Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks

The recent release of Yu Gi Oh! Cross Duel in the mobile application market on Android e iOS has brought a fresh new twist to the world of trading card games. Konami with this new iteration of his card game most popular has decided to reinvent the wheel, creating a game that is suitable for those players who they love to deckbuild and experiment.

This can be seen quickly by playing the first game: Cross Duel doesn't look much like it Yu-Gi-Oh! traditional, exactly as it was years ago for Dungeon Dice Monsters, Capsule Monsters, Falsebound Kingdom or Rush Duels. Besides the obvious differences in the game mode (which is 2v2 only) and the playing field (monsters can attack certain players based on the slot they are placed in) the biggest change to the regular title is the pool of playable cards . To make the title as accessible as possible, Konami has reduced the number of playable cards to around 200, a tiny figure compared to the 10.000 that can be found, for example, in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Given this decidedly more bizarre panorama than normal, today we're going to see what they are the best decks of Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross duel.



Here you will find the best decks of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links.

Note: all decks are named with the name of theace monster around which they revolve. Ace Monsters are particular versions of monster cards, they must be drawn in the starting hand and have a very powerful exclusive master skill.

Deck Speed Elemental Hero Neos

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks


  • Elemental HERO Neos
  • Blue Eyes White Dragon
  • Trickstar Candina
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Vorse Raider
  • X-Head Cannon
  • Y-Dragon
  • Head Dark Resonator
  • Gogogo Golem
  • Performapal Silver Claw
  • Canon The Melodious
  • Diva Bitron
  • RAM Clouder
  • Trickstar Lilybell
  • Milla the Temporal
  • Magician Zany Zebra
  • Rightful Magic
  • Wind Spirit’s Protection
  • Shield & Sword
  • Shield Handler

The Elemental HERO Neos deck is an aggro deck that revolves around speed of such Ace Creature. Given the presence of abilities such as superspeed, NEOS can more easily gain card advantage by getting the free cards in the middle of the board, using the rest of the deck to destroy the various lanes quickly.


Deck Exodia Stall

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks

  • Exodia the Forbidden One
  • Aria the Melodious Diva
  • Canon the Melodious Diva
  • Trickstar Candina
  • Trickstar Lilybell Trickstar Narcissus
  • Gogogo Golem
  • Zubaba Knight
  • Vorse Raider
  • Performapal Silver Claw
  • Elemental HERO Sparkman
  • bitron
  • RAM Clouder
  • X-Head Cannon
  • Mad Archfiend
  • Milla the Temporal Magician
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Big Jaws
  • Baby Zebra
  • Vice Dragon

The deck with Exodia at its core The Forbidden One definitely is one of the most particular in circulation at the moment. The deck has a bubble gameplan, ie a deck that tends to stall the game by leading players into a dangerous war of attrition.


By progressively prolonging the game, the owner of Exodia has more and more chances to activate his master skill which, just like the original card, makes the player win directly. Because the master skill must be activated 5 times by drawing a monster during the draw phase, the deck is focused on large monsters that can slow down the course of play for the opponent.

Deck Blue-Eyes White Dragon Aggro

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks

  • Blue-Eyes White Dragon Red
  • Dragon Archfiend
  • Summoned Skull
  • Big Jaws
  • Celtic Guardian
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Vorse Raider
  • X-Head Cannon
  • Mad Archfiend
  • Zubaba Knight
  • Gogogo Golem
  • Skull Kraken
  • Bitron Draconnet
  • Ram Clouder
  • Trickstar Lycoris
  • Swords of Revealing Light
  • Rightful Magic
  • Genie’s Fire Breath
  • Shield Handler

The deck that revolves around the Blue-Eyes White Dragon is one of aggro deck stronger at the moment in goal.
Much is due to the fact that the pivotal creature, the blue-eyed white dragon known by us Italians, tends to be a numerically relevant creature in practically all games. The firepower of this deck is amazing, thanks to the 3000 attack points of our ace creature. The icing on the cake is represented by master skill of the dragon that directly eliminates a creature from the playing field, thus solving a problem without making us waste anything else.



Deck Red Dragon Archfiend

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks

  • Red Dragon Archfiend
  • RAM Clouder
  • Gaia the Fierce Knight
  • Performapal Silver Claw
  • Soprano the Melodious Songstress
  • Canon the Melodious Diva
  • Celtic Guardian
  • Milla the Temporal Magician
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Double Attack
  • Vorse Raider
  • Rightful Magic
  • Y-Dragon Head
  • Rush Recklessly
  • Z-Metal Tank
  • Block Attack
  • Dark Resonator
  • Curtain of Sparks
  • Vice Dragon
  • Compulsory Escape Device

The deck on the Red Dragon Archfiend is one of the most popular currently in the meta and is probably the first that will be cut out with the next banlist.
The versatility of this deck is what makes them incredibly worrying since he has both aggro and control tools, giving a player everything he needs to take on other decks regardless of playstyle. This is reflected in a higher game difficulty, given the high number of variables to take into consideration to play at your best; nothing that a little practice can't solve.


Deck Number 17: Leviathan Dragon

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel: Better decks

  • Number 17: Leviathan Dragon
  • Elemental HERO Burstinatrix
  • Dark Resonator
  • Zubaba Knight
  • Archer blushed
  • Skull Kraken
  • Flirting Rabca
  • Needle Sunfish
  • Draconnet
  • Sportsdragon Slugger
  • Sonata the Melodious Diva
  • Backup Secretary
  • Junk sync
  • Giant Soldier of Stone
  • Performapal Silver Claw
  • Rightful Magic
  • Detonates
  • Shield & Sword
  • Shadow Spell
  • Rising Energy

Last but not least, the last deck we're going to talk about today is undoubtedly the one focused on Leviathan Dragon. This deck is a good example of control deck who plays mainly defensively, making the most of the monsters' defense positions to slow down the opponent's game by looking for resources to make the most of our Ace Monster. Once you arrive in the late game, the Leviathan Dragon becomes a really difficult threat for your opponents to stop: this is because its skill focus allows you to progressively increase the ATK value of monsters by 200 points, stalling in the process. In essence, with each turn, the clock that the opponents can sustain before being defeated decreases, with all due respect to their intentions of victory.

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