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So, I liked the Normal Fusion idea that was posted up by Darkskylarkalexanderx ( I also like the Structure Deck idea, but I'd like a few more comments on that from the WDC contestants. Please comments at Forum:Ideas for the 3rd Installment of WDC!!!!!!!!! N.B.: If I don't see discussion, I'll just do a random page x10 for a week.

Anyway, the theme for this contest is to create a deck that can Fusion Summon really difficult to summon fusion monsters; such as Super Vehicroid - Stealth Union or Supreme Arcanite Magician, while the latter may seem easy to summon, she really isn't. Anyway, create a deck that can summon out these monsters, and make them fun to use and creative.

Guidelines

  • All OCG and TCG are fine, as long as it has an effect.
  • This contest will be in March 1st, 2012 Banlist.
  • You may not add/remove any decks from the Registration Area.
  • You will be given maybe 1 day if you are late to post, after that, you're out.
  • The deck post up date is April 19-20, 2012.
  • You can use Future Fusion, however, all decks must have an alternate form of summoning their Fusion monsters, without Future Fusion.

Registration

We will accept 2 contestants per deck.

Example of Registration

Lightsworns aren't being used in this contest.

Decks to Chose From

Comments? Questions?

Is it a must to have the Deck be able to legitimately Fusion Summon its target Fusion? *coughGaiaDrakecough* --Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 09:43, April 12, 2012 (UTC)

Or maybe focusing on the Hex-Sealed Fusion? 33royward (talkcontribs) 10:54, April 12, 2012 (UTC)

I think Naturia Exterio deserves to be in this contest 33royward (talkcontribs) 10:57, April 12, 2012 (UTC)

Gadjiltron, no it doesn't have to be. Hmm, forgot him. ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 22:33, April 12, 2012 (UTC)
I will add Naturia Exterio to the list! You may change decks if you wish, and the due date will be extended by 2 days! ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 22:33, April 12, 2012 (UTC)

I made the deck section a little early, and if you must post early, please tell me on my talk page. But if you don't need to, post up your deck starting on April 19.---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 00:44, April 14, 2012 (UTC)

I will start voting after all decks have been entered. ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 12:45, April 19, 2012 (UTC)
I will start voting tomorrow morning (Saturday, 8-9 AM in GMT -6). ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 03:04, April 21, 2012 (UTC)

Decks

Gaia Drake, the Universal Force

Elite Wolf


What deck abuses flip effects the most? Empty Jar! What is the most reliable (and universal) tribute engine? Frogs! What's trolly about this deck? There are 2 ways to beat the opponent!

The idea is to dump your frogs in the grave via Swap Frog or the many discarding spells. Once you have the engine going, get to Summoner of Illusions as fast as you can and abuse it (tribute your frogs for Summoner of Illusions and bring out Gaia Drake). Gaia Drake will protect itself from Summoner's effect incase your opponent survives a Gaia beatdown. And if your opponent somehow survives a bum rush of 2-3 Gaia Drakes, the ridiculously long name Xyz monster will more than likely finish them off.

What's the second way to defeat the opponent? Since your opponent will most likely hate you for making them discard their hand, just end their misery by abusing Morphing Jar instead of Summoner of Illusions.

This is a deck no one will see coming, and if done right, will give your opponent little time to fight back. Elite Wolf (talkcontribs) 00:08, April 21, 2012 (UTC)

33RW


This is my Gaia Drake deck. In this deck, i have 3 ways on summoning Gaia Drake; Summoner of Illusions, The Earth - Hex Sealed Fusion and lastly Miracle Synchro Fusion. The easiest way summoning him is using Summoner of Illusions. My usual tribues is Spell Striker and Reborn Tengu because of their own ways. The Earth utilizes of me Synchro summoning Scrap Archfiend/Gaia Earth and tributing both to summon Gaia Drake. It is quite easy to Synchro summon because i usually synchro summon with 3+3 method using Marauding Captain to summon my level 3 tuners or Special Summon Spell Striker then normal summon my Level 3 Tuner. Another option is the Birdman and Tengu method to summon Scrap Archfiend. And to get both my synchro and Hex Sealed fusion onto the field, I will set Giant Rat and wait for it get destroyed by opponent and search Hex Sealed Fusion then on my turn, summon my Synchro Monster. When using the Hex Sealed Fusion method, i can use Miracle Synchro Fusion to remove the materials in my graveyard and Fusion Summon Gaia Drake. Thank You and hope you like my deck 33RW (talkcontribs) 04:10, April 19, 2012 (UTC)

Supreme Arcanite Magician

Gadjiltron

Somewhere in the world (to be precise, my time zone) it is 19th April.


The theme of this Deck is Spell Counters, and it is designed to rack up as many Spell Counters as needed for necessary effects, like those of Magical Exemplar or Arcanite Magician.

But first and foremost, the star of the Deck. Supreme Arcanite Magician requires a Spellcaster Synchro Monster and any other Spellcaster Monster as its Fusion material, something that's easy to meet with a nearly pure Spellcaster Deck. All the Spellcaster Synchro Monsters themselves demand that I use a Spellcaster non-Tuner but don't really mind the Tuner being used, so summoning them is also quite easy. Their effects also deal with Spell Counters, which makes it hard to not use them in the Deck.

When it comes to Synchro Summoning, Magical Exemplar is the key card for this. By far, she's better than many other Spell Counter generators at 2 Counters per Spell Card, and can also Special Summon a low-level Spellcaster Monster from the hand or Grave after just one use of a Spell Card. Combined with Night's End Sorcerer, I can instantly make Explosive Magician or Tempest Magician, instantly setting the stage for Supreme Arcanite once Miracle Synchro Fusion is drawn. If needs be, I can also use Geomancer of the Ice Barrier with her to make the original Arcanite Magician, or Effect Veiler to pull out any LV5 Synchro. If push comes to shove, The Tricky can also be used to make LV7 or 8 Synchros too.

Now, about dabbling with Spell Counters... Magical Citadel of Endymion and Spell Power Grasp are the go-to cards for Spell Counter storage and generation respectively, while Crusader of Endymion works as an excellent beatstick and an alternative means of Counter generation. Breaker is always handy for taking out potentially threatening S/Ts in a pinch, and his bonus 300 ATK is easily maintained with everything I have for generating Counters. If Endymion gets played early and filled suitably, the result would be more than enough counters to wreak havoc with Supreme Arcanite, or a nice game-ending burn using Tempest Magician's effect.

Oh, about the name... I've been naming some of the Decks I create after the Major Arcana. It just fits right in with the Spellcaster theme. --Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 03:38, April 19, 2012 (UTC)

Super Vehicroid Jumbo Drill

Nephthy


The deck can summon Super Vehicroid Jumbo Drill three ways: Future Fusion, Vehicroid Connection Zone and Power Bond. You can search for the Fusion Materials with Geargiganto X or Machina Armored Unit, and add them to your hand from te graveyard with Expressroid. The Karakuris and Tinplate Goldfish are for the easier summon of Geargiganto X. The deck works well against slower decks, but not fast enough to defeat Inzektors and Dark Worlds. The more destruction effects the opponent uses, the harder is to summon Jumbo Drill. It worked for me surprisingly well against Dino-Rabbit and Wind-up decks. Instead of Karakuris you can use Geargia monsters or Gadgets, but I prefer these cards. This is not a consistent Tier deck, use only in fun duels, but it can make an OTK in the least predicted moments.

Super Vehicroid - Stealth Union

DSAX


First of all, I have to thank DASP for using a lot of my examples. I'm glad to have helped.

Now, for the deck, it's odd-ish, not completely Roid based, and it can probably run without Roids. However, "Barbaroid" and "Stealth Union" give the deck some power, especially since they are so easy to summon.

"Barbaroid" can be summoned via "Future Fusion", which is very easy, and you can use monsters in your hand, field or graveyard if you use "Chain Material". For "Stealth", I used the oldest trick in the book: "Vehicroid Connection Zone" + "Chain Material". This means you can get a beatstick with 3600 ATK and the ability to snatch 1 monster from your opponent's side of the field per turn. "Vehicroid Connection Zone" makes "Stealth" immune to destruction, which protects it from "Chain" and, also, "Limiter Removal", and that is a very powerful combo.

My last abusable combo is "Geargiganto X" and "Expressroid". If you have a "Giganto" and 1 or more Roid(s) in the graveyard (providing 1 was attached, otherwise you'd need 2 or more), you could use his effect to search for "Express" by detaching a Roid, then summon "Express" to recover the 2 Roids to use all over again.

This deck can summon the key monster easily and it has plenty of other monsters for backup firepower. All-in-all, quite a strong deck considering how weak the Archetype itself is. --Darkskylarkalexanderx (talkcontribs) 19:46, April 19, 2012 (UTC)

Ultimate Axon Kicker

PHASE


Apologies for my lateness, but it’s still April 20 where I am so hopefully I’m not too off schedule. Anyway, here is my submission: Twilit Psychic Fusion!

First of all, I decided to use a Lightsworn engine in this deck. It provides much-needed speed, it’s splashable enough compared to some other engines, and it opens up powerful Chaos monsters like Chaos Sorcerer and Black Luster Soldier – Envoy of the Beginning. I explicit chose Aurkus over monsters like Jain or Lyle, though, because he’s Level 3 and works with Krebons/Esper Girl to summon Magical Android – a pity that the only Level 6 Psychic Synchros require either a non-Tuner Psychic or a non-Tuner Gusto. That, of course, meant I also needed a Judgment Dragon, especially since the star player, Ultimate Axon Kicker, is immune to its destructive effect. I continued by using three Krebons, as the only DARK Psychic Tuner I could find, and an Esper Girl, who is a useful Level 2 Tuner despite its EARTH Attribute. Trance Archfiend probably seems like a very odd choice, but this deck banishes quite a bit, so it can help in recovering copies of Krebons or other DARK monsters banished for cards like Allure of Darkness. Finally, three Tour Guides + Sangan helps to speed the deck further, and if I can get out Leviair the Sea Dragon and bring back a banished monster, all the better.

As for Spells, I used two Solar Recharges, one Allure of Darkness, one Charge of the Light Brigade and two Emergency Teleports for speed. Miracle Synchro Fusion is the perfect card for bringing out Ultimate Axon Kicker, and if I have it, Emergency Teleport, and any non-Tuner in my hand, I can summon him on the very first turn. Foolish Burial prepares my Graveyard for summoning a Chaos monster or Judgment Dragon, and thins the deck. Finally, Dark Hole is a Staple which has synergy with Kicker.

Traps are very basic Staple cards; the Solemn Counter Traps, Torrential Tribute, Bottomless Trap Hole, Mirror Force, and three Dark Bribe.

Extra Deck is three of Ultimate Axon Kicker, of course. I then have three each of Magical Android, Thought Ruler Archfiend, and Psychic Lifetrancer, as well as Xyz Monsters – Leviair the Sea Dragon, Wind-Up Zenmaines, and Number 17: Leviathan Dragon.

Well, thank you for reading. I hope you like this deck!


Naturia Exterio

GrazzingCow


This Deck has 2 ways to get out Naturia Exterio. The most used is utilizing The Earth - Hex-Sealed Fusion with one of the materials. Getting Naturia Barkion or Naturia Beast out is very easy the hard part is making sure they live to merge with the The Earth - Hex-Sealed Fusion. To address this I included Rock Bombardment which puts him right in the grave and makes him and easy target for the 3 coths or reborn. The teleport engine allows for choosing barkion or beast when synching, important when you plan to use Miracle Synchro Fusion. The Shrinks and Fiendish Chains are included strictly because the deck can not battle well or tends to lack the strength to beat high atk decks or effect monster decks, they help keep your hex-sealed and your barkion/beast alive long enough to play exterio and lock down both magic and trap.

A lot of fun, and your opponent is always shocked when it comes out. Grazzingcow (talkcontribs) 05:21, April 20, 2012 (UTC)

Voting

Please sign your username (You must have a wiki account) below the duelist who you think made the most creative deck.

Elite Wolf

33RW

Gadjiltron

Nephthy

DSAX

PHASE

--Grazzingcow (talkcontribs) 14:42, April 21, 2012 (UTC)

GrazzingCow

33royward (talkcontribs) 03:15, April 22, 2012 (UTC)

Winner

Congrats to Elite Wolf for his cool Gaia Drake deck!

After Contest Discussion

If you guys have comments to make about the other entries, make them here. ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 22:38, April 23, 2012 (UTC)

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