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Deck Profile: Scott Sheahan’s Danger! Gren Maju Deck

October 5th, 2019

Scott Sheahan is currently 6-2 with a unique take on the Gren Maju strategy. He’s playing what is basically a full Danger! Deck to support it! Check out his list!

Main Deck Total: 40

Monster Cards: 21
3 Danger! Bigfoot!
2 Danger! Chupacabra!
2 Danger! Nessie!
3 Danger! Ogopogo!
3 Danger! Thunderbird!
2 Danger!? Jackalope?
3 Gizmek Orochi, the Serpentron Sky Slasher
3 Gren Maju Da Eiza

Spell Cards: 19
3 Allure of Darkness
1 Card Destruction
2 Danger! Response Team
3 Hey, Trunade!
1 Monster Reborn
3 Pot of Desires
3 Super Polymerization
3 Trade-In

Trap Cards: 0

Side Deck: 15
3 Danger! Zone
3 Gameciel, the Sea Turtle Kaiju
3 Gnomaterial
3 Nibiru, the Primal Being
3 Twin Twisters

Extra Deck: 15
1 Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess
1 Chimeratech Megafleet Dragon
1 Coach King Giantrainer
1 Dingirsu, the Orcust of the Evening Star
1 Divine Dragon Knight Felgrand
1 Knightmare Cerberus
1 Knightmare Mermaid
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Knightmare Unicorn
1 Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy
1 Number 68: Sanaphond the Sky Prison
1 PSY-Framelord Lambda
1 Salamangreat Violet Chimera
2 Starving Venom Fusion Dragon

Gren Maju strategies have been quite successful lately. They took 2nd at YCS Portland, and won YCS Niagra Falls. Sheahan’s using a build that’s pretty close to David Mendoza’s winning Deck from two weeks ago, but with some card differences that push the Deck in a more proactive direction. In particular, he’s playing more Trade-In and Allure of Darkness to get his draws going and dig further into his Deck. He cut Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay to find room for these, because he felt like it wasn’t useful in a meta where his opponents were commonly going for options like Outer Entity Azathot. He liked the way his Deck was able to play with even the least ideal hands thanks to power cards like Super Polymerization.

The Danger! monsters give him a way to draw fresh cards while getting monsters to the field. The focus is on the many Level 8 Danger! monsters like Bigfoot, which pair with each other and Gizmek for Rank 8 Xyz plays. There’s an Xyz Monster for any situation – Titanic Galaxy for anyone relying on key Spells like Sky Strikers, Sanaphond for Graveyard strategies, and Dingirsu for removal. He specifically pointed out that he brought back an old favorite, Divine Dragon Knight Felgrand.

And of course, there’s Gren Maju Da Eiza. This build focuses a lot less on Gren Maju (he’s not playing Eater of Millions or Golden Castle of Stromberg, for example) but it still can buff the Fiend to insane ATK. Pot of Desires alone gives 4000 ATK, while Gizmek gives 3200. With so much draw power, it’s almost guaranteed your Gren Maju will have enough ATK to win any battle. With options like Hey, Trunade! it’s safe to play Gren Maju and swing in for massive damage.

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