|Deck Type:||Non-Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Numeron Network|
|Submission Date:||May 18th 2020|
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Timelords have always struggled with going first. With the new Numerons releasing, they finally have an answer.
This deck is split into 2 parts. The Numeron part is what I will call "Plan A." With multiple ways to search out Numeron Network, it should be your main goal. However, there are still ways you should go about baiting any Ash Blossoms your opponent might have. This is also where the Timelords, or "Plan B", come in. If done right, your opponent will assume you're playing just regular Timelords, and as such, try and hit those cards specifically. Time Maiden is the perfect Ash Blossom bait as searching any of your Timelords can be very strong. If it does bait an Ash, you're still free to search out your Numeron Network and switch to that mode. Going first, your best bets are ending on Zexal, Apollusa, or Megaclops. Going second, you can either try and otk with the Numerons, put down Megaclops if your opponent has no Xyzs, or summon one of the Borrel dragons. If all else fails and they shut down your Numeron strategy, you can still fall back on "Plan B" and just try finishing them off with Timelords.
-Time Maiden to bait Ash Blossoms.
-Summoning Timelords to bait monster negation, then sending them to the grave with Advance Draw to clear the field for Numeron Calling.
-Using Maiden as Twin-Twister fodder in order to be able to banish her for a Timelord. Summoning Metaion while you have Megaclops out is very powerful as it'll be immune to Metaion's bounce effect.
-If in a mirror match, try to either Ash the Numeron Network, or Imperm the Zexal. If they do get Zexal out, remember you can still summon so just putting a Timelord on the field to stall can often be enough.