Blue-Eyes Deck

Deck Information
Deck Type: Fun/Casual Decks
Deck Master: Blue-Eyes White Dragon
TCG/OCG: tcg
Submission Date: May 18th 2019
Last Updated: May 21st 2019
Author: clttiger1
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Blue Eyes Deck

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MonsterBlue-Eyes White Dragon x3
Rabidragon x1
Alexandrite Dragon x1
Luster Dragon x1
Flamvell Guard x1
Deep-Eyes White Dragon x1
Darkstorm Dragon x1
Hieratic Dragon of Tefnuit x1
Kaiser Glider x1
Divine Dragon Apocralyph x1
Honest x1
Kaiser Sea Horse x1
Lord of D. x1
Mirage Dragon x1
Shining Angel x1
Kaibaman x1
Kidmodo Dragon x1
Masked Dragon x1
Maiden with Eyes of Blue x2
Master with Eyes of Blue x1
Priestess with Eyes of Blue x1
Rider of the Storm Winds x2
Sage with Eyes of Blue x1
The White Stone of Ancients x1
The White Stone of Legend x2
SpellsBurst Stream of Destruction x2
Cards of Consonance x1
Dragon Shrine x1
Dragon's Mirror x1
Dragonic Tactics x1
Fusion Recovery x2
Fusion Substitute x2
Stamping Destruction x1
Swords of Revealing Light x1
The Flute of Summoning Dragon x1
The Melody of Awakening Dragon x1
Trade-In x1
Luminous Spark x1
Silver's Cry x1
TrapsDamage Condenser x1
Kunai with Chain x1
Call of the Haunted x1
Castle of Dragon Souls x1
Champion's Vigilance x1
ExtraBlue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon x1
Five-Headed Dragon x1
Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon x1
Stardust Dragon x1
Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy x1
Mira the Star-Bearer x1
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2 thoughts on “Blue-Eyes Deck

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    May 21, 2019 at 7:07 pm



    First, 52 cards is way to many. The highest I would personally go is 43 cards. In my opinion I see a lot of unnecessary cards in your main deck and not enough in your extra deck.

    **EDIT: BEWD is a great Beat Down deck. Your Main Deck should reflect your Extra Deck choices. When running BEWD it’s advised to run 3 Twin Bursts, in my opinion it’s the best of the BEWD fusions. It cannot be destroyed by battle, it can attack up to two monsters and if it doesn’t destroy the monster it’s battling after the Damage Step banish the monster it attacked. PLUS if you run 3 BEWD and 3 BE Alternatives, all you need to get out Twin Burst is have two “BEWD” cards on your field. Neo BEUD is a good one to run as well seeing as if it is the only face up card you control, after the damage step you can send a Blue-Eyes Fusion Monster to the Graveyard to attack two more times. For this I suggest having BEUD at 3 for fodder. Other than that at least one Azure Eyes and BE Spirit Dragon and whatever else you would want to add to you Extra Deck.**

    Below is the link to my BEWD deck. There’s a lot to say here and I don’t want it to sound like I’m standing on a soap box; so take a look and see how I like to run it and then use it as an example to fit your play style and fine tune your deck. If you have any questions about how I built mine I’d be happy to answer them.

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    June 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm



    I agree. I have my deck around 45 cards at max, makes it easier to have a great starting hand and you only need 3 Blue-Eyes White Dragon as your normal monsters. Also it doesn’t need any field spell (except if you’re running Burst Stream of Destruction). If you would like to take a look at my deck for reference, feel free.

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