Floowandereeze is one of the most powerful archetypes in Yu-Gi-Oh! master duel. Aside from the cute new theme, this deck has a playstyle unlike any other. The ability to Normal Summon monsters more than once per turn, and the ability to do so on your opponent’s turn, makes breaking through this new deck difficult.
With cards like Floowanandereeze & Robina or Floowanandereeze & Eglen where you can find the next piece of a new puzzle, these cards can make for a very strong board that can only be broken with a few well-timed cards. Otherwise, you’ll face huge flocks of birds that will make Yu-Gi-Oh unplayable!
10 Floowanandereeze & Lovina
Having Robina in your opening hand is one of the best things that can happen if you win the dice roll. Robina is the best starter in the Floowanandereeze deck. Once Normal Summoned, Lovina can search her deck for a level 4 or lower Winged Beast monster, and if she finds one, she can Normal Summon a Winged Beast from her hand.
Whether you’re looking for Eglen to continue your combo or another piece you’ll miss later, a second Normal Summon is invaluable in this deck.
9 Flowandereeze & Fun
Robina is one of the most important cards in the deck, but Eglen could be argued to be just as important, if not more. When Eglen is Normal Summoned, you can find a level 7 or higher winged beast monster in your deck.
The easy answer is to find Empen, but cards like Mist Valley Apex Avian and Raiza The Mega Monarch are viable targets that can end the board so your opponents don’t even try to break it.
8 Floowanandereeze & Mpen
Since Master Duel has banned Stormwinds’ Barrier Statue, your other options will be the prototypical boss monsters Floowanandereze & Empen. This card negates all effects and halves ATK and DEF when fighting Ampen, making it a great tower for opponents to target without using offensive monsters.
Empen can pull a powerful Spell or Trap card from the deck upon Tribute Summoned, giving him easy access to Field Spells or Advent of Adventure.
7 Flowanders & Streets
Stri is one of the toolbox type cards in the Floowanandereeze arsenal. When this card is Normal Summoned, you can control your opponent’s Graveyard by excluding 1 card. This effect may not seem like a big deal, but you’ll appreciate Stri’s amazing effectiveness against decks like Tearlaments or a random Destiny Hero: Destroyer Phoenix Enforcer.
Stri is also another extender for normal summon combos if you need an extra body on the field to pay tribute for Empen.
6 Floowanandereeze & Tokan
Whenever a Floowanandereeze monster leaves the field, it is banished rather than sent to the graveyard. Toccan allows you to bring some of the exiled cards back into your hand later.
Besides being a utility card, Toccan is also a great expander for your deck. In a game with a limited pool of Floowanandereeze named cards, you can use whatever name you can get. Luckily, Toccan is one of the good names in the new archetype.
5 Floowanandereeze and the majestic map
There are several interesting things you can do with the Floowanandereeze deck. Many effects can be triggered when Normal Summoned, allowing you to do what is known as breaking the chain. This is known as the act of performing multiple chain links to protect the most important effects from being negated. Cards like Floowanandereeze and The Magnificent Map allow you to do this by normal summoning and exiling one of the cards at the same time.
Magnificent Map not only opens up a lot of chain blocking plays, but can also be triggered on your opponent’s turn. No, comrade, it’s not your turn, it’s our turn.
4 Misty Valley Apex Bird
Finding cards that indirectly support archetypes is one of the best things you can do as a Yu-Gi-Oh! player. Mist Valley Apex Avian is a level 7 Winged Beast Monster, so it goes well with the Floowanandereeze deck. That said, Eglen is searchable, and the way the deck summons tons of monsters makes it easy to access the Summon Apex Avian tribute. .
This card is a great way to end the board if your opponent plays a problematic monster, as you can easily negate it and destroy it with Apex Avian’s effect without targeting the card.
Be honest. Sometimes you brick. It’s pretty hard. That’s where the pot of luxury comes in. Floowandereeze is completely useless as you rarely summon it from your Extra Deck. It can also be used to draw more cards.
Although one of the best Pot cards, few decks can make the most of Pot Of Extravagance as most decks center their game plan around the Extra Deck, but Floowandereeze is one of the few cards and one of the best.
As with Pot of Greed and other banned cards, the simpler the card text, the more broken it is. Terraforming can add Field Spells from your deck to your hand. It’s as simple as that.
What makes this card so powerful is that it becomes the 4th copy of the Magnificent Map and allows you to open Field Spells most of the time. This deck is an easy win without looking at the Magnificent Map, but it’s much easier to get.
One dimension mover
Dimension Shifter is another card that doesn’t fit the archetype. This card doesn’t help much with your Floowanandereeze game plan, but rather blocks your opponent’s.
Most decks in Master Duel use graveyards as another tool for game planning. Whether it’s another pool of cards to work with or monsters with effects that trigger in the graveyard, a good amount of decks need it to work. Dimension Shifter exiles all cards instead of sending them to the graveyard, and the Floowandereeze card triggers when exiled, so you don’t lose in that regard.
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