.  This may not seem like much (it only as 400 ATK), however Wetlands can boost that power to 1600.  Also, if you control another Frog when it attacks directly, you can destroy 1 Spell or Trap card your opponent controls.  This makes Unifrog the best way to clear your opponent’s back row.  It can also be a “Bait Frog”.  If your opponent has Sakurestu or Dimensional Prison down, then they have to activate it against your Unifrog in fear of it dying anyways.

             Treeborn Frog can regenerate itself and will have 1300 ATK with Wetlands out.

             Submarine Frog will have its ATK boosted to 2400 when Wetlands is out.  Not mention that it also has the Pierce effect.  This is simply a good attacker for the deck.

             Flip Flop Frog can end up returning most of your opponent’s monsters to their hand, allowing you to attack directly with lost of Frogs.  Plus Wetlands will boost each of those attacks to respectable heights.

             Sangan searches.

             Swap Frog will allow you to get which Frog you need when you need it.  Plus Wetlands makes it 2200 ATK.


The Spells

            Des Croaking is one of the most important cards in the deck.  It can utterly destroy your opponent’s field leaving them wide open for a couple direct attacks.  Hopefully some of the attacks will be boosted by Wetlands.

             Brain Control can help in keeping stuff of your opponent’s field.  Plus you could tribute that monster for a Des Frog if it’s in your hand.

             Salvage can return lots of different things to your hand.  It’s pretty much open here.

            Pot of Avarice will return stuff to the deck for Substitoad and will also allow you to draw stuff.

             Moray of Greed will allow you to return Des Frogs from your hand to your deck since they are mostly a dead card in hand.

             Lightning Vortex…

             Heavy Storm…

            One for One allows you to search out the key card of the deck, Substitoad.  It will also let you get Treeborn if you had to.

             Terraforming lets you add Wetlands to your hand.  One of the best Spell cards of this deck.

             Wetlands will boost the ATK of any level 2 or lower Aqua- type WATER monster by 1200 points.  This seems a bit restrictive, but be glad it is.  You don’t want your opponent get a power boost that big!  With this field out, almost any of your Frogs can go head to head with your opponent’s non-Synchro monsters.


The Traps

             Threatening Roar is the only thing stopping OTKs against you.  I would’ve liked to add more copies of this card in here, however there just wasn’t enough room and I didn’t know what to take out.  If you have any suggestions, I would very much appreciate it.

             Call is a no-brainer.

             Finally Dark Bribe will stop your opponent’s chained T-Roar or Mirror Force.  It will also help to make sure your Frogs can get their attacks in.


             Thanks for reading this deck design.  It definitely has some flaws in it, but I know it can handle its own.  If you like it then great, if not try and give me some suggestions…or just ignore it.  It’s your choice afterall.  Until next time, see ya!



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