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Deck "Mono-Blue Cyber Lord Midrange"

Deck "Mono-Blue Cyber Lord Midrange"
Format: Standard - 42 Cards
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Card Type: Creature (25 cards)
3 x Aqua Senechal Aqua Senechal (1TVR)
  • Collector Number: 1
  • Rarity: Common
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 3
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 2000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Eva Widermann
Card text:

Choten's Advisor - Whenever this creature attacks, you may draw a card.

3 x Cyber Sprite Cyber Sprite (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: 13
  • Rarity: Common
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 1
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 2000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Katsuya
Card text:

Blocker (You may tap this creature to change an enemy creature's attack to this creature.)

Guard (This creature can't attack.)

3 x Cyber Trader Cyber Trader (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: 14
  • Rarity: Common
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 2
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 1000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Katsuya
Card text:

Idea Exchange — When this creature enters the battle zone, you may draw a card. If you do, discard a card.

3 x Finbarr, Council of Logos Finbarr, Council of Logos (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 40
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 2000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Toshiaki Takayama
Card text:

Council Decree — Each of your other Cyber Lords gets +2000 power.

3 x Hovercraft Glu-urrgle Hovercraft Glu-urrgle (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: S4
  • Rarity: Super Rare
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 3
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 1000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Steve Prescott
Card text:

Hovercraft Rescue — Each time one of your other creatures loses a battle and would be banished, return it to your hand instead.

1 x King Neptas King Neptas (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: 17
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 5
  • Race: Leviathan
  • Power: 5000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Sansyu
Card text:

Spiked Shell — This creature can't be the target of your opponent's spells and abilities.

1 x Milporo, Council of Logos Milporo, Council of Logos (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 56
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 7
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 2000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Haccan
Card text:

Telepathic Order — When this creature enters the battle zone, put target enemy creature on top of your opponents deck.

1 x Potato Gun Glu-urrgle Potato Gun Glu-urrgle (2DED)
  • Collector Number: 19
  • Rarity: Very Rare
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 3000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Jesper Ejsing
Card text:

Spud Salvo - During each of your turns, at the start of each battle that includes this creature, return the other creature to its owner's hand.

3 x Reef Gladiator Reef Gladiator (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: 20
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 3
  • Race: Aquan
  • Power: 3000+
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Hiroshi Tanigawa
Card text:

Blocker (You may tap this creature to change an enemy creature's attack to this creature.)

Guard (This creature can't attack.)

Heart of Water — While all cards in your mana zone are Water cards, this creature gets +3000 power and has "Whenever this creature blocks, you may draw a card."

3 x Rusalka, Aqua Chaser Rusalka, Aqua Chaser (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 61
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Race: Trench Hunter
  • Power: 1000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Eva Widermann
Card text:

Psionic Rebuke — When this creature enters the battle zone, you may return target creature from the battle zone to its owner's hand.

1 x Waterspout Gargoyle Waterspout Gargoyle (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: S6
  • Rarity: Super Rare
  • Card Type: Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 8
  • Race: Aquan
  • Power: 5000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Seki
Card text:

Frenzied Strike — When this creature enters the battle zone, you may return up to 2 target creatures from the battle zone to their owners' hands.

 
Card Type: Evolution Creature (6 cards)
3 x Emperor Axon Emperor Axon (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: 15
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Card Type: Evolution Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 6000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Yocky
Card text:

Evolution — Put on one of your Cyber Lords.

Double Breaker (This creature breaks 2 shields.)

3 x Emperor Neuron Emperor Neuron (4EVO)
  • Collector Number: S2
  • Rarity: Super Rare
  • Card Type: Evolution Creature
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 3
  • Race: Cyber Lord
  • Power: 5000
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Toshiaki Takayama
Card text:

Evolution — Put on one of your Cyber Lords.

Master Tactician — This creature can't be blocked.

Extract Data — Whenever this creature attacks, you may draw a card.

 
Card Type: Spell (11 cards)
1 x Crystal Memory Crystal Memory (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 39
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Card Type: Spell
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Ryoya Yuki
Card text:

" Shield Blast (Instead of putting this spell into your hand from a broken shield, you may cast it for free.) Search your deck. Take a card from it and put that card into your hand. Then shuffle your deck."

3 x Ice Blade Ice Blade (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 46
  • Rarity: Common
  • Card Type: Spell
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 2
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Nakagawa
Card text:

"Shield Blast (Instead of putting this spell into your hand from a broken shield, you may cast it for free.) Return target creature that is level 4 or less from the battle zone to its owner's hand."

3 x Logos Scan Logos Scan (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 53
  • Rarity: Common
  • Card Type: Spell
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 3
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Akira Hamada
Card text:

Draw 2 cards.

1 x Spy Mission Spy Mission (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 62
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Card Type: Spell
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Akifumi Yamamoto
Card text:

"Shield Blast (Instead of putting this spell into your hand from a broken shield, you may cast it for free.) Draw 2 cards"

3 x Veil Vortex Veil Vortex (3RIS)
  • Collector Number: 66
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Card Type: Spell
  • Civilization: Water
  • Level: 4
  • Mana Value: 1
  • Illustrator: Tomofumi Osagawara
Card text:

"Shield Blast (Instead of putting this spell into your hand from a broken shield, you may cast it for free.) Return target creature from the battle zone to its owner's hand."

 
Deck Statistics
Distribution by Card Type
Creature bar 25  60 %  
Evolution Creature bar 14 %  
Spell bar 11  26 %  
 

Distribution by Civilization
Water bar 42  100 %  
 

Distribution by Illustrator
Akifumi Yamamoto bar 2 %  
Akira Hamada bar 7 %  
Eva Wilderman bar 7 %  
Eva Wildermann bar 7 %  
Haccan bar 2 %  
Hiroshi Tanigawa bar 7 %  
Jesper Ejsing bar 2 %  
Katsuya bar 14 %  
Nakagawa bar 7 %  
Ryoya Yuki bar 2 %  
Sansyu bar 2 %  
Seki bar 2 %  
Steve Prescott bar 7 %  
Tomofumi Osagawara bar 7 %  
Toshiaki Takayama bar 14 %  
Yocky bar 7 %  
 

Distribution by Level
1 bar 7 %  
2 bar 14 %  
3 bar 15  36 %  
4 bar 15  36 %  
5 bar 2 %  
7 bar 2 %  
8 bar 2 %  
 

Distribution by Mana Value
1 bar 42  100 %  
 

Distribution by Power
- bar 11  26 %  
1000 bar 21 %  
2000 bar 10  24 %  
3000 bar 2 %  
3000+ bar 7 %  
5000 bar 12 %  
6000 bar 7 %  
 

Distribution by Race
- bar 11  26 %  
Aquan bar 10 %  
Cyber Lord bar 23  55 %  
Leviathan bar 2 %  
Trench Hunter bar 7 %  
 

Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 15  36 %  
Rare bar 14 %  
Super Rare bar 17 %  
Uncommon bar 13  31 %  
Very Rare bar 2 %  
 



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Subject:    Posted: November 28, 2012 08:18 pm

No, that article was about the value of a card given by the Odds, and the odds means more than just having "less sucky cards" to go with it. It's also about what those cards are better at than how you are trying to obtain them, the relativity to what you are facing, the time at which you are supposed to play them, and so forth.

Hokira is still not a good card, because the entire point of mass and/or continuous draw is to get a wide variety of options constantly, but if all of them are the same thing you are strategically very narrow, as opposed to just using some other kind of draw in a more solid deck.

In fact, it can even be said that because Cyber Lords are better now that Hokira becomes worse, because one just tends to add a lot of the better ones, and with Neuron around they have just the right amount of draw, so there is less incentive to get Hokira as opposed to more cards that give depth to the deck.

In strategy games, EVERYTHING is about timing, so the problem with Hokira is the condition for the activation, having to play all those CL through removal and make sure they stay, then waste the turn on Hokira which is just a bad vanilla when you play it, it costs 5 on top, live through the opponent's turn to activate it, etc. With the ease of removal currently in the game and the very dangerous things the opponent can do to further his strategy at those same turns the value of this drops further. And man Hokira is so easy to delay, bounce alone can make attempting the tactic over and over a big disadvantage. And then all the extra Cyber Lords you may have gotten from the draw won't particularly help you catch up with their effects.


Incidentally, mono decks, especially Blue ones, are primarily assault decks, that's their natural advantage: speed and cohesion. I see you made changes towards that direction since I played you and they are good. But that's exactly the decktype where slow pace cards like Hokira and even high cost ones don't pay off, even Reef Gladiator, so those are some other things to go.

Yeah, that's basically the short version of it...

-Nera
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