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    The Naturias!

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    Lucci

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    The Naturias!

    Post by Lucci on Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:13 pm

    Alright, so here I'm going to post my Naturia build!

    For more information on the Naturia Archetype: http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Naturia

    TOTAL: 40

    MONSTERS: 22

    3x Naturia Bambooshoot
    3x Naturia Cliff
    3x Naturia Cherry
    3x Naturia Mantis
    3x Naturia Cosmobeet
    2x Naturia Fruitfly
    2x Naturia Stinkbug
    2x Naturia Rosewhip
    1x Naturia Butterfly

    SPELLS: 7

    2x Mystical Space Typhoon
    1x Book of Moon
    1x Pot of Avarice
    1x Naturia Forest
    1x Monster Reborn
    1x Dark Hole

    TRAPS: 11

    2x Bottomless Trap Hole
    2x Dark Bribe
    2x Dimensional Prison
    1x Divine Wrath
    1x Mirror Force
    1x Solemn Judgement
    1x Royal Oppression
    1x Torrential Tribute

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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Flameberga on Thu Nov 18, 2010 3:43 am

    there are basically 2 Naturia decks, the Plant one and the Insect one, it's better to focus one of em.

    Plant one is more about control (Pineable -> Bamboshoot) and Insect one is more to OTK.

    I never see that pure Naturia will work, but if u want to put that many negater, add 1 more Forest.
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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Ray1500 on Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:14 am

    To Be Honest, I Don't Like Naturias Standing on Their Own, They need to be combined with something to release their true potential(Naturia Stun, Naturia Permission, Plant Naturias, Etc.). Although if you want to keep it at full Naturias or at least the best I can to keep it as full Naturias XD here's My Suggestions:

    -2 Naturia Stinkbug(Might as well as have Swords of REvealing Light Here, Not only is it vulnerable to destruction cards but it's effect shall be blocked by also a simple book of moon)

    -1 Solemn Judgment(Since Your Going to Use Bambooshoot to it's fullest, this isn't needed as Solemn Warning can do the job better with monsters.)
    -2 Dark Bribes(Why?... You Have Bambooshoot, If Your Worried About Traps Just Use Trap Stun/Cold Wave/Trunade but not a card that gives a +1 for your opponent and a -1 for you)
    -1 Naturia Forest(I Don't Like This)
    -1 Naturia Rosewhip/Cosmobeet(Needed Space)

    +1 Foolish Burial
    +1 Gigantes(Gives a decent beat stick, can be bait for bottomless or can be a heavy storm in some situations)
    +1 Cyber Dragon(A Good Monster for Tuning)
    +2 Solemn Warning(Protect your Naturia Bambooshoot)
    +1 Grow-Up Bulb(Is Very Versatile)
    +1 Pot of Duality(Get Your Stuff Faster)
    +1 Mind Control(Why Not?, If you apply the fixes I made you'd have 8 Tuners which is enough for Mind Control)
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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Flameberga on Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:03 am

    actually warning cant help to ryko or such monsters as well, it's just easier to use BTH to stop cydra's or whatever to run over bamboshoot
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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Ray1500 on Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:42 am

    Flameberga wrote:actually warning cant help to ryko or such monsters as well, it's just easier to use BTH to stop cydra's or whatever to run over bamboshoot
    That's Why There's a Side Deck, Nobleman of Crossout Is Side Decked For the occasion. Solemn Warning is just an alternative to Bottomless Trap Hole, Can't hurt to have more Destructions. Also Solemn Warning has some advantages that Bottomless Trap Hole Doesn't. Solemn Warning can activate in the Damage Step Negating Gorz, Tragoedia, Battle Fader, Etc. Solemn Warning is a counter trap card meaning it cannot be stopped by annoying Trap Stuns, and finally it Negates the summon so things like Monarch Effects won't activate as well can't book of moon the monster to save it unlike Bottomless Trap Hole.
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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Flameberga on Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:35 am

    it's just his deck doesnt have that much control to fully utilize warning, and since we're protecting Bambooshoot, then they cant trap stun our bth.

    It's true that more destruction, but 2000 is still something.

    btw, if bambooshoot is on the field, most likely we're locking gorz already.

    well, suggestions and resons are already given, just let him choose which one is more suitable for him ^^
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    Re: The Naturias!

    Post by Lucci on Sat Nov 20, 2010 1:22 pm

    Wow, well I'm not sure o-o. If I had to choose a type of Naturia's, I'd definately have to decide I want my Naturias to be geared around Bambooshoot. If it's possible, synchroing as well Very Happy

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