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YCS Ft. Worth: 1st Place Deck Profile – Ramiro Garcia’s Lunalight Orcust Deck

October 6th, 2019

Ramiro Garcia accomplished what many Duelists might believe to be impossible – he won back-to-back YCS events two weekends in a row. Last week, Garcia took first place in YCS Guadalajara with his Lunalight Orcust Deck. And this week? He took first place in YCS Ft. Worth with… the same Lunalight Orcust Deck. Take a look at his Decklist!

Main Deck: 42 Cards

Monsters: 25
3 Lunalight Kaleido Chick
3 Lunalight Tiger
2 Lunalight Yellow Marten
1 Lunalight Emerald Bird
2 Danger!? Jackalope?
2 Danger! Nessie!
2 Danger!? Tsuchinoko?
2 Danger! Mothman!
1 Danger! Bigfoot!
2 Orcust Knightmare
1 World Legacy – “World Wand”
1 Orcust Harp Horror
1 Orcust Cymbal Skeleton
1 Armageddon Knight
1 Blackwing – Zephyros the Elite

Spells: 11
3 Fire Formation – Tenki
3 Foolish Burial Goods
3 Luna Light Perfume
1 Foolish Burial
1 Orcustrated Babel

Traps: 6
3 Infinite Impermanence
1 Imperial Order
1 Orcust Crescendo
1 Lunalight Serenade Dance

Extra Deck: 15
1 Knightmare Mermaid
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Knightmare Gryphon
1 Galatea, the Orcust Automaton
1 Longirsu, the Orcust Orchestrator
1 Fire Fighting Daruma Doll
1 Curious, the Lightsworn Dominion
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Raidraptor – Force Strix
1 Outer Entity Azathot
1 Outer Entity Nyarla
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Evilswarm Nightmare
1 Tornado Dragon
1 Dingirsu, the Orcust of the Evening Star

Side Deck: 15
3 Gnomaterial
3 Artifact Lancea
2 Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay
1 Eradicator Epidemic Virus
3 Red Reboot
3 Twin Twisters

Ramiro Garcia won YCS Ft. Worth this weekend with his Lunalight Orcust Deck!

Garcia changed some of the cards in his Side Deck between last week and this week, but the ultimate goal of the Deck hasn’t changed. He floods the field with monsters and creates incredible fields, like the ones we saw in his Finals Feature Match earlier today.

“I think it’s the most powerful Deck,” he says. “It has the highest ceiling.”

I asked Garcia why he thinks his Lunalight Orcust Deck is stronger than other Orcust variants. He had a response immediately ready.

“The Deck shuts off all ‘hand traps’ by making Azathot and then continues with its Orcust plays, which are then guaranteed to go through. The [Level 4] Lunalights also give the Deck the ability to make Abyss Dweller, which is one of the most powerful Xyz Monsters in the game right now.”

In short, Garcia’s Deck can shut down a lot of the key cards that are used by Duelists. He can use Abyss Dweller to stop other Orcust Decks in their tracks, and Azathot to make sure all of his plays are unimpeded. The Lunalight portion of his Deck is what makes this all possible by allowing him to keep Summoning Level 4 monsters to the field with some help from Lunalight Tiger. Garcia can return Lunalight Tiger to his hand with Zephyros and Yellow Marten to keep using its effect and flood the field with more monsters to use in Link Summons and Xyz Summons.

Ramiro Garcia has enjoyed tremendous success with his Lunalight Orcust Deck. It’s a tough Deck to play well, and Garcia has proven that he has the skills to wield it successfully. Congratulations to Ramiro Garcia on his YCS victory his weekend!