Evol Decklist

This is a page for anyone interested in my current decklist for Evols and an explanation of how the cards work.

The BEST Evol deck ever!

Monsters - 17
3x Evoltile Westlo
3x Evoltile Najasho
3x Evolsaur Cerato
2x Evolsaur Vulcano
2x Evolsaur Diplo
3x Effect Veiler
1x Gorz, the Emmisary of Darkness

Spells - 17
3x Evo Diversity
2x Pot of Duality
3x Evo-Force
2x Enemy Controller
1x Dark Hole
1x Monster Reborn
1x Heavy Storm
2x Mystical Space Typhoon
1x Book of Moon
1x Pot of Avarice

Traps - 6
2x Solemn Warning
1x Solemn Judgment
1x Bottomless Trap Hole
2x Torrential Tribute

Side Deck - 15
1x Mystical Space Typhoon (Chain Burn mostly. I've got enough backrow hate as it is.)
2x Evolsaur Elias (Solda is a good control monster against inzektors)
1x Chain Disappearance (Inzektors, Rabbits, Wind-ups. Hits the three best decks)
2x Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer (Mega Dark World hate right here. Also good against Chaos Dragons)
3x Skill Drain (Hurts my opponent more than me)
2x Mirror of Oaths (Rabbit incase Veiler isn't in my hand. +1 when used)
2x D.D Crow (Heroes, Dark World)
2x Gozen Match (Samurais, Rabbit, Wind-Ups)

Extra Deck - 15
2x Number 39 Utopia
1x Number C39: Utopia Ray
2x Evolzar Laggia
1x Evolzar Dolkka
1x Evolzar Solda
1x Maestroke the Symphony Djinn
1x Number 20: Giga Brilliant
1x Number 17 Leviathan Dragon
1x Wind-up Zenmaines
1x Wind-up Zenmaister
1x Armory Arm
1x Ally of Justice Catastor
1x Stardust Dragon

The deck mainly focuses around the deck being able to summon multiple Evolzars, which as we know, have incredibly broken effects. There are a few good combos to pull off with this deck.

1. Evo force and Najasho: Together, you can make an instant Evolzar. If your opponent has 2 set backrow, then summon 2 Diplo and bait out Solemn warnings and Bottomless Trap Holes. In this situation, you cannot possibly minus yourself so there is no reason not to have this combo in your deck. If your opponent has a monster field and no backrow, go into Cerato instead and run over their monsters, allowing you to add 2 cards to your hand. Both plays allow you to finish your field with some good advantage and a live Laggia/Dolkka for your opponent to deal with next turn.

2. Wind-Up Zenmaister and Westlo: First set Westlo, and backrow if you need to. They summon a decent monster and attack your Westlo. It gets flipped up and provided it survives, you special summon an Evolsaur from your deck and continue the combo (If you have an Evolsaur already in the graveyard, then summon Vulcano and fetch it). On your turn, you should have a Westlo and a level 4 Evolsaur (CAUTION: Do not touch westlo's battle position at this point!). Summon another Evolsaur and Xyz summon Wind-Up Zenmaister. Activate it's effect, detaching an Evolsaur to flip Westlo face down. Since you have not changed it's position this turn, you can flip summon it, allowing you to summon an Evolsaur Vulcano from your deck. It's effect lets you get the Evolsaur (Detached from Zenmaister) from your graveyard, and you can now Xyz summon Evolzar Laggia/Dolkka. Your opponent will be hard pressed to take this combo down. If it manages to survive until your next turn, then you can use Zenmaister's second Material to flip Westlo back down and repeat the combo again, allowing you to summon a second Evolzar!

3. Some people still don't realise how bad of a misplay summoning gorz in attack mode is. If you have a Najasho and an Enemy Controller in your hand, you can summon najasho (100 attack) and attack with it. Your opponent will most likely drop Gorz in an attempt to be able to smack you for 2600 damage next turn. Now activate Enemy Controller, tributing Najasho to take their Gorz. Najasho lets you summon a Vulcano, which lets you get a monster from the graveyard. Use Vulcano to attack their Token (It will be in defence mode), and attack them directly with Gorz. You won't have any worries that they will have Gorz in hand since you're attacking with it! In a format where people are willing to give up large amounts of life points for the solemn brigade, then this combo can steal the game for you.

One thing I like about this deck is that It caters to my playstyle quite well. I like to conceal my deck from my opponent when I go first because nobody is stupid enough to attack a face down when playing against Evols, so the only time they will is when they don't know. Setting Westlo means I can catch them off guard and start picking cards off their field when they thought they had the upper hand. Watching your opponent set a monster implies a bad hand in most decks. But in my deck it doesn't!

Here's a Video from my Channel showing the deck.

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  1. ... where the fuck is soldda? just cause no one uses it doesnt mean it sucks wow stupid everyone skips the best one