Yu Gi Oh! Top 8 Duel Master Decks, Ranked

We’ve ranked eight of the best deck types, achetypes, and engines in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel.

If you are an avid TCG player, you already know that Master Duel offers a plethora of options for you to dig into. If you want to build the best deck possible and play like a true professional, all the options you need are here.

In this list, we’ve collected eight of the best deck types, archetypes, and engines that global players have implemented in their winning strategy. These varied decks, engines, and archetypes are key to helping you win games in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Sure, you can absolutely win games without using any of the things we suggest, but you’ll need luck in the draw, while these deck ideas neatly stack things in your favor.

8. Prank-Kids

Prank-Kids is all about using level 1-4 Prank-Kids monsters to summon more monsters, while gathering resources every step of the way. While their aesthetic might seem goofy at first, they’re even more ridiculous after merging/linking card names such as Meow-Meow-Mu, Dodo-Doodle-Doo, Bow-Wow-Bark, and more. It’s one of the easiest decks to build in the game, but still one of the key drivers, meaning you absolutely must have a Prank-Kids deck built and ready to use in an emergency. .

7. Sky Attackers

The Sky Strikers engine has skyrocketed throughout the Competitive TCG, and soars even higher in Master Duel thanks to semi-limited rather than limited maps. This engine focuses on using spells to create games while collecting resources. You won’t find many Trap cards in a Sky Strikers deck, aside from Infinite Impermanence, and that’s because the more spells in your graveyard, the more options/effects you have access to activated.

6. Eldlich

The essential monster in this deck is Eldlich The Golden Lord. This deck is best at preventing your opponent from destroying your cards or activating card effects. Even if The Golden Lord is sent to the graveyard, he can return to the field, allowing Eldlich to rise up like the Zombie he is. It’s a control deck for longer duels, but it’s capable of pushing opponents into a corner, steadily decreasing their resources.

5. Tri-Brigade

Tri-Brigade is a combo of Beast, Beast-Warrior, and Winged Beast monsters. The style of play consists of highly repeated combos when sending monsters to the graveyard to activate effects. Tri-Brigade uses banishment strategies alongside Link Summoning monsters like Shuraig. Some decks only use Tri-Brigade monsters/supports, which is an option. Having Tri-Brigade Link Monsters combined with Zoodiac Xyz Monsters creates an incredibly fierce Beast deck.

4. Virtual world

Virtual World focuses on using different monsters from the main deck, banishing them to provide bonuses and ending with summoning Xyz or Synchro monsters – mostly Synchro. Shenshen is one of the boss monsters and is able to banish all cards sent from the field to the graveyard – a powerful ability. This allows the deck to provide bonuses while damaging your opponent by preventing them from activating graveyard effects. Summoning Ultimaya Tzolkin or Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon will completely negate the effects of your opponent’s monsters – brutal.

3. Dragonmaid

The Dragonmaids are able to protect themselves by changing into their other forms throughout the duel, and include a variety of benefits, with their main boss, Dragonmaid Sheou, being able to negate any card/effect. If one of the cute Dragonmaids is returned to the hand while House Dragonmaid is on the field, the Dragonmaid player can destroy any opponent’s monster. This is a simple and effective deck that can take the pressure off your opponents.

2. Cartoon

If you were a fan of the classic Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series, then you’ll probably recognize the Toon Monsters. Toons are able to attack the opponent directly if they have no Toon monsters, and with cards like Toon Dark Magician providing extra summons, Toons are a force to be reckoned with. Arm yourself with Toon Kingdom and a group of Toon Monsters, and this deck is always a guaranteed hit.

1. Drytron Fairy

This deck is all about ritually summoning special faerie monsters while cutting off all avenues for your opponent. Sounds good, right? The Herald of Ultimateness boss card allows you to discard a Fairy monster from your hand to negate a Special Summon or Spell/Trap card. This can completely devastate some deck strategies. Additionally, using Cyber ‚Äč‚ÄčAngel monsters as ritual summoning materials will allow you to draw more cards from the deck.

Written by Veerender Singh Jubbal on behalf of GL HF.

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