Luke Boncic (AKA Graceless) would fit in right next to any Sith lord, as he clearly has a thing for both power, and the dark side. His Strike Ninja list, which he dubbed "Darkstrike Turbo", has been performing well in the early rounds of GFC17, but will it get him to the top?
It's clear that Graceless favors power and speed more than anything else, even if it means playing something most others would consider sub-optimal. We asked him to explain his choices, and like any proud parent would be, he showed quite a bit of confidence in his baby.
I chose to play this deck because it can perform quick OTKs, and it is very resilient.
I wanted to make a deck that spit out big monsters quickly, while wiping your opponent's field of potential threats. I decided that the combination Strike Ninja and Dimension Fusion would be the best way to do so.
Apprentice Magician gets you to Witch's Apprentice, which can be a massive ATK boost in multiple copies for strong DARK monsters like Rare Metal Dragon, Giant Orc, and Nuvia the Wicked. Jinzo is a tech card for the current meta, as there are a lot of trap-based decks out there. Giant Trunade lets you push through backrow more easily.
[The tournament]'s gone alright... I think this is the best deck.
ALEXANDER A DMITRIEFF
4/24/2022 10:41:11 am
I can't wait to build this deck!
4/27/2022 12:18:08 am
I can't wait to see where you both decide to take the deck after some personal 'upgrades'. Gl
4/27/2022 01:37:02 pm
I´m full of joy, looking forward for the release :-)
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