Cardfight #76 sees us pit Dempster’s Bloom Neo Nectar deck against ZaCaptain’s Big Bang Knuckle Narukami deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Bloom deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Big Bang Knuckle 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 Balmy Breeze, Ilmatar
2 Flower Princess of Faith, Celine
2 Flower Princess of Beautiful Winter, Inverno
4 Dream-spinning Ranunculus, Ahsha
2 Ranunculus in Glorious Bloom, Ahsha
2 Passiflora Flower Princess, Marleena (G-Guardian)
2 Sacred Tree Dragon, Rain Breath Dragon (G-Guardian)
- The new Ahsha deck focuses even more on the Bloom mechanic, so having more than 1 copy of the cards you want to play is of utmost importance. I would recommend 3 to 4 copies of each card unless it’s Thuria or you do not have enough to play with.
- On that note, this deck is incomplete as this is built straight out of the Trial Deck and the Character Booster. It has since been modified to maximize its Bloom potential.
- Odette is a good alternative to Katrina because of her ability to add 2000 Power to 2 of your units when she blooms. Additionally, you can send a normal unit from your drop zone back to deck in order to bounce her back to your hand to activate her Bloom once more.
- This deck has a very prominent problem, and that is the lack of hand size. Monkeypod Dragon is there to lessen the impact a bit, but it still depends on who you call from your hand. My word of advice is to only play the cards you need to play.
- Soul could also be a problem too, which is why Monkeypod Dragon, Watering Elf and Mylis are important.
- Noel combos well with Stand triggers because she can attack from the back row as long as you pay the cost of discarding a card from your hand. She’s also Neo Nectar’s version of Royal Paladin’s Pir, which adds 4000 Power to herself and another unit in the same column as her. But depending on your trigger line-up, you will need to be cautious when playing her.
- Inverno is one of the better cards for Ahsha that helps you reinforce your hand and your field, but I feel that the cost is rather heavy. I find that I am only able to use her second skill if I use her first skill first, so she’s a very situational card. If you don’t need to use her just yet, the Ahsha strides are the way to go.
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