Cardfight #53 sees us pit Josephine’s Ahsha Neo Nectar deck against Jasmine’s Blademaster Kagero deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Blademaster deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Blademaster 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.
Peach Orchard Maiden, Elmy
2 Peach Orchard Maiden, Elmy
3 Cornflower Flower Maiden, Ines
4 Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha
Strides and G Guardians:-
4 Dream-spinning Ranunculus, Ahsha
2 Ranunculus in Glorious Bloom, Ahsha
4 Flower Princess of Perpetual Summer, Verano
1 Sacred Tree Dragon, Multivitamin Dragon
1 Air Element, Sebreeze
4 Sacred Tree Dragon, Rain Breath Dragon (G-Guardian)
- Honestly speaking, this is not a “normal” Ahsha deck that most people would build. For one thing, it is highly dependent on a Ranunculus vanguard. And while it can keep a consistently large hand in mid to late game, it may also leave you with too many options at hand. It is still in testing so there’s much to improve, but do build your deck to your own preferences and specifications.
- Rather than power or calling ability, the focus of this deck is adaptability, which is the reason I play four draw triggers. You are free to take that out for criticals or stands instead.
- I chose to use Cherry Blossom Blizzard Maiden, Lilga as my perfect guard because it can be filtered out of the deck with several units’ skills.
- Cornflower Flower Maiden, Ines can be replaced with another unit, but I chose to include her in because of the skill of Flower Princess of Perpetual Summer, Verano which I usually stride to first. That being said, because of the reduction of Bloom units compared to a full-bloom deck, you often may be using her skill for naught.
- Using Flower Chamber Maiden, Salianna may be risky as there is no method to countercharge in this deck and also because she uses up cards in the soul. In addition, she can only call out a copy of a rear-guard instead of any unit. However, she is useful in the event that performing stride is not possible or redundant especially with Ahsha’s GB2 skill.
- There is no reason for inclusion of countercharging units as this deck rarely uses up a lot of counterblasts. Rather, you should watch for the amount of cards you have in your soul instead, which is easily built up using the skills of your first vanguard and Flower Garden Maiden, Mylis
- Peach Orchard Maiden, Elmy is not only useful in building up the soul, but she also allows you to copy out any grade 2 or higher units which can later return to hand. That includes the Vanguard as well, which aids in giving you the chance to stride again the next turn.
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Stand up, my Vanguard!