|Deck Type:||Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Alba-Lenatus the Abyss Dragon|
|Submission Date:||June 28th 2022|
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Do you like to maul someone you hate, but don't like to put any effort into actually planning something ethical or creative whatsoever? If this is the case my friend, well I have the deck for you. While indeed this does tend to get devoured by the jaws of death (known only as Nibiru, The Primal Being), Invoked - Branded - Blue-Eyes combines all the absolute simplicity of recreating the German Blitzkrieg strategy without years of planning or making literal investment (except when I had to do in a span of a week). All that is needed is a pilot that is familiar with Fusion based mechanics, and a optimal side deck that stops pesky hand traps from the oncoming siege in Gdańk itself (like Solemn Strike or Skill Drain).
Now if you aren't familiar with these three archetypes already, I'll give you a TL;DR rundown to save time within this paragraph for the sake of trying to simplify; but be clear about these three to who aren't familiar with them already. Aleister on normal summon searches the spell card Invocation and goes into either Invoked Mechaba, Invoked Caliga, or Invoked Augoeides. Branded package is based around the monster Fallen of Albaz, who has multiple fusion monsters that can help in various situations (whether it would be to recover banished pieces, extend fusion plays, or clear away a big ol' threat). Then we got the Blue-Eyes arsenal that (while no longer on terms and conditions with its Synchro monsters) can still cause collateral damage, and has new support to protect other monsters (and cause trouble for your opponent), such as Blue-Eyes Jet Dragon and Dictator of D.
Now the question I have had during testing, but only for the part where Blue-Eyes comes in: How does Seto Kaiba's iconic monster have synergy between both Invoked and Branded strategies? To simply put it, it's a LIGHT-Attribute, Dragon-Type Monster that can be anywhere at any time for any scenario. Hence why I have the fusion monster Alba-Lenatus the Abyss Dragon on standby. How I do it though is this: I use Branded fusion to mill your Fallen of Albaz and maybe something like Aluber the Jester of Despia (if on the field) or Aleister the Invoker (if in my deck); to then get Lubellion the Searing Dragon, and proceed to collect all of my Dragon-Type monsters that are banished or in the GY (including Lubellion) to be recycled for second/third use. As a result, I can continue creating efficient boards without having to worry about resources or having to budget out what I have to use in one singular turn when it comes to getting that point on hand.