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-Introduction-

 

It seems that with the newer, slower, and more diverse format of the former month, times have changed for what decks reign supreme and what should be left in the card box. Yet with its top at almost 8 regional events, and a top 16 at SJC Durham, it seems Quickdraw Turbo variants have become commonplace. Although many will suggest the plant version of this deck, this guide will cover the basics of how a Quickdraw Turbo shell runs, and how you can make it unique.

 

-The Deck-

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2 Debris Dragon

3 Junk Synchron
3 Quickdraw Synchron (QD)
3 Quillbolt Hedgehog
2 Level Eater
3 Valley
3 Tuningware
2 Dandylion
1 Sangan
1 Gorz
1 Morphing Jar


2 Machine Dupe

2 Inferno Reckless Summon
1 Lightning Vortex
1 Monster Reincarnation
2 Creature Swap

1 Foolish Burial
1 Enemy Controller
1 Hand Destruction
1 Heavy
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Giant Trunade
1 One for One
1 Brain Control

2 Royal Decree

 

     Starting with the monsters, there are a few staples needed in almost every build. Gorz, Sangan, MST, Heavy Storm, Brain Control, and Trunade are all staples, so nothing need be said. However, monsters are key to the deck. 3 Quickdraws allow for discard fodder, and in order to make this deck work, you need discards. Dandylion activates when it hits the graveyard, and quickdraw can net a 6-7 star Synchro with the gained tokens. Hedgehog also should be in the graveyard most of the time, and QD as well as many spells, help it get there.

 

     Tuners are standard, and along with the QD's, are needed. Debris is useful for clearing the field with a quick black rose, or can make a stardust on the spot. Junk Synchron is a guaranteed level 6-7 Synchro, and helps use the grave to your advantage. Non-tuners are also standard. 3 Tuningware provides major advantage and user control when making Synchros. Quillbolts provide a synchro on each turn. Cyber Valley not only stalls in a pinch, but is major draw power to set up combos. Level Eater not only can provide more Synchros when you already control one, it can downgrade QD for a quick level 5. Dandy is the key to this deck, it provides free advantage and combos with every card. Use it with QD to get a level 6 or 7, use it with Junk Synchron to make a monster and get tokens, use it with Morphing Jar for tokens and a free new hand. The possibilities are endless.

 

     Spells are easy to understand. Machine Dupe and Inferno give you clear field advantage and can get you multiple copies of Valley, Quill, etc for more Synchros. Lightning, Hand, and Reincarnation work well with the amount of monsters that need to be in the grave anyway, providing "free advantage". Enemy Controller works well with the low level monsters who benefit in the grave, and provides advantage. Creature Swap fucntions the same, giving your low levels and them getting them back from the grave. One fore One is amazing, discarding what you need and getting a valley/tuningware/etc. 

 

     Traps go anitmeta here, with 2 decree. Some will ask if it is wise to skip out on bottomless and mirror force, yet I believe that decree shuts down most decks today, and the Synchros provide enough control already. Some might make changes here, but  I would stick with the mained decree.

 

-Extra Deck-

 

2 Junk Archer

2 Junk Warrior

2 Drill Warrior

2 Stardusts

2 Nitro Warrior

1 Turbo Warrior

1 Brionac

1 Catastor

1 Mist Wurm

1 Goyo

 

     Extra Decks using QD turbo need to use many monsters that use "Synchron" tuners, otherwise QD would be useless. Drill Warriors provide advantage, and a clever loop to make more Synchros. Junk Warrior is a useful level 5 that can be pumped up and made quick. Mist Wurm provides major advantage with the many small monsters you can use to make it. Nitro Warrior runs over the opposition and can attack for game, while Turbo Warrior (Can be sided for a Collosal) provides control on the opponent. Others are staples.

 

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