Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Updated KBK Deck (After DREV)

Hi guys, heres just a quick post on the updated KBK (Koutetsu no Black Knight) deck which I made previously. This deck is changed due to the new card from DREV, namely Synchro Fusionist.

With Synchro Fusionist, the deck is able to search out Future Fusion easily, thus allowing you to change the build where you can tend more towards the OTK factor, as compared to the previous build which tries to be more balanced. Got through qualifiers on Saturday at Khatib with the deck, though I sadly scrubbed after that due to bad hand of too many Jinzos in hand even though I could Future Fusion. Heres the deck list that I used on Saturday below for everyone to enjoy

Monster [24]
[2] Cyber Dragon
[3] Jinzo
[3] Jinzo Returner
[3] Ally Genex Birdman
[3] Junk Synchron
[2] Synchro Fusionist
[2] Dark Grepher
[1] Armageddon Knight
[1] Zombie Carrier
[1] Dark Armed Dragon
[1] Chaos Sorcerer
[1] Gorz
[1] Tragodia

Magic [13]
[1] Allure of Darkness
[1] Foolish Burial
[1] Heavy Storm
[1] Hurricane
[1] Cyclone
[1] Future Fusion
[1] Overload Fusion
[1] Reinforcements of the Army
[1] Limitter Removal
[1] Brain Control
[1] Mind Control
[2] Golden Chest of Sealing

Trap [3]
[1] Cry of Living Dead
[2] Thunder Break

The deck is quickly gaining popularity on several Japanese sites as well, where the general focus is still on using Junk Synchro to bring back Fusionist then search out Future Fusion / Overload Fusion. However, I based the build on my own KBK and just editted to include the Synchro Fusionist so as to focus more on the otk factor. The Japanese build uses Ryko (For milling Jinzo stuff as well as more Junk Synchron mat), then use Magic Mining stone in case Future Fusion gets discarded. However, as my fantastic luck will have it, I seem to always discard it to grave, so I removed it totally, lol.

Anyway, I have just uploaded 3 videos on how the deck plays out. Hope you guys enjoy it! (To see the remainder 2 videos, click on the video to go to the actual youtube site, then see the video response area)


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