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Duel Masters: Shadow Of The Code
  • Developer: Amble
  • Publisher: Atari
  • Genre: Card Battle
  • Release: Oct 18, 2005
  • ESRB: Everyone

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Control deck help

What is the best and cheapest way of building a control deck involving corile on shadow of the code

Coriled!, Nov 24, 2011

Answer from: Masters
I suggest you to use Aqua Deck. Put a lot of 'Aqua Guard' (because it cost only 1) and 'Chrystal Liquid' for the involve. (it cost only 5) After involve you will get the creature that has double breaker and 8000 power plus unblockable. Hope i helped.

Posted on: May 17, 2012

Answer from: Masters Whittle
Use Epic Dragon, and Base Set Deck. It's really helpful.

Posted on: May 17, 2012

Answer from: Corile Master
4x Corile
4x Emeral
4x Aqua Hulcus
4x Illusionary Merfolk

4x Crimson Hammer
4x Meteosaur
4x Searing Wave

4x Natural Snare
4x Rumbling Terahorn

4x Terror Pit

For early game, summon Emeral to set up Natural Snares and Terror Pits alongside casting the Crimson Hammers to keep rushers at bay. Aqua Hulcus helps in cycling through your deck and getting hand advantage. By turn five, your opponent should have very little cards left in his/her hand. Summon Corile at this point to lock your opponent's draw. Keep summoning Coriles until you can remove the creature (Pit, Snare and Meteosaur). If you do not have Corile, summon Rumbling Terahorn or Illusionary Merfolk (if you have Emeral) to dig for Corile. Searing Wave is there if you have your back against a wall while facing a rush deck.

P.S. DO NOT attack shields until you have at least seven creatures on the field. Do not attack shields while you are summoning Coriles. Shields may hold the answer to break the draw lock. One nasty trigger can also end your entire operation, though it usually can't be that destructive. If you are up against a deck with Awe, attack SLOWLY, with Aqua Hulcus (you want Emeral around for Merfolk). If you want blockers, trim the amount of Emeral, Metosaur and Searing Wave down to 3 and squeeze in Hunter Fish and Phantom Fish. This deck can function perfectly without Locomotiver, so rest assured.

This deck can be built by constructing your own deck at the start of the game.

Posted on: Oct 14, 2012
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