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Koko

Koko

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[CFV] Post-FC17 Demagogue Assassin

15 April 2017 - 07:52 PM

4 | Enigmatic Assassin [First Vanguard]

4 | Dark Knight of Nightmareland

1 | One-Eyed Succubus

4 | Hysteric Shirley

3 | Monochrome of Nightmareland

4 | Specialist, Vincent

[ 5 Critical / 4 Draw / 3 Stand / 4 Heal ]

 

4 | Dimension Creeper

4 | Succubus of Pure Love

4 | Wertiger Yaeger
2 | Succubus of Avarice

 

4 | Blade Wing Sykes

3 | Demonted Executioner

3 | Flying Librarian

2 | Tragic Claw

 

4 | Blade Wing Sullivan

 

4 | Abominable One, Gilles de Rais

4 | Wings of Annihilation, Blade Wing Tibold

1 | Coffin of Absolute Zero, Rutland Vitrei

1 | Great Demon, Soulless Demagogue

1 | One Steeped in Sin, Scharhrot

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2 | False Dark Wings, Agrat bat Mahlat

2 | Medicine of Discontinuation, Vincent

1 | Dark Elemental, Dizmel

 

The deck's greatest strength is the ability to adapt to any match-up that it's facing. If you're playing against a much faster match-up, then you'll primarily be going for a huge Demagogue into 3-4x Assassin play to try and take them down from a relatively low early damage count. Against slow decks, building the right amount of Soul to keep Sullivan online for all of their attacks is an absolute must before you finish them with either Gilles de Rais or Rutand Vitrei powering up multiple Assassin swings. The greatest weakness that the deck has is early game pressure, so the advice for that is to try and mulligan into a Demonted to Soulcharge Yaegar and build board as efficiently as possible. 

 

Things worth mentioning:

  • Both Vincents add a lot to the deck. The G-Guard Vincent creates a huge amount of Shield while creating more Soul, something that automatically makes him a lot stronger than Saint Germaine. His cap is also a lot higher than Saint Germain. In conjunction with the heal trigger, this makes Vincent an Agrat bat Mahlat which gains all of the shield at the very best of times. However, you can also just G-Guard with him without using his G-Guard effect simply to build an additional Soul without touching your deck. This can prove essential when you need to keep your deck count above a certain number but still need to maintain Soul for Sullivan.
  • Think of Rutland Vitrei as a later Demagogue for when you need to finish the grind game. He will require careful keeping of your Soul and deck size in order to use properly, but will more than likely kill the opponent the moment he's dropped if timed correctly. 
  • I'm playing Dark Elemental, Dizmel to counteract one of the deck's harder match-ups: Dimensional Robos. Daikaiser's Guard Breaking capabilities renders Sullivan's guarding a lot weaker than it needs to be and Commander Laurel often times requires a 2-3 card investment to stop them from hitting your rearguard with their Stride. As such, I've opted to run a single Dizmel because it cannot be guard broken, making it a 25000 Guardian under Sullivan that Daikaiser cannot get rid of, which also has the ability to protect my rearguards. While it may not be useful in every match-up, this is now okay because Vincent can flip Dizmel as his cost so we still efficiently use it.

 

 


Stop deleting statuses.

20 February 2017 - 02:08 PM

Winter wanted to reply to VCR and you guys denied him the opportunity.


[CFV] Aim for the Top - Post-CB02 Gallop

19 December 2016 - 04:07 PM


1 Cosmic Hero, Grandhop
4 Cosmic Hero, Grandbeat
3 Justice Gold
3 Operator Girl, Rinka

2 Operator Girl, Reika
4 Operator Girl, Erika
[ 7 Critical / 5 Stand / 4 Heal ]

4 Cosmic Hero, Grandguard
4 Cosmic Hero, Grandlady
4 Enigman Blanc
3 Cosmic Hero, Grandrope

4 Cosmic Hero, Grandvolver
3 Cosmic Hero, Grandrifter
3 Cosmic Hero, Grandsub

4 Bravest Rush, Grandgallop
4 Super Cosmic Hero, Grandgallop

4 Super Cosmic Hero, X-Gallop
3 Super Cosmic Hero, X-Tiger
2 Great Galactic Governor, Commander Laurel D
1 Air Elemental, Sebreeze
1 Super Cosmic Hero, X-Lead
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3 Enigman Patriot
1 Dark Elemental, Dizmel
1 Super Cosmic Hero, X-Carivou

Biggest thing I want to experiment with in this deck is the Grade 2 line-up since Grandberet doesn't even seem like a bad card to be able to funnel 20,000 Power to your Vanguard for a single card. Decklist liberty to change in light of new information as the Clan Booster gets further revealed.


[CFV] Alfred

25 November 2016 - 08:46 PM


1 Guidepost Sage, Elron
4 Bringer of Dreams, Belenus
4 Floral Paladin, Flogal
4 Margal
4 Yggdrasil Maiden, Elaine
[ 8 Crit / 4 Draw / 4 Heal ]

4 Holy Guardian
4 Laurel Knight, Sicilus
3 Blaster-friend, Barcgal
2 Swordsman of Light, Blaster Rapier Laura
1 Paccgal

3 Favoured Pupil of Light and Darkness, Llew
3 Blaster Blade
2 Blaster Blade Seeker
2 Knight of Twin Sword
2 Swordsman of Light, Blaster Javelin Larousse

4 Shining King of Knights, Alfred Oath
2 Light Source Seeker, Alfred Exiv
1 Swordsman of Light, Picus

4 Aerial Divine Knight, Altmile
4 Transmigratory Dragon, Holy Squire Dragon
2 Holy Dragon, Saint Blow Dragon
1 Air Elemental, Sebreeze
1 Holy Dragon, Legit Sword Dragon
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2 Holy Dragon, Laserguard Dragon
1 Dark Elemental, Dizmel
1 Metal Elemental, Scryew

Get ready for an entirely new form of Royal Paladin aggro deck wee.

The release of Alfred Oath changes a lot about the deck and gives it a potential place on the map beside Sanctuary Guard, with it exchanging the huge early columns of Regalie for the deathly consistency of Alfred and Elron. The ability to tutor up the perfect board states for an early game Llew means that you're going to be able to start doing the Blaster Blade attack cycles under a near perfect board quickly and easily due to Larousse's ability to fetch both Barcgal and Flogal.

Exiv is there so that I can maintain an Alfred name, consistently being able to use Elron on my Grade 3 ride to tutor whatever G2 I might need at the moment. (More than likely Llew a lot, but it will sometimes be Larousse) Playing the single copy of Picus gives you a way to create SGD level columns in the match-ups you might need it, and it's a Swordsman as well as a Grade 2 in the deck for Alfred to be able to tutor out with ease.

new list of site rules [srs]

24 November 2016 - 04:33 PM

- no telling people to kys
- no trying to kys
- no disagreeing with people
- no discussing things with people
- no assuming genders
- no assuming sexualities
- no assuming races
- no assuming species
- no cards
- no graphics that would violate any of the above rules
- no roleplaying that would violate any of the above rules in universe


violation of any of these rules gets you perma'd tbh

lets make YCM PCM again

#TeamKook2016