|Deck Type:||Fun/Casual Decks|
|Deck Master:||Blue-Eyes Twin Burst Dragon|
|Submission Date:||July 22nd 2018|
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There are a couple of strats in this deck. One of which is getting an Extra Deck dragon onto the field, usually by special summoning materials from the graveyard using cards like Call of the Haunted, Silver's Cry or Soul Charge. This strategy is all about control of the field, with cards like BE Twin Burst Dragon, FHD and Odd Eyes Absolute Dragon. Some of these summoning methods even have ways of summoning multiple ED dragons at once. Take Azure Eyes Silver Dragon, when summoned, you're guaranteed to get a Blue-Eyes White Dragon at the start of your next turn. This can be used to help get Twin Burst Dragon onto the field.
Alternate strategies involve using the two Egyptian Gods, Slifer the Sky Dragon and Obelisk the Tormentor, Slifer isn't a priority in this deck but can come in handy when you've got a big hand and maybe a Soul Charge lying around. The best way to get one of these onto the field is to either special summon from the graveyard, or (If you're lucky), your opponent not destroying your front line.
A simple overview of the deck is that you want your best cards in the graveyard to special summon later. But if you're worried about banishment, don't fret. Imperial Iron Wall will help protect against that. As much as this deck seems to be about pressuring your opponent and dealing a lot of damage, it does have some elements of denial. Whether it's Compulsory Evacuation Device, Enemy Controller or Raigeki, you're sure to foil your opponent's strategy.