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Dragon deck advice

Post by Eardrum73 on Fri Mar 14, 2014 11:01 pm

Should I or should't I? That is the question.

Dragons are not something that I focus on in the past and but while going through my inventory recently, I found that I actually have a fair bit of dragon cards!

The real question is "Should I even bother to build a dragon deck?"

I currently use Santa deck with 2 x starters and 2 x Enchantresses
I also have a high lvl light mono (but light mono has no real burst cards so they suffer abit)
In addition to the above I have Beast/slime deck

So is there a need for dragons at all?

I have:

All defensive dragons (but only one at 5 stars, all are lvl 1)
All ethereal dragons (dark and green are 5 stars, rest unevolve, all are lvl 1)
All dragon spritors except for blue (all unevolve and lvl 1)
East dragon king (unevolve and lvl 1)
Water schema (unevolve and lvl 1)
Nidhogg (unevolve and lvl 1)
Dark golem (5 stars and lvl 47)
Fire golem (5 stars and lvl 32)

What sort of combos can I make out of these fellas and what are the deck strategies involve?

Comments welcome, especially from those with dragon deck experience or if you have given dragon decks serious thought.
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Re: Dragon deck advice

Post by pink_dreamery on Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:28 am

Gee ... you do have a lot of dragons!
I've been wondering the same but your collection is certainly more extensive
The only thing I can think of now is to start with the Metallic Dragons re: Nidhogg deck
They do look like a pain to level up!

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Re: Dragon deck advice

Post by Blindee on Sat Mar 15, 2014 7:00 am

I am not a dragon expert, but forgive my blunt idea, I would go for a classic setup with nidhogg

Nidhogg (leader) + DS dark + Dark golem + dark golem + DS light + DS water (ally)

For this setup, u will be able to use two strong burst at boss stage
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Re: Dragon deck advice

Post by Eardrum73 on Sat Mar 15, 2014 11:17 am

Yeh, i didnt realise I had that many dragons lol.

Oh yeh i forgot to mention I have light and fire metallic dragons (both unevolve and lvl 1) Sad
Its definitely a pain to lvl, so in light of my current decks... Is it even worth it overall?

Blindee, you mention two bursts... Do you mean the two dark golems?
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Re: Dragon deck advice

Post by CrazyAchmed on Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:58 pm

Ursula's active lasts for two rounds. The core of the dragon deck is the dark DS Novalis, which funnels all the team's damage through him (or her. reptiles can gender bend). Ursula amplifies the damage by giving everyone the same attack power as Novalis. Of course, only dark runes trigger a Novalis attack, so you need dark golems to create dark runes. The light DS is there only to add light runes so the dark golem convert becomes deadlier.

The other half of the equation is the HP drain from Nidhogg and the HP leech from the water DS Ursula. In order to gain back large amounts of HP, you need to deal large amounts of damage, so it's essential that the dark DS and especially Ursula have a low CD. Without it, transmigration is basically impossible. The challenge is, none of these cards other than the Light DS can have their CD lowered easily.

As for investment... Ursula is only good for dragon decks, dark golems could be used in a mono dark, and the light ds is for mono light. Other than that, the cards don't integrate very well with existing decks and require a large investment in lowered CD.

tl;dr: only consider if you are going to invest tons of time and exp building this deck up

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Re: Dragon deck advice

Post by Eardrum73 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 3:52 am

Thanks crazy, as per usual, your post are insightful and succinct.

I think you summed it up in your last comment, time and exps are commodities I can ill afford. Smile
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