Misty Tredwell-Gagagigo deck

Deck Information
Deck Type: Anime Decks
Deck Master: Evil Dragon Ananta
Submission Date: December 31st 2018
Author: sam50
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Misty Tredwell


Misty Tredwell

Misty Tredwell, known as Misty Lola in the Japanese version, was a character from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. She is a fashion model, who could read someone based on their facial appearance. She was a member of the Dark Signers with the Lizard dark mark, but was returned to life following Goodwin's defeat.



Reptile (Japanese:Hachūrui) monsters were once one of the most overlooked and undersupported types, their only real use previously being Tribute fodder for "Ultra Evolution Pill". However, with the release of the "Alien" and "Venom" archetypes, Reptiles have come into their own as a Type that focuses on controlling the opponent with the use of Counters. Many Reptiles focus upon weakening the opponent instead of strengthening themselves, often leaving the opponent powerless. Because of this, Reptile-based decks and archetypes focus on tactics that reward patience and strategy over simplicity and brute force. The most brutal example of this is found in "Vennominaga the Deity of Poisonous Snakes", which, while difficult to get onto the field, brought near-invincibility as well as one of the game's few Automatic Win conditions.



Deck List
MonsterOshaleon x2
Majioshaleon x2
The Tyrant Neptune x1
Lion Alligator x2
Skreech x2
Spawn Alligator x2
Gale Lizard x2
Gagagigo x2
Giga Gagagigo x2
Gogiga Gagagigo x2
Evil Dragon Ananta x2
Bitelon x2
Cobra Jar x3
Jar Turtle x2
Razor Lizard x2
TrapsOffering to the Snake Deity x2
Damage = Reptile x2
Mirror Force x2
Magic Cylinder x2
SpellsA Legendary Ocean x2
Fissure x2
Smashing Ground x2
Ancient Rules 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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