Sometimes the best strategies borrow from multiple sources. It would appear that this was crashvolt's approach to deck building when he developed his mash up of Goat Control, Baggio Control, and Spirits, in a deck that he simply calls Earth Control.
Crashvolt was happy to share their list, admitting that they love to play both control decks, and new and spicy strategies. So, something like the 45 shown above is not out of the ordinary for the duelist. Included in our brief interview was a bit of insight into the meta analysis that went into the design of the list, as well as general card choice explanations.
Current meta is turbo, Warrior, and then everything else. If I play meta, my main deck should be enough to put up a good fight. I didn’t want to lose to burn or RGT. That’s why my side deck looks like that.
I chose Compulse because I thought it would be a nice compliment to Trap Dustshoot and golem. I have winged Kuriboh because it stops all battle damage for the turn which is a great one-card-stop for OTK decks. Plus, it’s a one-star light.
Cool stuff! the interactions between Golem/Compulse and Dustshoot are particularly clever once you're made aware of them! At the time of this article's writing, Volt has a 2-1 record in the tournament, which means they definitely have a shot at top eight, and potentially more! Of course, the event is about more than just winning! We hope everyone here has at least a little fun while competing, and it seems Crashvolt certainly has!
It has been pretty good so far. Flipping Thousand Eyes face-up with and opponent's King Tiger is always fun. I am looking forward to my next round.
It’s been a lot of fun playing so far. I look forward to seeing what else is in store. Shout out to Ultra Instinct! Go check out JDZ plays goats on YouTube.
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