When Playing this deck, your goal is to get as much Reptile-type monsters in your field and graveyard as possible so that you can summon Evil Dragon Ananta with huge stats. Draw Sense: High Level ensures you draw Evil Dragon Ananta when your life points are lowered by at least 1500 points.
Use cards to get reptile monsters out of your deck.
It was intentional to fill your deck with all WATER attribute Reptile-type monsters so that you can easily make use of Skreech's effect. When Skreech is destroyed you can mill 2 WATER monsters from your deck, prioritize sending Don Turtle as he is the least useful among your WATER Reptiles.
Snake Whistle Special summons a Level 4 or lower Reptile-type monster from your deck after a Reptile-type monster on your field was destroyed. Best use would to bring out another Skreech after the one on your field was destroyed, this combo mills up to 5 cards from your deck.
WATER attribute Reptile monsters were chosen because they can be easily milled out with Skreech, which is also a WATER Reptile monster.
Gale Lizard returns a monster on your opponent's field back to thier hand when it is flipped face-up. This becomes more dreadful if you return something strong and/or difficult to summon back to your opponent's hand.
Your boss monster for this deck, Evil Dragon Ananta can reach insanely high attack and defense stats with enough reptiles in your field and graveyard. Additionally, he has a card removal effect that automatically destroys a card during every one of your end phases, use this to clear your opponent's backrow allowing you to attack safely. Although this effect is not optional and requires that a card on the field is destroyed. make sure to summon or set a card on the field as a backup, so that Evil Dragon Ananta does not destroy himself.
It's really only bricky when you get like 2 or 3 Anantas in your opening hand without a single reptile fodder. But then that's why restart is a good skill here. The moment you were able to summon your first ananta, the 2nd and 3rd anantas will always have fodder as they can use the previous ananta.
And what happens when you dump all of your resources and your opponent uses just about any spell or trap to destroy your Ananta? This deck doesn't appear to have any kind of answer for back row.
I've been playing reptiles a bit, and I've noticed that Ananta is a great panic button, but I wouldn't base my entire strategy on it. Play a well rounded reptile beatdown deck with one Ananta, maybe two, as a backup plan, and you should do better overall.
Also, having a weak Ananta with a Molting Escape on it is much safer than blowing your load on a giant Ananta that's just begging for an econ take. I've won games with a 600 ATK/DEF Ananta because my opponent just couldn't summon monsters fast enough to kill it twice in one turn, without leaving themselves vulnerable to a pair of Gagagigo.
This definitely. I summon my Ananta as soon as possible (most times as 600 atk/def mon) and protect it with backrow. And I agree that Molting Escape is a great card here. I used to run 2 but replaced one when I got SRH but it's a great protection for Ananta as long as you keep popping every monster the opponent summons each turn.
yeah what i do is to fusion worm zero (discard all reptiles to graveyard from hand and still can revive them to field) then in worm zero is destroyed my last resort is anantana, btw the deck posted here was obviously untested, since snake whistle dont work like that.
That’s the way it should be play. It’s a control deck. Noobs summon it with high stats late into the game when your opponent has board advantage. You want to summon it as early as you can, protect it and destroy your opponents resources.
I'm a huge Ananta/worm player and i can assured you nay-sayers that Ananta deck are very competitive; i'm KOG using 3 copies of ananta. the trick to ananta is to get rid of only 1 of your worms and triggering the effect.
people who have job have family and know where to spend the money. most of kids who play this game just steal credit card of their mother anyway. problem with this deck is Echoes of Silence and Chaotic Compliance are shitty boxes and no one is goin to open them as f2p to get some fun deck working. even spending 100 usd in this game will get you nowhere because deals are so shitty, is waste of mone
You know who else's mother is dead? :) -patpat- Yugi. In the anime at least -shrug!- Cheer up mister!
Ananta currently loses its atk points when Riryoku resolves. That, coupled with snake whistle not working, make this deck an unstable mess. Until the devs fix their shit don't even bother with an Ananta deck.
the riryoku ananta thing is working properly don't about stuff you don't understand
thank you auto duel
Anyone notice 3 to 4 weeks ago and still today that snake whistle will not work at all. I guess it's a bug that they still haven't fixed. I tried the stack and it has potential but...wtf snake whistle would be key
Has nothing do having a job, Haitham right its a marketing ploy for itchy impulse ppl always buying there way into a game, just not the same for casual players. sorry I might spend a $1 or two maybe once a year on a game. but imagine spending money every week on every game you own, thats all about micro transactions. hmmm Destiny, Dokkan, NBA VC, Sharkcards, etc....?? and i live in SF so don't get me started about expenses, not everyone have money to throw away bro.