Sunday, November 13, 2011

[Deck Profile] Agentsworn

Here's the promised little Bonus:
As usually MasterSephiroth is presenting our Lightsworn Decks I am going to make a little exception here, since I too, usually like playing them. Since most of our Lightsworn Decks are played or have been played by both players I've decided to put up one which he does not play. There are actually other Lightsworn Decks I have which he doesn't play but that's for another time. This time I'm going to present an Agentsworn Deck:


Monster (30):
3x Judgment Dragon
1x Ehren
1x Garoth
1x Wulf
2x Jain
2x Lyla
1x Lumina
2x Ryko
3x Master Hyperion
3x Venus
3x Earth
1x Honest
3x Shine Ball
1x Gorz
1x Sangan
1x Plaguespreader Zombie (optional - Glow, Plague and + 2 Jupiter)
1x Glow-Up Bulb

Spell (9):
1x Charge of the Light Brigade
3x Solar Recharge
1x Monster Reborn
1x Gold Sarco
1x Pot of Avarice
1x Dark Hole
1x Heavy Storm

Beckoning Light

Extra Deck (15):
1x A.O.J. Catastor
1x Armory Arm
1x Black Rose Dragon
1x Brionac Dragon
1x Orient Dragon
1x Scrap Dragon
1x Stardust Dragon
1x T.G. Hyper Librarian
1x Trishula Dragon
2x Gachi Gachi Gantetsu
1x Leviair Dragon
1x Leviathan Dragon
1x Utopia
1x Roach

Now, this Deck is basically the clash of 2 Meta-Level Decks. Since both rely on Special Summoning Boss Monsters to perform a Turn Kill and also rely in having materials in the Graveyard this combination proves to be well working. However, since the Draw from person to person is way too different, there is actually no ideal build... most likely Sephiroth already mentioned it, making a good Sworn Deck is all about balance. So, what I've noticed is that depending on your personal draw rate, you either have not enough agents in grave or too many. So in this specific case, you can try ditching the two extra Tuners with 2 Jupiters. This Deck can perform much faster Turn Kills than a normal Sworn Deck and at the same time it can build up a solid defence. However, due to the fact that both sides are Light Monsters you cannot really play Chaos. Mixing in more Dark Monsters will break off the balance.
This Deck also fails in having a solid protection. The only form of protection you can get here is Gachi Gachi Gantetsu. So, here's the Rating:

We've already discussed that it most likely have more attack power than many other sworn decks making my rating be the usual 6 points. Since there are way too many options in summoning Boss Monsters combined with direct attacking both Speed and Swarm get a high score. In other words, this Deck runs well for the first 2-3 turns. If you should fail gaining or keeping advantage until then, it starts getting really tricky and the chances for milling down win options is very big here. There are seriously no big remarkable moves you can perform in this Deck. It is seriously nothing more than playing any regular Agent or Lightsworn Decks, being a really interesting fact of having a Deck working well together but overall still not benefiting from each other rather than gaining additional win options.

Well, that's it from my side of this week's Deck Featuring.

-Kamishima Kimika

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