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Keaghey    135
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Monsters: 30
x3 Lightpulsar Dragon
x3 Darkflare Dragon
x1 Chaos Sorceror
x1 Black Luster Soldie
x1 Dark Armed Dragon
x1 Red Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon

x1 Eclipse Wyvern
x3 Lyla
x3 Ryko
x2 Card Trooper
x2 Dimensional Alchemist
x2 Tour Guide from the Underworld
x1 Sangan
x1 Night Assailant
x2 Effect Veiler

x2 Tragoedia
x1 Gorz

Spells: 12
x2 Gold Sarcophagus
x2 Pot of Duality
x3 Solar Recharge
x1 Allure of Darkness
x1 Monster Reborn
x1 Dark Hole
x1 Heavy Storm
x1 Charge of the Light Brigade

Extra: 15
x1 Black Rose Dragon
x1 Scrap Dragon
x1 Arcanite Magician

x1 Queen Dragon Djinn
x1 Photon Pappy
x1 Utopia
x1 Maestroke
x1 Wind-Up Zenmaines
x1 Tentempo
x1 Leviathan
x1 Leviair
x1 Tiras
x1 Exa-Beetle
x1 Photon Strike Bounzer
x1 Gaia Charge

Side: 15
It's a work in progress, but...
x3 TKRO
x2 D.D. Crow
x1 Effect Veiler (I don't know if I have access to Cs)
x3 MST
x2 Royal Decree
x2 Nobleman of Crossout
x2 Puppet Plant

Was using Graham's build, but I changed it around a bit to something that fits me a little better. D-alch is really really strong, and it can fix bad hands quick. Same for sarc, PoD, etc
Thinking of taking this to regionals Oct 6
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Keaghey    135
[quote name='BooBsamn' timestamp='1348474036' post='3287579']
Bravo, your idea it is brilliant
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Bravo, your post is extremely inconsequential and unnecessarily sarcastic.

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Keaghey    135
updated the side deck, the img does not reflect that but the text does. comments and critique please

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»BoraxTheLean    7119
Dooler, have you thought of using the powerful ygo duelist card: The Seal of the Baltimore Orioles?

Just a thought.
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»BoraxTheLean    7119
[quote name='MastaOfChaos' timestamp='1348638963' post='3289491']
I honestly believe Honest would be nice in this.
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Care to give a ygo doolist reason as to why you honestly believe the said ygo doolist card would be nice in this?

(post more so I can rep it)

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I believe this because it works with Lightpulsar and Dimensional Alchemist also is nice to use Honest banish it get it back with Alchemist effect.
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heaven    488
[quote name='MastaOfChaos' timestamp='1348640218' post='3289510']
I believe this because it works with Lightpulsar and Dimensional Alchemist also is nice to use Honest banish it get it back with Alchemist effect.
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Most importantly you have to commit less to get past a 2600+ monster. You can fake ryko with it almost like spy (1900 def is still cool). With alchemist you can get anything. Leviar not so much, but honest is a great target for it.
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Keaghey    135
i would love to fit honest in, i like it a lot more with d-alch, but i honest can't find any room.
and as for the seal, i am not really a huge fan. i feel like its going to be milled most of the time or i'll draw it whenever i have a couple chaos monsters on board.

like, after the testing i've been doing i haven't found anything i would change, but i'm interested in knowing if dgz has some helpful insight. i only wish i could have chaos sorcs.

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