Brandish Tempest Magician OTK

Deck Information
Deck Type: Fun/Casual Decks
Deck Master: Tempest Magician
TCG/OCG: TCG
Submission Date: 2nd June 2018
Author: Cryselle
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The goal: Tempest Magician with 16 tokens (for 8k burn)

  • Keep in mind that Kagari, Hyate and Shizuku will allow you (depending on your level of technical play, as a high level of skill is required to actually survive long enough to pull of the OTK) to beat down on your opponent.

 

Main Combos:

  • Toon Table --> 2 other Toon Tables
    • You can pop 1 with Multi-Role, discard for The Tricky or discard to revive Jet if need be
  • Foolish Burial Goods --> Cursed Bamboo --> (if you need a bamboo equip; add broken) add golden bamboo
  • Foolish Burial --> any tuner (setup for Tempest)
  • Magical Citadel + Brandish Spells = counters
    • Brandish Start-Up Engage should be activated after 3 spells in GY to maximize the effectiveness and this is the card you want to abuse/see most often
      • Technical play with Engage + Multi-Role: Use Multi-Role to pop a spell (hopefully something not useful) + Use engage (after 3 in GY, or less than 3 - doesn't matter) --> add Hornet Bit --> SS Kagari --> Add Engage --> use Engage --> SS Hyate --> Battle Phase --> dump Rei (so you can use her, if she isn't in the GY already) --> SS Shizuku --> End Phase --> Activate Multi-Role (add Engage back to field) --> Use Shizuku to add Engage.
        • Assuming you used this combo with 3 spells in GY already, you've got +2 Draw +2 Add --> and that whole set-up for the next turn

You can Summon Tempest off of The Tricky + Needlefiber with a tuner or Tricky + any Tuner

  • In the event that you are able to needlefiber --> SS a Tuner off needlefiber; you should make Linkuriboh with whatever you are able to revive (assuming you have cards in hand for jet and a card in deck for Glow-Up) if need be, you don't have to. Go into Tempest with the Tuner + Tricky --> activate to burn with counters from Magical Citadel + Tempest Magician for 8k (if it's not 8k you can go into Crystal Wing --> needlefiber on your opponent's turn goes into formula synchron which nets a +1 Draw and then a Crystal Wing with your Tempest Magician; you can use this combo at any time, but it's not recommended as it removes the OTK win condition of this deck).
Deck List
MonsterSky Striker Ace - Raye x3
The Tricky x3
Jet Synchron x3
Glow-Up Bulb x1
SpellsSky Striker Mecha - Shark Cannon x1
Sky Striker Mobilize - Engage! x3
Sky Striker Mecha Modules - Multirole x1
Sky Striker Mecha - Hornet Drones x3
Sky Striker Mecha - Widow Anchor x2
Broken Bamboo Sword x1
Cursed Bamboo Sword x2
Golden Bamboo Sword x3
Foolish Burial x1
Foolish Burial Goods x3
Toon Table of Contents x3
Upstart Goblin x1
One Day of Peace x1
Terraforming x2
Magical Citadel of Endymion x3
ExtraSky Striker Ace - Hayate x2
Sky Striker Ace - Kagari x3
Sky Striker Ace - Shizuku x3
Crystron Needlefiber x2
Linkuriboh x1
Tempest Magician x1
Decode Talker x1
Formula Synchron x1
Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon x1
SideSky Striker Maneuver - Afterburners! x1
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Cryselle

Cryselle

Yu-Gi-Oh Profile:
I started playing Yu-Gi-Oh in 2007 and left after about 6 years of casual play. I came back towards the end of 2015 (around when nekroz was being played), and continued for about a year or two as a pretty casual player (maining cards like Hammon, rarely going for a SS, carelessly wasting advantage - the whole 9 yards). In 2016-2017, however, I decided to pick up a competitive deck online (zoodiacs) and I failed horribly. My experience with zoo led me to a whole variety of decks including Draco, D/D/D and several pendulum based strategies, and since then I've made it my mission to understand the meta as well as to learn how to play it/play against it. Now I play on Dueling Nexus with an occasional appearance on Dueling Book, so if you'd like to duel or chat - shoot me a message on discord (Alpha_Centauri#6045).

- My favorite deck: D/D/D (Non-Pend Variant, MR3)
- What I'm currently playing: Gouki Knightmare (not a fan of the Gumblar loop)
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Cryselle

Yu-Gi-Oh Profile: I started playing Yu-Gi-Oh in 2007 and left after about 6 years of casual play. I came back towards the end of 2015 (around when nekroz was being played), and continued for about a year or two as a pretty casual player (maining cards like Hammon, rarely going for a SS, carelessly wasting advantage - the whole 9 yards). In 2016-2017, however, I decided to pick up a competitive deck online (zoodiacs) and I failed horribly. My experience with zoo led me to a whole variety of decks including Draco, D/D/D and several pendulum based strategies, and since then I've made it my mission to understand the meta as well as to learn how to play it/play against it. Now I play on Dueling Nexus with an occasional appearance on Dueling Book, so if you'd like to duel or chat - shoot me a message on discord (Alpha_Centauri#6045). - My favorite deck: D/D/D (Non-Pend Variant, MR3) - What I'm currently playing: Gouki Knightmare (not a fan of the Gumblar loop)


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    June 2, 2018 at 7:28 pm
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    I didn’t really make a Side Deck because my philosophy is that if you’re siding with any deck I make, you should be reading up on what you’re likely to face –> the event you’re attending is more familiar to you. I simply put afterburner in there bc it can be useful (though widow anchor is a far better card for the intent of afterburner –> and afterburners only real advantage is popping backrow [as popping a monster is worse than negating + stealing it], which jamming wave can do –> and other non-brandish cards can do)

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