That’s one trolly deck I saw a couple of weeks ago on DN.
The trolly part is that you will completely fool your opponent and letting him no chance to specifically counter your deck. Just look at the Decklist and you’ll understand what I mean.
From the first impression your deck will be just a normal standard Laggia Deck, but if you go to game 2 your opponent will be stunned 😀
3x Rescue Rabbit (LV 4)
3x Sabersaurus (LV 4)
3x Kabazauls (LV 4)
2x Cardcar D (LV 2)
1x Photon Trasher (LV 4)
3x Tour Guide From The Underworld (LV 3)
1x Sangan (LV 3)
3x Effect Veiler (LV 1)
1x Black Luster Soldier – Envoy Of The Beginning (LV 8)
1x Heavy Storm
1x Dark Hole
1x Monster Reborn
3x Pot Of Duality
3x Mystical Space Typhoon
1x Book Of Moon
2x Bottomless Trap Hole
2x Torrential Tribute
2x Solemn Warning
1x Solemn Judgment
1x Starlight Road
2x Compulsory Evacuation Device
2x Wind-Up Zenamaines (R 3)
1x Leviair The Sea Dragon (R 3)
1x Evolzar Dolkka (R 4)
2x Evolzar Laggia (R 4)
1x Number 39: Utopia (R 4)
1x Number 16: Shock Master (R 4)
1x Evilswarm Ouroboros (R 4)
1x Number 61: Volcasaurus (R 5)
1x Tiras Keeper Of Genesis (R 5)
1x Adreus Keeper Of Armageddon (R 5)
1x Wind-Up Arsenal Zenmaioh (R 5)
1x Ally Of Justice Catastor (LV 5)
1x Stardust Dragon (LV 8)
3x Inzektor Centipede (LV 3)
3x Inzektor Dragonfly (LV 3)
3x Inzektor Hornet (LV 3)
2x Inzektor Ladybug (LV 2)
1x Inzektor Gigamantis (LV 6)
2x Macro Cosmos
1x Chain Disappearance
The funny part is, you can either decide on playing another game with your Dino Rabbit engine or change to Inzektor, which is definitely awesome, because no one would expect you doing that.
If your match-up is ok you can just keep your cards in or even side in Macro Cosmos (against Inzektors and Chaos Dragon).
This build is definitely a contol build so you have to consider what you gonna do next, but if you’re doing it right there’s a high chance that you’ll win the match.
And don’t say that those 2 decks are just auto-pilot decks, they are definitely NOT. If you’re whining about them then you’re a loser, there’s no deck that is auto-pilot.
There are just decks which requires more strategy and are more compex, therefore more versatile and there are decks with a simple strategy, but you always have to consider about what you do next,
so this is the point that requires skill and this is what makes the difference between a good and a bad player.
Never say that a certain meta deck is bad, they are NOT. If they were bad, they wouldn’t be meta, right? And just because you lose to them or can’t keep up with their speed this is just because their strategy is better…
If you’re a good player, you either find something that outspeeds them or you find something to counter it. That’s the end of the story!