Welcome back Mysidians, it has been awhile since I wrote an article, as I have been focusing on getting my YouTube channel established. I would like to get back to some of my favourite content, which is deck techs. Hopefully for these deck techs I will be able to give both an article and video version. When I write an article, it gives me a ready-made script for a video, so it’s all about finding the time to do both.
This first deck tech I will be doing for Opus X is a very special one, as I am bringing in my first consultant to help with the write-up. For this article, I will be using a local player’s (and friend’s) Rydia Summons deck list. He will also be consulting on the write up itself to make sure I communicate all the important info about the deck. I want to thank Julian for helping out with this, he is one of the most creative deck builders I know, but also one of the nicest players at our Vancouver locals, and has been a staple there since the game’s inception.
Before we get into the specific strategies this deck uses, let’s take a look at the list itself.
Alex is a FFTCG player from Vancouver, Canada. His favourite Final Fantasy is IV and his favourite Elements are Earth and Ice, although he has a soft spot for fire.