World Championship Competitor: Raphael Neven

Well, this is going to be the story of the Play-Off. After finishing first in points and traveling to almost every event available in Europe and the States (even though those don’t count anymore) Raffael Neven almost had to bury his dream of going to Worlds. He was grinding all year for points and a single loss almost set a halt to his pursuit.
But he was able to mount a comeback and earn his invite at the playoff for 3rd place. He kept his focus and beat Dinh-Kah Bui at the Last Chance Qualifier. Overall, Raphael was the fan favorite and finally made it Worlds for the first time. Here’s what he came up with!

Raphael Neven[abstand]
Main Deck:
3 Black Dragon Collapserpent
3 White Dragon Wyverburster
3 Chaos Dragon Levianeer
3 Thunder Dragon
1 Thunder Dragonhawk
1 Thunder Dragonroar
2 Thunder Dragondark
1 Thunder Dragonduo
1 Eclipse Wyvern
1 Omni Dragon Brotaur
3 Danger! Nessie!
3 Danger! Tsuchinoko?
3 Danger! Jackalope?
3 Crusadia Reclusia
1 Crusadia Draco
2 Batteryman Solar
1 Crusadia Arboria
1 Crusadia Manimus
1 Chaos Emperor Dragon of Armageddon
2 Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay
3 Sekka’s Light

Side Deck:

2 Denko Sekka
3 Spell Canceller
3 Artifact Lancea
2 Gnomaterial
2 Dinowrestler Pankratops
3 Ghost Ogre

Extra Deck:

2 Thunder Dragon Colossus
1 Guardragon Elpy
1 Gurardragon Pisty
1 Guardragon Agarpain
1 Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy
1 Crusadia Magius
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Knightmare Unicorn
1 LANphorhynchus
2 Saryuja Skull Dread
1 Hieratic Seal of Heavenly Spheres
1 Triple Burst Dragon
1 Hot Red Dragon Archfiend Abyss

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