DECK LIST: Monogatari Series – Experience & Soul Rush Build – Y/G/B – Competitive

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A competitive deck is, as the name states, meant to be able to compete and perform well in tournaments. It is true that the different series are by no meaning equal in power and viability, so take these decks as the cream of the crop for the specific series in question, because even the best deck of one set may not be a match for a semi-good deck from another.

The Deck

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DECK LIST: Kantai Collection – Mono Abyssal Fleet – Blue / Green – Competitive

A competitive deck is, as the name states, meant to be able to compete and perform well in tournaments. It is true that the different series are by no meaning equal in power and viability, so take these decks as the cream of the crop for the specific series in question, because even the best deck of one set may not be a match for a semi-good deck from another.

The Deck

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DECK LIST: Madoka Magica – G / R / B – Competitive

A competitive deck is, as the name states, meant to be able to compete and perform well in tournaments. It is true that the different series are by no meaning equal in power and viability, so take these decks as the cream of the crop for the specific series in question, because even the best deck of one set may not be a match for a semi-good deck from another.

The Deck

Today, I’ll show you guys my first and still strongest competitive deck, the one that literary grew with me from a trial deck to the amazing form that it’s in now 🙂

Here’s the WS Deckbuilder link for your convenience: Wishes for a Demon.

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DECK LIST: Haruhi Suzumiya – Mono Blue – Competitive

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A competitive deck is, as the name states, meant to be able to compete and perform well in tournaments. It is true that the different series are by no meaning equal in power and viability, so take these decks as the cream of the crop for the specific series in question, because even the best deck of one set may not be a match for a semi-good deck from another.

The Deck

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