YuGiOh Master Duel Exodia Deck
Making a powerful YuGiOh Master Duel Exodia deck is a staple of the trading card franchise, as it's one of the strongest cards due to its ability to instantly end games when summoned. In YuGiOh Exodia isn't a standard card, and instead requires you to hold all five pieces of him before he can be used to TKO your opponent. So if you need to know the most effective YuGiOh Master Duel Exodia deck for quickly getting all pieces and ending the duel, we've got you covered.
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YuGiOh Master Duel Exodia Deck: What Cards Are Needed?
For building this deck, you're going to want access to The Great Olds secret pack, which is one of the best ways to claim Exodia. Alternatively, you can craft him, as most of his parts only require normal CP. You are also going to want a selection of LV8 and Destiny HERO cards that are easy to summon, so you can activate more card drawing spells. The ultimate goal of this deck is to use as many drawing cards as possible so that you hold all the pieces of Exodia.
Below is the list of cards we've used to construct our YuGiOh Master Duel Exodia deck:
- Right Leg of the Forbidden One x1
- Left Leg of the Forbidden One x1
- Right Arm of the Forbidden One x1
- Left Arm of the Forbidden One x1
- Exodia the Forbidden One x1
- Royal Magical Library x2
- Destiny HERO - Diamond Dude x3
- Destiny HERO - Defender x3
- Destiny HERO - Fear Monger x2
- Destiny HERO - Dunker x2
- Silent Magician LV4 x2
- Dark Lucius LV6 x2
- Silent Magician LV8 x2
- Dark Lucius LV8 x2
- Destiny Draw x3
- Trade-In x2
- Golden Bamboo Sword x3
- Broken Bamboo Sword x3
- Emergency Provisions x3
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- Good Goblin Housekeeping x3
That's our Exodia deck that is aimed towards high drawing numbers and getting a one-turn knockout. We don't have any extra cards as they are unnecessary for this type of deck. It, unfortunately, can fall victim to bad RNG, but the deck is purposefully designed to minimise this and give you a few options to draw Exodia from your starting hand.
Obviously, a deck this narrowly focused also has no backup options, so if you can't score a knockout quickly, you'll be unlikely to win a game. It's also important to note that this isn't specifically designed for the ranked meta, and while you can win and gain levels if you get lucky consistently, the deck isn't really built for climbing high in the ladder - though the YuGiOh Master Duel Six Samurai deck is good for this.
That's all for our Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel Exodia deck, and now you have the needed card list to build your own and try and score that glorious OTK.
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