Kuriboh Decklist 2018

This deck is purely for fun, there’s no point putting a Raigeki or Solemn card in here. Nor will you ever beat any meta decks but honestly, kuriboh decks are so damn fun. While they rarely emerge victorious, they also rarely go down without a fight.

The basic strategy is to stall with your kuriboh cards until you can get the Multiply -> Detonate/Token Sundae combo and OTK using BLS-Envoy, Dystopia and/or Raviel.

Screenshot of decklist at bottom of page.

MONSTERS (20)

1 x Raviel, Lord of Phantasms

1 x Black Luster Soldier – Envoy of the Beginning

1 x Dystopia the Despondent

2 x Relinquished

3 x Winged Kuriboh

3 x Kuriboh

3 x Kuribohrn

1 x Relinkuriboh

1 x Sphere Kuriboh

1 x Rainbow Kuriboh

1 x Spirit Reaper

1 x Mystic Piper

1 x Scapeghost

 

SPELLS (15)

2 x Monster Reincarnation

2 x Lightning Vortex

2 x Multiply

2 x Creature Swap

2 x Black Illusion Ritual

1 x Token Sundae

1 x One for One

1 x Where Arf Thou?

1 x Mystical Space Typhoon

1 x Detonate

 

TRAPS (5)

2 x Seven Tools of the Bandit

1 x Waboku

1 x Bottomless Trap Hole

1 x Karma Cut

My Kuriboh Decklist

3 thoughts on “Kuriboh Decklist 2018

  • December 6, 2018 at 8:29 pm
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    really monster reincarnation? for christ sake at least put a little effort in.

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    • Ryan McKenna
      December 7, 2018 at 8:55 am
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      Monster Reincarnation works really well to get the right kuribohs in the graveyard and get some back to the hand 🙂

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  • December 22, 2018 at 8:38 am
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    I’m using Kuribohs and I’ve beaten Blue Eyes, Dark Magicians, and a bit of everything, you just have an horrible deck list for Kuribohs, you’re waisting your time to get a Sacred Beast when Number 54: Lion Heart, or 2 Transcode Talkers are way easier to summon, and what does the Soul Reaper do here? It’s just useless, I think you’ve misjudged Kuribohs, okay they can’t beat every deck but show me 1 deck completely invincible, there’s not. Kuribohs are strangely a strong archetype but only if you really try, and don’t judge play for power, the power comes when you love your deck, that’s all

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