Deck Information
Deck Type: Meta Decks
Deck Master: Diviner of the Heralds
TCG/OCG: World (TCG & OCG)
Submission Date: May 23rd 2020
Last Updated: May 24th 2020
Author: juvenile
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Based on Light Tsukiko deck in OCG Structure manga. It uses all the good stuff being Herald and Timelord. But instead of using ritual, we're using Super Quant because the card advantage it gives us. I'll explain the Alphan setup, if you summon Alphan (normal summon or from Diviner of the Heralds and One for One), use eff choose Alphan, Red Layer, and White Layer (they are the best Quants main deck, it guarantees us pluses). 2/3 chance Red Layer goes to gy for free ss and the other 1/3 chance if it is summoned, we use Red recover White (not Alphan, but the big one), ss White using Red as fodder triggering Red eff for free ss. Also pay attention to White Layer effect, as its second eff may look good but it really is not, like if we already triggered Red eff there's no need to use White 2nd eff, also it ensures us to trigger another Alphan we recovered later next turn. The third eff is super great, but we have to recover Alphan from gy only, because if White is summoned/milled through Alphan, it means we would have 2 Alphan outside of the deck, we need all 3 different Super Quant in deck to trigger our recently added Alphan from gy for follow up play.

The Diviner combo is easy, we dump Trias Hierarchia (or White/Red/Time Maiden depends on what we need if we already have Trias in hand), use Trias ss itself by tributing Diviner, trigger Diviner ss Valkyrie Sechste, use Sechste ss Sigrun, make TK of All Calamities using Trias + Sigrun while still having Sechster on the field, it means any extender can result to Red-Eyes Dark Dragoon. The extenders we use are: Red Layer, Hecatrice + Valhalla, Tuner's High (searches Diviner by using lvl1 fairy fodder, works with Alphan, Time Maiden, and Sechste), Time Maiden (Tuner's High fodder, first eff to break board by adding Zaphion for backrow or Metaion for monster, second eff for follow up play doing the same as 1st eff), Foolish Burial (dump Red Layer if we have another Super Quant in gy or Trias/White Layer), and lastly One for One. The Super Quant field is there cus its just 1 material xyz for Red/White Layer as additional disruption.

Pros: Great first turn board while still having Dragoon as backup if interrupted, only uses minimal resource, big staple slot, follow up play is super great thanks to Alphan and Timelord lineup, Timelord is also good going second.

Cons: Bad matchup against backrow deck.

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MonsterDark Magician x1
Red-Eyes B. Dragon x1
Nibiru, the Primal Being x1
Zaphion, the Timelord x1
Metaion, the Timelord x1
Valkyrie Sigrun x1
Trias Hierarchia x1
Super Quantum White Layer x2
Super Quantum Red Layer x2
Hecatrice x1
Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring x2
Diviner of the Heralds x3
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Time Maiden x3
Super Quantal Fairy Alphan x3
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Lightning Storm x1
Foolish Burial x1
Tuner's High x3
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Valhalla, Hall of the Fallen x3
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True King of All Calamities x1
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Super Quantal Mech Beast Magnaliger x1
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Accesscode Talker x1
Black Luster Soldier - Soldier of Chaos x1
Topologic Trisbaena x1
Knightmare Unicorn x1
Knightmare Phoenix x1
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Linkuriboh x1
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Dark Ruler No More x3
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