Rose Akiza

Deck Information
Deck Type: Anime Decks
Deck Master: Black Rose Dragon
Submission Date: September 18th 2018
Author: sam50
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(Shokubutsu) monsters were very overlooked and weak until support for the Type was released in the Crossroads of Chaos, Crimson Crisis and Raging Battle booster sets. A general strategy for Plant-Type Decks is to use cards like "Gigaplant", "Lonefire Blossom" and "Lord Poison" to fill the field with powerful monsters. They can go hand-in-hand with Insect-Types as well with cards like "Prickle Fairy".

One of the strongest Plant-Type monsters is "Tytannial, Princess of Camellias" at 2800 ATK. It has the power to negate any card effects that target simply by sacrificing a Plant-Type monster (which in worst case scenario can even be herself). It can be easily Summoned by Tributing "Lonefire Blossom". In power and strategy, "Tytannial, Princess of Camellias" is followed by "Gigaplant", which has 2400 ATK and the power to Special Summon Plants from the Graveyard and hand.

Akiza Izinski



Deck List
MonsterKoa'ki Meiru Gravirose x2
Aromage Rosemary x2
Bird of Roses x2
Blue Rose Dragon x2
Fallen Angel of Roses x1
Queen Angel of Roses x1
Regenerating Rose x2
Revival Rose x2
Rose Archer x2
Rose Fairy x2
Rose Lover x2
Rose Paladin x2
Rose Tentacles x1
Rose Witch x2
Rose, Warrior of Revenge x2
Twilight Rose Knight x2
Witch of the Black Rose x2
Feral Imp x2
Snakeyashi x2
SpellsBlack Garden x2
Mark of the Rose x2
Thorn of Malice x2
Seed of Deception x2
Fragrance Storm x2
Swords of Revealing Light x2
Polymerization x2
Harpie's Feather Duster x1
TrapsWall of Thorns x2
ExtraAromaseraphy Rosemary x2
Black Rose Dragon x2
Black Rose Moonlight Dragon x2
Splendid Rose x2
Rose Spectre of Dunn 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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