|Deck Type:||Non-Meta Decks|
|Deck Master:||Toon Black Luster Soldier|
|Submission Date:||November 22nd 2020|
|YGOPRODeck File Download|
The new cards from Toon Chaos opened up a whole new world of possibilities for Toons.
Not only was Toon Black Luster Soldier a welcome addition to the deck, granting both removal AND the ability to attack directly on the same turn it's summoned (with the ability to be cheated out VERY easily, might I add) but Toon Bookmark and Page-Flip adds some much needed consistency to the deck as well. Toon Harpie Lady is a very nice bonus as well. Backrow removal is always welcome.
Now, I've always been the type of guy who likes to draw his cards pretty darn quickly, hence why you see a 42 card deck with Pot of Desires tossed in. You can tech a surprise Gren Maju De Eiza, or even a Necroface to recycle said cards back into the deck. But, if you aren't chill with that, you can swap the Desires for Extravagance, but be warned that I found the deck a lot more consistent with Desires.
Some of you may be wondering why I'm maining Raigeki/Harpie's Feather Duster instead of shovelling in 2 copies of Lighting Storm.
In my experiments, while Lightning Storm is pretty nice on hand to have if you're lagging behind, it's rather limiting seeing as how you can't control anything face-up to use it. Best just to cut to the chase and use the actual cards with no drawbacks. However, I won't object to you swapping in two Lightning Storms.
By the way, just a heads up about Bookmark.
If you use Table of Contents, go for Bookmark first. Bookmark can fetch virtually anything Contents can (save for a few cards, but including Comic Hand) and can give you instant GY setup to protect Toon Kingdom when it's out. But if you already do have a Kingdom out, Bookmark can tech Page-Flip or Terror easily. It's your choice depending on if you want to play "Protect the Castle" or start stomping on your opponent's guts from the get-go.
If you're using Page-Flip, always, and I mean ALWAYS go for Toon Dark Magician, Red-Eyes or BLS.
If you strike gold with BLS, you've succeeded in cheating out your deck's boss monster. If you get Dark Magician, you have access to the Rank 7 engine, by virtue of fishing Red-Eyes as material. Or, you can use him to cheat out BLS. And if you get Red-Eyes, and you have DM or BLS in your hand, well. The game's your oyster at this point.
Number 68 is there because it was the only Rank 8 I had on hand at the time, plus there was a situation where I wished I had one to use.
Instant Fusion is so you can cheese out the Cyber Dragon Infinity engine easy-peasy. I know it ain't the unstoppable Godzilla it used to be, but with this deck, I'm looking to milk whatever advantage I can out of the monsters I put in.
Anyway, I'm a guy who runs Toons unapologetically, and I'm off to play some Pokemon Go. Let me know how this deck runs for you.