The GameA Tier List is primarily based on King of Games decks submitted by users.
Decks in Tier 1 and 2 are ones that are known to have achieved good success against other decks/players.
Meta decks are decks that are often commonly used by players in PvP. Meta decks will often change depending on newer cards or strategies, so we will keep updating this page often to keep everyone informed of newer decks.
Tier 0 decks are decks that completely dominate a meta and you either play the same deck or a deck that completely counters it (but loses to almost any other deck).
No deck can currently be classified as Tier 0
These decks are very well rounded. They have ways to deal with almost every deck and have very few weaknesses themselves.
Tier 2 decks have a bit more weaknesses than tier 1 decks but your opponent needs to draw them early on.
Fortune Lady Synchro
The increased consistency granted by the new Skill Light and Dark, which pretty much doubles the chances of having a Silent Magician in the opening hand, Silent Magician’s ability to negate the activation of Spell Cards like Neos Fusion and Red-Eyes Fusion and Spellbook of Fate still being an incredibly powerful card are all factors that certainly contributed to the return of this deck. Silent Spellbook is now more relevant and, thanks to the WCS 2019 Support Campaign’s UR Dream Ticket, more accessible.
These decks are very strong but have either one big, or a lot of weaknesses.
After A Trick Up the Sleeve was changed, Blue-Eyes Cosmo Brain lost its incredible consistency together with its competitive viability, but the introduction of The White Stone of Ancients has brought this deck back to life. Snipe Hunter can enable quick OTKs on Turn 2, Dawn Knight can send The White Stone of Ancients to the Graveyard directly from the Deck and Beatdown! allows you to overwhelm pretty much any opponent.
Metaphys Daedalus’s ability to banish all other face-up Special Summoned monsters on the field and Metaphys Tyrant Dragon’s immunity to Trap Cards make Metaphys a quite powerful deck that can easily stand up to Tier 1 and Tier 2 decks like Six Samurai and Blue-Eyes. Consistency is pretty good, but, even with Metaphys Dimension, the deck lacks ways of interacting with the opponent during their turn.
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The guy is right all the talented people like Kojima and David Hayter have long left since you don't need any brain to run a pachinko machine empire but now that those are nerfed all konami can do is suck a cheesy pickle :D