|Deck Type:||Fun/Casual Decks|
|Deck Master:||Inferno Tempest|
|Submission Date:||October 15th 2020|
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For my submission to the Yu-Gi-Oh spooky deck competition, I thought of the scariest thing I could, the inevitability of death. I decided against that idea at first because stall decks are lame as hell. Looking at my deck now you may be thinking that I am a horrible hypocrite, playing mine when I said stall was lame, however, there is one card that instills fear into the hearts of every man. Mystic Mine. But I thought that that may discredit the deck so I strayed away from using it too often. I found out later, that it facilitated my plays extremely well. I don't feel like I must explain the horror of getting hit by a meteor and of the other obvious cards, so now we will go into the "strategy" involved.
Mill. Mill. Mill. That is the name of the game when you play this deck, at least most of the time. The best play to make when you have this titular card is to tribute an opponent's monster into a 3000+ attack Kaiju then destroy your own 0 attack monster with it to activate the spell's effect. After all of the banishing, the Necrofaces activate, milling your opponent some more. If you have a Left Arm, you want to go for this card. To help you get to this card, we have a few stall items such as the Mystic Mine, and if you are in the DIREST OF STRAITS, you use a Kaiju and then go into Relinquished Anima to snatch up the Kaiju and gain the attack to just punch their face. The side deck is something you can choose on your own, find what you would enjoy for the deck. This is by no means to be taken as anything remotely viable and is just a fun casual deck.