Vanguard of the Dragon is a great UR card from the Card Trader. Using the effect of this monster, you can discard REBD from your hand whenever you want, and the monster gains additional 300 ATK.
Red-Eyes Insight is amazing in a REBD deck. With just this one card you can start a 3 card combo while also simultaneously milling up to 2 cards from your deck. The usual combo for this card is to send a high-leveled red-eyes monster from deck to graveyard, then add Red-Eyes Spirit to hand.
If you did not normal summon this turn you can remove Red-Eyes Wyvern in your graveyard from play to special summon another red-eyes monster in your graveyard.
If you have Red-Eyes Spirit, you can use it to revive a red-eyes monster for free, safest time to use this is during your opponent's end phase. And this card also combos very well with Red-Eyes Insight.
Enemy Controller is a very versatile card that is usually used for defense. But can also be used to take your opponent's monster and finish the duel with a direct attack. Or if used properly can counter effects like Relinquished or Gravekeeper's Oracle.
Last Gamble Can be used in your Main Phase, starting from the fifth turn. Upon activation, reduces your LP to 100 and discards 2 cards from your hand. You roll a die and draw that number of cards. This skill can only be used once per Duel.
yea there's never been a meta in this game until yesterday
A 8hour ago
just becuase a card is limited doesnt ruin the effect lmmfao. are people this stupid. it only means that you cant draw it as often as you would, the effect stays the same, if you draw those cards its still going to be powerful, you just wont draw into every single fucking game, which is broke by the way. fuck this 3 card max rule with ultra rares and super rares
Insight is too good to not play in 3s when the goal of the deck is to open with Red-Eyes and/or Vigilance as consistently as possible. That said, the decks presented can certainly be improved.
This is the deck I've taken to Legend 3 this season, (thwarted at KoG rank up game!) I solve the problem with Jar of Avarice, but I've also seen people play Ultimate Providence
Insight ain't even in the game so that's a wasted SR ticket for me, are they gonna refund us?
Why do they even call these decks red eyes or blue eyes decks. They're all just champions vigilance decks. It's just whatever CV support cards let you ply it the fastest and easiest. The card is so op that if u have 2 set at once it's impossible to lose.
By that logic, meta decks are all just variants of ECon, Super Rush Headlong, Mirror Wall, OTC, etc. decks; whatever engine lets you "abuse" them most effectively. You have to use these cards in every deck, so referring to any one as a "Champion's Vigilance deck" doesn't really make sense. Well, of course it uses staples, but what engine makes the staples work? That is the question.
But CV is only useful when you summon your REBD, and the other 12 cards are there to help you summon REBD, not CV. Plus CV is not a monster, so you can destroy as many spell/trap cards you can but you wont win if you dont deal damage