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Omega Glendios (Autowin B.S)

by Krymson

"Ultimate Break. World End."

The classic epitome of absolute absurdity. The deck that defined autowin, and still rivals that of any other autowin deck. This is nowhere near fun to play against, but you're guaranteed to feel like a sadist as you laugh at your crippled, inferior opponent granted you're the one piloting it.

The deck focuses on having a slow start but very abruptly begins to mass-lock opponent RG's like they're a door about to be busted open by the FBI (which may happen since you're using such a toxic deck). Then, when you hit Loop or Fall (based on preference or where the game goes), your opponent must carry on playing the game knowing that your next turn is their inevitable demise. Beware, builder. You may find yourself feeling a little too evil using a deck like this.

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"Ultimate Break. World End."

The classic epitome of absolute absurdity. The deck that defined autowin, and still rivals that of any other autowin deck. This is nowhere near fun to play against, but you're guaranteed to feel like a sadist as you laugh at your crippled, inferior opponent granted you're the one piloting it.

The deck focuses on having a slow start but very abruptly begins to mass-lock opponent RG's like they're a door about to be busted open by the FBI (which may happen since you're using such a toxic deck). Then, when you hit Loop or Fall (based on preference or where the game goes), your opponent must carry on playing the game knowing that your next turn is their inevitable demise. Beware, builder. You may find yourself feeling a little too evil using a deck like this.

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