Noble Knight: deck recipe [May Updated]

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Noble Knight monsters usually have the own set of useful effects, but this build will include the most relevant Noble Knight monsters to be used in conjunction with their Noble Arms Spells. The fastest combo is to Normal Summon Noble Knight Medraut, equip it with any Noble Arms, and Special Summon Noble Knight Drystan to the Field in Defense mode. This deck has options to either obtain Noble Arms - Arfeudutyr to allow your Noble Knight monsters to destroy set cards, or to get Noble Arms of Destiny for protection. The main strength of this deck is to utilize Noble Knight Drystan’s effect to destroy any face-up card, when it is equipped with any Noble Arms equip Spell.

Example Deck

New Version

Noble Knight MedrautNoble Knight MedrautNoble Knight MedrautNoble Knight BorzNoble Knight BorzNoble Knight Borz
Noble Knight DrystanNoble Knight DrystanNoble Knight BrothersGwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble ArmsGwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble ArmsGwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms
Glory of the Noble KnightsGlory of the Noble KnightsGlory of the Noble KnightsNoble Arms of DestinyNoble Arms of DestinyNoble Arms - Gallatin
Forbidden ChaliceTreacherous Trap Hole--------
[Skill] descriptionUser
The Tie that Binds
Until the end of you turn, the ATK of all face-up monsters on your field increases by the number of monsters on your field times 100. This skill can only be used once per turn.
Jesse Anderson
Jesse Anderson

Balance Version

Noble Knight MedrautNoble Knight MedrautNoble Knight MedrautNoble Knight DrystanNoble Knight DrystanNoble Knight Drystan
Glory of the Noble KnightsGlory of the Noble KnightsGlory of the Noble KnightsNoble Arms of DestinyNoble Arms of DestinyNoble Arms - Arfeudutyr
Noble Arms - ArfeudutyrNoble Arms - GallatinPaleozoic CanadiaPaleozoic CanadiaPaleozoic CanadiaUending Nightmare
Uending NightmareUending Nightmare--------
[Skill] descriptionUser
Your starting hand will reflect the card balance of your deck. This Skill will not activate unless you have at least 6 of each type of card (Monster, Spell, and Trap) in your Deck.
Akiza Izinski
Akiza Izinski

How to Use [New Version]

Noble Knight Borz

Equip Noble Knight Borz with a “Noble Arms” Equip Spell Card in order to be able to activate its effect. During your Main Phase, Noble Knight Borz allows you to reveal 3 “Noble Arms” cards from your Deck, have your opponent randomly add 1 of them to your hand while the rest are sent to the Graveyard.

You can reveal 3 copies of Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms via Noble Knight Borz’s effect and then equip Gwenhwyfar from the Graveyard to a “Noble Knight” monster you control.

Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms

You can equip Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms to a “Noble Knight” monster you control from your hand or Graveyard, which means that, even if it is destroyed, you will still have it available. You can use Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms to enable the effects of your “Noble Knight” monsters more consistently, since, unlike Noble Arms - Gallatin, Noble Arms of Destiny and Glory of the Noble Knights, it cannot be negated by Legendary Six Samurai - Shi En.

Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms will increase the ATK of the monster it’s equipped to by 300. Additionally, if it’s equipped to a LIGHT monster (Noble Knight Drystan), Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms will allow you to prevent it from being destroyed by battle or card effect by destroying Gwenhwyfar instead and, if it’s a DARK monster (Noble Knight Medraut and Noble Knight Borz), at the start of the Damage Step, you will be able to destroy a monster that battles with the equipped monster and then destroy Gwenhwyfar.

Noble Knight Brothers

When it’s Normal Summoned, Noble Knight Brothers allows you to Special Summon up to 2 “Noble Knight” monsters from your hand. Since the space on the field is quite limited, you are not going to be using this effect that often. Keep in mind that, if you use Noble Knight Brothers’ effect to Special Summon Noble Knight Medraut from your hand, you will not be able to activate the latter’s effect and Special Summon Noble Knight Drystan or Borz from your Deck.

Once per turn, Noble Knight Brothers allow you to shuffle back into the Deck 3 “Noble Knight” and/or “Noble Arms” cards in your Graveyard and then draw 1 card.

You can shuffle any “Noble Arms” Equip Spell in your Graveyard back into your Deck, draw 1 card and then use Glory of the Noble Knights to equip it to a “Noble Knight” monster you control or use Noble Knight Brothers’ effect to return all copies of Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms to your Deck, draw 1 card and then activate Noble Knight Borz’s to add 1 copy of Gwenhwyfar to your hand and send the others to the Graveyard.

You can also use Noble Knight Brothers’ effect to return Noble Knight Drystan or Borz to your Deck and then Special Summon them via Noble Knight Medraut’s effect.

How to Use

Noble Knight Medraut & Noble Knight Drystan

This deck allows you to manipulate your starting hand in such a way that, you will most likely open with either Noble Knight Medraut or Noble Knight Drystan. If you have Noble Knight Medraut, you can Normal Summon Noble Knight Medraut and equip it with any Noble Arms spell, and Special Summon Noble Knight Drystan from your Deck in DEF mode. If you have Noble Knight Drystan in your Hand, simply Normal Summon him to the Field. The goal is to have Noble Knight Drystan on the Field as soon as possible.

Glory of the Noble Knights & Double Cyclone

Both of these cards are Quick-Play Spells, which means you can either use them on your turn or set them to be used during your opponent’s turn. This gives your Noble Knight Drystan great advantage because you can equip Noble Arms to him during your opponent’s turn to destroy your opponent’s card. However, bear in mind you can only use Noble Knight Drystan’s effect once during either player’s turn.

Noble Arms

In order to use Noble Arms’ effects efficiently, you have to understand what each of them does, and which are more suitable to be used in which situation. All Noble Arms have the effects of re-equipping themselves to any Noble Knight monster you choose, when they were destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, in other words, you can keep destroying them with card effects and they will still be re-equipped as long as there are Noble Knight monsters. You can only control 1 of each Noble Arms on the Field. Generally Noble Arms of Destiny is the most used because of its ability to protect your Noble Knight from being destroyed by battle or card effects, for 1 time. You can use Noble Arms - Arfeudutyr if your opponent plays backrow heavy decks, however the ATK loss is permanent even if you remove Noble Arms - Arfeudutyr from your Field. Noble Arms - Caliburn is a general ATK boost and Healing card, Noble Arms - Gallatin provides powerful ATK boost but you will have to end the duel fast to avoid too much ATK losses each turn.

Additional Notes

Noble Knight Bedwyr

This card has a good effect to send any Noble Arms card from your Deck to the Graveyard. This effect works well with Swords of Dawn, however it does not fit well in this deck as the search engine uses Glory of the Noble Knights.


[Skill] descriptionUser
Your starting hand will reflect the card balance of your deck. This Skill will not activate unless you have at least 6 of each type of card (Monster, Spell, and Trap) in your Deck.
Akiza Izinski
Akiza Izinski

Balance is the best skill to be used in this deck because you will have a high chance to have 1 Noble Knight monster and 3 Spell cards in your starting hand.

Additional Staple Tech

Since Noble Knight decks generally does not have strong draw power, it relies mostly on protection tech cards in conjunction with their Noble Arms’ effects, to steadily destroy their opponent’s cards and monsters. You can consider using Enemy Controller or Super Rush Headlong as additional protection.

Other Useful Cards

Enemy Controller
Enemy Controller

Super Rush Headlong
Super Rush Headlong

Wall of Disruption
Wall of Disruption
Additional protection tech card


Hot New Top
Bad Ass
Noble Knight to avoid canadia floodgates and Econ take if you go second destroys spell and trap before summon a monster storm or expensive card ur/Sr for storm discard a card or field spell as long 1 monster and 1 equip card all you need
<< Anonymous(Bad Ass )
Anonymous Reply
they still have their moments, but it is just too inconsistent and gimmicky.
canadia is just too good.
and if they run samurais, negating your equips hurts a lot too.
<< Anonymous(Bad Ass )
Waffleyumboy Reply
"Inconsistent" xD. Actually try out the most relevant version of the deck and you might win some duels for once scrub
<< Anonymous(Waffleyumboy)
Anonymous Reply
I put forbidden chalice in my deck always stops six sams
As I said, new combos, new ways to create consistensy could be thinked. Its is real that this deck lose when:
Negate spells.
Treacherus (when special)
Remove effects.
And when only have mosters or spells...


This Arquetipe can, get you to leyend easy.
And give you easy wins to.
Almost no one knows their effects.
You have almost endless combos.
Youll almost never get a mirror match.
Yet: Is too dificult get KOG with this deck only, you have to get very lucky and alternate with other tier to dont lose to much rounds at once., cause it bricks a lot.

If you are fan as me, please find me in room 7 (chat) as NKnigth. (spanish talk)

<< Anonymous(NKnigth)
AJ Reply
Hi NKnight,
I love Noble Knights, honestly the most fun and deck at present with so much variety and so many plays to disrupt your opponent!
I get to KOG pretty consistently, even though it takes time.
Noble Knights is in my opinion a good anti-meta deck, since it can respond effectively to Desperado, CyberDarks, Neos, AG, Six Sam and many more threatening decks the same - with Sealed Tombs!
<< Anonymous(AJ)
NKnight Reply
Yeah man!, you are right!
And is the most FUN deck over all for me too.
<< Anonymous(AJ)
NKnight Reply
And why not?, please share us your build.
I think an upgrade could be great.
New combos can be created, or used. With silent warrior, or could be used beatdown, as almost all get a 5 level. Ligth dark skill, o restok.
Using bwir and drystan. Or grass grener to get sincro easy or get loundslyn, or get gwen easy.
I made a new acuont and built a noble knights deck with red eyes b dragon and its fusion spell and monster and only lost 1duel against st a not when I didn't draw a monster
Soooooo anyone using the Borz combo in conjunction with Leo’s Equipment Restock or Equipment Exchange? It works really well.
Any possibility for running noble knights with grass looks greener ?
<< Anonymous(tbc)
Anonymous No. 2 Reply
The risk of not having Medraut or Drystan in your opening hand is too great, and without them you are an easy target.
Played like this, if you go first, you pretty much win. If you go second, you still pretty much win if your opponent doesn't flip or treacherous your monster(s) on summon.
<< Anonymous(Anonymous No. 2)
Waffleyumboy Reply
tth sucks against nk
Friendly Doragōn
What?... I forgot to share my deck here lol,
Witness my insane skills xD ! (an my crazy luck!) as I reached DLV MAX within 2 hours back in 1st stage.

Hope you like it !^^

<< Anonymous(Friendly Doragōn)
T-Dog Reply
lolz dats cool
<< Anonymous(Friendly Doragōn)
Very nice. Reply
interesting, it seems collected power is not that bad after all, it helps u to switch weapons if u dont have tornados.
<< Anonymous(Friendly Doragōn)
Anonymous Reply
old but nice
I never liked Noble Knights and I never will. That being said I do adore Isolde, Two Tales of the Noble Knights link card.
<< Anonymous(But wait )
Anonymous Reply
The Guardragons feels like they're going to be the next 🔥 too.

Sometimes I seriously don't know what is Konami expecting to happen....
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
I hate Guardragons. 9/10 they'll end up with 4-5 monsters on the field and negating everything like no tomorrow
<< Anonymous
So? Reply
You liking the new support mr. I hate Noble knights? :3
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Everyone and their mum is running 2-3 Canadia, which makes this deck trash.
<< Anonymous(Option)
Anonymous Reply
It doesn't shine against Amazon. Arfeudutyr can only destroy one card a turn and weakens your monster, plus most traps in a typical amazon deck can activate in response to it, like Canadia, Onslaught and Willpower. You can't recover of your Drystan is flipped face down and you lose the equip spell, whereas Amazons can easily recover a destroyed monster or Onslaught. You get outresourced and lose.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Amazoness is dead. You can play around canadia... If you chain gotnk to canadia onto your drystan you still get the destruction effect. If you have a drystan and summon medraut they can't target medraut. Ppl will misplay with canadia,tth, econ because drytan's protection. Once you get 2 monsters it doesn't matter that much cause you can bounce the equips.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Unless your opponent doesn't know what he's doing, people will always canadia/floodgate any noble knight you normal summon which means you are going to lose that 1 monster that you get from balance. After that you need to topdeck a monster, which is not easy on a deck that only run 6 monsters.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
You can equip arfeudutyr to Amazon monsters pop their own card and reduce opponents monster att then summon bruh
I have 2 wild tornadoes and two walls of disruption. Other useful cards i can put in my post-nerf deck to have 6 traps? And i have another question: trap cards that are equipped on monsters like metalmorph, kunai with chain etc... will trigger noble knights effects?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
You don't want traps that have strict activation conditions because they clog your backrow and then you can't use glory. Try stuff like collected power and typhoon to activate Drystan.
<< Anonymous
DrillDude Reply
What do you guys think about floodgate or paleo canadia?
As a defensive cards and to use with arfeudutyr effect

Just to add, about collected power, I believe we can target opponent monster also and as long as it is a non-warrior, thus the noble arms will be destroyed and can be re-equipped to drystan to trigger it's effect.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Floodgate. Canadia, Interdimensional Matter transporter (to banish a NK, destroy the equip and re-equip on Drystan). Do not usemetalmorph, kunai or any traps like thoose (they don't trigger NK effects).
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Lowkey, glory to the noble knights only works on noble knights but it doesn't only work with noble arms. Go off king.
This deck can set up strong boards but gets shutdown too easily by floodgate, Canadia and econ take. The most popular builds are balance which only have 6 monsters, once you lose the first you have a very hard time recovering and straight up lose if you don't draw another.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Floodgate isnt that strong against noble knights. You can still use their effect in a chain before they are flipped facedown.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
It wouldnt be right if you could recover easily from it as the deck would be unbeatable otherwise.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
It wouldnt be right if you could recover easily from it as the deck would be unbeatable otherwise.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
If your opponent knows KN better then you then you lose to these cards otherwise you don't. Drystan's protection from targeting is really underrated.
Advice please
Which decks can counter noble knights?

Seems that deck has close to no counterplay to it.

With balance they always have a great opener hand.
They can destroy the most cards each turn and can do it most consistent of all decks.

Noble knights need to be destroyed multple times, but how can you get the cards for that if they wipe your field in your turn and their turn?

Seems you need to draw some perfect opener hand and theirs has to be the worse possible balance opener hand and otherwise you lose.

If i am wrong please share which decks can deal with noble knight and how,
apart from a spellbook who starts first.
<< Anonymous(Advice please)
Anonymous Reply
Nobody replies because there is no true counter?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
magic deflector and cosmic cyclone.
or deck that use heavy backrows.
burn / stall is the natural counter even that massivemorph now at 1. (you need to patient and use arf, swing means you lose to wod, didnt swing means you get golem)

parasite infestation too, if you dont have oops or monster removal except drystan effect on your deck, then you cant use your equip until your next duel.
<< Anonymous(Advice please)
Anonymous Reply
Maybe horus or silent mgcian deck, bcause noble depending on spells
<< Anonymous(Advice please)
Anonymous Reply
dna surgery can be troublesome so busterblader but drystan can destroy it before it resolves and you play wild tornadoes or even typhoons. And tbh spellbooks matchup depends most on which player goes first. I feel like with bujins if they get hare in the gy and keep recycling and get a big field. But KN can lowkey stall really well with destiny.

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