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Scrap
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"Scrap Beast" (with the remains of "Scrap Goblin" and "Scrap Soldier").
Japanese

  • スクラップ
  • Sukurappu (rōmaji)

French

  • Ferraille

German

  • Schrott

Italian

  • Frammento

Korean

  • 스크랩
  • Seukeuraep (romanized)

Portuguese

  • Restolhos

Spanish

  • Chatarra

Other names

Arabic
الخردة
Swedish
Skräp
Croatian
Otpadni


Sets

Anime appearances


"Scrap" (スクラップ Sukurappu) is an archetype that debuted in Duelist Revolution. All of the monsters are EARTH-Attribute, and are used by Toru in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus. As their name suggests, they are all made of old, rusty fragments of steel, but in spite of their appearance and name, to date, only 4 of these monsters are Machine-Type: "Scrap Hunter", "Scrap Mind Reader", "Scrap Breaker" and "Scrap Recycler".

Playing Style

"Scrap" monsters focus on destroying one another with their own effects (maybe reflecting the fact they are made of scrap, being fragile and easily collapsible) and setting up Synchro Summons. "Scrap Worm", "Goblin", "Kong", "Soldier", "Orthros", "Chimera" and "Beast" can add 1 "Scrap" monster from your Graveyard to your hand when they are destroyed by the effect of a "Scrap" card. The difference between them lies when these destroying effects activate: "Scrap Orthros" can be quickly Special Summoned if you already control a face-up "Scrap" monster, but it costs a "Scrap" monster when Summoned this way; "Scrap Goblin" cannot be destroyed by battle, but if it is attacked while in face-up Defense Position, it destroys itself at the end of the Battle Phase, etc. You can take profit of these self-destroying effects by chaining "Scrapstorm" and/or "Scrap Sheen" to their activations, as well as by using "Scrap Factory" to Special Summon any "Scrap" monster from the Deck, when another one is destroyed by a card effect and sent to the Graveyard, either by their own effects, or by a general one, such as "Raigeki Break", "Sylvan Marshalleaf" etc.

They also have Deck-thinning capabilities, either by searching for monsters ("Scrapyard") or by sending them to the Graveyard ("Scrap Shark" and "Scrapstorm") in order to set up the game for monsters like "Chimera" or "Golem".

The ace cards of the Deck are its Synchro Monsters, namely "Scrap Dragon", "Scrap Twin Dragon" and "Atomic Scrap Dragon". Their effects destroy 1 card you control and target up to 3 cards on your opponent's possession. The first monster simply destroys 1 of your opponent's cards, the second one returns exactly 2 cards your opponent controls to the hand (you cannot activate its effect if your opponent controls only 1 card) and the third one shuffles up to 3 cards from their Graveyard into the Deck. They are very flexible, letting you use them depending on what your opponent has: "Scrap Twin Dragon" can deal with cards "Scrap Dragon" can't, such as "Beelze of the Diabolic Dragons", "Neos Wiseman", "The Seal of Orichalcos" and "Ultimate Axon Kicker" and "Atomic Scrap Dragon" can thwart some possible strategies of your opponent by shuffling monsters like "Bujingi Sinyou", "Mezuki" and "Grapha, Dragon Lord of Dark World" into the Deck; you can use their effects to destroy a "Scrap" monster you control in order to trigger its effect. Finally, each of these Synchro monsters compulsorily Special Summons a non-Synchro "Scrap" monster from your Graveyard when they are destroyed by your opponent's card (either by battle or by an effect).

Some non-"Scrap" cards that may help the Deck include:

  • "Level Eater": can be greatly used as a fodder for the effects of the "Scrap" Dragons;
  • "Gigantes": is a beater that can be easily Special Summoned and can destroy all Spell/Trap Cards on the Field when destroyed by battle;
  • "Gigastone Omega": can be easily Special Summoned, and you can destroy it by the effect of one of the "Scrap" Dragons in order to destroy all Spell/Trap cards your opponent controls;
  • "Redox, Dragon Ruler of Boulders": you can use it to perform Xyz Summons, by using it alongside with "Scrap Archfiend", as well to Special Summon "Scrap" monsters from the Graveyard in order to perform Synchro Summons; if you discard a "Scrap" Tuner monster, you can revive it by using "Scrap Chimera".
  • "Foolish Burial": can be used to set up the Graveyard with "Scrap" monsters to be recovered by the effect of another "Scrap";
  • "Gozen Match": can be harmful to your opponent, if their deck may contain many Attributes, while this Deck will remain unharmed (if your opponent's deck have only 1 main Attribute and this card is a Main Deck card, rather than a Side Deck one, you can use it as fodder to one of the "Scrap" Dragons).
  • "Archfiend Eater": combined with "Scrap Factory", it can trigger its effect.

Weaknesses

Since the Deck relies basically on the Trigger Effects activated when the "Scrap" monsters are destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, cards like "Soul Drain" and "Macro Cosmos" can be used. Also, "Rivalry of Warlords" can be a good counter, due to its variety of Types. With "Scrap Golem" and "Scrap Factory", they tend to have a good swarming capability, so cards like "Kaiser Colosseum", "Summon Limit" and "Summon Breaker" can also be used; you can also opt to cards that totally stops Special Summons, such as "Jowgen the Spiritualist", "Vanity's Emptiness". "Tualatin" can completely shut down the Deck since every "Scrap" monster is EARTH-Attribute.

Once the deck rely on setting up the game for the Synchro Summoning of their ace cards, "Discord", "Grisaille Prison", "Orient Dragon" and "Shiny Black "C"" can either significantly paralyze their field presence or remove them completely and without at least one of the "Dragons", many of the other "Scrap" cards lack decent field control.

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