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Angel Feather Celestial (Post GBT-13)

by Blmastooner

Want to swap around cards in your hand and damage zone to toolbox that way? (Nociel)
Too bad.
Want to just plus for no reason b/c you run cards in a deck? (Nociel)
Too bad.
Want to rescue sack for days while you still have your Vanguard attack left? (Gavrail)
Too bad.
Want to bring Nurse of Broken Heart into "broken" ass numbers, and continuously stand her to attack over and over again? (Nociel normally, but Gavrail can do this, I suppose?)
Too bad.
Want to tell your friends you run Angel Feather while concealing the fact that you don't have enough money to buy the higher-end stuff? (Celestials)
Well, this is the deck for you :D

Celestials are really just a fun, inexpensive deck.
At the time of writing this out, the total price of all the cards (prices taken off of TCGPlayer) is only a little over 100 dollars US.

Honestly, this deck will do fine without Sebreeze, but Sebreeze is only in this deck profile to add some "pressure" for the opponent if they're playing G2 game. Otherwise, Sebreeze is not needed if you need to save some money. Subbing in another Eden is just as good.
Since Celestials focus on having a same name in the damage zone as a card in the Vanguard Circle, Nociel is used to help with consistency, but again, she's not too needed. If you're short on cash again, you could replace the G1 Nociels with another Emergency Pegasus, and another Nakir.
I run Bahariya and Nakir because again, this deck requires same name in V and Dmg, so you're gonna be a little short on G3s to stride with. Bahariya ad Nakir help a little with Striding consistency.

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Want to swap around cards in your hand and damage zone to toolbox that way? (Nociel)
Too bad.
Want to just plus for no reason b/c you run cards in a deck? (Nociel)
Too bad.
Want to rescue sack for days while you still have your Vanguard attack left? (Gavrail)
Too bad.
Want to bring Nurse of Broken Heart into "broken" ass numbers, and continuously stand her to attack over and over again? (Nociel normally, but Gavrail can do this, I suppose?)
Too bad.
Want to tell your friends you run Angel Feather while concealing the fact that you don't have enough money to buy the higher-end stuff? (Celestials)
Well, this is the deck for you :D

Celestials are really just a fun, inexpensive deck.
At the time of writing this out, the total price of all the cards (prices taken off of TCGPlayer) is only a little over 100 dollars US.

Honestly, this deck will do fine without Sebreeze, but Sebreeze is only in this deck profile to add some "pressure" for the opponent if they're playing G2 game. Otherwise, Sebreeze is not needed if you need to save some money. Subbing in another Eden is just as good.
Since Celestials focus on having a same name in the damage zone as a card in the Vanguard Circle, Nociel is used to help with consistency, but again, she's not too needed. If you're short on cash again, you could replace the G1 Nociels with another Emergency Pegasus, and another Nakir.
I run Bahariya and Nakir because again, this deck requires same name in V and Dmg, so you're gonna be a little short on G3s to stride with. Bahariya ad Nakir help a little with Striding consistency.

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