Hey guys, I need help with my Kuriboh deck. As it stands, I believe the deck is pretty solid but there is a lot of times when my opponent will drop a well timed Thunder King Rai-Oh and I'm struggling to find answers. Another problem I've been having is people figuring out my decks weakness:
passive play! Once my opponent figures out that I need them to be aggressive or commit to the field for my deck to function properly, I lose! I have been looking for ways to add aggression to my deck without disrupting the stability of the deck. I have dropped the single copy of Genex Birdman. As much as I love the "Gain Train" Birdman really provides no advantage to the deck. So I have dropped it in favor of a second Junk Synchron.
It's going to require testing, but I think I may drop the 2nd Junk Synchron. On paper it seems awesome, but I don't think it solves my problem.
If you missed the decklist video you can find it HERE! Any and all suggestions are welcome. I really want to make this deck competitive and I will keep everyone updated on the progress.
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Saturday, December 17, 2011
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