Cardfight #94 sees us pit JJ’s Zodiac Time Beast Gear Chronicle deck against ZaCaptain’s Harri Pale Moon deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Zodiac Time Beast deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Harri 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.
Chrono Dran G
3 Pulsar, Rush Boar (Critical)
3 Chronovolley Rabbit (Critical)
2 Pulsar, Hypnosis Sheep (Stand)
2 Chronotimer Leghorn (Stand)
2 Chronodoze Sheep (Draw)
4 Chronotherapy Hamster (Heal)
2 Chronocharge Unicorn
2 Chronodash Peccary
2 Chronoethos Jackal
2 Pulsar Tamer, Nepada
4 Steam Tamer, Arka (Sentinel-PG)
3 Chronobeat Buffalo
2 Chronoclaw Monkey
2 Chronospin Serpent
3 Pulsar, Farm Peacock
2 Pulsar, Speedy Bunny
3 Chronofang Tiger
2 Chronofang Tiger G
4 Chronojet Dragon G
Strides and G Guardians:-
2 Chronodragon Nextage
2 Chronotiger Rebellion
1 Deus Ex Machina, Demiurge
4 Metapulsar, Altered Dragon
4 Metapulsar, Split Pegasus
3 Interdimensional Beast, Pandora Chimera (G-Guardian)
- So this is the Zodiac Time Beast style of Demiurge. Instead of binding through the use of Gear Colossus, this deck is made of Zodiac Time Beasts entirely.
- Ideally, you want to ride to Chronojet Dragon G to abuse his on-Stride skill to filter out the deck, while binding what you need to bind through Altered Dragon. Alternatively, if you are in need of pressure from the Rear-guards, you can easily switch to Split Pegasus to reinforce your field instead.
- Chronofang Tiger is really there in the event that you ride into him. After the first Altered Dragon or Split Pegasus, his GB2 skill is great in case you have nothing to stride with.
- The key to the deck is to be patient and be very careful in what you bind so that you have at least 12 Zodiac Time Beasts with different names. That being said, don’t be so eager to use Demiurge unless you are sure you can stave off the attacks coming your way and finishing off your opponent after.
- With the prevalence of G Guardians, Demiurge is played not as a win condition in itself, but rather as the key to setting up for future turns. In fact, this deck has 3 different finishers provided. Chronodragon Nextage, Chronotiger Rebellion and Metapulsar, Altered Dragon. Personally, Nextage is my key finisher due to its restand ability, on top of Chronojet Dragon G’s skill, making it easily swing for 31000 to 36000 Power by himself. That’s not counting the rear-guards getting 4000-5000 Power boosts. That makes it quite nasty after a Demiurge turn.
- Rebellion is pretty self explanatory. Whether it be before or a turn or two after Demiurge, it is the quadruple drive and extra critical that is the main thing.
- If you go by the Altered Dragon route, it’s ability to gain 2000 Power for each card in the bind zone makes for an increasingly bigger Vanguard after every turn. Assuming you hit the 4th Altered Dragon, it is quite possible to have it at a mininal 50000 Power.
- With all of that said, have fun trying this build, if you enjoy my concept of it, and all the best to your perfect future!
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Stand up, my Vanguard!