Cardfight #65 sees us pit JJ’s Battle Sister Oracle Think Tank deck, played by Dempster, against ZaCaptain’s Enigman Dimension Police deck, as played by Leon. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Battle Sister deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Enigman 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.
Battle Sister, Waffle
Strides and G Guardians:-
4 Dragon Destroyer Battle Deity, Kamususanoo
4 Lord of Guidance, Wakahirume
2 Sword Deity of the Thunder Break, Takemikazuchi
2 Soaring Auspicious Beast, Kirin
2 Sunrise-on-high Godhawk, Ichibyoshi (G-Guardian)
1 Metal Element, Scryew (G-Guardian)
1 Dark Element, Dizmel (G-Guardian)
- The Battle Sisters play a more power-focused build, with some elements that an Oracle Think Tank is known for with its hand size. Because of such, they excel in having a hard-hitting offense and a strong defense.
- But the power is lackluster in this day and age of Vanguard, considering strides and G-Guardians. Mille-feuille was mainly created to support Susanoo as an alternate Vanguard, but in a Battle Sisters deck, she does offer a cheaper and cost-efficient skill compared to Gelee, Cookie and Parfait.
- In terms of the Vanguard, Legioning with Gelee will net you the most power, outside of striding. And while she has a Counterblast 3 for her skill, the deck does not require too many Counterblasts to begin with, especially with Muffin’s Oracle skill to Counter Charge 2, which helps.
- Stride-wise, it’s a usual set of Strides you’d see in most Oracle Think Tank decks. Excite Battle Sister, Gelato is a promo card that we were not able to obtain in time for the fight, but she would have provided an alternate means of playing Battle Sisters in terms of filtering. Getting your usable units in your hand, while keeping your triggers in your deck. Something Susanoo players are familiar with.
- As Oracle Think Tank has not gotten a proper boost since G-BT05, there is not a lot of cards this deck can play around with, G or main deck. As such, playing Scryew and Dizmel helps with the extra guarding and rear-guard protection, which Battle Sisters need.
- Support-wise, the only thing you would lack is the soul needed to fund for Luck Bird and Cream’s skills. Reriding will resolve that issue easily. As for the Grade 2s, they do provide some on-hot threat, which can be helpful in the early game, but they do lose a bit of their effectiveness in the late game. Still, if you are hitting with strong power, you can still go far with the Battle Sisters deck.
- With boosts coming to Battle Sisters in the upcoming Character Booster 2, it’s tempting to see how it will turn out in that boost. We can only anticipate what awaits this deck in a future boost.
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Stand up, my Vanguard!