Yugioh Morphtronic Monsters

Recently, I received a comment by one of my readers, asking me to talk about Morphtronic monsters. From what I know, Morphtronic monsters aren’t an archetype that are popularly used in duels or are mainstream. They are used by a supporting character on Yugioh 5Ds, Leo, and therefore haven’t had that much of the limelight on them. However, after reading about Morphtronic monsters on Yugioh wiki, I was strongly impressed by there abilities.

yu-gi-oh-morphtronic-videonRecently, I received a comment by one of my readers, asking me to talk about Morphtronic monsters. From what I know, Morphtronic monsters aren’t an archetype that are popularly used in duels or are mainstream. They are used by a supporting character on Yugioh 5Ds, Leo, and therefore haven’t had that much of the limelight on them. However, after reading about Morphtronic monsters on Yugioh wiki, I was strongly impressed by there abilities.

Morphtronic monsters have a unique characteristic; their effects are based off their battle positions. Most of their effects benefit other Morphtronics, for example, the effects of Morphtronic Radion and one of the effects of Morphtronic Scopen. That trait that Morphtronics have can lead to A LOT of strategies and offensive maneuvers. I devised a nice little team combo with the Morphtronics: (You must have Morphtronic Radion in your graveyard) Play Morphtronic Videon. Equip it with a Double Tool C&D (an essential spell for a Morphtronic deck). Videon has 2800 attack points and since Videon’s equipped with Double Tool C&D, it’s going to be your opponent’s only attack target. . Next, play Junk Box, and special summon Morhtronic Radion. Videon now has 3600 attack points.

The main monster of the combo that I listed above, Morphtronic Videon, is one of my favorite Morphtronics. It gains 800 attack points for every equip card on it. Think about if it had an Axe of Despair equipped or a Double Tool C&D, Morphtronic Videon would then have 2800 attack points just like that. I think it can be one of the most destructive monsters and would go great with any Morphtronic deck.

Along with Morphtronic Videon, Power Tool Dragon is also a must for a Morphtronic, and not because Leo has it in his deck. You see, Power Tool Dragon has an effect where you can put an equip card from your deck to your hand. In a Morphtronic deck, you should always have an equip card in your hand. Many of the effects of the Morphtronics revolve around equip cards. Not only do (most) equip cards increase a monster’s stats, in the case of the Morphtronics (like Videon) just having an equip card on them benefits them; whether that’s in stat gain or protection. Also, Power Tool Dragon brings a strength aspect to a Morphtronic deck as well.

Morphtronics are a very powerful and interesting archetype. I think that they are very underestimated and if one spends enough time on it, they could make a very deadly deck out of Morphtronics. Morphtronic Monsters are in the Cross Roads of Chaos, Crimson Crisis, and Raging Battle booster packs.

15 thoughts on “Yugioh Morphtronic Monsters”

  1. one thing the card says that it gains 800atk or defense for equip cards, and u say 1000 which number is right?

  2. thx for writing the article, this will definitely improve my deck, i knew many strategies but not once had i thought of this.

    TOU ROCK!! 🙂

  3. Thanks man! By the way, I have great tips for your dragon deck: Stock up on Flute of Summoning Dragons and Lord of Ds. Those cards will make your dragon deck much more versatile. Also, have some Decoy Dragons for it will make special summoning Dragons (especially the strong) so much easier and will even destroy your foe’s monsters in the process. Have three Masked Dragons so that you can swarm Dragons on to your field. Swarming will be great for you to tribute and summon strong dragons like Tyrant Dragon or Felgrand Dragon. Finally, have a Dragon’s Rampage for offense, and add in A Wingbeat of a Giant Dragon, Stamping Destruction, and The Dragon’s Bead in order to destroy your foe’s spell and traps which will then open up your offense! I hope I helped!

  4. no, do not add in a wingbeat of giant dragon. heavy storm does the same thing except you still keep the dragon on the field. an amateur mistake is that just because their deck is one type of monster, they think all of their spells and traps have to be support cards of that type as well. but really, your spells and traps should be as generic and as less situational as possible so you can play them under almost any circumstance.

    also, I wouldn’t recommend stocking up on flute of summoning dragons and lord of ds, the reason being that flute is a dead draw without lord and lord is a pushover. it’s unlikely you’ll have both in your hand at the same time, and unless you do, they’re next to useless. maybe add one of each but don’t stock up on them.

    I would recommend stocking up on five-headed dragons though, simply because they’re extra deck monsters so they wouldn’t be dead draws at all. to summon them, add in one or two dragon mirrors. that’ll recycle the dragons in your graveyard.

  5. Well, when you have a dragon deck, F.O.S.D. is a card you need to stock up on because it makes swarming dragons a lot easier. Lord of Ds make sure your dragons won’t be destroyed by battle, which goes great with a Decoy Dragon. So I think you should stock up on those cards, but if you do feel those are dead draws, then have two of each perhaps.

  6. wouldn’t the malefics in a way be good to use with dragons because all of the malefics are dragons?

  7. i love the morphtronics i just need more yes thats an asome strategy i thinking of doing something like this like play swords of reavealing light then play clocken in defence mode wait for the 3 turns then sacrafies it. it then does 3000 damage cause each turn is one clock counter in defence is one counter when sacraficed is 1000 life poins

  8. If you have two Morphtronic boardens, one in attack and one in defense, morphtronics you control cannot be dastroyed by battle and can attack directly. Combined with Morphtronic Cameraman’s ability, being Morphtronics cannot be targeted by card effects, Clocken’s Burn effect in defense mode, and Cellfon for quickly summoning more morphtronics, this archetype can be one of the least fun decks to find yourself going up against.

    My friend has this deck.
    I want to murder him.

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