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poker based deck



honest 3

Freed the Matchless General 2

Marauding Captain 2

king's knight 3

queen's knight 3

jack's knight 3

Command Knight 2


Exiled Force 1

Rose warrior of revenge 2



the Warrior Returning Alive

Hand Destruction 2

Monster Reborn 1

havy storm 1



poly 2

future fusion 2

super poly 2




Threatning Roar 1

bottomless trap hole 1

TT 1

extra deck:

Arcana Knight Joker

generetic synchros

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Well seeing as how you've only written 37 cards anyway 2 less shouldn't be a problem huh? You should throw in a few Synchro's as well, even if you can't summon them easily, you've got a Monster reborn so why not? either that or scrap the whole thing and try something else. Oh and you'll probably want some "Warrior Returning Alive" in there.

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Ripped from Wiki:


A Warrior Toolbox Deck revolves around the principles of searching out a Warrior "tool" to counter almost any move your opponent may put into play. Sometimes referred to as merely "Toolbox", Warrior Toolbox is a much more recent and still popular and powerful deck type. This deck type revolves almost completely around loading the deck with utility monsters, cards such as "Goblin Attack Force", "Mystic Swordsman LV2", "Exiled Force", "D.D. Warrior Lady", "D.D. Assailant", "Don Zaloog", and sometimes even "Elemental Hero Wildheart". The reason for this is that the majority of these cards (with a few exceptions such as the D.D.s) have a limited useful outside of specific situations. Toolbox survives and thrives in today's metagame because it is able to reliably search the monsters it needs when it needs them to suit any situation. Most of this searching is done via "Reinforcement of the Army" and "Sangan", but occasionally Toolbox will utilize cards such as "Giant Rat" or "Mystic Tomato" due to the fact that a large majority of its cards may be tutorable by those monsters (including many non-warrior monsters which are seamlessly splashable in the Toolbox deck).


For Super Poly there's nothing wrong with a couple of Lightning Vortex's, either that or Solemn.

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