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MensagemEnviada: Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:28 pm    Assunto: Maldoche madness deck ycs turin Responder com Citação

Madolche is typically viewed as a Tier 2-3 Deck because of it’s limitations to Rank 3 and 4 Xyz Monsters, small Monster Cards and reliance on it’s Field Spell for consistency. Madolche have the ability to have seemingly infinite resources once they get the upper hand, using the Monsters’ respective passives (to return to Deck when they’re destroyed by battle or opponent’s card effect) and Madolche Chateau to allow them to return to hand.

The Deck primarily revolve around rank 3 and 4 Xyz plays, such as Wind-Up Zenmaines, Maestroke the Symphony Djinn, Abyss Dweller as single entities, or M-X-Saber Invoker, Leviair the Sea Dragon and Madolche Queen Tiaramisu in larger combos.

The most basic combo available to put Madolche Queen Tiaramisu on the field involves having Madolche Hootcake and Madolche Mewfeuille in hand.


YCS Turin – Show off your Deck to the World!

YCS Turin is the next big event on the Dueling calendar, and as usual we will be providing live tournament coverage of the event, following all of the weekend’s action!

One of the main features of our tournament coverage are the Deck Profiles that we give to Duelists at every event. In these we interview a Duelist and talk with them about their Deck and the strategies they have in mind to guide them to victory.

If you Read more…

Written by PJ Tierney Championships, YCS Turin (125th YCS) Tags:

Deck Feature: Richard Thompson’s Maldoche Madness Deck!

It’s not often we get something like this, but with Richard Thompson’s Madolche Deck that he’s submitted through the Online Deck Submission form came with it’s own article already! Lets take a look at what Richard has to say!

Written by Robert Grayson-Hooley Championships, YCS London Tags:

Deck Analysis: Sergio Soldani’s Inzektors

In round one we saw World Championship top eight player Sergio Soldani pilot his Inzektor Deck to a comfortable victory. Now we get the chance to take a look at the Deck itself and ask Soldani why he believed this was the best Deck for the event!

Written by James Pennicott Championships, YCS London Tags:

Deck Profile: Marcus Shearer’s “Call Me Maybe?” Deck

YCS London looks to be a massive event, with so much going on and so many players set to compete in the main event, we have a look at our first Deck Feature: Marcus Shearer!

Written by Robert Grayson-Hooley Championships, YCS London Tags:

YCS London – Show off your Deck to the world!

Update: Deck Submissions are now closed.

YCS London is just over a week away, and as usual we will be providing live tournament coverage of the event, following all of the weekend’s action!

One of the main features of our tournament coverage are the Deck Profiles that we give to Duelists at every event. In these we interview a Duelist and talk with them about their Deck and the strategies they have in mind to guide them to Read more…

Written by PJ Tierney Championships, YCS London Tags:

Deck Analysis: Asier Ugaldea’s 3 Axis Fire Fist

In just a few minutes, the Top 64 will be underway. I used the time while the final standings were up to catch up with Asier Ugaldea. He told me about his interesting Deck yesterday already, however, his tournament didn’t quite go as planned. He’s currently trying his luck in the Public Events which gives him the chance to change his Deck in between events and come up with the perfect build. He’s still missing something, so go and check Read more…

Written by Oliver Gehrmann Championships, WCQ: European Championship 2013 Tags:

Deck Analysis: Benedikt Junk’s Scraps

Today is a special day for Benedikt Junk; it’s his birthday. I promised to give him a special treat, a Deck Analysis. Considering that Junk is playing Scrap, some might say this is an invitation for a bad word play, but I’m confident I can resist.

Written by Oliver Gehrmann Championships, WCQ: European Championship 2013 Tags:

Deck Analysis – Keith Hearne’s “Negate EVERYTHING!” Deck

We on the coverage team are often asked about Deck features – everyone wants to show off their own list and let the world see their different card choices. If you’re after a feature at a big event, there’s a general rule to follow: do something different. Keith Hearne has managed to do this, and has drawn me in with his Rock Stun Deck.

Written by James Pennicott WCQ: European Championship 2013 Tags:

Deck Analysis: Giovanni Capecci’s Lightsworn

Giovanni Capecci is no stranger to the circuit; we’ve seen him at almost every European Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series and more than once, he’s brought a rather creative Deck to the table. Granted, he didn’t always make it to day 2, but I like his approach of “go big or go home!”

This weekend, he decided to try his luck with a truly oldschool Deck: Lightsworn! Let’s take a closer look at his take on the archetype.

Written by Oliver Gehrmann Championships, WCQ: European Championship 2013 Tags:

Deck Analysis: Michael Rasmussen’s Steel Plated Gadgets

In a sea of Dragons and Spells, it’s great to see something come out of the woodwork that takes people completely by surprise and has a strong chance of doing well in the competition. Michael Rasmussen fits the bill perfectly, piloting his Tin Goldfish-helped Gadget Deck to the top four of his National Championship. Now he hopes for a repeat performance – if not better – on the biggest European stage of all.

Written by James Pennicott WCQ: European Championship 2013 Tags:


Madolche Mewfeuille summons, and her effect triggers to Special Summon a Madolche Card from hand – bringing Madolche Hootcake into play.

Madolche Hootcake then banishes a Monster Card from the Graveyard to Special Summon a Madolche Card from Deck – Madolche Messengelato, when Madolche Messengelato is Special Summoned adds a Madolche Spell or Trap Card from Deck to Hand.

As Madolche Mewfeuille and Madolche Hootcake are Level 3 and Madolche Messengelato is Level 4, you then use Madolche Mewfeuille and Madolche Hootcake to Xyz Summon M-X-Saber Invoker, whose effect allows him to detach a material to Special Summon a Level 4 EARTH Attribute Warrior-Type or Beast-Warrior-Type; Madolche Messengelato fits the criteria and is Special Summoned.

The two Madolche Messengelato are then used to Xyz Summon Madolche Queen Tiaramisu, whose effect targets up to two Madolche Cards in Graveyard and returns them to the Deck, returning the same amount of Cards on your opponent’s side of the field.

Against a Deck which has limited back-row this combo is very powerful, as there are only a few monsters whose abilities can trigger effectively under Madolche Queen Tiaramisu such as Elemental HERO Absolute Zero and Gear Gigant X.

Madolches are a swarm Deck, and recover from mass destruction very quickly. It’s very common for me to intentionally bait a Torrential Tribute or Mirror Force while Madolche Chateau is live, simply to activate Madolchepalooza to bring them back as if nothing had happened.

Madolche have trouble against larger swarming Decks such as Evilswarms, Harpies and Constellars simply due to their monsters having a larger ATK. A reasonable Trap Card line-up can solve this and allow the Deck to reach a point where they outlast and overwhelm the opponent.

In most circumstances Madolche have a slower than most early game, using Madolche Magileine and Madolche Ticket to recruit Madolche Monster Cards, and Madolche Messengelato to recruit Spell and Trap Cards. Once they reach a point where they can actively recycle their materials Madolche becomes very difficult to shut down.

Madolches are all quite small, so suffer under cards like Deck Devastation Virus and Mermail Abyssgaios whilst trying to achieve field presence.

Madolche Queen Tiaramisu is one of the strongest rank 4′s in the game, whose effect allows for recycling of Madolche Cards and has the added bonus of neither targeting nor destroying. This leads to her having very little trouble getting around Cards such as Safe Zone, Number 74: Master of Blades or Mermail Abysslinde.

Madolches are primarily about control; fending off the opponent in the early game while building up resources. As a result the Deck can use both Vanity's Emptiness and Fossil Dyna Pachycephalo to hold down the opponent whilst the recruiters build hand advantage. Surprised
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