Era of the Xyz

As the name suggests, it's an Xyz Turbo deck, Combining 2 of the best instant LV4 swarming possibilities into one deck. Apart from a general lack of synergy between the two archetypes, it is relatively decent.

Monster Cards (21):

  • 2x Red Gadget
  • 2x Green Gadget
  • 2x Yellow Gadget
  • 2x Summoner Monk
  • 3x Sacred Crane
  • 3x Harpie Lady 1
  • 3x Harpie Queen
  • 3x Level Warrior
  • 1x Sangan

Spell Cards (7):

  • 1x Pot of Avarice
  • 3x Harpie's Hunting Ground
  • 2x Elegant Egotist
  • 1x Monster Reborn

Trap Cards (13):

  • 3x Seven Tools of the Bandit
  • 2x Hysteric Party
  • 3x Icarus Attack
  • 2x Call of the Haunted
  • 3x Ultimate Offering

Extra Deck (15):

  • 2x Gemknight Pearl
  • 2x Kachi Kochi Dragon
  • 3x Number 39: Utopia
  • 3x Steelswarm Roach
  • 3x Vylon Disigma
  • 1x Number 16: Shock Ruler
  • 1x Wind-Up Zenmeister

Side Deck(15)

  • 3x Top Runner (To grant the deck Synchro capabilities. Works well with Summoner Monk/Level Warrior, and is hole-proof)
  • 3x Thought Ruler Archfiend (Since "Ultimate Offering" is there, your LP are gonna be running low, so this can be handy to replenish some)
  • Mirror Force, Torrential Tribute, Solemn Judgment, 2x Bottomless Trap Hole (Staples, but not that much useful if you are far ahead)
  • Hysteric Party (An extra copy, in case your opponent clear your Harpies too quickly)
  • 3x Shrink/3x Prideful Roar (Most of the materials, and sometimes Xyz Monsters themselves, lack power. These should prove useful in backing that up)

So basically, this deck either uses the standard "Gadget" + "Ultimate Offering" to swarm LV4 Monsters, or use "Summoner Monk" to bring out "Sacred Crane", use "Hysteric Party" to instantly swarm the field with LV4 Harpies (while clearing out some back row), or even to Special Summon "Level Warrior" and then normal summon. In other words: Do whatever it takes to spam LV4 for Xyz. "Pot of Avarice" is there to recycle "Gadgets" so the loop may continue. This is expected to be more effective in the future with more Xyz available. For now, here's a few alternatives.

That's all for now! I'll update it when my deck is modified.

Kyosuke Kiryu 06:59, August 20, 2011 (UTC)

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