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Deck "White Terror"

Deck "White Terror"
Format: TCG - 40 Cards
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I can imagine that some of you guys have watched Duel Masters Anime, especially the 1st series. What I mean, do you remember Hakuoh's deck and his amazing strategy, that has frightened Knight to death? If you do, then you have probably already deduced what is that deck about. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, here comes the White Terror.

This deck has no weaknesses. And if you think otherwise, then I'm afraid you can as well stop playing Duel Masters, because such thinking clearly shows that you have no skill. And on top of that, no sense of humor.

 
Card list Group cards by  
Type: Creature (28 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
3 x Dia Nork, Moonlight Guardian BS 2 Creature Rare
4 x Emerald Grass BS 3 Creature Common
1 x Gran Gure, Space Guardian BS 5 Creature Very Rare
2 x Kolon, the Oracle SCoBN 11 Creature Common
4 x La Ura Giga, Sky Guardian BS 9 Creature Common
1 x Lok, Vizier of Hunting BS 12 Creature Uncommon
3 x Sarius, Vizier of Suppression SCoBN 16 Creature Common
3 x Senatine Jade Tree BS 18 Creature Common
3 x Szubs Kin, Twilight Guardian BS 21 Creature Rare
4 x Urth, Purifying Elemental BS S2 Creature Super Rare
 
Type: Evolution Creature (3 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
3 x Alcadeias, Lord of Spirits SCoBN 1 Evolution Creature Very Rare
 
Type: Spell (9 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
3 x Diamond Cutter ECoD 1 Spell Uncommon
4 x Holy Awe BS 6 Spell Rare
2 x Screaming Sunburst SCoBN 17 Spell Uncommon
 
Deck Statistics
Distribution by Civilization
Light bar 40  100 %  
 

Distribution by Cost
1 bar 10 %  
2 bar 18 %  
3 bar 13 %  
4 bar 15 %  
5 bar 15 %  
6 bar 12  30 %  
 

Distribution by Power
- bar 23 %  
1000 bar 5 %  
12500 bar 8 %  
2000 bar 10 %  
3000 bar 18 %  
4000 bar 10 %  
5000 bar 8 %  
6000 bar 18 %  
9000 bar 3 %  
 

Distribution by Race
- bar 23 %  
Angel Command bar 18 %  
Guardian bar 11  28 %  
Initiate bar 10 %  
Light Bringer bar 5 %  
StarLight Tree bar 18 %  
 

Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 16  40 %  
Rare bar 10  25 %  
Super Rare bar 10 %  
Uncommon bar 15 %  
Very Rare bar 10 %  
 

Distribution by Type
Creature bar 28  70 %  
Evolution Creature bar 8 %  
Spell bar 23 %  
 



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qbius Premium Member
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Subject:    Posted: June 3, 2011 06:50 am

Guys, you DO realize that this deck is for fun only, because when it comes to the real game it's painfully weak?
Right?
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Subject:    Posted: June 18, 2011 01:22 pm


quote from qbius:

Guys, you DO realize that this deck is for fun only, because when it comes to the real game it's painfully weak?
Right?


Depends on what rule set you're playing by. Also, this deck is not exactly what I would call "weak".
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Subject:    Posted: June 21, 2011 11:13 pm

Clearly people didn't get the memo about this being a joke deck, because this deck is now in the Decks of the Week section. This clearly prompts a big NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Subject:    Posted: June 30, 2011 01:19 am

the deck is pretty decent if you had only cards from the first three packs but seriously it packs little of a punch apart from alcadeas. some water decks could eat it for lunch dinner and maybe breakfast. not just that cards like scarlet skyterror and crystal lancer would make white terror black and blue.
Frankly it needs work on offense. Agreed light lacks there. It can't bring out the big guns quickly but there are initiates in the first few packs which can put forth an offensive front.
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Subject:    Posted: June 30, 2011 02:32 pm

@vladutz: Read qbius's first comment. This is a deck just for fun. It isn't meant to be taken seriously at all. (Not that many people got that.)
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Subject:    Posted: July 15, 2011 06:37 pm

You know what irritates me more than this being in the wrong place? Noobs using this deck.
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Subject:    Posted: July 23, 2011 02:53 am

but this deck need to modify by using dimond sword instead of dimond cutter and super spark instead of holy awe..
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Subject:    Posted: July 24, 2011 06:43 pm


quote from wanted:

but this deck need to modify by using dimond sword instead of dimond cutter and super spark instead of holy awe..

This deck is supposed to be Hakuoh's deck in the English anime, so those don't go in.

Please, people, stop taking this deck seriously...
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Subject:    Posted: January 17, 2013 04:36 am

How did Hakouh win with this deck for so long.
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Subject:    Posted: September 16, 2013 08:25 pm


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How did Hakouh win with this deck for so long.

cuz he be a fuken anime character
a CARD GAME anime character
let me tell ya sumthin

lotsa people been watchin Duel Masters, following Shobu's incredible victories and crushing defeats, but little did they know it takes just a little bit of proper understanding to unveil the hidden meaning that exists within the show.

So we've got Shobu - he's the main guy. There are his friends, Rekuta; Sayuki; Mimi, did I got that right? I think so, yeah. Kokoju should be included too, and of course Hakuoh. The important places besides Shobu's house are the card shop (you know the one owned by Rekuta's dad), but mainly, the temple.

But let's look at the world presented in the anime show as a whole. So, they all play cards.
What the hell?
I mean what in the right mind is even happening I mean EVERYONE was playing them. What kind of a society is based around a friggin magic monster card game thingy that is basically a simplified copy of a TCG titan?
Anyhow.
A situation where all of the people and I mean ALL of the people are playing such a game would never happen. Will never happen. Never happened, is definitely not happening right now, and definitely SHOULD not happen. And what we should looking for is the most realistic answer we can get, because trust me it's what they always do.
So what do we do. "It was all a dream?" Not quite, not quite.
But close.

Shobu is a kid. You know, the whole show is kinda like a rip-off from pokemon? Ash was (is [will be]) 10, so let's say that Shobu was 10 too. He is a kid, still blessed by the beautiful gift of a vast imagination. And kids love to use their imagination, to make their interests and favourite things even more attractive.
And Shobu liked cards a lot.

Let's put it like that. Shori, Shobu's father. I think he was a gambler.
He would go out every friday to play poker, and he would be pretty dam good at playing poker too. Soon, with a little help of a small job at the construction site, he would be acquiring sufficient pay.

It was some time after that he would meet a woman. Because, you know, there's always one.
After an incredible lucky win streak he decided to use some of the won money to have a little bit of fun. With some guyfriends of his they went downtown, from one pub to another. It was in one of the shadier places there that he found her, sitting alone by the counter. It didn't take much, just a few card tricks and some kind words, and as a now known poker player and with a fine lady by his side, he felt like was at the top of the world. Out of this euphoria it didn't even take 2 months before he asked her to marry him.

Shobu was born about a year and a half after this. He would grow up surrounded by love of his mother, but Shori wasn't exactly what you would call a family man. It's not that he was a bad father, much less a violent one. He just didn't know how to express his feelings the right way. So instead of hugging his little kid, kissing it on a cheek or telling him stories, he showed him his cards.

And dam, did Shobu liked them.
Because let's admit it, there is something captivating within the standard deck. Simple, yet elegant and mystic. Shobu thought so too, even though those words used by me wouldn't be known to him for another couple of years.

Shobu and his father didn't have a lot of chances to talk that much. Shori was pretty much always away, playing poker or meeting other women. Like I said, he wasn't exactly a family man.

Let's fast-forward a bit. Shori, now a veteran poker player, didn't even play that much at the time. He saved up what he thought was a satisfactory amount of money, and decided to slowly fade away from the poker world.

But the money he saved up was actually quite far from being "satisfactory". Very soon the family would run into huge financial problems. And where there are problems, there are fights, and the already distant Kirifuda couple was now becoming openly aggressive to one another. No child likes when his parents fight, and Shobu didn't like it too. He decided to go to his only friends. The cards.

His father was trying to teach Shobu how to play poker a few times, but it never worked. I'm sure you all can understand why. Sure, Shobu was infatuated with the cards, but the actual poker isn't exactly what a 10-years old child would find attractive. Whenever you or me look at a standard card, all we see is a suit and a number/letter. But neither you neither me, are Shobu. And Shobu would imagine the cards to be of dragons, legendary beasts and other monsters. His game didn't have Clubs, it had Nature. It had Fire instead of Hearts, Water instead of Spades, and Light instead of Diamond. In Shobu's imaginary world filled with lots of interesting creatures, there was no place for any darkness. Not now, anyway.

Shobu would spend his day locked up in his room, only the cards and his female dog Sayuki, pet of the family. It's not that he couldn't leave the room, it was just what he preferred. If he wanted to, the whole house was his for the taking. His father has already ran away, overwhelmed by all the debts, and his mother was returning home only to prepare a simple dish for him and to sleep, after another exhausting day spent by working full-time in two different facilities. It was all for Shobu.

And Shobu was still all about the cards. He only has now realized that he needs opponents, and that he needs companions. Rekuta was his first imaginary friend, his supposed best friend, who just so happens to be worse than Shobu in everything. And while any feelings of love and much less lust were still obviously not there, he thought up of Mimi too, as "the girl".

Kokoju and Hakuoh were different, though. Rather than being completely made up by Shobu, they were reflections of real people that Shobu sort of knew. While staring outside the window, Shobu noticed two kids about his age consistently appearing outside near his house, presumably also near their houses. There was this loud, "hardcore" kid, and the quiet and reserved one. I'm sure you can make out the rest yourself.

One day, Shobu heard the two kids playing again. Actually, there was a bit of a fight going on, with the loud kid yelling horribly at the calm one. And although the quiet kid stayed, well, quiet, during the whole conflict, an adult man, presumably the calm kid's father, decided to step in. After mocking the loud child in an atrocious manner, he took his son to what appeared to be their house. An enourmous, yet shabby-looking and generally unkept building. Yeah, you guessed that one right.

This whole incident was actually quite devastating for Shobu. He has experienced what he has never seen before, a father actively taking care of his son. It's not that he was jealous, or angry, or anything. He didn't know what to feel. But from this day onwards, his main enemies became the people of what he called the Temple, with its Master standing at the top.

And as such, Shobu began to imagining his adventure, him and his friends - thought up Rekuta and Mimi, and even his dog he randomly decided to project into a human girl - set off to defeat the evil temple.

Because come on, have you really never wondered why Sayuki doesn't play Duel Masters?
Well, ain't that obvious?
Dogs can't play card games you silly person.
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