Monday, June 21, 2010

X-saber Deck

I will be entering a gold series tourney this Wednesday with the following:

3 xx-saber Darksoul

2 xx-saber fulhelmknight

2 xx-saber emmersblade

2 x-saber airbellum

2 D.D. Crow

1 x-saber Ragigura

3 x-saber Faultroll

1 Morphing Jar

2 x-saber Boggart Knight

1 Rescue Cat

1 x-saber pashuul

1 Heavy Storm

1 Mystical Space Typoon

2 Gold Sarcophogus

1 Cold Wave

1 Giant Turnade

1 My Body As A shield

1 Brain Control

1 Mind Control

2 Book Of Moon

1 Starlight Road

1 Royal Opression

2 Gottoms Emergency Call

2 Dust Tornado

1 Solemn Judgment

1 Trap Stun

Side Deck: Idk at the moment it will probaly be geared towards Frogs,Perfect Herald, GB's and Infernity.

Monsters: Nothing unusual really in x-saber line up. Pashuul has gained alot of polularity and certainly will gain more as naturia beast comes out. Opression and this tihng sitting there sets up for a nice lock.

Spells: Gold Sarc at first I was iffy about, but seeing as how so many decks that topped yugioh Championship Chicago ran it; I thought I would give it a try. Sets up nicely for cat plays with cold wave which many times can be instant win.

Traps: Opression was something that sounded weird at first, but lets make some observations:

1: Most x-sabers are fairly strong and can hold on their own.

2: Swarming the field, disrupting the hand and then oppressing any attempt to come back is a very effective strategy.

3: many ways to get around oppression when you need trap stun, cold wave, giant turnade, ect..

4: XX-saber Emmersblade and Fulhelmknight activate in the damage step so it is oppression free.

Now for other tihngs:

No saber Hole???? Well as I mentioned before saber hole is actually kinda limited in what it can negate. Myabe side deck worthy or one in main deck seems best. Divine Warning coming out in Duelist Revolution seems to be a better pick in negating summons.


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