Yu-Gi-Oh! Asia Championship 2012

Player: Kenneth Koh
Deck: Ninja Hieratic
Rank: Asia 1st Runner-up
Source: Kenneth Koh

Monsters: 22
1 Luster Dragon #2
1 Wattaildragon
1 Black Luster Soldier – Envoy of the Beginning
3 Cardcar D
3 Effect Veiler
2 Hieratic Dragon of Tefnuit
3 Hieratic Dragon of Su
3 Hieratic Dragon of Eset
2 Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon
3 Ninja Grandmaster Hanzo

Spells: 13
3 Pot of Duality
3 Hieratic Seal of Convocation
2 Mystic Space Typhoon
2 Forbidden Lance
1 Heavy Storm
1 Monster Reborn
1 Book of Moon

Traps: 5
2 Ninjitsu Art of Super-Transformation
2 Torrential Tribute
1 Solemn Judgment

Extra: 15
1 Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Blade Armor Ninja
1 Maestroke the Symphony Djinn
1 Number 39: Utopia
1 Number 12: Crimson Shadow Armor Ninja
1 Number 61: Volcasaurus
3 Hieratic Dragon King of Atum
1 Inzektor Exa-Beetle
1 Photon Strike Bounzer
1 Number 25: Focus Force
2 Gaia Dragon, the Thunder Charger

Side: 15
2 Koa’ki Meiru Drago
2 Electric Virus
2 Snowman Eater
2 Swift Scarecrow
1 Dark Hole
1 Mind Control
2 Macro Cosmos
2 Royal Decree
1 The Transmigration Prophecy


5 Responses to “Yu-Gi-Oh! Asia Championship 2012”

  1. 1 GOGIS April 21, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    i think put out 1 Maestroke the Symphony Djinn and add one Gustaph Max, The Super-Dreadnought Railway Gun?

    • 2 Gagaga Magician April 24, 2012 at 8:08 am

      This is with the Asia format. In that ban list (which you can find on the Konami site) they only allow core set and widely distributed cards (like in SE, etc.) cards. This means no DT cards, no Magazine and book promos, and no special pack (like V-Jump edition) cards. Some important cards to note:

      -All of the Laval deck
      -All the HEROes Omni fusions
      -Gustaph and Messier 7
      -No Thunder King Rai-Oh (which would kill this deck)
      -No Gorz (but Trag was in the DW SD)
      -No Evilswarm/Verz so no Dimensional Verz Laggia… only Dimensional Laggia

      With this in mind the top decks would theoretically be:

      -Dimensional Laggia (because it would kill Inzektors)
      -Inzektors (because they have nothing missing)
      -Other T2 decks like Six Sams, Chaos Dragons, Blackwings, etc.

      I feel the deck was a sleeper hit because I don’t feel many expected it to win as in their locals (outside of Japan) they mostly play with the cards that aren’t allowed in this tournament. (like they use DT, promos, etc.) so I’m not sure how many were truly prepared for this.

      I don’t live in Asia though so maybe I am thinking this wrong.

  2. 3 DIY Death April 30, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    I’ve recently adapted this deck to suit my TCG needs now that TCG no longer has priority and I must say, it’s quite the powerful deck, raining in a 97% win ratio (not an exaggeration), only losing to some unstoppable Gateway of the 6 spams and Piper Chaos sacking.

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