Chaos Rabbit - A Possible New Frontier!?

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 Mkohl40

Thanks to Dueling Days For This

Tan Wan Xin
2nd Place
Ragia Rabbit

Monster

[1] Black Luster Soldier Envoy of Beginning

[3] Kabazauls
[3] Sabersaurus
[3] Thunder King Raioh
[3] Rescue Rabbit
[2] Tourguide from the Underworld
[1] Sangan

Spell

[1] Monster Reborn
[1] Dark Hole
[1] Heavy Storm
[1] Mind Control
[1] Pot of Avarice
[1] Book of Moon
[1] Smashing Ground
[2] MST
[3] Pot of Duality

Trap

[1] Trap Dustshoot
[1] Mirror Force
[1] Torrential Tribute
[1] Solemn Judgment
[1] Fiendish Chain
[2] Dimension Prison
[2] Bottomless Traphole
[2] Solemn Warning

Extra

[1] No 17. Leviathan Dragon
[2] Leviair the Sea Dragon
[1] Steelswarm Roach
[1] No 39. Utopia
[1] Gemknight Pearl
[1] No 16. Shock Ruler
[1] Vylon Disigma
[2] Evolkaiser Ragia
[1] AOJ Catastor
[1] Brionac
[1] Trishula
[1] Stardust Dragon
[1] AOJ Decisive Armor

Side

[2] DD Crow
[2] AOJ Quarantine
[2] Snowman Eater
[1] Gorz
[1] Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer
[1] MST
[1] Enemy Controller
[1] Lightning Vortex
[1] Chain Disappearance
[1] Compulsary Evacuation Device
[2] Shadow Imprisoning Mirror


This deck has my interest. I was onto the fact that rescue rabbit had to be used as a stun deck. I had no idea that something like this would come out of it. This build is similar to the one I will be posting tomorrow. I have a lot of hope for rabbit since its becomining a pretty fun deck in my opinion. Well as fun as my Dark World!!!

Onword to the Stun theme of rabbit. Someone showed me the original frame to a stun rabbit deck. I played around with it for a bit and gave it my own twist. The results were pretty good but the lack of 2 avarice in this new format I thought the deck would be dead. Ive done a little more testing and the deck seems to not have been affected that much. These results seem to reinforce it.

As I said my build is coming up tomorrow! Till then Check the other decks here!

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Meklords - Pre Sept 1 2011

Thursday, August 25, 2011 Mkohl40





Meklords have been a fun deck because of all of the destruction in this format. Now that the format is coming to an end there is some things that are going to need to be changed

1) The 42 card count is going to have to be changed. Yes in the new format 42 cards is just to slow so well have to start by making it small for speed reasons.

2) Machina and meklords will still work together. Much like my machina engine this particular deck acts as a stun deck in its means.

3) Drop 1 drop them all. This theory means once you get the meklord army going everything will follow. Once this happens you will understand everything.

4) The next format!? What Will Happen!? This is still unsure but dark hole will still be everywhere same with heavy storm to make a clean push. Thats where the meklords come in to defend you.

This deck is still in the testing stages and was doing quite well during the pre XYZ format. I hope that if anyone can take this deck to the next stage that they would do so and tell me what you guys think!

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Lightsworn Sept 2011

Monday, August 22, 2011 Mkohl40

Im sorry to tell everyone this but the deck just isnt what it use to be ;_;

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TCG = OCG Ban List

Friday, August 19, 2011 Mkohl40

We got the same exact list as the OCG!

Let the sangan format begin!



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Sept 1st 2011 Fun Time!!!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 Mkohl40

http://shriek.twoday.net/stories/38747774/

Banned

Fishborg Blaster
Mental Master
Giant Trunade
Royal Oppression

Restrict to 1

Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of Beginning
Debris Dragon
Lonefire Blossom
Legendary Six Samurai Shi En
TG Hyper Librarian
Formula Synchron
Heavy Storm
Primal Seed (wtf?)
Shien Smoke Signal
Pot of Avarice

Restricted to 2

Summoner Monk
Tragoedia
Necro Gardna
Dewloren
Destiny Draw
Swords of Revealing Light
Mind Crush
Call of Haunted

Unlimited

Judgment Dragoon
Spirit Reaper
Overload Fusion
MST
Megamorph
Gravity Bind
Icarus Attack

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Next Stop

Thursday, August 11, 2011 Mkohl40

The ban list is right around the corner and Rescue Rabbits coming to town!!!

Working on my list for everyone to see soon!

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Robert Boyajian wins YCS Indianapolis

Sunday, August 7, 2011 Kyle Rotharmel

Robert Boyajian is the winner of the last YCS of the format! Congratulations!


                                                       

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Mkohl40 Feature Match @YCS Indy

Saturday, August 6, 2011 Kyle Rotharmel

Jehanzab Siddiqui is 4-1 so far today, piloting the same Deck that we saw earlier in the hands of Austin Herrera: Anti-Monster Beasts. Robbie Kohl is playing Tech Genus Gadgets, packing Ultimate Offering to make the most of Number 39: Utopia. Both of these Decks are making their YCS debut here today, so this one should be fun to watch!

Siddiqui opened the Match with Pot of Duality, revealing Reborn Tengu, Dark Hole, and Skill Drain. He added Tengu to his hand and Summoned it. He Set all five of his remaining cards to his back row.

Kohl had a hand of Red Gadget, Yellow Gadget, Green Gadget, Solemn Warning, Book of Moon, and Solemn Judgment. He Summoned Green Gadget and got Red Gadget from his Deck, then Set Book, Warning, and Judgment.

Siddiqui attacked Green Gadget, and Kohl activated Book of Moon to target Tengu. Siddiqui Chained Forbidden Lance, making his Tengu immune to Book. It slammed into Green Gadget. When Siddiqui tried to use Tengu’s effect to Special Summon another, Kohl Chained Solemn Warning. Siddiqui Chained Dark Bribe, and Kohl Chained Solemn Judgment! Tengu went down and stayed down, but Kohl had just 3000 Life Points left!

Kohl drew another Yellow Gadget. He now had 2 Yellow and 2 Red in hand, with a Green on the field. He had nothing else. He Summoned Yellow Gadget to get another Green from his Deck, and attacked with Yellow and Green. Siddiqui dropped to 4900 Life Points, and in Main Phase 2 Kohl traded his Gadgets to Xyz Summon Number 39: Utopia!

Siddiqui Summoned Pitch-Black Warwolf and Set a Spell or Trap.

Kohl drew Ultimate Offering! He Set it, and ended.

Siddiqui Set a fifth Spell or Trap.

Kohl drew another Yellow Gadget! Unbelievable. He Summoned Yellow to get another Green from his Deck, now holding a hand of 5 Gadgets. He Flipped Ultimate Offering and Siddiqui had no response. Kohl Summoned Green Gadget to search Red, and sent Utopia to attack over the Warwolf. Siddiqui flipped Dimensional Prison to try and banish Utopia, and Kohl detached an Xyz Material to negate his own attack and save Utopia. In Main Phase 2 he Xyz Summoned a second Utopia.

(ALERT! ALERT! Don’t try this at home! Utopia’s effect is a  Trigger Effect, not a Quick Effect. You can tell because it does not say “during either player’s turn”, nor is it an effect you can freely use during the opponent’s turn. Trigger Effects are Spell Speed 1 and cannot be Chained to Spell Speed 2 cards like Traps. This was an illegal play.)

Siddiqui passed.

Kohl drew Mystical Space Typhoon and activated it, targeting Siddiqui’s Set Forbidden Lance. Siddiqui Chained it to target and reduce the ATK of the Utopia with a single Xyz Material. Kohl Normal Summoned Red Gadget (he had nothing left to search), and attacked with Utopia. Siddiqui passed into the Damage Step, and flipped not one, but two copies of Horn of the Phantom Beast! Utopia went down and Siddiqui drew 2 cards. In Main Phase 2 Kohl Summoned another Red Gadget, and Xyz Summoned his last Utopia.

Siddiqui Summoned Reborn Tengu and activated Torrential Tribute! The field was cleared, and Siddiqui Special Summoned his last Tengu from his Deck. He moved to his Battle Phase, and Kohl paid to Set a Red Gadget with Ultimate Offering. Tengu attacked it, and Siddiqui Set 2 cards to his back row.

Kohl drew and activated Dark Hole! Tengu was destroyed and Kohl Summoned Green Gadget, attacking into Dimensional Prison. Siddiqui Summoned another Pitch-Black Warwolf to attack for the win next turn!

Robbie Kohl just keeps drawing GADGETS, and even some slick tricks with Number 39: Utopia can’t save him. Jehanzab Siddiqui takes the first Duel!

The second Duel began moments later.

Kohl had 2 Yellow Gadgets, a Red Gadget, Mystical Space Typhoon, Solemn Judgment, and T.G. Striker. He Summoned Yellow Gadget to get Green Gadget from his Deck, and Set Typhoon and Judgment.

Siddiqui tried to Summon Reborn Tengu, and Kohl negated the Summon with Solemn Judgment. Siddiqui Set 3 cards to his back row.

Kohl drew Mirror Force. He Summoned Green Gadget, got Red Gadget, and attacked with both of his monsters to drop Siddiqui to 5400 Life Points. In Main Phase 2 he stacked his Gadgets to try and Xyz Summon Number 39: Utopia, but Siddiqui negated the Summon with Black Horn of Heaven. Kohl Set Mirror Force.

Siddiqui Summoned King Tiger Wanghu and attacked. Kohl activated Mystical Space Typhoon in response, and then Chained Mirror Force. Siddiqui Chained the Typhoon target, Dark Bribe, to stop Mirror Force! Kohl drew Book of Moon, and King Tiger attacked directly.

Kohl drew Ultimate Offering. He activated the Book to turn Tiger face-down, then Special Summoned T.G. Striker. Kohl Normal Summoned Red Gadget to get Yellow Gadget, then Tuned his monsters together to Synchro Summon Naturia Barkion. Barkion attacked to destroy Wanghu, and Kohl Set Offering.

Siddiqui Set a monster and another back row card.

Kohl drew another Gadget, and Summoned Yellow Gadget to get another Green from his Deck. “It’s really good that you can make Barkion,” remarked Siddiqui, as Kohl searched. Kohl activated Ultimate Offering, and Siddiqui Chained Mystical Space Typhoon to dstroy it. Kohl Set another Spell or Trap, then sent Barkion to attack Siddiqui’s Set Reborn Tengu. That Tengu was destroyed, and Siddiqui Summoned another in Attack Position to block Yellow Gadget. Kohl had 1800 Life Points left.

Siddiqui had 5400 Life Points, and drew to 2 cards in hand with 1 Set Spell or Trap on the field, and Reborn Tengu face-up in Attack Position. He Summoned Beast King Barbaros to attack over Yellow Gadget, then Set another Spell or Trap. He ended with an empty hand.

Kohl drew another Ultimate Offering and attacked Barbaros, destroying it. He Set his second Offering, then Set a Gadget.

Siddiqui attacked that Gadget next turn with Tengu, and Set a monster himself.

Kohl drew Monster Reborn! He took brief stock of his opponent’s Life Points (4800), and activated Reborn to target Barbaros. Siddiqui paid 2000 Life Points to negate Reborn with Solemn Warning. Barkion attacked over Reborn Tengu, and Siddiqui couldn’t Summon another. Kohl Set a monster. Siddiqui Normal Summoned King Tiger Wanghu and attacked over Kohl’s Set Green Gadget. Kohl attacked over Wanghu with Barkion, and Set another Spell or Trap. Siddiqui conceded moments later.

Robbie Kohl makes an early commitment with a big Solemn Judgment, then capitalizes in the mid-game with a huge Naturia Barkion! Barkion and some tight defense quickens the pace and leads Kohl to even the Match score to 1-all.

Siddiqui Summoned Reborn Tengu and Set 5 cards to his back row!

Kohl had Smashing Ground, Pot of Duality, T.G. Rush Rhino, Mirror Force, Solemn Warning, and Solemn Judgment. Duality revealed Green Gadget, Mystical Space Typhoon, and Red Gadget from the top of Kohl’s Deck, and he took Red Gadget. He Summoned it, and Siddiqui Chained Skill Drain to negate Red Gadget’s ability. Kohl Set Mirror Force, Warning, and Judgment.

Siddiqui attacked with Reborn Tengu, and Kohl flipped Mirror Force. Tengu was destroyed, and Kohl activated Solemn Warning to negate its effect. Siddiqui Chained Solemn Judgment, and Kohl Chained HIS Solemn Judgment! “Oh my god,” groaned Siddiqui, smiling. “That’s ridiculous! Again!?” He Set another Spell or Trap to finish out.

Kohl drew Yellow Gadget, and Summoned Rush Rhino. Siddiqui responded with Torrential Tribute. In the End Phase, Kohl used Rush Rhino’s effect to search his Deck for T.G. Striker.

Siddiqui drew and Summoned Thunder King Rai-Oh, attacking to lower Kohl to 1100 Life Points!

Kohl drew another Red Gadget! He activated Smashing Ground to destroy Thunder King, then Summoned Red Gadget, attacking for 1300 Battle Damage. Siddiqui had 2200 Life Points to Kohl’s 1100.

Siddiqui activated Smashing Ground, drawing and playing it.

Kohl drew Dimensional Prison. He Summoned Yellow Gadget and attacked into Siddiqui’s Prison, then Set his own.

Siddiqui drew and Summoned Pitch-Black Warwolf! He attacked, and Kohl removed Warwolf with Dimensional Prison! The Warwolf’s effect was negated by Skill Drain, so it was vulnerable.

Kohl Summoned Striker to attack for 800 Battle Damage, and Set a Spell or Trap.

Siddiqui Set a Spell or Trap.

Kohl drew Creature Swap and attacked with Striker again to drop Siddiqui to 600 Life Points. He Set Swap.

Siddiqui flipped Mystical Space Typhoon to destroy Kohl’s Dimensional Prison and Set a card to his back row.

Kohl attacked with Striker, and Siddiqui kept himself alive with Forbidden Lance, briefly lowering Striker’s ATK to 0! Kohl Set a second Spell or Trap.

Siddiqui Summoned Beast King Barbaros! “I’m going for it!” He attacked, and Kohl revealed his 2 Set cards: Creature Swap and Ultimate Offering. Neither were any help, so Barbaros hammered damage through Striker and won the Match!

Both Duelists congratulated eachother on what they called a “terrifying” Match, and Jehanzab Siddiqui moves on with a 5-1 record! Three Rounds remained in Day 1, with nothing but the Playoffs tomorrow!

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