The Organization | CDP: Purery Time Thief, overlay network overrun, with DBAD support

Nothing like a pure imitation of Eevee.

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Strategy Summary:

Welcome to another Creative Deck Profile, this time centered around the Purery archetype. This archetype revolves around Purity (YGOrg translation)a level 1 LIGHT fairy that digs the first 3 cards to guide a Purery spell/trap when summoned, but more importantly can reveal a Purery quick play spell to specially summon an Xyz monster (as a summon Xyz) which mentions it using both Purity and Fate as material. For instance, Happy Memory Purery (YGOrg translation) can be used for Xyz Summon Epurery Happiness (YGOrg translation), a Tier 2 Xyz that guides any Purery card after it battles. The best option (in my opinion) is usually Plump Sewage (YGOrg translation)summoned by revealing Purely Delicious Memory (YGOrg translation), as it can carry a fast effect to attach up to 2 S/T of either graveyard as Xyz Material. As an additional effect shared by all Purery Rank 2 Xyz monsters, when a Purery Quickplay Spell is activated, they can attach that spell as Xyz Material and gain an additional effect, such as Beauty Purifier (YGOrg translation) changing a monster’s battle position or Plump banishing a monster on the field until the End Phase. Anyway, all these stacked materials lead to two options – Expiration happiness (YGOrg translation) and Expurery Black (YGOrg translation). These Tier 7 Xyz Monsters can be stacked on top of a Tier 2 monster with 5 or more materials, providing an offensive and defensive boss. Happiness can negate the effects of all face-up monsters your opponent controls and inflict 1500 when it declares an attack, and Black can detach 2 materials (sometimes even as a quick effect) to put a card back into play. Together, these twin bosses give the deck enough punch to win duels.

So let’s talk about the other half of the strategy in play today, and that’s the time thieves. This Rank 4 centered theme is centered on Restorative Time Thief, a Rank 4 Xyz that attaches the top card of the opponent’s deck as Xyz Material during each Standby Phase, in addition to carrying an effect to detach materials from different card types for various effects. Where the two themes intersect well is their ability to complement each other by stacking tons of materials under Xyz Monsters. Anything Time Thief Perpetua stack a Time Thief card each turn or use Time Thief Hack and Stoic challenge to give Xyz Monsters an overpowered ATK based on their Xyz Material count, the two themes work in harmony to defeat opponents with excessive force. And as with all Xyz themes, they always have a Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder wait in the wings if necessary. Embrace the pure bliss of time travel with Purity and time thieves.

Decklist provided:

Monsters: 12
||| time thief
|| Time Thief Adjuster
| Time Thief Scope Ship
||| Time Thief Regulator
||| Purity

Spells: 25
| Upstart Goblin
| Terraforming
| monster reborn
| Called by the grave
||| Purity Pretty Memory
||| Purely Delicious Memory
||| Happy Memory Purery
|| Purery, my friend
||| Overlay network
|| Time Thief Hack
|| Stoic Challenge
||| Stray Purery Street

Traps: 3
| Flyback Time Thief
| Purery Leap! ?
| Retrograde Time Thief

Additional bridge:
| Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder
| Expiration happiness
|| Expurery Black
|| Restorative Time Thief
|| Time Thief Perpetua
|| Epurery Happiness
|| Beauty Purifier
|| Plump Sewage
| Pitknight Earlie


To note: This continues the style of Creative Deck Profile articles, designed to present a build through replays and an attached summary. If you’d like to see a CDP for an archetype, theme, or strategy you like, feel free to private message me on the YGOrg Discord server, the comment section of any of my YouTube videos, or simply post a comment in response to this article on our Facebook page with your takeaways! On most YGO related communities, my username is Quincymccoy, so feel free to contact me. Profiles currently requested on hold include: Dracoslayer, Chaos Synchro

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Aubrey L. Morgan