Cardfight #52 sees us pit Dempster’s Harmony Bermuda Triangle deck against Jasmine’s Perdition Dragon Kagero deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Harmony deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Perdition Dragon 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.
Wholehearted Dream, Meruru
Strides and G Guardians:-
1 Air Element, Sebreeze
4 Celebrate Voice, Lauris
2 Flying Mermaid, Frederica
4 School Etoile, Olyvia
1 Lucky Rise, Elprina
2 Hand in Hand, Leona (G-Guardian)
2 Sailor’s Medley, Nasha (G-Guardian)
- As mentioned in the video, this build now focuses more on adding power to units rather than just bouncing units back to hand. That doesn’t mean that this deck isn’t capable of bouncing units. There is still Lauris and Elprina to do that, just to name a few.
- I changed my First Vanguard to Meruru for this build because this deck requires more counterblast management. I no longer have cards like Kukuri to countercharge and relying solely on Nina to do that will jam me up very quickly. Plus, if I stride first and I have another rear-guard on the field other than Meruru herself, I can essentially make Lauris’ stride skill free to set up for other skills. Plus I get to draw too!
- In addition to heavy counterblast usage, this deck also uses a lot of soulblasts as well, especially with units like Nina, Vita, Liddy and so on. Cards like Heartful Ale, Fundy and Jump on the Water Surface, Amelie will help in replenishing the soul. If all else fails, there’s always Cherish Phrase, Reina.
- Ayna is a great card to include in this build as she gives other units Harmony when she herself goes into Harmony. Some of the cards I use do not have the Harmony skill, so by putting Ayna in Harmony and giving units like Olyvia the Harmony skill, placing a unit behind her will put both units in Harmony. From there, it allows you to proc skills like Cetia, which requires you to rest a unit in Harmony state.
- Not only that, Ayna’s second skill is also very helpful for adding 5k to units in the same column AND row as her, which means either one more hand to throw for guarding, or one more PG forced out.
- Yuka is a rather interesting card to include in this deck because she’s the only Harmony unit that does not require Generation Break to activate her skill. As long as she is in Harmony, she gives all other units in the same row 1k. It may not seem much at first, but putting another Yuka in the second row, and it’s all a numbers game from there.
- Celebrate Voice, Lauris is the main G Unit for this build, especially because her skill cost allows you to flip any G Unit face up. This means you can stride to her up to 4 times. She’s also one of the main cards that will allow you to bounce units back to your hand, so choose wisely which skill you wanna activate. Since the skill she gets only kicks in when she attacks, it would be wise to attack with one side, attack with her, and then attack with the remaining side. Not only that, she needs the whole field to be in harmony to give 5k to 3 units and get the extra critical, so if your field is anything other than 2, 4 or 6 units, you can’t use her skill anymore.
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