Cardfight #63 sees us pit Dempster’s Blue Storm Aqua Force deck against our friend’s Witch Shadow Paladin deck, played by ZaCaptain. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Blue Storm deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Witch 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.
Officer Cadet, Erikk
4 Blue Storm Battleship, “Wadatsumi” (Critical)
4 Blue Storm Battle Princess, Doris (Stand)
4 Sea Otter Soldier of the Blue Storm Fleet (Draw)
4 Medical Officer of the Blue Storm Fleet (Heal)
2 Battle Siren, Cloris
4 Blue Storm Marine General, Hermes
2 Kelpie Rider, Nikki
1 Blue Storm Battle Princess, Electra (Sentinel)
2 Blue Storm Shield, Homerus (Sentinel)
1 Blue Storm Guardian Dragon, Icefall Dragon (Sentinel)
Strides and G Guardians:-
2 Marine General of Heavenly Silk, Aristotle
4 Marine General of Heavenly Silk, Christos
4 Marine General of Heavenly Silk, Lambros
2 Marine General of the Heavenly Scales, Tidal Bore Dragon
4 Guard Leader of Sky and Water, Flotia (G-Guardian)
- Officer Cadet, Erikk is the better First Vanguard to go with for this build instead of Blue Storm Cadet, Anos. The reason being that you would need to fish out grade 3s as soon as possible to do the following things, but not limited to: riding, striding and cost for Perfect Guards.
- If you are unable to call out rear guards to rack up Waves consistently, Blue Storm Battle Princess, Doris is a good alternative to that. She’s the legion version of Officer Cadet, Alekbors and does not have a Generation Break limitation.
- Battle Siren, Cloris was added to the deck for the sole purpose of betting on the chance of binding your Perfect Guard so that you can use it to bypass any guard restrictions. This is the main reason why I play Blue Storm Battle Princess, Electra and Blue Storm Shield, Homerus as their skills do not specify activating when it appears on the Guardian Circle from hand. Blue Storm Guardian Dragon, Icefall Dragon is there so that I can perform Legion at a much faster rate.
- Because though this deck focuses on Legion and not Stride, I only play 2 Kelpie Rider, Nikki in order to increase the chance of Striding.
- Both Milos and Starless help to rack up the number of Waves, while Ianis provides a pressure of drawing a card when the attack hits from the 3rd Wave onwards. As you can see, there is simply no place to play Gregorios (and also because I ran out of him lol).
- As mentioned in the video, Blue Storm Wave Dragon, Tetra-burst Dragon (and Rolling Ripple, Miltiadis for obvious reasons) is the only Legion-specific grade 3 not to be played in this deck because his skill contradicts with the main purpose of this deck, which is to restand units as much as possible. The main star of this deck is Blue Storm Marine General, Zaharias, as his skill is heavily dependent on persona checking, but a great skill nonetheless in case you’re unable to check Stand triggers.
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