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KC Cup: 2nd Stage [Nov 2018]

Duel Links KC CUP Nov decks, the top meta of Duel Links in August 2018.
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KC Cup Nov 2018 2nd Stage
2nd Stage

Updated Information

  • 馬來西亞之光 (Top 10 Player in Asia/Middle East/Africa Zone) Decklist Added

Overview

Stage 2 of the KC Cup will start on November 23th. Shared decks are credited to the people who made/used them. If you like their decks, don't forget to check their reddit/twitter/youtube accounts!

2nd Stage Duration24 Nov 13:00 - 26 Nov 12:59

Regions

AlphabetRegion
ANorth America
BLatin America/Caribbean
CEurope
DJapan
EKorea/Taiwan/Oceania
FAsia/Middle East/Africa

KC CUP November 2018 Stage 2 Ranking

Global Ranking

RankIGNDuelist Point
1しもん@悪ふざけ/DD99,102
2siU@NEO66,107
3fghhyh@3冠達成64,243
4DD限界TsunTsun63,967
5[Ж]- Kenji63,264
6くらき63,209
7かにかぶと@tier163,050
8なー@闇団62,200
9Oつしい@バギー海賊団62,112
10マジツクリー58,505
~100[FNX] Erik46,878
~1,000RydeRzz YT28,011
~2,000하악차늬21,476
~5,000AzureKnight15,270
~10,000Lord Shur10,780
~20,000ZEERO6,427
~30,000スズキん4,309

North America

RankIGNDuelist Point
1[RNG] Shaowz51,944
2FM Eduu1649,312
3superforms47,093
4[B&P] Gift47,052
5Masha44,572
6[FO] SC0643,742
7Drizzy Drake43,154
8Victor Li43,038
9saberdark39,502
10Tnobes9939,482
~100FlipDinero.24,578
~500Lucifer15,024

Latin America/Caribbean

RankIGNDuelist Point
1[Ж]- Kenji63,264
2skillShot52,887
3[M'sG]Roni50,943
4WhitehawKb49,259
5[Ж]- RenatoV47,849
6Balck Cat47,021
7[FNX] Erik46,878
8Maxy97 GK45,747
9F.G Katsuro45,610
10darkcross44,324
~100Dgayed28,666
~500Semper Fi20,175

Europe

RankIGNDuelist Point
1[B&P]Grucius55,305
2B&P Snyffus54,627
3dacloyeous51,541
4Φ Belban Φ50,569
5YamiMiah48,882
6Sow48,211
7Psych0P47,635
8cris747,383
9yugiorik46,514
10Masarike45,752
~100dgzo25,329
~500Syso14,184

Japan

RankIGNDuelist Point
1しもん@悪ふざけ/DD99,102
2siU@NEO66,107
3fghhyh@3冠達成64,243
4DD限界TsunTsun63,967
5くらき63,209
6かにかぶと@tier163,050
7なー@闇団62,200
8Oつしい@バギー海賊団62,112
9マジツクリー58,505
10一時変更55,986
~100闇杏子42,197
~500Yaki28,775

Korea/Taiwan/Oceania

RankIGNDuelist Point
1우주촤강49,821
2Sensei. GaOV49,395
3사실상Sasilsang49,340
4파랑달48,719
5엣 날47,902
6[SEM]橫山博一47,072
7[SEM]Mortal46,111
8강박245,842
9KiryuRyo41,131
10DLTW | 祐40,448
~100ShOwTiMe24,441
~500陣轔轔12,707

Asia/Middle East/Africa

RankIGNDuelist Point
1旅法sama50,322
2RedY50,254
3Serenade48,023
4《S》Rivan46,870
5Avice42,533
6《S》zeizen41,926
7Nasser28941,131
8[SEm]歐洲沙皮40,588
9Mr. Zero39,611
10馬來西亞之光39,466
~100Vn-Bamboo7725,250
~500Ferret15,432

Rewards

  • Players placed in Top 500 in the 2nd Stage Ranking will receive a seat in the next Duel Links World Championship Regional Representive Qualifier!
  • The 1st place player in the 2nd Stage Global Ranking will receive an invitation to the Duel Links World Championship!

2nd Stage Ranking Rewards

Card Rewards

Note: : The UR & SR rewards are almost same with previous KC Cup rewards, but there are some new cards updated. Here is the list:

2nd Stage Shared Decks

Email to GameA

At the end of the KC Cup 2nd stage, please send us decks you use, your region, and Duel Points you earn. Send us an e-mail at gametaro39@gmail.com with the image of your deck and proof of reaching KoG along with how it works! The title of your email must be KOG deck (KC Cup).

Togametaro39@gmail.com
Subject (Title)KOG deck (KC CUP)
Body (Text)
  • Your IGN
  • A small note to show how to use your deck or how you reach KOG (if necessary)
Attach Files
  • a screenshot of a deck you used to reach KOG
  • a screenshot of KOG proof

Required Info/screenshot

Send us screenshots of your deck which is used to get through the 2nd stage of the KC Cup and the proof.

Number of users per deck

DeckCount
Amazoness2
Anti-Meta3
Batteryman1
Bujin1
Buster Blader DNA3
Gemini1
Masked HERO1
Silent Magician1
Spellbook3
Vampire6

North America

Masha

IGNMasha
Set SkillSealed Tombs (Vampire)
RegionNorth America
Rank5 (Regional Rank), 118 (Global Rank)
Win Rate-
Duel Points44,572
Cumulative Wins-

Ruxin34

IGNRuxin34
Set SkillBalance (Buster Blader DNA)
RegionNorth America
Rank1243 (Global Rank)
Win Rate56% (94 victories, 166 duels)
Duel Points25,328
Cumulative Wins13

Latin America/Caribbean

Other Latin America/Caribbean Players

IGNDeck UsedDuelist PointRank
Pduque13Balance (Masked HERO)5,20225,233

Europe

Other Europe Players

IGNDeck UsedDuelist PointRank
Dr.AgonMy Name is Yubel (Yubel)3,154--

Japan

しもん@悪ふざけ/DD

IGNしもん@悪ふざけ/DD
Set SkillSealed Tombs (Anti-Meta)
RegionJapan
Rank1 (Regional Rank), 1 (Global Rank)
Win Rate64% (288 victories, 445 duels)
Duel Points99,102
Cumulative Wins-

siU@Neo

IGNsiU@Neo
Set SkillShow of Nightmares (Spellbook)
Bandit (Vampire)
RegionJapan
Rank2 (Regional Rank), 2 (Global Rank)
Win Rate58% (341 victories, 579 duels)
Duel Points66,107
Cumulative Wins-

fghhyh@3冠達成

IGNfghhyh@3冠達成
Set SkillSealed Tombs (Silent Magician)
Last Gamble (Buster Blader DNA)
RegionJapan
Rank3 (Regional Rank), 3 (Global Rank)
Win Rate62% (183 victories, 293 duels)
Duel Points64,243
Cumulative Wins10

DD限界一閃TsunTsun

IGNDD限界一閃TsunTsun
Set SkillRestart (Bujin)
Posthumous Army (Vampire)
RegionJapan
Rank4 (Regional Rank), 4 (Global Rank)
Win Rate-
Duel Points63,967
Cumulative Wins-

くらき

IGNくらき
Set SkillSealed Tombs (Vampire)
RegionJapan
Rank5 (Regional Rank), 6 (Global Rank)
Win Rate61% (192 victories, 313 duels)
Duel Points63,209
Cumulative Wins15

かにかぶと@tier1

IGNかにかぶと@tier1
Set SkillLast Gamble (Buster Blader DNA)
RegionJapan
Rank6 (Regional Rank), 7 (Global Rank)
Win Rate-
Duel Points63,050
Cumulative Wins-

なー@闇団

Comments

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CyberDragon Zwei 8days ago
1st global deck might be expensive, but THE REAL MERIT is in building such deck. I mean, DLM, YTDAN, gunsblazing, they all create tons of decks; some of them are expensive but some others are not, but none of them came up with such idea.

I mean, Chow Len, The Prophet?
24 cards?

Deck is somehow basic with no special summons, but it actually looks like every single starting hand is pretty decent and has a lot of survival potential.
<< Anonymous(CyberDragon Zwei)
wow 8days ago Reply
Interesting how there is no Masked Hero deck listed here. I thought such deck was the absolute best...
<< Anonymous(wow)
Anonymous 7days ago Reply
It's just that no Anki player reported their deck here.

Anki is actually in the top 10 or even top 5 of the most used monsters in November KC Cup, even in Stage 2.
<< Anonymous(CyberDragon Zwei)
Anonymous 4days ago Reply
U.A still wrecks them, too bad cyber style was nerfed.
Anonymous 12days ago
Finally the best deck is what Konami expect : super P2W deck Silent Control. SM negates spell, Breaker destroys backrow, LVL8 destroys Blue Eyes, multiple Canadia and Widespread seal the victory
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 11days ago Reply
20 URs in one deck
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 10days ago Reply
did not expect less from that cancer company
"balanced" they says
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 9days ago Reply
^ Your comment just made my day XD
Anonymous 9days ago
how can i see my duel points?
Anonymous 10days ago
That banish control deck really surprised me, it's really effective for a tier 3 deck man !
Anonymous 10days ago
that one guy named dgayed lol
Cloud07 13days ago
Congratulations to Snyffus ! the guy is quite an awesome player ! RESPECT !
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
RESPECT
<< Anonymous(RESPECT !)
:-) 12days ago Reply
Must admit the name is somehow charismatic as well lolz
<< Anonymous(:-))
BlueKid 11days ago Reply
Congrats to Snyffus and to all the DLM crew as well, they have their top ranks well deserved.
<< Anonymous(Cloud07)
Anonymous 10days ago Reply
Here's a trivia: Snyffus is actually the name of a Yugioh monster.

https://yugipedia.com/wiki/Snyffus
Evil Rick 12days ago
I didn't got that far, but this time I managed to reach the Dlv Max.

So yeah, we're doing better.

:)
Anonymous 13days ago
Japan are competitive AF
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
But dude, they are the ones who invented Yugioh. LOL
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
n.n
Anonymous 12days ago
463 duels whith slow deck (SB)?
This guy has no life, at least during KC.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
Well, no, some opponents most likely just immediately give up when they see that they are playing against Spellbooks.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
This, really. SB turns take ages to end and kinda defeats the purpose of Speed Dueling.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 12days ago Reply
lol,then I use a fake spellbook deck, then I wait for surrender
Anonymous 12days ago
This event literally boils down to having more time on your hands than others. Give me some crack and I can reach #1 :D
Anonymous 12days ago
When are we getting the rewards for participating?
Anonymous 12days ago
33600, see you later boys

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