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Exodia

 

Pros:

Automatic win when you get all 5 cards in your hand

There are many cards to create a good stall deck from

 

Cons:

Exodia is hard to find. They run for $30-40 each piece

There are too many cards to delay Exodia

 

Who uses Exodia: Yugi and Seeker

 

Every once in a while you will find a player with an Exodia deck. Nowadays there are so many cards to kill these types; Card Destruction, Cyber Jar, Morphing Jar #2, Trap Dustshoot, Disturbance Strategy, Time Seal… but there is one card that can turn the duel around when Exodia goes out the window…

Necross

Necross is usually your last shot when Exodia is sent to the graveyard. It is the ultimate monster. There is only one downfall to it: if one of the Exodia pieces is removed from your Graveyard, Necross is destroyed. Its effect is:

 

This card can only be Special Summoned by the effect of “Contract with Exodia”. This card is not destroyed as a result of battle at any time or by the effects of Spell or Trap Cards. During each of your Standby Phases, increase the ATK of this card by 500 points. This card is destroyed when you do not have all 5 of these cards in your Graveyard: “Exodia the Forbidden One”, “Right Arm of the Forbidden One”, “Left Arm of the Forbidden One”, “Right Leg of the Forbidden One”, “Left Leg of the Forbidden One”.

 

In the anime, each piece of Exodia in the Graveyard stands for a different effect:

 

Left Leg – Immunity to Destruction

Right Leg – Immunity to any Trap

Left Arm – Immunity to any Effects

Right Arm – Gains 1000 Points after Battle

Head – Immortality

 

Pros:

Can’t be destroyed by battle, effects, spells, or traps

Gains 500 ATK at each of your Standby Phases

A good back up plan for a failed Exodia summoning

You can summon it in face-up defense until it gains enough ATK

 

Cons:

Cards like Kycoo, Gravedigger Ghoul, etc…can screw it over

You still take Battle Damage if your opponent’s monster’s ATK is higher

 

Who uses Necross: Gozaburo Kaiba