|Deck Type:||Non-Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Number 39: Utopia|
|Submission Date:||February 11th 2020|
|Last Updated:||May 26th 2020|
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SHOW THEM THE POWER OF UTOPIA!
This non-meta deck focuses on the past strategy of Clownblade, where you can spam XYZ Rank 4s. However, with the progressing signs of the times, there are also options to synchro, fusion, and link summon while going against Top Tier Meta. Personally, it got me near the top 100 leaderboards on a popular online simulator website for Yu-Gi-Oh! So I know this deck packs a powerful punch if you know what you are doing on certain moves.
- You should prefer to go second because:
1.) Most effect monsters in this deck have the effect of "If your opponent controls a monster and you control no monsters, you can special summon this card."
2.) You can One-Turn-Kill with "Number 39: Utopia Double" strategy. Minimum: You get a boosted 10,000 ATK or higher "Number 39: Utopia") by attacking into an opponent's attack mode monster, if and only if the opponent's monster has 2000 attack points or less (10000 ATK utopia minus 2000 ATK monster equals 8000 damage). It means you won when your opponent has 8000 life points or less. There are some support cards for Utopia in this deck to give other power boosts, protection, and other fun shenanigans. You can power up Utopia as well as getting different variants of him on the field.
- The Clownblade Performage Engine includes cards such as "Performage Trick Clown," "Heroic Challenger - Thousand Blades," "Performage Damage Juggler," and "Performage Hat Tricker." The Clownblade engine alone provides Level 4 monsters to spam, to block any battle damage from opponent attacks, and block any burn effect damage as well.
- There is at least one Level 4 Tuner monster to synchro summon a Level 8 monster.
- You can even pendulum summon as well.
- All other cards are tech and staples.
- Some cards are in the deck for fun (Such as using the Melodious cards).
1. ) For example, you can use the fusion spell card, "Ostinato," to special summon "Schuberta the Melodious Maestra." By the effect of "Ostinato," that monster gets destroyed by the End Phase. Then you special summon "Aria the Melodious Diva" and "Elegy the Melodious Diva" from your Deck.
This above move sets up a formidable defensive board lock where your Melodious monsters cannot be targeted and cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects. There are few options to beat this board lock move. Your opponent can send (without targeting) those cards to the graveyard or banish zone, not targeting with card effects, such as "Super Polymerization," tributing with the Kaiju monsters archetype, or negating all card effects on the field, such as "Skill Drain."
"Ostinato" uses cards from deck or hand, you can send more fodder Melodious cards to the graveyard to make the entire deck more consistent to make other moves without using Melodious cards.
- Another fun thing is to run "Neos Fusion" just to disrupt the field.
- Some other cards, such as field spells and other spells/traps, are situational. This deck composes of spellcasters, fairies, and warriors.
- You can link summon.
- You can still run it for Master Rule 4 or Master Rule 5.
Remember, if you believe in the heart of the cards, and you need a deck that can fit almost all situations, you should try out the deck. It's fun and competitive!