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Deck Profile: Ulises Aispuro’s Magical Musketeers Deck

November 23rd, 2019

Ulises Aispuro is currently 5-1 with Magical Musketeers! Come check out his build, jam-packed with cards to take down the top strategies and give him control of the Duel.

Main Deck Total: 40

Monster Cards: 15
3 Magical Musketeer Caspar
3 Magical Musketeer Starfire
3 Magical Musketeer Kidbrave
2 Magical Musketeer Doc
1 Magical Musketeer Calamity
3 Nibiru, the Primal Being

Spell Cards: 17
3 Cosmic Cyclone
2 Pot of Desires
2 Instant Fusion
3 Super Polymerization
3 Magical Musket – Cross-Domination
1 Magical Musket – Steady Hands
1 Upstart Goblin
1 Monster Reborn
1 Double or Nothing!

Trap Cards: 8
3 Magical Musket – Desperado
2 Magical Musket – Dancing Needle
2 Magical Musket – Last Stand
1 Magical Musket – Crooked Crown

Side Deck: 15
3 Dimension Shifter
3 Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring
2 Dinowrestler Pankratops
3 Dark Ruler No More
3 Red Reboot
1 Imperial Order

Extra Deck: 15
3 Magical Musketeer Max
1 PSY-Framelord Lambda
1 Linkuriboh
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Thousand-Eyes Restrict
1 Starving Venom Fusion Dragon
1 Salamangreat Violet Chimera
1 Mudragon of the Swamp
1 Chimeratech Megafleet Dragon
1 Predaplant Dragostapelia
1 Number 39: Utopia
1 Number 39: Utopia Double

Ulises Aispuro

Magical Musketeers have been popping up here and there lately, after getting a huge boost thanks to Battles of Legend: Hero’s Revenge and the release of Magical Musketeer Max. Aispuro has taken the strategy and added a lot of ways to shut down his opponents, such as Nibiru and Super Polymerization in the Main Deck , along with the typical Musketeer cards like Cross-Domination and Last Stand. Even Crooked Crown helps here, as it gives him extra monsters to push through a board, and it can shut down a Guardragon combo by locking out the column.

He noted that the Deck has been very consistent. He always prefers to go second, since Magical Musketeer Max is his key card and requires his opponent to have cards on the field. He doesn’t mind playing first but will always choose second if he can.

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