Cardfight #89 sees us pit Dempster’s Ahsha Neo Nectar deck against ZaCaptain’s Luquier Pale Moon deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Ahsha deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Luquier deck, click here.
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Augury Maiden, Ida
4 Flower Garden Maiden, Mylis (Critical)
4 Maiden of Daybreak (Stand)
2 Pleading Maiden, Elmire (Stand)
2 Monkeypod Dragon (Draw)
4 Color Pixy, Quitterie (Heal)
1 Augury Maiden, Ida
4 Pure Maiden, Katrina
4 Faith Maiden, Odette
2 Valkyrie of Reclamation, Padmini
4 Cherry Blossom Blizzard Maiden, Lilga (Sentinel-PG)
4 Osmanthus Maiden, Anelma
4 Tenacious Maiden, Noel
2 Ideal Maiden, Thuria
4 Ranunculus of Searing Heart, Ahsha
4 Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha
Strides and G Guardians:-
4 Governing Flower Princess, Selfina
4 Dream-spinning Ranunculus, Ahsha
2 Ranunculus in Glorious Bloom, Ahsha
2 Flower Princess of Beautiful Winter, Inverno
2 Passiflora Flower Princess, Marleena (G-Guardian)
2 Sacred Tree Dragon, Rain Breath Dragon (G-Guardian)
- Keeping ZaCaptain’s wise words of “Evolve or Die”, this deck has been tweaked to lean towards one style: multiple attacks. Learning from past experiences, huge attacks can be guarded off easily with just two cards: a Perfect Guard and its cost. It makes all the effort you put in to boost your power moot. As such, I run 6 stands in this deck, bringing draw triggers to a minimum.
- Of course, this isn’t to say that this deck is free from hand size problems. In fact, it still faces this problem. Running more stands means a greater chance to stand your rear guards, forcing your opponent to drop more cards in their hand to guard. Mylis serves as both a critical trigger and an extra power/draw when your Vanguard attacks.
- Ida is still a great First Vanguard to have, so use her whenever you can. If you wanna make sure Ahsha’s stride skill isn’t wasted, you can play more than 1 Idas in your deck.
- I switched out Greenshot Elf for Anelma because she is a lot more flexible for different situations. Even though she cannot attack from the back, she can still boost if you activate her Bloom.
- When it comes to attacking from the back, look no further than Noel herself. If you have enough cards to drop and if you’re confident on delivering massive damage during your turn, leave it to her to do the job.
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Stand up, my Vanguard!