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YGOmaster's Zone
Competitive Concepts and Decks
March 16, 2007

Hey, sorry I've been gone for so long, school and stuff has been making me really busy. Well, I've decided to stop using the Building New And Original Decks, and start using this title ( I think it's better.)  Same thing really, just a different name.  Well, today I'll be looking at a deck that has about an 80% chance of totally crushing your opponent with advantage. 
 
Destiny Sniper
 
Total: 40
 
Monsters: 20
 
3 Destiny Hero-Dasher
3 Destiny Hero-Malicious
3 Thunder Dragon
3 Snipe Hunter
2 Destiny Hero-Diamond Dude
2 Mystic Tomato
1 Elemental Hero Stratos
1 Treeborn Frog
1 Jinzo
1 Morphing Jar
 
Spells: 14
 
3 Destiny Draw
3 Lightning Vortex
2 Brain Control
1 Confiscation
1 Reinforcements of the Army
1 Heavy Storm
1 Premature Burial
1 Snatch Steal
1 Pot of Avarice
 
Traps: 6
 
3 Sakuretsu Armor
1 Mirror Force
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Ring of Destruction
 
There's the deck.  It usually will gain advantage at an insanely fast speed through cards like Thunder Dragon, Destiny Draw, Destiny-Hero Malicious, and the key card in the deck; Snipe Hunter.  Snipe Hunter is great in this because it can abuse the crazy advantage that you will probably get every game, and use it to destroy threats and beaters.  It can also be searched out via Mystic Tomato.  If you are facing a Macro-Cosmos / D-Fissure deck with this, Snipe Hunter can blow up the "instead of going to the graveyard, remove them from play" cards.  Lightning Vortex and all of the deck's Traps are there for Monster Removal and taking down things that will hurt you.  Brain Control can also be used to sacrifice your opponent's monster for a dead Thunder Dragon, Malicious, or Dasher, or just to use if you need an extra monster to put your opponent's Life Points down to zero.  The Side Board is especially interesting, as this deck sides into a burn strategy that your opponent probably won't be expecting (unless of course if he read this article.)
 
Side Board: 15
 
3 Des Koala
3 Wave-Motion Cannon
2 Legendary Jujitsu Master
2 Trap Dustshoot
2 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Magic Cylinder
1 Ceasefire
1 Stealth Bird
 
It's a simple burn strategy that you can side into for catching your opponent off guard.  It works most of the time.  There is also another strategy of siding into a Dark Burn deck (mostly known as Black Burn.)  Here's that version.
 
Side Board: 15
 
3 Des Koala
3 Stealth Bird
3 Wave-Motion Cannon
3 Solemn Judgement
2 Strike Ninja
1 Reinforcement of the Army
 
Black Burn is a strategy where you can burn your opponent away with Des Koalas, Cannons, and the Stealth Birds while still being aggressive with Strike Ninja and your other average beaters.  Since 70% of the main deck's monsters are DARK, Strike Ninja will work good with them, and could work good against most Gadget decks. 
 
Well, there's the deck with the multiple Side Board options.  If you have any comments/suggestions/deck help/deck ideas, as always, you can email me at zbarvian@comcast.net.  Thanks for reading.


 


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