Quick Questions: What will be the strongest Deck this weekend?

For this event it’s the new Forbidden & Limited List that changed the metagame the most. Recent set releases were more of an addition to existing strategies. We are keen to find out what the players here at YCS Bochum think and asked them: “What will be the strongest Deck this weekend?”


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Dennis

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[b] What will be the strongest Deck this weekend? [/b]
[quote][b] Dennis: [/b] I think it’s still Nekroz. It’s the deck to beat at the moment. It’s fast, it’s consistent and the monsters have really strong effects.
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Timon

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[b] What will be the strongest Deck this weekend? [/b]
[quote][b] Timon: [/b] I also think it’s Nekroz. The deck has so many plays and so many outs to solve a situation and it’s hard to side against it.
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Robert

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[b] What will be the strongest Deck this weekend? [/b]
[quote][b] Robert: [/b] I think Qliphort and Nekroz are even. Due to the Pendulum mechanic the Qliphort monsters come back every turn flooding the field.
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Tom, Sören & Freunde

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[b] What will be the strongest Deck this weekend? [/b]
[quote][b] Tom: [/b] It’s Nekroz for sure. They are very consistent and versatile. The deck can overcome nearly any situation. In my opinion only [mistake] might help to stop the deck.
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[b] What will be the strongest Deck this weekend? [/b]
[quote][b] Sören: [/b] I think it’s Nekroz due to [nz trish]. The card is so strong and creates a lot of card advantage just by summoning it. It also really easy to bring out with the help of [nz shurit]
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