Cardfight #97: G-TD14 Bermuda Triangle Trial Deck Profile

Hey, Rear-guards!

Cardfight #97 sees us pit the new G-TD14 Bermuda Triangle Trial Deck against ZaCaptain’s Gurguit Gold Paladin deck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the G-TD14 Trial Deck profile, we have it in this post.

If you want to check out what’s in the Gurguit 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.

First Vanguard:-
Chouchou, Sasha

Triggers:-
4 Chouchou, Ietta (Critical)
4 Chouchou, Namig (Stand)
4 Chouchou, Pitte (Draw)
4 Chouchou, Richell (Heal)

Grade 1s:-
2 Chouchou, Resaca
4 Chouchou, Clenes
2 Chouchou, Marl
3 Chouchou, Sabrina
4 Chouchou, Corrin (Sentinel-PG)

Grade 2s:-
2 Chouchou, Milda
2 Chouchou, Listella
2 Chouchou, Ayana
4 Chouchou, Torua

Grade 3s:-
4 Chouchou Debut Stage, Tirua
2 Chouchou, Piorina
2 Chouchou, Pierine

Strides and G Guardians:-
2 Chouchou, Lillinel
2 Chouchou, Palffy (G-Guardian)

Notes:-

  • The deck’s focus is on sending rear-guards to the bottom of the deck to gain effects, most of which are draw effects. This gives Chouchou a filter to the bottom style of play and bringing them up to the top of the deck by drawing. Any players who can play that style will actually excel at playing this deck. However, when it comes to modding the deck up, the “Chouchou” namesake has never been more important than before, because most of the costs require you send a rear-guard with “Chouchou” in its card name.
  • At the same time, thanks to units like Marl and Listella, this deck also has a focus on multi-attacks in the same battle phase, thanks to those units’ call skills. With the draw power that Chouchou has, it may be quite easy to find those cards for their use.
  • The one drawback the deck has is that it has weak resource recovery. The trial deck alone only has Clenes and Pitte to recover your Counterblasts and soul, and the former requires a Soulblast to do so. Take care to not burst off early for your multi-attacks and pace yourself. Time things right and you can catch your opponent off guard.
  • Overall, it is a nice trial deck to play, and it offers something vastly different than what other Bermuda Triangle do, and is a fresh experience. Like a breath of fresh air to use your Hamon techniques. SO get out there and show people the power of Chouchou’s Stand (not the trigger).

As always, if you have any queries, comments or suggestions, feel free to let me, Dempster or Leon know. If you like this and would like to see more Vanguard content that we have come up with, feel free to subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us here on our blog. You can keep up to date on all of our releases on Twitter @CrossboneVGs, and on our Facebook page. You can also support us over at Patreon, where we have some awesome perks available for you guys.

Stand up, my Vanguard!
– ZaCaptain

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Cardfight #97: G-TD14 Bermuda Triangle Trial Deck Profile

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