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PostSubject: Tellarknight Deck Guide [TCG|April/2015] Wed Apr 01, 2015 1:11 am#1




- TellarKnight Deck Guide-



Introduction:


Hello and welcome to the Tellarknights deck guide, sorry for being late in posting one, but better late than never! Let's begin.


Overall Look:


The archetype is based on LIGHT attribute and Warrior-Type monsters, Pretty nice combination and kinda similar to Constellars (even with the naming) yet we see Tellarknights took everything to a new higher level, with their type having a very powerful support spell (Reinforcement of the army at three) and them being Light, that means access to really powerful light premium monsters (Omega, Paladynamo, Bujintei Tsukuyomi) Even tho you really don't need any of them, also Hoe the archetype is pretty constant and effective. 

Archetype Cards:

Playable Monsters:
 

None-Played Monsters:
 

XYZ Monsters:
 

Spells/Traps:
 

Playing Style


Tellarknights archetype is based on swarming the field and XYZ summon (With mostly XYZ that needs three level 4 monsters), they are very efficient and constant based on the fact they have a searcher monster and Reinforcement Of The Army being at 3 along aside other Tellarknight monster that help the special summoning of others. 

What you aim to do is set up your plays with Deneb searching Altair/Vega in order to achieve the 3 level 4 on the field; That can be done by:

1-Deneb in grave, Altair and Vega in hand: Normal summon Vega then use it's effect to special summon Altair, use Altair's effect to special summon Deneb and search with him whatever you need.

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2-Vega in grave, Deneb and Altair in hand: Summon Altair and target Vega in your graveyard and special summon it, use Vega's effect special summon Deneb from hand and then search with it. 

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3-Unukalhai plays: Mainly this card is there to set your graveyard for upcoming turns, if you're running this monster then you should be running their quick play spell Skybridge. 

Note that with Skybridge being used, you can only special summon Tellarknight monsters, so you must aim for getting three materials on the field.


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Unukalhai /Skybridge Combos:

A) Use Unukalhai effect to send Deneb to graveyard, use Skybridge to special summon Vega and use it's effect to special summon Altair from your hand then, use Altair effect to special summon Deneb from grave, search and XYZ into the Tellarknight you need. 

B) Use Unukalhai effect to send Vega to grave, use Skybridge to special summon Altair, use Altair effect to special summon Vega from your graveyard, then use Vega effect to special summon Deneb from your hand, search and XYZ into the Tellarknight you need. 

There are more combination of plays to do and note that you don't have to always summon Deneb you can try some extra damage using Alsahm or even Capella to go directly into Diamond, it all depends on your build and what you aim to do with the deck.

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4-You can go for Ptolemaios plays that gives you access to powerful rank 5 monsters such as Pleiades, Tiras and Cyber Nova to then use it to go into Cyber Infinity gave the deck an additional boost in being even better. This's also a nice combo to perform using the Star Seraph cards that I'll talk about in the next section. 

Note that you can go for Ptolemaios at your first turn if you have Vega and Deneb in hand, you'll simply summon Vega and Deneb; use Deneb to search Altair setting up your next plays and then XYZing into Ptolemaios, during your EP, attached a Deletors and wait the right time to XYZ to what fits, in most cases your opponent won't be able to get rid of Ptolemaios and you'll use it's effect to special summon Cyber Nova at the End Phase, and simply go into Infinity on your turn, and if your opponent was about to destroy Ptolemaios you can just use it to go Pleiades. In all cases, it's a win win. 

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5-Other plays that the deck will perform are going Diamond at Main Phase 2 after your current tellar XYZ has done it's work, getting another powerful monster at ease is a win win, with it's effect that stands against many of the currently used decks, Dimond proves to be a very helpful card. 


Star Seraph


I'm making a personal spot for them here because they are in my opinion a part of the deck that shouldn't run without, they help in swarming and spamming and destroying!

The only cards from the seraph archetype you need are Specter and Sovereign. Fact is those monsters will give you a lot of pluses; drawing, summoning, xyzing and destroying.

How will this go:

Assuming you have a Sovereign in your hand along aside a Specter, Summon Specter and use it's effect chain Sovereign effect to special summon it; when you do you'll draw a card, then search another Sovereign from your deck and special summon it; and again you'll draw a card. After you have those three on the field, xyz into whatever you feel like of the monsters that need 3 level 4 monsters, in most cases you will go for Delteros, not that your opponent cannot active card effects due to Delteros effect when you summon it, Specter other effect will trigger, you can target a card on the field and destroy it, and when you do you can plus one more card, then use Delteros's own effect to destroy a card.

Basically, you'll end up destroying 2 cards your opponent control and draw three cards. 

Note that this's one of the reasons the deck runs a lot of grave summoning cards (AKA Call Of The Haunted, Noden/Instant Fusion, Oasis etc) so you gain the effect of specter (excluding noden) and summon Sovereign to plus.


Supporting Cards



  • The Seraph cards: The best archetype mix with them is the seraph, spamming, drawing and effective! 
  • Honest: Obviously any LIGHT attribute archetype should consider running honest, except Noble Knights I must say. 
  • Thrasher: With an opening hand of Thrasher and Deneb, you can perform the XYZ of tellarknight ptolemaios and start off with that. 
  • Summoner Monk: Might work if you're running a decent amount of spells, gives you additional spamming power. 
  • Kagetokage: Could work with a Deneb in a starting hand to go into tellarknight ptolemaios like the Thrasher plays. 
  • Noden/Instant Fusion: Amazing considering the deck is aiming to get three level 4 all the time, and Noden helps in doing that along aside running the Serpah cards
  • Call of The Haunted/Soul Charge/Oasis: All those cards that would special summon can help triggering the effect of the tellarknights since they active in wither way of being summoned, special or normal. Also with Serpah cards those reborn cards are needed.
  • Reinforcement Of The Army: A standard card to run for any Warrior-Type based deck, amazing at three and ultimate searcher. 



Pros/Cons
Pros:



  • The Constancy: The deck searches a lot. 
  • Drawing: The deck can draw decently and plus out of the Serpah cards. 
  • Easily Swarming: The deck can easily swarm the field with 3 level 4 giving access to a lot of helpful things. 
  • Can summon amazing powerful XYZs at ease.
  • More? You tell me in a comment. 


Cons: 



  • Weak to any negation such as Light-Imprisoning Mirror, Skill Drain, Fiendish, etc. 
  • Maxx would force you to either stop or carry on plussing your opponent since the deck special summons a lot. 
  • Summon negotiators such as Vanity's and Flying "C" are realy hurtful for the deck. 
  • More? You tell me in a comment. 


DeckList

My current personal build that I'm using, won me a lot of duels and has been effective and constant, all the cards and options are explained in the guide so I won't talk a lot about this build. 


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PostSubject: Re: Tellarknight Deck Guide [TCG|April/2015] Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:38 am#2

Again this is just to point out issues with the example deck.

- Photon Thrasher
+ Instant Fusion

- 3 Fiendish Chain
+ 3 Vanity's Emptiness / Summoner Monk

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PostSubject: Re: Tellarknight Deck Guide [TCG|April/2015] Thu Apr 02, 2015 5:28 am#3

@Decato wrote:
Again this is just to point out issues with the example deck.

- Photon Thrasher
+ Instant Fusion

- 3 Fiendish Chain
+ 3 Vanity's Emptiness / Summoner Monk

Have fun!

Thanks for the feedback Decato, I explained in the guide why I'm running Thrasher, and Vanity's at 1 now isn't that good to main.
As for summoner monk, it's in the guide's supporting cards, I believe it's a preference that's different from one to another to run or not!

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PostSubject: Re: Tellarknight Deck Guide [TCG|April/2015] Thu Apr 02, 2015 12:52 pm#4

nice deck guide rami
also after a bit of testing I've found that this deck is one of the few that can main 2-3 anti-spell fragrence.
it really wrecks the nekroz matchup since they thin the deck so easily they can probably draw into it rather early on. just saying lol

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PostSubject: Re: Tellarknight Deck Guide [TCG|April/2015] Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:26 pm#5

yea nekroz gets rekt cause #Triveil xD 

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