Cardfight #47 sees us pit Halim’s Chronofang Gear Chronicle deck (as played by ZaCaptain) against JJ’s Chronojet Gear Chronicle deck (as played by Leon). You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Chronofang deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Chronojet deck, click here.
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.
The notes that are featured in this deck profile will be provided by myself, as the owner of the deck is unavailable to provide them.
2 Parallel Barrel Dragon
2 Steam Breath Dragon
2 Steam Fighter, Attab
3 Steam Fighter, Nanneya
2 Steam Maiden, Danish
2 Steam Maiden, Sanilar (Sentinel)
2 Steam Scalar, Emellanna (Sentinel)
Strides and G Guardians:-
1 Air Element, Sebreeze
1 Fiery March Colossus
2 Interdimensional Beast, Float-gear Hippogriff
4 Interdimensional Dragon, Bind Time Dragon
2 Interdimensional Dragon, Warp Drive Dragon
2 Retroactive Time Maiden, Uluru
2 Highbrow Steam, Raphanna
- It’s easy to tell that this deck does need some work. Halim recently started playing Gear Chronicle, so before GBT07, he does not have a lot of access to many cards. But as a framework for what you need to look to do for a Chronofang Tiger deck, this is a good deck to build from.
- First off, the deck focuses mostly on sending units to the bind zone to make use of either skills that can activate from the Bind Zone, like Parallel Barrel Dragon, or to feed for Interdimensional Dragon, Bind Time Dragon’s skill.
- It’s a bit of a hybrid of the two playstyles of Gear Chronicle, with Time Leap and debilitating your opponent’s field. Time Leap plays well in a Chronofang Tiger deck because of the mechanic of sending your units to your Bind Zone.
- As such, having a large hand size would benefit this deck the most. Draw triggers are the first line, but Gear Cat Meshing Cogs can be swapped out entirely for Steam Battler, Ur-watar, thanks to his skill to draw two cards, then send one card back from your hand to the deck.
- From Chronofang Tiger’s GB2 skill to Time Leaping, it is easy to fill your Bind Zone up to wipe your opponent’s field of rear-guards through Bind Time Dragon’s skill. Making the Vanguard stand alone and then coming after him with double Critical is the current ideal way to finish off your opponent.
- And if you feel that your opponent has some Perfect Guards ready, there’s Fiery March Colossus to mess up his day. As long as your opponent has a grade 1 on the field, you can deny your opponent from using them thanks to Fiery March Colossus’s skill. Just be sure you have a strong attacking force.
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Stand up, my Vanguard!