Yu-Gi-Oh! Top Store of Asia Championship 2011

Player: Kee Kian Sim “Sam”
Deck: Wind-Up Inzektor
Rank: Top Store of Asia Champion
Source: Dueling Days

Monsters: 18
3 Inzektor Dragonfly
3 Inzektor Hornet
3 Inzektor Centipede
1 Inzektor Giga-Mantis
1 Inzektor Giga-Weevil
1 Armageddon Knight
1 Sangan
3 Wind-Up Rat
1 Wind-Up Hunter
1 Dark Armed Dragon

Spells: 12
1 Monster Reborn
1 Dimensional Fissure
1 Foolish Burial
3 Pot of Duality
1 Allure of Darkness
1 Heavy Storm
2 Mystical Space Typhoon
2 Instant Fusion

Traps: 10
1 Solemn Judgment
2 Solemn Warning
2 Bottomless Trap Hole
2 Call of the Haunted
2 Phoenix Wing Wind Blast
1 Trap Dustshoot

Extra:
-Unreleased-

Side:
-Unreleased-

2 Responses to “Yu-Gi-Oh! Top Store of Asia Championship 2011”


  1. 1 DIYDeath January 26, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Great deck, I run a similar version.
    Where’s your Gold Sarc+Leviair combos in leu of Armageddon Knight and Foolish Burial?
    Where’s your Kagemusha Knights or Marauding Captains?
    Where’s your Wind-up Sharks?
    Where’s your Wind-up Factories? (maity triggers the effect and lets you summon the shark you fetch thanks to order of resolution and maity’s effect. This card works because maity is spammable even in non-pure)

    GREAT start, I mean truly great. No one else has a deck even close to what I’ve made besides this, I just think the deck needs optimization to guarantee a wind-up or inzektor loop (or both) 1st turn so you can more easily control your opponent and good game them no matter what they do.


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