Friday, 23 December 2011

Winner of YCS Brighton's deck: Dino Rabbits

I'm sure if you're an avid player, you've already seen the decklist. But for those who are only casual yugitubers and only read a few articles, here's your chance to see it.

The winner's name was Xiao Ping, from the UK.

Main Deck
Gorz the Emissary of Darkness
Jurrac Guaiba
Kabazauls
Maxx "C"
Neo-Spacian Grand Mole
Rescue Rabbit
Sabersaurus
Sangan
Tour Guide From the Underworld

Book of Moon
Dark Hole
Forbidden Lance
Gold Sarcophagus
Mind Control
Monster Reborn
Mystical Space Typhoon
Pot of Avarice
Smashing Ground

Bottomless Trap Hole
Dimensional Prison
Mirror Force
Solemn Judgment
Solemn Warning
Torrential Tribute
Trap Dustshoot

Side Deck
Cyber Dragon
Dimensional Fissure
Fiendish Chain
Fossil Dyna Pachycephalo
Heavy Storm
Mystical Space Typhoon
Shadow-Imprisoning Mirror
Spirit Reaper
Thunder King Rai-Oh

Extra Deck
Ally of Justice Catastor
Black Rose Dragon
Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
Chimeratech Fortress Dragon
Evolzar Dolkka
Evolzar Laggia
Leviair the Sea Dragon
Number 17: Leviathan Dragon
Number 39: Utopia
Steelswarm Roach
Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
Wind-Up Zenmaines

Quick overview of the deck. Rabbit gets your Kabazauls and your Sabersaurus. Overlay them into either Laggia or Dolkka. Once Rabbit is in your banished zone, use Tour guide to summon Leviair and detach to summon Rabbit back. Use that rabbit's effect to get 2 Sabersaurus.

At this point, you would have a Laggia on your field from the last turn, A Leviair and 2 Sabersaurus. If your opponent's field is clear, you can swing for exactly 8000 damage. If you don't, then you can overlay into another laggia and swing for around 4000.

Gold Sarcophagus allows you to banish a rabbit from your deck. Then you can summon Tour guide and end your turn with a Laggia and a Leviair, with one more material left on the sea dragon to summon another Laggia or Dolkka next turn.

Aside from that, the deck has general staple cards and a Grand mole to deal with cards that the deck cant get over (Stardust, Scrap dragon Etc).

His side deck consists of mainly stun cards. Fossil Dyna, now easily available to everyone, can slow down your opponent to a halt. That alongside cards like Fiendish chain can beat the Agent matchup (If they go first) since Kristya hits the deck pretty hard.

Dimensional fissure is a good side for this deck since the materials that are detached from an xyz monster are sent to the graveyard regardless, making monster reborn less of a dead draw. He could have sided Vanity's Emptiness to shut down the opponent's special summon. Either he didn't like it or he just didn't think about it.

Overall, the deck is incredibly powerful and while you sometimes open bad with it, it's a great deck to take to a large tournament since it's overall douchery is a pain for any deck.

Personally, I blame Tour Guide (and partially Leviair). Makes the deck go from good to broken.

2 comments:

  1. I knew it would be this deck!

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  2. It is incredibly broken, and expensive!

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