Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Mainspring/Wind-Up Deck (Ver. 1)

The deck was actually made and tested a few weeks ago. So the current decklist will be the one which I find more stable. And thanks for pointing out for the lack of extra deck that was not posted. (Note that this was for the March 2011 banlist)

Mainspring Deck (Ver.1)
Junk Synchron x 2
Lightlord Hunter, Ryko x 2
Mainspring Kitten x 2
Mainspring Warrior x 3
Mainspring Soldier x 2
Mainspring Magician x 3
Mainspring Dog x 2

Mainspring Factory x 3
Reinforcement of Army x 1
Pot of Duality x 3
Cyclone x 2
Dark Hole x 1
Monster Reborn x 1
Book of Moon x 1

Mirror Force x 1
Torrential Tribute x 1
Bottomless Traphole x 2
Over Wrench x 1
Solemn Judgement x 1
Solemn Warning x 2
Call of the Haunted x 1
Royal Oppression x 1
Dimension Prison x 2

Extra Deck(15):
Mainspring Zenmaister x 2
Gemknight Parl x 1
Inverse Roach x 2
Tiras, Keeper of Genesis x 2
No.39 Utopia Hope x 2
Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier x 1
Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier x 1
Black Rose Dragon x 1
Scrap Dragon x 1
Aoj Catastor x 1
T.G. Hyper Librarian x 1

As you can see, I added Junk Synchron and Rykos in this build. The weakness of the deck was that there was no "top draw" card to save you from difficult situations (Leaving Dark Hole Aside ><). Hunter was not very good in the build, unless u had some mainspring left on the field having its effect used already (often destroyed by opp already), so I had it removed.
I find that Factory is still best at 3. You want it with you when there is a mainspring, it keeps the cycle of your monsters coming (esp when u start out high on M/T, low on monsters).

The deck basic combo is warrior/dog/soldier + magician. With them, you can either choose to make a rank 4 exceed or rank 5 Tiras, depending on the situation.

P.S. I found Oppression too good to be left out. And I guess Konami thought so too =(

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