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I have decided to construct a Spellcaster/counter Synchro deck (with a "money is no object" mentality)...and I have run into s slight problem.
Black Luster Soldier-Envoy of the beginning, or Chaos Sorcerer.
So basically, it comes down to a few factors:
- CS is a spellcaster, and can be special summoned by Monster Reborn, Chaos Goddess, etc.
- BLS-Envoy has a higher attack, AND can potentially attack twice.
- CS could/would benefit from most of my spell cards, as he is a spellcaster...BLS-Envoy would be restricted to Mirror Force, Magic Cylinders, etc.
- CS has an average attack, so equip cards/some spellbook cards would most likely be necessary in order to get the most use out of him...due to BLS-Envoy's attack and effect, I would be able to tweak the deck size a little and shave off some of those equip cards.
I don't know....maybe I'm just a scrub over-thinking things, or maybe I'm on to something. I would love some input on this.
P.S.-I know full well this isn't the deck help board, this thread was created to stimulate a discussion on the idea of which might be better for a certain deck. I mainly want opinions to base my final judgement off.XxSmootxx (talk • contribs) 04:15, July 30, 2012 (UTC)
I'd personally go for Chaos Sorcerer in a Spellcaster and Spell Counter Synchro Deck, since he has a lower level and hence can work with Tuners for your Synchro Summons. Not to mention he will already fill Arcanite Magician's non-Tuner requirement. --Gadjiltron (talk • contribs) 06:07, July 30, 2012 (UTC)
I find the pure, raw power of BLS to be better in general. While Sorc has great synergy with the deck, BLS poses an immediate threat. And, if nothing else, will force a negate/removal, leaving you to later use your Spellcaster strategies. And possibly recycle them with one less removal method at your opponent's disposal. Or find room for both. Djjomon (talk • contribs) 06:42, July 30, 2012 (UTC)