Duo Timelords FTK/OTK

Deck Information
Deck Type: Meta Decks
Deck Master: Raphion, the Timelord
Submission Date: November 15th 2019
Last Updated: November 24th 2019
Author: Don_Kellen
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How to play the deck If you aim for a FTK/OTK

  • Have 2 timelords in your hand and a celestial transformation(If you have only one Timelord, Time maiden will help you in such a case)
  • Normal summon one timelord
  • Special summon the other timelord with celestial transformation
  • Attack directly or at a monster depending on the current field situation
  • After attacking enter main phase 2, Your opponent will roughly have 2000 LP left if done at the start of 8000 LP
  • Xyz summon Superdreadnaught Gustav Max Rail cannon and finish your opponent with its 2000 effect damage

Bear in mind if your opponent does not have any monsters and you have both Raphion and Michion on the field, Then the OTK will not work, In such a case you should aim for summoning 2 Michions as this is  much easier.

Raphion will only work in this case if your opponent has a monster with atleast 2000 atk assuming your opponent still has 8000 LP. Then you can use Michion and Raphion together in a situation like that

Sangan and Time Maiden are deck thinners as they will make the job faster

Although a FTK/OTK deck, it will still function pretty well in case you don't get the right cards at the right time. In that case you can use Time Maiden's powerful effect to her full potential


Pretty much any deck that focuses on heavy beatdown and lacks the right defences to "destroy" the Timelords(Im looking at you Blue Eyes)


  • Decks that focus on banishing instead of destroying
  • Decks that negate effect monsters rendering Timelords completely useless
  • Cards that tribute opponents monsters( F'ing Kaijus man)

In conclusion

I usually wait for a couple of turns to get the right cards and If I don't in that amount of time.I tend to play the game without focusing on achieving an OTK

Just so you know.A Blue Eyes Deck is completely powerless against this deck and there is like only one card that I know can be a problem dealing with it in The Blue Eyes Archetype.But people don't normally summon it so...moving on

You are free to change the cards in the deck to your playing style but if you have any ideas on how to improve it. Let me know

Quick Update

You can substitute Raphion with Sandaion if you do want to rely on your opponents monsters which will deal its own 2000 effect damage.The downside to this is that Sandaion is not really easy to search out through the deck buts its a small price to play. The fun part is that if somehow an opponent negates Sandaion's effect,they must now worry about the 4000 beatstick which got summoned with no tributes whatsoever, So Sandaion can still protect itself with its massive stats from battle(or used against you so becareful)

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MonsterSangan x3
Time Maiden x3
Michion, the Timelord x3
Raphion, the Timelord x3
Swift Scarecrow x3
Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring x3
SpellsCelestial Transformation x3
Book of Moon x1
One for One x1
Pot of Extravagance x2
Pot of Duality x2
Mystical Space Typhoon x3
Magical Mallet x2
Dark Hole x2
TrapsMagic Cylinder x3
Drowning Mirror Force x3
ExtraNumber 77: The Seven Sins x3
Number 93: Utopia Kaiser x2
Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Gustav Max x3
Number XX: Utopic Dark Infinity x3
Number C9: Chaos Dyson Sphere x3
SideSandaion, the Timelord x3
Metaion, the Timelord x3

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2 thoughts on “Duo Timelords FTK/OTK

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    November 20, 2019 at 5:42 pm



    Really nice deck but i would change magic cylinder vs more timelords or timelords traps because you can not get attack damage because the timelords effekt

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    November 20, 2019 at 6:10 pm



    Thanks for your recommendation as regarding to your comment:
    1) I always have a tough time when adding more Timelords to the deck as it makes it more difficult to get the right Timelords to deal a sufficient amount of damage to my opponent. Magic Cylinder is only there to instead make the job easier so my opponent damages his/her own LifePoints
    2)What about Timelord traps?. I don’t think they would help out much in this type of deck as it focuses more on ending your opponent quickly. And as for damage, There is a reason why I picked Raphion and Michion out of all the other timelords. Its because of their effect to cause a hell amount of damage in one go. Sandion and Metaion might help in this deck but I don’t want to complicate things but if it will work for you then by all means. You can try it out

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