Cardfight #54 sees us pit Dempster’s Olyvia Bermuda Triangle deck against our good friend, Sam’s Silver Thorn Pale Moon deck, as played by ZaCaptain. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Olyvia deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Silver Thorn 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.
First Lesson, Akari
1 Comical Rainie (Critical)
1 Drive Quartet, Shuplu (Critical)
1 Impact Punch, Michiru (Critical)
1 Morning Impact, Lyps (Critical)
1 Dreamer Dreamer, Kruk (Stand)
1 Drive Quartet, Ressac (Stand)
1 Jump to the Water Surface, Amelie (Stand)
1 Sleeping Beauty, Mousse (Stand)
1 Drive Quartet, Bubblin (Draw)
1 Heartful Ale, Fundy (Draw)
1 Southern Harmony, Melvy (Draw)
1 Voice of Fate, Kasumi (Draw)
2 Sweet Temptation, Riko (Heal)
2 Lover of Hearts, Penelotta (Heal)
1 Finger Magic, Mako
1 Blazer Idols
1 Full Throttle Idol, Lurie
1 Garland Blossom, Ayna
1 New Song Announcement, Alti
1 One-round Fight, Hinata
1 Reticent Diva, Isuca
1 Superb New Student, Shizuku
1 Sweet Paradise, Manya
1 Tidal Art, Marie
1 Image Master, Kukuri (Sentinel)
1 Mermaid Idol, Elly (Sentinel)
1 Miracle Twintail, Wyz (Sentinel)
1 PR♥ISM-Duo, Aria (Sentinel)
Strides and G Guardians:-
1 Air Element, Sebreeze
4 Celebrate Voice, Lauris
2 Flying Mermaid, Frederica
1 Lucky Rise, Elprina
4 School Etoile, Olyvia
2 Sailor’s Medley, Nasha (G-Guardian)
2 Hand in Hand, Leona (G-Guardian)
- I’ve said this many times in the video and I’ll say it again here: This is easily one of the weirdest decks I’ve ever built in my life, and the main reason for that is because of Cheerfully Etoile, Olyvia herself. Her skill requires the top seven cards of your deck to be of different names before you can call 2 rear-guards from among them. If you play four copies of every card, it will be suicidal and a waste of her potential, so I played one copy of every single card I could find in here, with the most being two copies.
- The magic of this deck is that even though all the cards are of different names, they all can synergise with each other, be it giving other rear-guards extra power, giving units the Harmony status and so on.
- Sparkle in Her Heart, Spica may not be a good Vanguard to ride to (because ideally, you would want to ride to Olyvia right from the start), but her skills as a rear-guard are so good, it not only makes her heart sparkle, but it makes YOUR heart sparkle as well. Using Olyvia’s skill, you can call up to two rear-guards during your battle phase, giving herself an extra 4k and another 2k to each of the rear-guards called. Her second skill, however, requires herself to be in Harmony before she can bounce another rear-guard, ALSO with Harmony.
- In the event where you cannot stride to Olyvia on your first stride due to not having GB2, depending on the situation, Frederica or Elprina would be good substitutes.
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Stand up, my Vanguard!