As I have mentioned before, we will now be bringing you the deck profiles of future cardfights we are releasing on the channel. Chances are you have been brought here from the YouTube page, but if you came from elsewhere, you can find the video above to that fight.
Take note that this build is one that is used for this cardfight. Changes may have been already made at this point in time by the owner. You are welcome to learn from this deck profile, if you are looking to build one, but we highly encourage you to build yours to fit you.
With that said, here’s Josephine’s Maiden of Neo Nectar deck from this fight.
Maiden of Physalis
– The main aim of this deck is filtering. That is why I opt to use units such Maiden of Damask Rose, which also serves as a grade 3 searcher if her attack hits.
– Maiden of Sweet Berry helps with quick field refilling at a low cost, but because she is unable to copy herself, it is not advisable to have too many of her on the field at one go. Two copies, I find, is sufficient here.
– This deck can work with the current trigger balance, but if you prefer a little more punch, you can replace the draw triggers with critical triggers instead.
– I included one copy of Arborea in the event that I have no soul to spare to use for my first stride. I prefer to ride Maiden of Rambling Rose first, which already uses a Soulblast 2 for her on-ride skill.
– If you don’t plan to use Maiden of Trailing Rose’s skill, you can take one or two copies of her out for another Maiden of unit.
– You can opt to use Maiden of Passionflower over Maiden of Blossom Rain, but because I already use Maiden of Waterpot often enough to do my counter-charging, I don’t need Maiden of Passionflower as much.
– As a whole, this deck is rather resource-heavy, in terms of the counterblasts and soulblasts. It also does require a bit of memory in knowing how many copies of certain vital units are still in your deck. As such, this deck is built and tuned to my way of playing this sub-clan and I strongly recommend that you use the deck list above as a trial deck of sorts to get used to the playstyle.
That is all for this deck. If you would like to see the Maidens’ opponent in Cardfight #38, which is Dempster’s Thavas Deck, click here.
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