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January 22, 2010

Reptile deck - Alex K.

Monster Cards 20

Vennominon the king of poisonous snakes 2x
Venom cobra 3x
Reptilianne viper 3x
Reptilianne Scylla 3x
Oshaleon 3x
Card trooper 1x
Thunder dragon 3x
Iron chain snake 2x

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Book of moon 1x
Lightning vortex 1x
Spell shattering arrow 1x
Mystical space typhoon 3x

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Attack=reptile 3x
Defense draw 2x
Offering to the snake deity 3x
Snake whistle 3x
Metalsilver armor 1x
Sakuretsu armor 2x

Extra Deck 3

Reptilianne Hydra 3x

HOW THE DECK WORKS
Attack=reptile is your main card. It searches for your reptiles so they can get in the graveyard quicker. Once in the grave you can get Vennominon the king of poisonous snakes out (which should not be hard because he has 0 ATK so Attack=reptile can get him out) and boost his attack up from 0 to 1500-3000. His attack can sometimes get higher. Reptilianne viper and a level 4 monster card can synchro summon Reptilianne Hydra. Spell shattering arrow and Mystical space typhoon take care of spell and traps. Lightning vortex destroys monsters. Metalsilver armor helps protect your monsters and Sakuretsu armor helps destroy your opponent’s monsters.
Thunder dragon and Card trooper help speed the deck up a bit along with Defense draw and Snake whistle. Book of moon can stall a bit. Don’t use Book of moon on flip effect monsters or you’re in for some trouble!
Be sure to keep Attack=Reptile safe so you can get all of your Reptile cards going. Iron chain snake can punish your opponent’s monsters and Reptilianne Hydra is quite a threat.
Some cards that I wanted to put in the deck where Silent Abyss and more draw cards. You can put them in if you want though. Well bye for now, and remember,
REPTILES RULE!


 


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