With all the great new monsters and Spells in Structure Deck: Dragunity Legion, it’s easy to forget that some of the best cards for Dragunity Decks aren’t Dragunity cards! Today we’ll look at some of the best off-theme cards for your Dragunity Deck, and talk about how Dragunity Duelists can play them in ways other Duelists can’t.
The new Structure Deck: Dragunity Legion has tons of new cards that bring Dragunities to the forefront of tournament Dueling. Previously, Dragunity Decks were all about Summoning Dragunity Dux; using its effect to equip and Special Summon the Level 2 Tuner Dragunity Phalanx; and then Synchro Summoning Dragunity Knight – Vajrayana. Vajrayana would then allow Phalanx to be Special Summoned again, Tuning to make any Level 8 Synchro Monster. But Dragunity Legion brings everything we loved about Dragunities to a new level, and lets you take the Deck in entirely new directions. With new big-hitters; more search power; and more little Dragunities to create new combos, this Deck have never been better. Here are some of the new cards you’ll find in Dragunity Legion…
The Dragunity monsters are a totally new family of quick, combo-driven powerhouses, making their debut in Hidden Arsenal 3. A mix of Winged Beasts and Dragons, they specialize in reusing cards from the Graveyard, and unleashing some of Dueling’s greatest Synchro Monsters. They’re fast, strong, and can leave your opponent wondering what hit them, so today we’re going to talk about the Dragunity Deck: what cards it uses; how it works; and why it’s awesome!
Available exclusively in the special Scholastic issue of SHONEN JUMP Magazine, Troposphere from the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX manga is making its stateside debut. For all Harpie, Blackwing, and other Winged Beast fans, Troposphere is like a dream come true. It’s a Level 6 monster that you Tribute Summon by Tributing a Winged Beast. And when you do, you’ll get a 2400 ATK monster that’s totally immune to Trap Cards, almost like a big flying Jinzo!
Unibird is the first bird with the power to Special Summon Synchro Monsters from your Graveyard. You can do it by removing monsters from your field. But unlike Tuners, which require the Levels of your monsters to exactly add up to the Level of the Synchro Monster you want to Special Summon, Unibird lets you exceed that Level. By removing Unibird and another face-up monster you control, you can Special Summon a Synchro Monster from your Graveyard with a Level less than or equal to the combined original Levels of the monsters you remove from play.