|Deck Type:||Non-Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Morphing Jar|
|Submission Date:||December 7th 2018|
|Last Updated:||January 1st 2019|
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Goal is to OTK, which can actually be done against most meta decks. Ash Blossom can be dealt with relatively easily because of flip spells and Prohibition, and Called by the Grave can be added for Droll Bird for an unreliable counter. All in all, the deck still has a good defensive play in it's Eclipse and Moon spell, and also can be partially stalled with reviving One Day of Peace. There are actually many plays that can result in getting the desired flip, so it can take some practice. Main Phase 2 can be used to get the Jar back face down by sending it to grave then reviving it with Shallow Grave (which also can make the opponent deck out when combined with Eclipse). Theoretically, this could even be a rogue strategy if the tournament isn't full of Lock Birds. The consistency is fair as long as all possible plays are considered and experience is applied. (Can OTK Sky Strikers and Thunder Dragons if going turn 1 with no Lock Bird, and can flip Thunder Dragons face down to negate effects if going turn 2, with victory odds being better and cheaper than other budget OTK decks) Megafleet is just to deal with the annoyance that is Cyber Dragons, and Needle Worm can be swapped out for another Hand Destruction if going against a smaller deck.
I added prohibition to the side deck and also one copy in the main. The reason? Prohibition can shut down ANY hand trap you declare. If you want to be safe and don't know which one to pick, pick Ash Blossom. Otherwise, prohibition can completely shut down certain archs; Dark Magician, Blue Eyes, Cyber, etc. Also, having certain side deck spells can help.
UPDATE #2: I found using Pot of Duality actually increased the first turn consistency of the deck, so I made some adjustments in that regard. The draw power is worth it.