one of the top new Decks to keep an eye on is Quickdraw Dandywarrior! This Yusei-inspired strategy packs Quickdraw Synchron and Debris Dragon, Tuning them to Dandylion and its Fluff Tokens to unleash big Synchro Monsters. Strong defense, easy Tribute Summons, and plenty of cool plays make this Deck a serious competitor, so let’s take a look at how it works.
Quickdraw Synchron takes center stage in starting up this Deck’s best combos. By sending Dandylion from your hand to the Graveyard, you can Special Summon Quickdraw Synchron plus two Fluff Tokens (from the effect of Dandylion). From there, you can Tune Quickdraw to a Fluff Token to Synchro Summon Turbo Warrior or Drill Warrior.
Turbo Warrior halves the ATK of Level 6 and higher Synchro Monsters when it attacks them, making it easy to defeat bigger monsters like Goyo Guardian in battle. Its second effect protects it from the effects of Ryko, Lightsworn Hunter and Gladiator Beasts. It can’t even be targeted by the effects of Gladiator Beast Murmillo or Gladiator Beast Gyzarus!
Drill Warrior is different – its first effect lets you avoid battle completely, halving Drill Warrior’s ATK but letting it attack directly for the turn. Its second effect lets you discard a card and remove Drill Warrior from play – it comes back in your next Standby Phase.
This Deck does most of its attacking with Caius the Shadow Monarch, and Synchro Monsters Summoned with Quickdraw Synchron and Debris Dragon. All three monsters use Dandylion and its Fluff Tokens to set up big attacks, so you want to get Dandylion to your hand or Graveyard as fast as you can. You can do that in lots of different ways.
With so many different ways to build it, this Deck can be really unpredictable. A lot of competitors aren’t familiar with these cards yet: that makes it a great pick for any Duel, and a strong contender at big events.