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So I just returned to the game after a three year absence. I am all about Dragons preferably the blue eyes white dragon and the assortment of cards that is used with them. Please help me bring my deck to a competitive tournament level and I have no budget.

Deck List
Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon
Five Headed Dragon
King Dragun

Red Dragon Archfiend
Stardust Dragon
Exploder Dragonwing
Iron Chain Dragon
Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon

Number 46: Dragluon

3X Blue Eyes White Dragon
Mirage Dragon
Hardened Armed Dragon
Maiden with Eyes of Blue
Divine Dragon Apocralyph
2X Lord of D.
Hunter Dragon
Dark Armed Dragon
Kidmodo Dragon
Red Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon
Divine Dragon Ragnarok
Black Dragon Collapserpent
White Dragon Wyerburster
Delta Flyer
Debri Dragon
Dark Flare Dragon
Light Pulsar Dragon
Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning
Exploder Dragon
Magician of Faith
Magna Drago
White Stone of Legend
Alexandrite Dragon

Spell Card:
Mystical Space Typhoon
Monster Reincarntion
Enemy Controller
Magical Mallet
2X Flute of Summoning Dragon
A Wingbeat of Giant Dragon
Dragon Shrine
Lightning Vortex
Dragon's Mirror
Burst Stream of Destruction

Mirror Force
Dragon's Rage
Castle of Dragon Souls
Fiendish Chain
Seven Tools of the Bandit

All Help is Accepted sir


If you're looking to play dragons then you have a few options from the most recent sets. the most playable is probably the Blue-eyes Deck, which just acquired its last piece of support from the Movie Pack.

A Build looks something like this:

3 Blue-eyes White Dragon
3 Blue-Eyes Alternative White Dragon
3 Sage with Eyes of Blue
3 Maxx "C"
2 Maiden with Eyes of Blue
2 The White Stone of Ancients
1 Dragon Spirit of White
1 Effect Veiler
1 The White Stone of Legend
1 Dragnity Corsesca

3 Trade-In
3 Melody of Awakening Dragon
3 Gospel of Revival
2 Silver's Cry
2 Terraforming
2 Dragon Shrine
1 Mausoleum of White
1 Raigeki
1 Soul Charge
1 Upstart Goblin
1 Dragon Ravine

2 Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon
2 Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon
1 Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon
1 Black Rose Moonlight Dragon
1 Stardust Spark Dragon
1 Cloudcastle
1 Phantom Fortress Enterblathnir
1 Divine Dragon Knight Felgrand
1 Alsei, the Sylvan High Protector
1 Number 38 - Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy
1 Number 15 - Gimmick Puppet Giant Grinder
1 Number 84 - Pain Gainer
1 Number 77 - the Seven Sins

If that's not your style you may also want to look into Chaos Dragons and the new Felgrand deck from the latest structure.
For now give that a go, see what you think.


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Deck Fixes: Either making suggestions and improvements on a deck you've already built, or building a deck from scratch for you. In either case, please give an idea of the kind of deck you're building, the level of play you're planning to use it in (small tournaments, regionals etc), and the kind of budget you're on.
Please format decks in a way that's easy to read. Each card name should be on its own line, with a number before it indicating how many you're playing. Please split decks into Monsters, Spells and Traps.

NOTE: A level of reasonability is assumed with this. I cannot build you a nationals winning deck based on monsters whose name starts with the Letter 'A' on a budget of 4($6)... Nor will I generally respond well to Questions touting "No Xyz, Synchro... etc" or disallowing cards from certain parts of the show. I haven't seen the show in a number of years and find these conditions to usually be poorly-defined.

Rulings: On any card interacting with any other card(s). Tell me the scenario, and I'll tell you what happens.

I won't be answering questions on whether a trade is fair or not, or on how much X-card is worth, as both these kinds of question can be answered by using Ebay's completed listings page.


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