Negates monster effects during the turn it is summoned, which prevents your opponent's monsters from using their floating effects. This hurts meta cards such as Desperado Barrel Dragon and Secret Six Samurai - Fuma. This will also prevent Fortune Lady Every from reviving during your End Phase. Being a Spirit monster, Amano-Iwato returns to your hand during your End Phase allowing you to keep reusing his effect.
Summon Fusilier Dragon, the Dual-Mode Beast without any tribute. Then use World Legacy Clash to temporarily banish him and debuff your opponent's monster by 2800 attack points. When Fusilier Dragon comes back he will come back in full power. With just this combo you can disrupt your opponent's play while simultaneously strengthening your field presence. During the next turn use Concentrating Current on Fusilier Dragon for a possible OTK.
You can use Beast King Barbaros in place of Fusilier Dragon but Fusilier Dragon is a better target for Concentrating Current.
Xing Zhen Hu is one of the few cards that perform their best during the first turn. The best time to use it is during the End Phase of the turn your opponent sets their backrow so they will not be able to activate the targeted cards in response.
Rebirth of Parshath can negate any effect activated by your opponent making it great for disrupting their plays. Additionally you get to summon a big monster to your field. Avenging Knight Parshath is just an average beater but being summoned with such ease increases his value. You must have a Counter Trap in your hand to activate Rebirth of Parshath.
Anonymous 22days ago
I've noticed this deck is a bit more popular now. But it seems like it also was for a while not too long ago and then it sort of disappeared until recently. Is there a reason why it got popular again? I don't usually have a problem against this deck, but I was curious and I've been thinking of possibly trying it myself since I have been getting the cards off of tickets lately. Does anyone know anything about what made it get better or whatever?