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While Big Bosses have been cropping in the game steadily since the introduction of Apoqliphort Towers, the need for a deck to have its bases covered hasn't been more apparent since the introduction of Kozmo Dark Planet. Now, this isn't to say any of the Big Boss monsters are broken or too hard to deal with; most (if not all) have distinct weakpoints and shortcomings that can be exploited. However, I have been hearing and seeing quite often players that are unable to deal with these monsters simply because their decks are unprepared for such situations. So, what can you do to prepare your deck for different situations?

 

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The Big Bad Bosses

 

The Kaijus have been left out as options to deal with these cards because the intention of this thread is to provide general strategies for dealing with these threats, as opposed to running specific cards that may hurt your deck's functionality.

 

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to say so below. If you're wondering what your deck can do to deal with these threats, post your deck here (a list will help, but not necessary. Don't clog the thread; if you can just link to a list that is much more preferable) and I can help you find specific means of dealing with these cards.


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...Quantums actually have a significance in this game? Seemed like it was only a thing for a week, and that was about it.
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...Quantums actually have a significance in this game? Seemed like it was only a thing for a week, and that was about it.

 

They were Tier 3 in the previous format; and in regards to normal play you're going to run into Magnus a lot more than Obelisk. It's relevant more by recency than tournaments, basically.


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Just so you know- Number 81's effect is a quick effect, not a trigger effect as you have stated.

 

I have a cure-all method for these types of bosses, but not that many people know about it (as far as I know) and I'd like to keep it under wraps so that I have an advantage when I start going to tourneys.



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What about Lunalight Leo Dancer, any of the Buster bosses, or the new Blue-Eyes support?

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Just so you know- Number 81's effect is a quick effect, not a trigger effect as you have stated.

 

I have a cure-all method for these types of bosses, but not that many people know about it (as far as I know) and I'd like to keep it under wraps so that I have an advantage when I start going to tourneys.

 

I believe I do mention that it's a Quick Effect at one point

 

 

 

What about Lunalight Leo Dancer, any of the Buster bosses, or the new Blue-Eyes support?

 

The point of this thread is to counter bosses that most decks actually cannot answer normally. Chaos MAX might make the list; but there's no strategy to beating him that isn't already laid out for one of the other bosses (like Ultimate Falcon).

 

As well, this is more-or-less to point out that the game is shifting as a whole, and that these monsters are becoming more apparent; so, you gotta go with that shift and understand how to deal with 'em instead of just doing what you usually do.


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Creature Swap and Share the Pain gg. Swap is fairly good as is. Share the Pain less so but not awful. They're things you could theoretically main whereas Kaijus are always going to be side cards.



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Creature Swap and Share the Pain gg. Swap is fairly good as is. Share the Pain less so but not awful. They're things you could theoretically main whereas Kaijus are always going to be side cards.

Do any of those work against these? Magnus and Falcon are unaffected, Dora can chain to them and Dark Planet simply negates them.

OP: You said Dark Planet is "Not a force to be reckoned with". Did ya mix up some idioms?

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Do any of those work against these? Magnus and Falcon are unaffected, Dora can chain to them and Dark Planet simply negates them.
OP: You said Dark Planet is "Not a force to be reckoned with". Did ya mix up some idioms?


As I understand it they affect the player not the cards so they do work. 80% sure. On a seperate note, Dora dies to every kind of effect negation anyway so I don't think it's comparable to the likes of Magnus and Ulti-Falcon.

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Dark Planet is not a force to be reckoned with

 

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This is my first time reading the card. Not only is it unable to be targeted and a floater, but it has ginormous stats and negates just about spells. And it's at 3, so you're bound to see it again even if you get it off the field.

 

Or they'll just pull a Dark Destroyer out of their ass. Raigeki is limited; Ignister is limited; Dark Destroyer is not.

 

"Not a force to be reckoned with." 

 

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Dark Planet is hot garbage though -_-






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