|Deck Type:||Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Sky Striker Ace - Raye|
|Submission Date:||April 9th 2019|
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First off I want to say thanks to everyone who liked my newest Mekk-Knight Invoked build for 2019! It is the build that I play in real life and I have a ton of fun playing it. I will continue to ask you guys if you want to see a specific deck profile or not. After testing with Trickstar Sky Striker for some time now for you guys, this is what I have come up with. The deck is very powerful and hardly ever bricks. The main objective of the deck is to go first, fill up your graveyard with as many spell cards as possible, use Sky Striker Mobilize - Engage! to gain resources and use Sky Striker Mecha - Hornet Drones to go into Sky Striker Ace - Shizuku during your end phase. After going into Shizuku you want to summon your Trickstar monsters like Trickstar Candina and Trickstar Lycoris which will inflict damage to your opponent during their turn. The reason this deck is so good is because the Trickstar engine goes so well with the Sky Striker spells since Trickstar Light Stage is not a once per turn and you can activate multiple of them in the same turn, allowing you to fill up your graveyard with Terraforming and Light Stage(s). After you go first, it is hard for your opponent to get over your monsters since Shizuku says your opponent's monsters lose 100 attack and defense for each spell card in your graveyard, while you control a 1600 attack monster (Lycoris). Your opponent most likely won't be able to get over this because most of the time you will have handtraps on top of the board you've established. Handtrapping your opponent at the correct time, even once can mean the ending of their turn. Plus you may end on Called By the Grave set and or Twin Twisters which are two really powerful spells. Twin Twisters is so good in this deck because it allows you to discard another spell card which just fills your graveyard with even more spells, plus the Twin Twister you activated. I hope you guys enjoy the deck, it has seen a ton of success on ygopro when I was testing and building it from scratch.