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Dark Paladin's Yu-Gi-Oh! Dimension
If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the Fire!
03.21.07

Hello again to Pojo and Yugioh fans one and all! Recently I've been getting several e-mail from people who would like to see me construct some sort of deck with Injection Fairy Lily. Since she is currently completely unrestricted, some people want to know if they should use three.

So, here we go. I've decided the best place to even attempt to run more than one copy of Injection Fairy Lily would be in a Fire Princess Burn/Recovery Deck.

Monsters

Tribute monsters x4

Guardian Angel Joan
Airknight Parshath
Marie the Fallen One x2

Non-Tribute monsters x12

Injection Fairy Lily x2
Fire Princess x3
Neo Spacian Air Hummingbird
Neo Spacian Grand Mole
Morphing Jar
Mask of Darkness
Sangan
Skull Mark Ladybug x2

Magic Cards x14

Level Limit Area B x2
Card Destruction
Spell Absorption x2
Card Trader
Swords of Revealing Light
Heavy Storm
Mystical Space Typhoon
Different Dimension Capsule
Premature Burial
Snatch Steal
Shrink
Enemy Controller

Trap Cards x10

Gravity Bind x2
Solemn Wishes x2
Solemn Judgement x2
Numinous Healer
Gift of the Mystical Elf
Mirror Force
Ring of Destruction

All right, the line up of this deck is pretty simple. All the tribute monsters involve increasing your Lifepoints in some way, except of course for Airknight who is added for additional Draw power. I believe this deck can work well with two copies of Injection Fairy Lily. It shouldn't be horribly difficult to keep your Lifepoints high enough to use them multiple times.

As for Magic cards, we have some destruction cards as well as some stall cards. None of them really help the Lifepoint recovery except for the two copies of Spell Absorption, which gives you 500 Lifepoints each time either player activates a Magic card.

Finally, the Traps are a nice mix of things. They are primarily heal cards. However, there is Mirror Force and Ring for some destruction, and Solemn Judgements are absolutely necessary to counter...anything!
The Gravity Binds are of course necessary as well.

Well, I hope you enjoy this deck. I've been play testing it locally at my card shop and had a fair amount of success with it. I was actually able to get my Lifepoint up to 22000 before drawing either Lily, so paying was not hard at all. As always, please feel free to e-mail me with anything @ tsearcy@lssu.edu

If you would like to see another type of deck constructed, just let me know, I'm always up for that.

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)

~Dark Paladin~

 


 


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