Agent Deck – The Strongest Fairies in Yugioh

The Agent Yugioh archetype is a deck that focuses around life points and summoning Master Hyperion, the strongest fairy monster in Yugioh. In short, they are very, very strong.

A few posts ago, I talked about Dark World monsters and their tremendous power. Dark Worlds have become a tier one archetype thanks to the addition of the Grapha, Dragon of the Dark World as well as other support cards. However, as you may have heard the saying, “when there is darkness, there is light.” Introducing, the Yugioh Agent deck, another deck that has climbed to tier one. An agent deck utilizes a lot of fairy monsters, aided with the effect of The Sanctuary in the Sky. Similar to how Dark World decks revolve around Grapha, Agent decks revolve around a monster known as Master Hyperion, who is possibly the strongest fairy monster in Yugioh.

Yugioh Master HyperionAs they are foils, Agents have a very different style than Dark World monsters: rather than swarming the field, Agents focus on life points. Agents use differences in life points to give them an advantage. For example, Agent of Force – Mars, gains attacks points equal to the difference of you and your opponent’s life points (if your life points are greater). Unlike Dark Worlds, most Agents need The Sanctuary in the Sky to activate their effects.

While Dark Worlds have multiple monsters that can cause a lot of damage, Agents have one: Master Hyperion. Along with Herald of Perfection, Master Hyperion is easily the strongest fairy in Yugioh. You can special summon Hyperion by removing from play an Agent monster from your hand, field, or grave. He causes a lot of destruction on the field; by removing a light monster from your grave, Hyperion can destroy a card on the field, two if you have The Sanctuary in the Sky. Not to mention that Hyperion has 2700 attack and 2100 defense!

Unlike Dark World decks, which in order to be efficient, require cards that can discard, Agents are very versatile. For instance, you can put in Archlord Zerato to do some extra damage, which would be a good strategy since an Agent deck utilizes The Sanctuary in the Sky. Most decks put in Archlord Kristya so as to have an easily playable powerhouse monster. Honest is a must as well, because it can power up Agent monsters, whom are not known for their high attack points.

Agent decks are incredibly powerful and I have dueled against with a Dark World deck; I am 1-3 against them! Since an Agent deck is so fast, users get out Hyperion much faster than I can get out Grapha, and I end up losing. With a monster like Hyperion, agents have the potential to usurp X-Sabers from their title of ‘best archetype’. With their vast strength, who knows what Agents can accomplish?

6 thoughts on “Agent Deck – The Strongest Fairies in Yugioh”

  1. Honestly, nice post, but Sanctuary in the Sky is a bit slow too see competitive play, it’s replaced by our Guide and/or Black Luster Envoy, otherwise nice post!

  2. @fry

    Thanks man! It may be slow but it helps a lot in an Agent deck, which has been dominating lately. Although, I guess you can still have a good Agent deck without Sanctuary, but it is still a nice card to have.

  3. @Fikri man

    You can only get Master Hyperion from the structure I talked about. The agents you can get from various booster packs, but I would just recommend purchasing the structure deck. To get Trishula, you have to buy a Duel Terminal 4 pack.

  4. Check out my fallen angel deck profile. It has some of the strongest fairy monsters in the history of yugioh.

    Darklord superbia
    Darklord asmodeus
    Darklord zerato
    Darklord desire

    Sephylon, the ultimate timelord

    Athena

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