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Junk and Debris is a Deck type focused on "Junk Synchron" and "Debris Dragon".

In August 2009, a page from a daily journal made a little sensation in the TCG gameplay for it described an interesting concept of deck centered around "Junk Synchron", "Debris Dragon" and their ability to Special Summon Monsters from the Graveyard.[1] It was also one of the few successful Decks to use the "Neo-Spacian Draw Engine" (or Neo-Spacians in general) as a core part of the Deck.

Many different variants of the Deck exist.

As the page explains, the idea of this deck is combining the goal of the deck is essentially gaining Card Advantage by sending "Cross Porter" to the Graveyard using "Armageddon Knight" or "Foolish Burial", thus adding a "Neo-Spacian" monster to the hand, or by Setting it; then, using "Junk Synchron" or "Debris Dragon" to Synchro Summon a big Synchro Monster to the field.

"Convert Contact" makes the player able to draw two cards and to send to the Graveyard the "Neo-Spacian" monsters needed to use the effect of "Junk Synchron" and "Debris Dragon", or to Summon "Chaos Sorcerer" and "Dark Simorgh".

Now this deck works very well with "Doppelwarrior" and "T.G." monsters. However, this Deck is mostly used for casual play.

Also, because of the Sept. 2012 banlist, Chaos Sorcerer, one of the core cards of this deck, has now returned to being limited to one, it is now harder to bring this card into play. And because of the growing popularity of Xyz cards in the meta, this deck has been made more modernized to help support Special Summoning more Level 3 monsters to bring out Rank 3 monsters.

Cards

Monsters

  • Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning - Considered to be one of the best cards in the game. Because this deck sends LIGHT and DARK monsters into the Graveyard, Special Summoning this card should be a breeze. Also by banishing one monster on the field, or even attacking twice in one turn, this should help cripple your opponent.


Spells

  • Pot of Avarice - Recover the monster cards that are in the grave, like Grand Mole or Synchro monsters.
  • Allure of Darkness - Adds to the draw engine of the deck, because of the amount of DARK monsters in the deck

Support Cards

  • "Card Trooper": Mill the top three cards of you deck, not only can it gain 500 ATK points for each card sent, if Cross Porter was sent to the grave you can add a Neo-Spacian monster to your hand. And you can get a more DARK or LIGHT monsters into the Graveyard to Special Summon Dark Armed Dragon, or Chaos Sorcerer. Also when this card is destroyed, you can draw an extra card.
  • "Mind Control": Can take control of your opponent's monster which can be used for either a Synchro Summon or Xyz Summon, mainly for Utopia in this deck. Combo with Armageddon Knight, and discard Cross Porter to gain a Neo-Spacian monster, and then use Mind Control to take control of an opponent's Level 4 monster and then Summon Utopia. Or just take control of an opponent's monster that is blocking you from attacking, and then finish them off before the End Phase.
  • "Fiendish Chain": Since today's meta is usually focused on using monster effects, Fiendish Chain can help negate that effect and restrict them from attacking.
  • "Pot of Duality": Extra Draw power, however restricts you from Special Summoning.
  • "Snowman Eater": A perfect side deck or main deck choice. Not only does it have an awesome effect, which is destroying one card on the field when flipped face up. But also it's a Level 3 monster with a 1900 DEF, which makes it perfect for Xyz Summons, and perfect to Synchro for Black Rose Dragon or Ancient Fairy Dragon with Debris Dragon.

References

  1. gaijinduelist.blogspot.com Junk and Debris and You: A History, Creation Guide, and Playing Guide.

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