Weevil uses an . His strategies rely on cards such as " Insect Deck Insect Barrier" or " Cocoon of Evolution" to block opposing attacks while preparing to Summon his strongest cards, " Great Moth", " Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth", and " Insect Queen". Compared to other Duelists, Weevil uses few Magic and Trap Cards, the ones he does use act to protect his insects or allowing him to swarm the field with them.
Duelist Kingdom, Weevil's Deck focused on evolving " Larvae Moth" with " Cocoon of Evolution" and using Equip Magic Cards to power up his weaker Insects.
Battle City, Weevil utilized " Insect Barrier", " Parasite Paracide" and " Reckless Parasite" to prevent opposing monsters from attacking, having arranged for "Parasite Paracide" to be slipped into Joey's Deck without his knowledge so he could use it against him. He further focused on his new ace card, " Insect Queen". Oddly, while Seeker was looking up duelist's rarest cards, Great Moth was listed despite Weevil's rarest card being Insect Queen.
Waking the Dragons
When Weevil joined
Dartz, he was given " The Seal of Orichalcos" and access to almost every card ever made. He used his strategy of turning his opponent's monsters to Insects to defend with " Insect Barrier", this time using " DNA Surgery". He also uses some burn cards, and cards that further exploit his strategy of turning his opponent's monsters into Insects.
Weevil was only seen dueling once, attempting to infiltrate the
Grand Championship but getting thrown out when he and Rex lost to Zigfried von Schroeder.
Reshef of Destruction
Eternal Duelist Soul
Worldwide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel
World Championship 2004
7 Trials to Glory: World Championship Tournament 2005
The Dawn of Destiny
↑ Mako Tsunami was known to lose to either Weevil or Rex as he placed third in the Japanese Nationals.
↑ He lost this card to
Joey Wheeler during episode 64. ↑
3.0 3.1 In the dub, this card replaces "
Insecticide". ↑ He ripped this card in front of
Yami Yugi during episode 162.