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Royal Magical Libray/Blasting The Ruins One Turn Kill
July 17, 2008

3|Mfc|Royal Magical Library
3|Mrd|Thunder Dragon
1|Wc07|Destiny Hero - Disk Commander

3|Mrl|Upstart Goblin
3|Tp6|Toon Table of Contents
3|Dp07|Hand Destruction
3|Dcr|Archfiend's Oath
2|Cp02|Magical Stone Excavation
2|Lod|Convulsion of Nature
1|Sdy|Card Destruction
1|Dp2|Magical Mallet
1|Mrd|Heavy Storm
1|Mrl|Giant Trunade
1|Lob|Monster Reborn
1|Psv|Premature Burial
1|Fet|A Feather of the Phoenix
3|Taev|Broken Bamboo Sword
3|Lodt|Golden Bamboo Sword
1|Mrl|Toon World

1|Eoj|Life Equalizer
1|Ioc|Blasting the Ruins
1|Ast|Wall of Revealing Light

    The deck I chose to talk about is my Blasting The Ruins One Turn Kill. The day that Light Of Destruction was released, I became the creator of this deck. This deck is flat out amazing, but needs to be played correctly for it to work right. The point of the deck is to play Blasting the Ruins, then chain Life Equalizer for the win. You have to be 8000 life points below your opponent to activate Equalizer, but playing the 3 upstarts will accomplish that. You may be thinking,” How are you going to draw them out of 40 cards?” Well, you can draw through the entire deck about 75% of the time on turn one, and its basically 100% on your 2nd turn. The other key point would be to get 30 cards in your graveyard to be able to play the Ruins.

    The bread and butter of the deck, is Royal Magical Library. By simply having this card+ a Toon table of contents , for example will net you another draw. Play out the 3 table searching for another copy, and getting Toon world on the last one. Some other nifty combos would be to pitch a Thunder Dragon, search out two more, then playing Hand Destruction/Card Destruction, so now the -1 in card advantage of playing either means nothing to you now obviously. Back in the day, Giant Trunade was allowed at 3 copie per deck. If it still at 3  nowadays, this deck would be near unbeatable. This is the other key card for the deck. Lets say we have a Royal Magical Library on the field. Ill play Convulsion of Nature, flipping my deck over. Next I will play archfiends oath. Library already has 2 combos on it keep in mind. Now u get to activate Oath, since you know what your top card is. Now I will play Giant Trunade. 3 Counters on the Library, rfg them to net you a card. Play Convulsion, then Oath to get you rolling again. You can use cards like Magical Stone Excavation or Feather O f the Phoenix to get the trunade back.

    Keep in mind though, with all the drawing and sifting that occurs, trunade doesn’t play a huge roll, unless your having trouble getting your draw engine going. Rest of the cards are self explanatory. You may be thinking, “hey those bamboo cards are horrible.” They’re actually quite amazing in here. Broken Bamboo Sword actually gives a counter to the Library upon activation. Then play the Golden Bamboo Sword to draw 2 cards. Here is where trunade can come into play again. Playing trunade with all of your continuous/equips on the field, then replaying them with trunade is also one of the keys.
    You must think ahead of your plays. You have to be thinking, hey how many copies of blah blah do I have left. This deck actually takes a lot of thought at the start of a game. Once you start to get your combos into place you’re all set. Most times when you are ready to win, you’ll have about 10 or so cards in your hand. You can use the Magical Stone loop to get your hand down. Play stone to get back whatever spell card. Then play your other Stone to target stone. Keep doing this until you get your hand down.

    Now if by some chance the life point totals cannot get to where they have to be? You can use Wall of Revealing Light to get you where you need to be. Obviously this card and the cards that are in it is self explanatory, as are the combos, plus some people will actually enjoy and will gain some knowledge. I wouldn’t suggest playing this at any big events right now. With crowing being in practically every deck, a key D.D Crow on your trunade means GAME OVER. Enjoy the deck everyone, and until next time, Have Fun!

 

 


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