How to create best decks in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Today we bring you a new guide of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. Create the best decks in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is not an easy task and today I will teach you how to hit 100% with your combination. In addition I will take advantage of the article and I will put the current tops.

Here you have two good decks so you can add directly to your games, at the end if you want something fast without looking on webs we bring you, hahaha.
The best decks of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

I want to show you the three best decks currently running on the web. We will start with a simple one and we will move forward.

The easiest to create is the Mai Valentine Harpie Lady Duck deck. The letters that form it are the following:

  • Harpie Lady Sisters, Harpie Lady, Sonic Duck (x3), Enemy Controller (x2), Elegant Egotitst (x2), Birdface (x2), 4-Starred Lady Bug of Doom, Mirror Wall x2, Wild Tornado, Windstorm of Etaqua And Order to Charge (x2).

The important thing when using this deck is to try to keep the Harpie spell active and use the Sonick Duck correctly.

Now comes the best deck but also the hardest to get, the Bandit Keith. The letters that form it are the following:

  • Relinquished (x2), Sonic Bird (x2), Sphere Kuriboh (x2), Thunder Dragon (x3), Enemy Controller (x2), Senju of the Thousand Hands (x2), Interdimensional Matter Transporter Black Illusion Ritual (x2) and Skull Lair.

The keys to using it correctly is to take advantage of the Keith spell to be able to summon Relinquished as quickly as possible. Then we will take advantage of the Storm or Matter Transporter cards that will help us to exploit the 100% Relinquished.

How do I create my own decks or look for them?

You can really search the net and you will find many recommended mallets similar to the ones shown above, spectacular decks and many articles with a very striking clickbait. But, the good thing is to have a reference site where we can see new decks each week adjusted to the game’s balance and above all, tested by many other players.

This that I comment to you seems a very complex task or a lot of research but with the YugiDecks web you can verify that it becomes easy.

What is YugiDecks and how do I look for mallets?

YugiDecks is a web where we can create our decks and the rest of players can test and evaluate them. In the end they finish creating rankings with all this information.

To find the best deck for Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links we will have to play with the ordering and the date of creation of the deck of cards. Personally I recommend that you filter per month and sort by ranking. Filtering by month we will stay with the most balanced decks with the current balance of cards and when ordering by ranking we will have the most voted by the rest of players in first position. I leave you a catch of the top of this month.

It’s true that we also have another way to find good decks for Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links which is filtered by HOT and then sort by rating. In this case we will have the best but may not be the most current or even the best but a little unattainable by the type of cards they bring.

Since we have them ordered only we have to enter the deck and see the letters that form. In addition the author leaves a small description on the deck to help us understand why he uses it.

These are my recommendations but then everyone is free to look for other decks and play a little with the parameters that the web tells us.

I found a video by youtube where they explain how to use the web to find your deck, so I’ll leave it to you next.

How to create best deck for Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Remember that one thing is how good the deck is but then there is the factor of how good the player is or even the factor of the order of the cards. One more thing, if you are still starting to play I recommend you visit the YU-GI-OH Guide! Duel Links – How to play and prepare your Deck.

I hope you have enjoyed this guide. Until the next gamers, check our Nintendo Wii Article!

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