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Deck "Meow Mix"

Deck "Meow Mix"
30 Cards
created by chibionineko Premium Member LV35 activity icon envelope icon
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The focus of this deck was to include Gatomon with her good friend Wizardmon. Although there are no common Rookies that go with both Digimon. So because of this when looking at this deck you have to think of Wizardmon as more like a Digivice cause he is only there for DNA Digivolving and cannot be Digivolved into from any Rookie.

This deck will be modified several times.

 
Card list Group cards by  
Card Type: Champion Level Digimon (9 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Aquilamon Series4 Bo-175 Champion Level Digimon Common
1 x Birdramon Decks St-04 Champion Level Digimon Set
1 x Gatomon One Bo-15 Champion Level Digimon GoldText
1 x Nefertimon Series3 Bo-130 Champion Level Digimon Common
1 x Starmon Decks St-26 Champion Level Digimon Set
1 x Togemon Series2 Bo-84 Champion Level Digimon Common
1 x Tortomon Decks St-25 Champion Level Digimon Set
1 x Veedramon Series2 Bo-83 Champion Level Digimon Common
1 x Wizardmon Decks St-44 Champion Level Digimon Set
 
Card Type: Mega Level Digimon (3 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Magnadramon One Bo-17 Mega Level Digimon Rare
1 x Phoenixmon Series2 Bo-94 Mega Level Digimon Rare
1 x Valkyrimon Series4 Bo-177 Mega Level Digimon Rare
 
Card Type: PO-Digivolve (5 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Crest Tag Series2 Bo-99 PO-Digivolve Rare
1 x Digi-Egg of Light Series3 Bo-158 PO-Digivolve Uncommon
1 x Digivice Red Decks St-59 PO-Digivolve Set
1 x Digivice Vaccine Decks St-91 PO-Digivolve Set
1 x Sora (Fox Kids Promo) Promos Fx-03 PO-Digivolve Common
 
Card Type: PO-Power Blast (5 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Digital Gate Series6 Bo-306 PO-Power Blast Common
1 x Fire Crystal Series6 Bo-315 PO-Power Blast Common
1 x Giga Claws Series6 Bo-319 PO-Power Blast Uncommon
1 x Spiritual Crystal Series6 Bo-307 PO-Power Blast Common
1 x Spiritual Ring Series6 Bo-312 PO-Power Blast Common
 
Card Type: Rookie Level Digimon (3 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Biyomon Decks St-03 Rookie Level Digimon Set
1 x Gotsumon Decks St-23 Rookie Level Digimon Set
1 x Palmon Decks St-09 Rookie Level Digimon Set
 
Card Type: Ultimate Level Digimon (5 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x AeroVeedramon Series2 Bo-88 Ultimate Level Digimon Holo
1 x Angewomon One Bo-16 Ultimate Level Digimon Rare
1 x Garudamon Series2 Bo-89 Ultimate Level Digimon Uncommon
1 x MegaKabuterimon Decks St-28 Ultimate Level Digimon Set
1 x Silphymon Series4 Bo-176 Ultimate Level Digimon Uncommon
 
Deck Statistics
Distribution by Battle Color
- bar 10  33 %  
Green bar 23 %  
Red bar 13  43 %  
 

Distribution by Card Type
Champion Level Digimon bar 30 %  
Mega Level Digimon bar 10 %  
PO-Digivolve bar 17 %  
PO-Power Blast bar 17 %  
Rookie Level Digimon bar 10 %  
Ultimate Level Digimon bar 17 %  
 

Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 30 %  
GoldText bar 3 %  
Holo bar 3 %  
Rare bar 17 %  
Set bar 10  33 %  
Uncommon bar 13 %  
 



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digidude86
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Subject: comment   Posted: August 14, 2008 05:57 pm

go gatomon! this is my favorite deck yet!
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Subject:    Posted: January 7, 2009 01:09 pm

How do you play the different backed card

do you use sheilds for the card?
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Subject:    Posted: January 7, 2009 04:09 pm


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How do you play the different backed card

do you use sheilds for the card?


From what I understand from one of the old moderators/Event organizers at bandai for digi-battle, decks that used cards with both backings were required to use holders with solid color backs that were compeletly opaque. That is to say not in the least bit transparent like most white holders and some blue and pink holders are. Black was the generally recommended color.
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