|Deck Type:||Fun/Casual Decks|
|Deck Master:||Nekroz of Trishula|
|Submission Date:||February 14th 2018|
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The strategy is similar to Nekroz with the exception of the cards that it uses as ritual summoning fodder. Most of the fodder does come from the regular deck, but there is generally not enough fodder in any given hand for you to summon Trishula; the boss of this deck and the hardest card to summon. Whilst this deck does not perform the special summons of a true Nekroz deck and can not survive off of the extra deck in a link format, it does have its strengths: being able to turn weak, but sustainable, card advantage into plus summons and being able to protect monsters that are on the field for extended periods of time.
I started playing Yu-Gi-Oh in 2007 and left after about 6 years of casual play. I came back towards the end of 2015 (around when Nekroz was being played), and continued for about a year or two as a pretty casual player (using cards like Hammon, rarely going for a SS, carelessly wasting advantage - the whole 9 yards). In 2016-2017, however, I decided to pick up a competitive deck online (Zoodiacs) and I failed horribly. My experience with zoo led me to a whole variety of decks including Draco, D/D/D and several Pendulum based strategies, and since then I've made it my mission to understand the meta as well as to learn how to play it/play against it. Now I play on Dueling Nexus with an occasional appearance on Dueling Book Rated, so if you'd like to duel or chat - shoot me a message on discord (Cryselle#6969).
- My favorite deck: D/D/D (MR3)
- What I'm currently playing: Salad or True Draco
Crazy how we've had the same format for a year & counting basically