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Zell's Deck of the Week
Ninjitsu Beasts

01.20.05   First, before I begin my first article, I would like to thank everyone who congratulated me for become a member of Pojo.com. I would also like to thank everyone for over 50 decks I received in two days for Deck of the Week, thank you for making this happen.

I have seen many decks so far, but none like this. I have attempted to make a deck like this before, though I didn't build it as well. Many duelist overlook cards such as Ninjitsu Art of Transformation and Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke, and underestimate the two cards power when combined.

Playing those two cards can allow you to summon a Big Koala with ease, if you play your cards right. However, 'Rare Hunter Osiris' (RHO) decided not to include this, due to the number of bad draws he'd get.

Without any more waiting, onto the deck:

Bazoo the Soul Eater
Bazoo the Soul Eater
Mad Dog of Darkness
Mad Dog of Darkness
Mad Dog of Darkness
Strike Ninja
Don Zaloog
Don Zaloog
Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke
Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke
Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke
DD Warrior Lady
Exiled Force
Tribe-Infecting Virus
Morphing Jar
Fiber Jar

Pot of Greed
Painful Choice
Heavy Storm
Mystical Space Typhoon
Snatch Steal
Change of Heart
Premature Burial
Reinforcements of the Army
Reinforcements of the Army
Swords of Revealing Light
Dimension Fusion
Dimension Fusion
Smashing Ground
Smashing Ground
Enemy Controller
Book of Moon

Torrential Tribute
Draining Shield
Call of the Haunted
Ninjitsu Art of Transformation
Ninjitsu Art of Transformation
Compulsory Evacuation Device

Not too shabby. Let's see what RHO wrote:

The basic strats of my deck is to

 A)  Transform a Ninja into a Strong Beast
 B)  Swarm with my Warriors
 C)  Remove 5 monsters via Bazoo or Strike Ninja then Dimension Fusion
 D)  If all else fails beat my opponent down. Well this is a Beat-Down deck of sorts!

Other then that my deck is pretty straight foreword.

Let's take a look into this deck. I'll begin with the monsters:

Jinzo - Many people consider this monster a 'Staple' in any deck. Obviously RHO thought the same. Though since he relies on a few traps I wouldn't use him in here, but that's just me.

Bazoo the Soul Eater - The once Overplayed is now Underplayed. Many people fail to see his full potential. Once mixed with Dimension Fusion, Bazoo the Soul Eater is twice as powerful!

Ninja Grandmaster Sasuke & Strike Ninja - Obvious reasons, their name has 'Ninja' in it, and that is needed for Ninjitsu Art of Transformation, and in Strike Ninja's case, he also removes monsters from play. Yet another good use for Dimension Fusion.

Morphing Jar - Pretty simple reason, if he needs a hand badly, Morphing Jar will save him.

Now let's take a look at the Spells RHO picked:

Painful Choice - Strike Ninja, and Bazoo the Soul Eater food. As simple as that.

Reinforcements of the Army - This card can help get the 'Ninja' monsters into your hand faster, or possibly a D. D. Warrior Lady, or Exiled Force to destroy a pesky monster.

Dimension Fusion - You saw this coming, I've only been talking about throughout the whole monster section! This card is great for bringing back removed from play monsters.

And finally, the traps (Or should I just say trap?) :

Ninjitsu Art of Transformation - Another card I spoke Highly of in this article. This card can be used to bring out great beasts, specifically Bazoo the Soul Eater & Mad Dog of Darkness. Though if you were to make your own form of this deck, I'd use Big Koala due too his massive strength.

I have discussed all the combo's in this deck, while talking about the needed Monsters/Spells/Traps, so no need for this section.

Fast Forward

On to the review:

Originality: Well seeing as how this is the only deck other then mine, that I have seen, of this kind. This deck receives a 10/10 in originality!

Playability: Along with being original, this deck is quite playable as well. This deck receives a 8/10 in Playability!

Top Decking: Cards come fluently in this deck, I have done many test draws, and I usually get a great hand: This deck receives a 8/10 in Top Decking!

Overall: Overall this deck gets a 93.3%. Congradulations RHO

If you would like to submit your deck for Deck of the Week send it to DaRkFiReStAtR@aol.com, the Subject line should read : ' Deck of the Week! ' , Include your name, a description of how your deck runs and the strategies it has, and of coarse your Deck list.



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