Friday, February 14, 2014

“Foresee the Future, Magical Magus Shine!”

Hello Everyone!  I want to say Happy Valentine’s Day or Single Appreciation Day to the Trigger Capital team and to all Cardfighters.  I have another deck profile I been testing out (proxy deck), and I am very excited to build it when it comes out in extra booster set 7: “Mystical Magus” in April this year.  Since I like wizards and magic (Harry Potter fan, Ragnarok Online fan (wizard class) and any anime that has magic and wizards), Magus of the Oracle Think Tank clan felt like a perfect fit for my interest.  This deck amazes me on how it gives me good draw and hand power and arrange the cards on the top of your deck in any order.  The deck pretty much alters outcomes for the whole game just by some of the Magus’s skills of looking at the top card(s) on your deck and stacking triggers on top.  To fit this lovable holiday, I present to you my Magus build.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Vanquish the Evil and Shine with Righteous Justice, “Super Dimension Robo, Daikaiser!”

Hello Everyone, I apologize if I haven’t been posting in a while, but I was busy with cosplay gatherings and future gathering preparations.  However, I have a new deck profile that I enjoy soo much, which is my Dimensional Robo, Daikaiser build, or my Dimensional Robos Unite.  To begin with, Dimensional Robo is one of my personal favorite clans.  The reason why I like Dimensional Robos is that they kind of remind me of my favorite TV shows the Power Rangers and Transformers when I was a kid.  I love how they all transform and unite into one strong warrior to fight all evil that threatens the universe.  However, some of the new Dimensional Robo cards from the new upcoming trial deck number 12: “Dimensional Brave Kaiser,” and set 13: “Catastrophic Outbreak,” they do appear more like Transformers than Power Rangers and also a tiny bit of Gurren Lagann reference too, but I still like them.  These brave warriors are the galactic protectors of the planet Cray.  Let’s begin the deck profile. 

“It’s Showtime!” Pale Moon: Nightmare Doll Chelsea Takes the Stage

Hello Cardfighters!  I am back with another fun deck profile on the new upcoming Pale Moon support from booster set 12 "Binding Force of the Black Rings."   Pale Moon is one of my favorite clans next to my Gold Paladins and my other 10 different clans I play.  Pale Moon has been a personal favorite because all the units kind of make me reminisce my past as a child when I went to see my first circus performance with my father at a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey in Anaheim, California.  The show was fantastic, and I loved it.  I always love the elephants and the fun festivities the circus presents, and Pale Moon’s clan mechanic is just fun and makes me relive the experience at the circus with their mechanic of coming out of the soul and back in like a disappearance act.  In booster set 12, I am making Chelsea, and I am also making my silver thorn deck too.  My favorite Pale Moon cards are the Nightmare Dolls and Midnight Bunny because they are soo cute.  Silver Thorns I like because the artwork on them are soo cool, and their mechanic is fun too.  So, roll up the curtains and let the show begin.  I present to you Cray's darkest and greatest performers of the Pale Moon clan.  This is my Pale Moon Nightmare Doll Chelsea deck profile along with Miracle Pop Ava (break ride).