Cardfight #52 sees us pit Jasmine’s Perdition Dragon Kagero deck against Dempster’s Harmony Bermuda Triangledeck. You can check the video above to see the bout, but if you’re interested in seeing the Perdition Dragon deck profile, we have it in this post.
If you want to check out what’s in the Harmony 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.
Dragon Knight, Sadegh
4 Perdition Dragon, Buster Rain Dragon (Critical)
4 Perdition Dragon Knight, Tovare (Critical)
2 Seal Dragon, Artpique (Draw)
2 Gattling Claw Dragon (Draw)
4 Perdition Dancer, Agafia (Heal)
2 Perdition Dancer, Anna
2 Dragon Monk, Gojo
2 Dragon Monk Gyokuryu
2 Lizard Soldier, Bellog
2 Calamity Tower Wyvern
2 Protect Orb Dragon (Perfect Guard)
2 Perdition Dragon, Rampart Dragon (Perfect Guard)
Strides and G Guardians:-
2 Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Dragonic Overlord “the Ace”
2 Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Vortex Desire
2 Divine Dragon Knight, Mustafa
4 Transcendence Divine Dragon, Nouvelle Vague L’Express
1 Air Element, Sebreeze
3 Flame Wing Steel Beast, Denial Griffin (G-Guardian)
2 Flame Emperor Dragon King, Asyl Orb Dragon (G-Guardian)
- This deck is still a very strong deck but it sadly relies too heavily on your opponent having rear-guards on the field to fully function well. Not only that, but unless I stride, I have a very low hand size, and even with Gojo, Calamity Tower Dragon and draw triggers, my drawing power is quite lacking. And dropping cards for Vortex Dragnewt and even Dragonic Overlord the Great’s skills doesn’t help as much.
- The deck is also very counterblast heavy. Using Sadegh helps to double my retiring power without an additional cost, but I still do need Protect Orb Dragon and Anna to recover some of my counterblasts.
- Perdition Dragons does have its shortcomings but against the right timings, it can decimate their opponents and their field. It’s especially effective against rear-guard reliant decks, making the game a bit of a “who shuts down who last” kind of fight.
- And having the option to change between beatdown with Dragonic Overlord the Great and retiring with Vortex Dragnewt allows this deck some flexibility to deal with whatever kind of opponent you are up against.
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