Joey Wheeler Deck

Deck Information
Deck Type: Anime Decks
Deck Master: B. Skull Dragon
Submission Date: October 7th 2018
Author: sam50
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Joey Wheeler

Joseph "Joey" Wheeler[6], known as Katsuya Jonouchi (Jōnouchi Katsuya) in the manga and Japanese version, is one of the main characters in Yu-Gi-Oh!. He is best friends with Yugi Muto. Joey starts out as an inexperienced Duelist, but he later becomes one of the greatest Duelists in the world. He accompanies Yugi throughout his adventures.

Joey Wheeler


Joey Wheeler's Decks

Joey Wheeler's Deck has changed numerous times throughout the series. His strategies often involve luck, which is sometimes criticized by other characters. Throughout much of the series Joey utilizes a Mixture deck with no discernible archetype. It usually consists of Warrior-Type monsters, possibly representing his strong fighting spirit, and later support for "Red-Eyes Black Dragon".

Initially he tried filling his Deck with just powerful Monster Cards. His Deck becomes more balanced as he learns more about the game.





Deck List
MonsterRed-Eyes B. Dragon x1
Black Dragon's Chick x1
Alligator's Sword x2
Baby Dragon x2
Axe Raider x2
Battle Warrior x2
Blue Flame Swordsman x2
Garoozis x1
Little-Winguard x2
Swordsman of Landstar x2
Gearfried the Iron Knight x2
Gilford the Lightning x1
Hayabusa Knight x2
Jinzo x1
Panther Warrior x2
Rocket Warrior x2
Summoned Skull x2
Armored Lizard x2
Swamp Battleguard x1
Lava Battleguard x1
Time Wizard x2
Copycat x2
SpellsShield & Sword x2
Foolish Burial x1
Giant Trunade x1
Graceful Dice x2
Polymerization x3
Roulette Spider x2
Scapegoat x2
Question x1
Monster Reborn x1
Pot of Greed x1
TrapsFairy Box x1
Skull Dice x2
ExtraAlligator's Sword Dragon x2
Thousand Dragon x2
B. Skull Dragon x2
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"Number" (Japanese: No. Nanbāzu, "Numbers") is an archetype of Xyz Monsters that are the focus of the story in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime and manga series. Each "Number" monster has a corresponding natural number included at the start of its name after "Number" (and occasionally a letter, such as C).

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