|Deck Type:||Non-Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Megalith Phul|
|Submission Date:||July 17th 2020|
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Your main goal with this deck is to get Megalith Phul on the field with materials to make Bethor on your opponent's turn to destroy their board. Your other objective is to get Unicore on field. You can get the Phul on board quite easily since you are running a ton of searchers. I can't stress it enough that getting Phul on the board is your #1 objective. Unicore is just the icing on the cake. But if you open a way to get Unicore + Kaleidoscope + Either Ophiel, Phul or one of the big Megaliths you can use Kaleidoscope to make Unicore, sending Herald of the Arclight, then using Herald Of the Arclight's effect to grab the missing combo piece. After turn one, you pretty much just keep setting up Phul to make Bethor, not allowing your opponent to get a hold on the game and slowly poke away at their lifepoints.
- It's Consistent. Like I said, you are running so many searchers that there are almost always multiple ways to get the cards you need.
- A well placed summon of Bethor can just completely shut down a lot of decks.
- It's extremely cheap. All of the Megalith cards are 15 cents or less, and the most expensive cards are Arclight ($3) and Chalislime ($3) and Manju ($4)
- It is extremely fragile at the Phul resolution on your opponent's turn. It is easily stopped by an Imperm or ash, and at that point you just have a blue boy on field, and maybe a Unicore.
- Nuking your opponent's board is cool, but there is a reason why Raigeki is not played in every deck today. Most meta decks can play through this, a lot like how they can play through Nibiru.