Saturday, 25 May 2013

The Fun Theory Part 10: Lovely Acid

When creative juices start to run out, you know you have to start making troll decks to regain your creativity. And thats exactly what I did, introducing my brand new fun....maybe troll deck to all of you!


Monsters (20):
[3] Kabazauls
[3] Gagagigo
[2] Rescue Rabbit
[3] Gishki Beast
[3] Gishki Avance
[3] Gishki Ariel
[3] Elemental HERO Bubbleman

Spells (10):
[3] Creature Swap
[3] Mystic Box
[3] Mystical Space Typhoon
[1] Heavy Storm

Traps (10):
[2] Dimensional Prison
[2] Compulsory Evacuation Device
[3] Xyz Reversal
[3] Safe Zone

Extra (15):
[2] Bahamut Shark
[3] Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction
[1] Number 17: Leviathan Dragon
[1] Abyss Dweller
[1] Evolzar Dolkka
[1] Evolzar Laggia
[1] Maestroke The Symphony Djinn
[1] Gem-Knight Pearl
[1] Number 50: Blackship Of Corn
[1] Number 39: Utopia
[2] Gagaga Cowboy

This deck basically focuses on using "Bahamut Shark" to bring out "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction". Following that, "Creature Swap", "Mystic Box", or "Xyz Reversal" will be used to switch control of "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" to your opponent.

Name: Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction
Rank 3/ Water/ Rock/ Xyz/ Effect/ 3000/ 3000
Effect: 2 Level 3 monsters
During your Standby Phase: Detach 1 Xyz Material from this card or take 2000 damage. You cannot Special Summon any monsters. While this card has no Xyz Materials, it cannot attack.

Switching control of "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" to your opponent does not give him/her a big beatstick. As "Bahamut Shark" special summons the Xyz monster without any Xyz materials, "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" will never be causing any damage to you.

So, what does "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" do to your opponent?
1) They get a monster on the field that they can't use to attack.
2) They cannot special summon any monsters.
3) They take 2000 damage during each of their standby phase because "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" has no Xyz material on it.

I built this deck with the intention to bring down Incarnate Dragons. When "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" is on your opponent's side of the field, they cannot special summon any of their dragons and they will be slowly burnt to death by its effect. (Muahahaha)

When your opponent is playing Incarnate Dragons and they have "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" on their side of their field, there is pretty much nothing they can do. The only cards that they can use to get rid of "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" would be either "Dark Hole" or "Blaster, Dragon Ruler Of Infernos". This is when the other star of this deck comes in, and it is none other than "Safe Zone"!

By activating "Safe Zone" on the "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" when your opponent activates "Dark Hole" or uses the effect of "Blaster, Dragon Ruler Of Infernos", "Safe Zone" will prevent "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" from getting destroyed, and continue to ensure that your opponent cannot special summoned and is burnt every turn XD

There is just the risk of "Mystial Space Typhoon" though. If "Mytical Space Typhoon" hits "Safe Zone", Kaboom! "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction" will be destroyed by "Safe Zone's" effect as well. However, this risk is rather low as Incarnate Dragon players tend to not run "Mystical Space Typhoon" from my observations. If they want to use "Blaster, Dragon Ruler of Infernos" effect to destroy "Safe Zone", they would have to wait till the next turn since they can only activate this effect once per turn.

One thing to take note though, ensure that you would give them one copy of "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction". This is because if they have 2 monsters on the field, they would be able to tribute summon them for their dragons. Therefore, it is vital that you have a beatstick on your own side of the field to take out any baby dragons that they might be setting or summoning in order to tribute summon next turn.

However, do take note that if your "Creature Swap", "Mystic Box" or "Xyz Reversal" is negated, then it can be potentially harmful to yourself because you would be the one taking the damage then. Therefore, I run 3 copies of "Mystical Space Typhoon" and 1 copy of "Heavy Storm" in this deck to stop any spell negators in their backrow before they can start.

Some of you may be puzzled by why I did not run "Monster Reborn" in this deck. Looking at the monster lineup, I did not find any reasons to run "Monster Reborn" over any of the other cards in this deck. "Rescue Rabbit" can give me easy access to "Bahamut Shark" while the Gishki engine with "Gishki Avance" and "Gishki Ariel" leading the front can get "Gishki Beast" out quickly, similarly giving me access to "Bahamut Shark". If there are any drawbacks to these 2 engines, there is always "Elemental HERO Bubbleman" to fall back on.

Therefore, with the huge potential to bring out "Bahamut Shark" quickly, I did not find any reasons to substitute out any of the cards for "Monster Reborn" since the primary purpose of this deck is to Xyz for "Bahamut Shark" to get out "Number 30: Acid Golem Of Destruction". "Monster Reborn" would only be useful in this deck if I actually intend to run my opponent over with a barrage of Xyz monsters. However, I prefer to just burn them slowly XD

There are still many potential drawbacks to this deck since I have only built it for a day, and I have not actually played against any Incarnate Dragons deck with my "Lovely Acid" deck :(
So if you guys have any ideas to help me improve this deck, do comment to let me know!

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