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Revision as of 11:54, December 22, 2014

Exploiting the effect of Mad Romanoff, the Wicked God early in early game to break all of your opponent's shields to win in an Instant One-Shot Kill combo is the core strategy of this deck. It was preferably abbreviated as "M Romanoff" or "M (Mad)".

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After early field expansion by small creatures, casting Ghastly Drain and following up with Miraculous Meltdown or Magic Shot - Better Tomorrow to break all of your opponent's shields are two of the main patterns of this deck.




Candidate Cards
Main Cards Reason
Mad Romanoff, the Wicked God Key Card
Miraculous Meltdown Key Spell
Ghastly Drain Key Spell and hand advantage
Magic shot - Better Tomorrow Finisher spell
Gabriella, Holy Princess Helps filling the gap after casting Ghastly Drain

Recommended Cards

Reason

Ochappi, Pure Hearted Faeire Good working with Ghastly Drain
Jenny, the Dismantling Puppet

Limiting opponent's hand

Earth Eternity Gate Mana as a resource
Dandy Eggplant

Can assemble combo cards and works with Ochappi

Logic Cube Deck Search
Falconer, Lightfang Ninja Helps filling the gap after casting Ghastly Drain
Bubble Trap Removal with Shield Recovery

Ninja Typhoon

2 Cost hand exchange
Bronze Arm Tribe If there is no Ochappi in hand
Kodamanma, Gil Gil Puppet Cost 2 Hand Replenishment
Sanctuary of the Mother Get M Roma from Mana


















About the Deck

Considering Miraculous Meltdown is in hand then the deck can win the game in at most 4 turns. Since Mad Romanoff's average power is 3000, the deck is itself somewhat susceptible to Shinobis. If the deck's beatdown does not succeed then it is quite easily beat-back, often comfortably. Also, if the One-Shot does not work then the mana loss thanks to 'M' is disadvantageous to the player and hence adjustments are also important.

After DM-37 was released, with the coming of Fuuma Goronshack "Blue M Romanoff" decks running Water as a draw source also appeared.

WIth the Premium Hall of Fame Amendment of March 15, 2012 this decktype was officially put out.






Deck Types
Beatdown
RushBeatdown
Control
Removal controlCreature controlHyperspatial Control
Heaven's GateMana burn5-color deckTurboLockLoop
Combo
For No CostReanimateInstant DeathOne Shot Kill
TriggerMadnessOther Combo decks
Other Deck Types
Race deckEvolutionGodFull CreatureNon Creature
Mono-LightMono-WaterMono-DarknessMono-FireMono-Nature
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