Using Kaibaman, you can special summon Blue-Eyes very easily without using monsters for tribute summon. Part of what makes this card good is because it can be obtain from the card trader instead of packs, making it easy to obtain and having more than 1 copy, as well as special summoning a high attack monster compared to Black Dragon's Chick.
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.
What makes this deck strong is using BEWD together with Champion's Vigilance. With just 3 cards, you can summon a high attack monster that can prevent your opponent from summoning monsters, or negate a spell/trap card to prevent their plays.
Starting the duel
Early in the duel, you can either summon BEWD right away with Champion's Vigilance if you have them, or set a Blue Dragon Summoner to get a BEWD. Once you manage to get BEWD and champion's vigilance, you can regain board control by preventing your opponent from summoning so you can direct attack, or use it to negate traps your opponent might use that can stop your attack.
Playing it safe
Setting a champion vigilance early before you summon BEWD can be good to get it ready for when you summon the dragon, but there's always a risk of it being locked by Sergeant Electro, or Nobleman of Extermination. If you want to play it safe, set it once you summon BEWD and don't attack if you are unsure if your opponent has a Mirror Wall or any other defensive cards.
" Anonymous 17days ago close reply
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Marcot 12days ago
Dont recommend this deck. Its too weak in the actual meta, we have only Black Eyes, Toon and Phoenix in Rankeds.
I have a similar BEWD deck mostly the same. I would run dragons rage. Its a normal card and it always helps me end the game really fast. Since you have 3 BE you wont be attacked enough to use 3 mirror walls. I would honestly just scrap all the mirror walls and run 3 vigilance and 3 econs. In my experience it counters meta and anti-meta decks well
Despite the obvious suggestion to get another kaibaman, try to keep your deck at 20 cards for better consistency. Try to get your hands on 3 crystal seers as that card really makes this deck that much more effective. You have some options based on your current deck so I'd suggest deciding whether to replace your blue dragon summoners with vanguards/kaiser, but not run a bit of both like you are.
I forgot to mention that if you can't get 3 seers, definitely use 3 blue dragon summoners in their place as you need the self-mill. In terms of what you can replace, get rid of super rush as its overkill for this deck, and use only 1 arrows if at all as that card tends to clog your hand. The third cv is an obvious upgrade as well. You have a good mix of great cards here, so it's really preferance.
Thank you for your help you really helped me!I appreciate it!
I was messing around with a kaibaman deck this past week and was surprisingly able to hit legend 1 and will continue to try and climb tomorrow. Anti-Magic Arrows is the must include that has snuck out so many quick wins for me. It is such a nasty card.
Obviously, this is an example deck, change it up based on what you are facing. For example, cards such as econ (which I don't have), vanguard, interdimensional transporter, storm, de-spell etc. One card can make a huge difference.