Cardfight #72 sees us pit the new Neo Nectar G-TD12 Trial Deck against the new Royal Paladin G-TD11 Trial Deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Neo Nectar deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Royal Paladin 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.
Bean Sprout Maiden, Ida
Strides and G Guardians:-
2 Flower Princess of Faith, Celine
- As mentioned in the video, the deck is the bare minimum of what a full Bloom deck would be, with the main focus being pure power beatdown.
- Since the deck comes with two Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha, the deck can play with two different styles: both pre-bloom and post-bloom. This makes the deck very flexible and allows you to adapt to any situation depending on who you’re fighting against.
- Brilliance Maiden, Penelope is a good Grade 1 Bloom unit to start out with in the deck with her skill primarily geared towards increasing boost efficiency. Giving 3 units 2000 Power and an additional 2000 more if they’re boosting a unit with Bloom, it is a great alternative to 10000 or 9000 boosters. However, because the number of Bloom units in the trial deck alone isn’t a lot, it’s best to just copy her out for a consistent 7000 boost every turn.
- Osmanthus Maiden, Anelma is a good alternative to Greenshot Elf for a trial deck, with her Bloom ability giving 3000 Power to 3 units and herself being able to boost if your Vanguard has Ranunculus in its name. The only problem here, however, is that the Anelma called out will not get Boost, so if you ask me, it’s best to just stick to Greenshot Elf.
- Remember Flower Princess of Perpetual Summer, Verano? Well, seems like her skill has been split between Flower Princess of Faith, Celine and Bean Sprout Maiden, Ida. Ida allows you to send a card back to the drop zone and draw a card if that card has the Bloom ability, and Celine lets you call a unit from your hand and it gets 5000 Power, at the same time letting you Counter Charge and Soul Charge if that called unit has the Bloom ability. In a full Bloom deck, they are invaluable, but in this trial deck’s case, it’s a 50/50.
- Ida’s other skill also allows two units to get the names of each other, easily allowing you to call out more units if you ever need to. Again, in this trial deck, you won’t get to use that much.
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