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 Sascha Fabian on Card Strategies – “Tech Cards for the Nekroz Mirror Match”

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PostSubject: Sascha Fabian on Card Strategies – “Tech Cards for the Nekroz Mirror Match”   Tue Mar 17, 2015 9:28 am

Dear Yu-Gi-Oh Community,
my article is about the new released Nekroz Deck and their Djinn-Lock. So at first the Djinn Lock describes a combo which is a pretty easy usable in the Nekroz Deck.
Basically you use “Djinn Releaser of Rituals” for a Ritual summon to prevent you opponent from special summoning any kind of monsters.
You opponent ends with a monster summoned using the Djinn, a few cards in their hand and maybe also a Nekroz of Gungir and/or Trishula.
There were quite a few playable cards we can use to get rid of your opponent´s lock, but which is the best one?
Tsukuyomi

+ can be used several times
 + is also good against cards like Naturia Beast, Spell Canceler, Vanity´s Fiend etc.
 + searchable by Lavalval Chain and Valkyrus
 +/- has to be normal summoned
- gets hit by Effect Veiler or similar cards
 – get countered by Nekroz of Trishula

Book of Moon

+ safe out against Vanity´s Fiend a face-up Masked Hero Darklaw or similar cards
 + can be used to push a OTK through Nekroz of Valkyrus
 + use flip effects again
 + quick spell
- get countered by Nekroz of Trishula
 – Masked Hero Darklaw´s effect can’t be countered if another mask change is set

Raigeki

+ safe out against Vanity´s Fiend, Masked Hero Darklaw or your opponent´s monsters
 + kills eventually Vanity´s Emptiness
- get countered by Nekroz of Gungnier

Dark Hole

+/- see pro and con´s from Raigeki

Book of Eclipse

++ safe out against Djinn Lock, Vanity´s Fiend, Masked Hero Darklaw and similar cards
 + can be an out against Vanity´s Emptiness if you opponents monster is equipped
 + can be used to get rid of any monster locks and use flip or similar effects twice
 + quick spell
- your opponent draw cards if you get not rid of the set monsters

Swords of Concealing Light

+ almost safe out against Djinn-Lock, Vanity´s Fiend, Masked Hero Darklaw and similar cards
 + can be an out against Vanity´s Emptiness if you opponents monster is equipped
 + affected monsters can´t change the battle position as long it remains on the field
- no re-use of own flip or similar effects
 – can be countered by Mystical Space Typhoon
 – permanent spell

Archmage/Princess + Armor

+ searchable
– countered by opponents Nekroz of Decicive Armor, Gungnier or Valkyrus
 — any Trap counter that play

Snatch Steal

+ pretty good card in other situations
— on the basis of Konami´s Japan rulings, the Djinn will be still active and prevent you from special summons, so you have to self-kill the snatched Ritual
So I’ve talked a little bit about Djinn-Lock of Nekroz and the cards to play against. But now you have to choose the best card by your own.

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