Danger! Servants

Deck Information
Deck Type: Fun/Casual Decks
Deck Master: Danger! Bigfoot!
TCG/OCG: TCG
Submission Date: November 13th 2019
Last Updated: November 14th 2019
Author: Kagic-Marp
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This Deck's main strategy is to populate the Graveyard with "Skull Servant" to Summon a "King Of The Skull Servants" up to 17000 ATK. The advantages of this Deck include its ability to produce extremely high-ATK monsters very quickly (which may not be affected by Spells or Traps if "The Lady in Wight" is on the field), as well as its resilience in Summoning said monsters repeatedly. The "Danger!" archetype aims to amass card advantage from the effects of the "Danger!" monsters, that force the opponent to discard a card from the "Danger!" player's hand. The strategy consists in the "Danger!" monsters revealing themselves in their owner's hand to activate their effects, then "hiding" in the hand again, making the opponent randomly discard a card from their opponent's hand. If they fail to "catch" the "Danger!" monster, the monster is Summoned and a card is drawn. If they do "catch" the "Danger!" monster, it triggers its discard effect, which varies from Special Summoning a "Danger!" monster from the Deck to destroying a card on the field. As such, the competitive potential of the Deck lies in the fact that activating a "Danger!" monster's effect will only rarely be a disadvantage to their user. Summoning several "Danger!" monsters in a turn isn't difficult and they can quickly perform an OTK, especially when combined with other archetypes, such as "Dark World", whose effects activate when they are discarded.



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MonsterSkull Servant x3
Danger! Bigfoot! x3
Danger! Thunderbird! x3
Danger! Ogopogo! x3
Radian, the Multidimensional Kaiju x2
Danger! Nessie! x2
Wightprincess x3
The Lady in Wight x3
Wightmare x3
Wightprince x3
King of the Skull Servants x3
SpellsAllure of Darkness x3
One for One x1
Raigeki x1
Slash Draw x1
Monster Reborn x1
Called by the Grave x2
Twin Twisters x2
ExtraNeo Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Dragon x3
Galaxy-Eyes Full Armor Photon Dragon x1
Number 62: Galaxy-Eyes Prime Photon Dragon x1
Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy x2
Leviair the Sea Dragon x2
Saryuja Skull Dread x1
Vampire Sucker x2
Proxy Dragon x2
Linkuriboh x1
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    November 13, 2019 at 10:17 pm

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    there are some many random flaws in this deck, but overall i see what ur working with but trying using up to date cards i guess

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    November 14, 2019 at 12:14 am

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    what do you mean upto date cards? also could you tell me the flaws? im not trying to make it meta or anything. thanks

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    November 14, 2019 at 8:54 pm

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    You should not use neo galaxy eyes dragon, instead try galaxy eyes cipher dragon because nobody really use xyz anymore. Plus you should add proxy somewhere to hold more monsters from the extra deck.Thanks for not being rude about my post, as soon as i read it myself i felt bad.

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    November 14, 2019 at 10:37 pm

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    lol np. ill fix the deck aswell. thanks.

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