Making a Power Deck With Low Level Monsters

Low-level Yugioh monsters are not weak. If used right, they can be deadly monsters. In fact, I created a deck compiled with low-level monsters because I knew how powerful it could be. So when my friend told me that low-level monsters “sucked”, I decided on using my low-level Yugioh monster deck to teach him a lesson. I was going to fix a “Heitmann.”

Low-level Yugioh monsters are not weak. If used right, they can be deadly monsters. In fact, I created a deck compiled with low-level monsters because I knew how powerful it could be. So when my friend told me that low-level monsters “sucked”, I decided on using my low-level Yugioh monster deck to teach him a lesson. I was going to fix a “Heitmann.”

My friend had a nice deck. It consisted of fiend/dark monsters and fiend/dark supporting spells and traps. His deck revolved summoning Raviel, Lord of Phantasms and had other dangerous cards like Helphomer, Dark Jeroid, Goblin King, and Dark Necrofear. Though he had a strong deck, I won!

There were three things that helped me win. One:

  • Was the fact that I had cards like Sangan and Mystic Tomato, which helped me easily play my Relinqushed. Relinquished sucked up my friend’s Legendary Fiend, who had 3600 attack points (from effect), which allowed me to destroy my friend’s other strong monsters as well. Though he activated Torrential Tribute in his next turn in order to destroy Relinquished, Relinquished gave me a direct attack opportunity.

Reason number two:

  • My three Nimble Momongas.  My friend had brought me down to as low as 1300 life points through his  his Goblin King (mostly), who also was equipped with Junk Barrage as well as Big Bang Shot. My Nimble Momongas healed me by 3000 life points to help me stay in the duel!

And the final reason for my victory:

  • Level Limiter B, which only allowed level three or lower monsters to attack. While my whole consisted of those type of monsters, my friend’s didn’t. I was able to dominate with low-level monsters with high attack power like Frontier Wiseman and Jelly-Beans Man. Also, I had Fire Sprite, who could attack directly and gain 1000 attack points a turn, deal a lot of damage! It went great with Level Limiter B because no monster could attack Fire Sprite, and it could keep on attacking even when it reached 3100 attack points! Ultimate Baseball Kid helped me as well.

That’s why no one should make fun of low level Yugioh monsters. They can be extremely powerful if played right.If you guys want, I can email you the list of the deck I used against my friend. I hope those cards teach you a lesson.

7 thoughts on “Making a Power Deck With Low Level Monsters”

  1. It’s like I tell everyone: “There is no such thing as a bad card, just a bad player.” Once you know how to use a card, all you have to do is learn how to play it. Like how Prime Material Dragon can turn Lava Golem against your opponent.

    It’s nice to see another duelist who plays with the low levels. Go ahead and e-mail me the deck list, I’m going to assume you are the only one who has access to our e-mails that we have to give out. =^)

  2. sunshadow: the people you tell must be very new to the game then. any experienced duelist should know to favor low level monsters because they’re easier to play, and only include the high level monsters that have easier ways to summon, take up no space in the deck, or are crucial to the deck…

  3. I don’t hang out with any tournament duelists, but the ones I do hang out with are fairly skilled just I happen to meet the ones that believe only the high levels are powerful.

  4. yeah… that would be considered NOT skilled… not even by my standards which are significantly lower than the competitive people…

  5. hello there, is this blog still active? I would like recipes on the 3 star deck, do you know that deck? where magic cards assist the little fellas on direct attack and boost their attacking power while being protected by level limiter B?

    And your deck sounds strong, can I have your recipe? I am only playing gba yugioh because my deck is already outdated, it was a zombie deck that was now no match to the new decks created

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