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Mike's Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Dojo
ChimeraStein
November 27, 2006

Deck Profile : ChimeraStein

 

  Alright my last article was based around Cyber Phoenix and I did hint that I was going to follow up with a deck article. Now before I start a little sidenote, Soo I did enjoy seeing people e mailing me some questions or suggestions and that was very nice to see but I most state if you ask for my help I answer back with my opinion or idea so if you dislike what I changed or suggested just remember you were the one that wanted help. Second I do like meeting fellow TCG players in real life but please if you want to add me to MSN Messenger ( I only use messenger fyi ) I most ask you to please e-mail me in advance who you are before.. because I will delete people I don't know...not to be rude =/

 

  Okay now the Machine deck build had me a little puzzled this week since this is going to be viewed hopefully be many soo I needed this to be almost perfert and after some deck testing I managed to come up with a stable deck. Now I'm a huge fan of the Machine decks ( loved triple Limiter Removal =D ) because if played right can deliver fast game wins either through Cyber-Stein or Chimeratech Overdragon. Now over the last few weeks play testing many versions against common netdeck versions of SJC decks I have come to the main fact that even without " Gadgets " not being released just yet the modern Machine decks should run on the same ideas - Self Replacing Monster/Machines Resources ( aka Cyber Phoenix & Dekoichi ) + Blind 1:1 Monster Removal ( Exiled Force, Sakuretsu Armor, and Smashing Ground ) + Win Condition ( either Stein or Chimera + Limiter Removal ) = GG.

 

  Now I would be honored if someone took this to a event and played since I haven't played this exact version and finding people in my area nowadays to play is really hard or unless its our monthly M&L locals..blahh blahh back to the point just e mail me the results if you like my deck or article >.> thanks

 

2x Zaborg the Thunder Monarch

1x Jinzo

3x Cyber Phoenix

3x Dekoichi the Battlechanted Locomotive

3x Cyber Dragon

2x Exiled Force

1x Cyber-Stein

1x Spirit Reaper

1x Treeborn Frog

1x Morphing Jar

1x Sangan

1x Breaker the Magical Warrior

 

1x Gracefull Charity

1x Heavy Storm

1x Mystical Space Typhoon

1x Premature Burial

1x Limiter Removal

1x Nobleman of Crossout

1x Scapegoat

1x Future Fusion

1x Last Will

1x Overload Fusion

3x Smashing Ground

 

1x Mirror Force

1x Call of the Haunted

1x Torrential Tribute

1x Ring of Destruction

3x Sakuretsu Armor

2x Bottomless Trap Hole

 

 

  Now you maybe wondering " why 1x Cyber-Stein and you're cazy mikej =P " just Future Fusion & Overload Fusion but I started to hate worry about my lifepoints being over 5000 + which really is annoying if you're playing a person that mains Hydrogeddon =/ so I just run 1x Cyber-Stein, I like to think the main purpose is to use Cyber Phoenix to maintain field control while loading the graveyard with Machines then kaboom Chimeratech Overdragon and if you're sad to leave Cyber End Dragon/Cyber Twin Dragon rusting in the Fusion Deck don't worry thanks Future Fusion & Cyber Phoenix  or better yet Cyber-Stein ) you also bust them out too.

 

  Now most of this deck is geared towards monster removal but I did add Morphing Jar to replace bad opening hands or faster deck thinning to Heavy Storm + Overload Fusion/Cyber-Stein for the game. Now even though I hate bad topdecks I still considered Call of the Haunted with its amazing synergy with Cyber Phoenix or any other Machine in the graveyard " if " Cyber Phoenix is already out. Now Limiter Removal is not just used for the finishing blow with some many Machines this card can be deadly on its own or you're staring down a Monarch ( after effect obvious ) turning Cyber Phoenix into a weapon thats draws you a card afterwards.

 

 Now that I set up the basic ideal of this deck its pretty easy to play you draw Heavy Storm with Cyber-Stein while having enough to pay for Cyber-Stein you pretty much have won not being sarcastic...but look out for endless rants about lucksacking from your defeated opponent ( trust me not fun at all some many people pay too much attention is this game then freak out when Cyber-Stein is in your hand ) =/ just play have fun thats what the game is always about.

 

 

 


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