|Deck Type:||Fun/Casual Decks|
|Deck Master:||Star Battle Knight Cheron|
|Submission Date:||June 17th 2021|
|YGOPRODeck File Download|
The current times are very special for fans and players of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Like so many other things, the tournaments are currently only taking place virtually and are then referred to as remote duels. On the 15th and 16th
May the Remote Duel Extravaganza took place, which is definitely worth a look. The victory there went to an old friend, namely Virtualwelt. But since I have already introduced this cover topic, we will dedicate ourselves today to the runner-up and that is Tri-Brigade.
The cover theme
Usually I always use the German designation of the topics in my articles, simply because many of you also prefer German maps. But here I made a conscious decision against it: Regardless of whether we look to Italy, Portugal or Spain, the English name Tri-Brigade has been adopted everywhere.
Yes, even the French, who otherwise even turn Darth Vader into Dark Vador, remain true to the template and simply call the archetype Tri-Brigade. Not so the Germans, who for some reason believe that Sta-Brigade would be a much more appropriate name. The “tri” clearly refers to the three different types that we find united here: It is about monsters, monster-warriors and winged monsters.
The topic itself is still quite new and only came to us in Phantom Rage at the end of last year. The game mechanics are mainly based on link summons and the banishment of monsters. Ismail B.'s deck, which I would like to introduce to you today, combines tri-brigade with lyric song bird, accordingly there are also lyric song bird Xyz monsters in the extra deck, which then brings Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS - Himmelsdonner into conversation.
Before I get to the actual deck, I'd like to take a quick look at the tournament itself. A total of 207 players took part in the Remote Duel Extravaganza # 6, and of course the game was played according to the current banlist.
As already mentioned, the first place went to Virtualwelt, but after that there are a number of tri-brigade decks.
Not only did Ismail B. take second place with this topic, places 3 and 4 also went to Tri-Brigade, but then in combination with Zoodiak and again Lyrikliedervogel.
In places 5 to 8 are the usual suspects in the form of pranksters, dragon links, dinosaurs and dogmatics. Shaddoll Invoked and Eldlich made it into the top 16, which is quite respectable with a total of 207 participants.
Let's finally get to the deck of the runner-up. The combination with Lyrikliedervogel has proven itself here and was represented twice in the top 4.
Sta-Brigade Fraktall and Sta-Brigade Kerass are sometimes the most central cards in the deck and should definitely appear three times.
You can put Fractal from the field or (much better!) From your hand into the graveyard to also move a monster, monster-warrior or winged monster of level 3 or lower from the deck to the graveyard.
You can also use this directly, because with its help you can summon a link monster from the extra deck and only have to banish monsters from the cemetery according to the number of links. You can special summon Kerass yourself, but otherwise it has the same summoning effect as Fraktall.
Sta-Brigade Kitt and Sta-Brigade Nevall can also summon Link Monsters from the Extra Deck in the same way, but they also generate an advantage if they are discarded, which Kerass easily takes care of.
All of these effects are limited to the three different types of monsters and from now on you can only summon these three types, but that does not play a particularly important role in this deck, since you almost exclusively play forms of the monster type anyway.
Although: Similar to Eightness from Ancient Guardians, you are also dependent on a very specific type of monster here. So if there was a card that turned all monsters on the field or in the graveyard into zombies, for example ...