Import Code:4sa 4sa 4sa 4sa 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61o 61r 61r 61r 61r 61r 61r 61t 61t 61u 622 622 622 623 623 623 623 623 623With the recent addition of the mindgate, a new strategy has evolved
The Mirror Strategy.
Basically, this deck uses the other person's deck against them. Meaning the most reliable counter to this deck is having a crappy deck. It can also be countered with anti-artifact decks, unless those decks have the enchant artifact card in them.
The most important card in your possesion is mindgate, you use this to draw a copy of what your opponent will draw on their next turn. Unless you have something very, very, good you could be using those 2 quanta on instead, always use duality at least once. If you get a good card from it, fire up your other mindgates to get more copies. However, one of the most important functions your mindgates will perform, is creating tons of the pillars used by your opponent.
Use parallel universe if the opponent manages to slip a good creature in past your mindgates, or either of you grows a massive monster. You can use one of the three fractals in it if you have a ton of the quantums you'll need for the creatures you'll get, and if it's a good creature, or you need to buff up a shield(hope) or something. The use of the two phase shields are self-explanitory. The shear number of aether pillars should keep your expensive cards running smothly, and the 4 quantums can step in if you don't manage to get a pillar of the opponents deck.
However, the most important thing you can do as the player of this deck, is to be able to think on your feet, and develop a strategy no matter what the next deck throws at you.
It doesn't always win, but what deck does? It does, however, win often, especially when fighting top 50's.
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