You use the sheer number of Quantum Pillars to mass the quanta of the five types of Quanta you use. I decided to use quantum pillars instead of the specific pillars for three reasons.
- When facing a deck that has devourers and the like. Chances are low that they will steal/destroy the quanta you need.
- It has a higher chance to give you the quanta you need then hoping that you find the pillar of that type you need.
- Easily converts to a better deck.
If from some reason, your Otyughs/Empathic Bonds/Bonewalls/Boneyards just refuse to show up due to the fact that they are in the lower half of the deck, you use the Golden Hourglasses to get through it faster. I prefer not to use Sundials because it would reduce the number of Quantum Pillars, but if you so choose you can substitute a few Quantum Pillars for Sundials. Also, you could do the same with some enchant artifacts that way you can protect more of your stuff from the gods like Seism. The momentum is for taking down Chaos Lord when he uses Dissipation Shield. When you get low on cards, use Eternity continuously on a skeleton so you won't lose. Make sure to protect Eternity first, and if at all possible, protect it the same turn you put it out. The Plate Armors are there to give Otyugh a bigger appetite. Try and get some Boneyards before you get Otyugh out. And put a Bonewall out just before Otyughs first meal.
Here is the order in which you should upgrade your cards:
- Half of the Quantum Pillars
- Golden Hourglass
- Plate Armor
- Empathic Bond
- Bone Wall
- Remaining Quantum Pillars
- Enchant Artifact
I found this order to be the best way to make it. Upgrading really only makes you last longer as these fights aren't fast.
~FiniteParadox of Kongregate