List of Beatdown Decks | Duel Links

This page contains the list of the most popular Beatdown Decks in the game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. Use this page to find the best Decks to play against other players in the current meta of the game.

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This page contains the list of the most popular Beatdown Decks in the game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. Use this page to find the best Decks to play against other players in the current meta of the game.

List of Beatdown Decks

S Tier Decks

Deck Detail
Red Nova Resonators Red Nova Resonators
Rating: 47 /50
Description
Getting Red Dragon Archfiend out to go for Red Nova Dragon is the Deck's gameplan. Going for an OTK via an unhindered direct attack is the main win condition, but there are other Synchro Monsters and Spell Cards to surprise the opponent with forms of control.

A Tier Decks

Deck Detail
Onomat Onomat
Rating: 46 /50
Description
Onomat Decks make use of Gagaga, Gogogo, Dododo, and Zubababa cards along with the Onomatoplay skill to Xyz Summon monsters.
Blue-Eyes Lightsworn Blue-Eyes Lightsworn
Rating: 45 /50
Description
The deck combines the sheer force of power seen from the Blue-Eyes decks, and the milling and searching prowess of the Lightsworn archtypes. It is a time bomb for both the user and the opponent; a powerfu deck that can last a short duel.
Harpies Harpies
Rating: 44 /50
Description
You want to try and put out your Cyber Slash Harpie Lady as quickly as possible. In order to achieve this, swarm the field with Harpie monsters. The Harpies themselves are a strong enough win condition that you don't need to focus on winning with your boss monster.
Blackwings Blackwings
Rating: 44 /50
Description
This Deck can quickly swarm the field with Blackwing monsters, which you can use to perform your Synchro Summons.
Shooting Star Dragon Shooting Star Dragon
Rating: 44 /50
Description
This deck has a wide variety of combinations to play around in terms of boss monsters, depending on the situation at hand. It revolves around Junk Synchron and the Shooting Star Road skill, opening the chance to Synchro Summon powerful monsters like Junk Archer, Junk Berserker and the titular Shooting Star Dragon as early as the first turn.
Chronomaly Chronomaly
Rating: 43 /50
Description
Chronomaly focuses on the ability to Xyz Summon with ease through the ability to Special Summon its monsters one after another, and being able to match their levels through its effects. Rank 5 and Rank 6 monsters will be very much welcome in this archtype.
Cyber Dragon Cyber Dragon
Rating: 43 /50
Description
This Deck can quickly fill your field with Fusion Monsters since Cyber Dragons can search and summon themselves in rapid succession.
Yosenju Yosenju
Rating: 43 /50
Description
All-out offense in one turn, get out of dodge literally moments later. The Yosenjus are known for their ability to constantly go in and out of the field, sometimes swarming the field to overwhelm the opponent. Not to mention, their focus on Level 4 monsters makes them prime candidates to have potent Rank 4 Xyz Monsters on the field at any given moment.
Masked HEROs Masked HEROs
Rating: 42 /50
Description
This Fusion Deck allows you to quickly summon different Masked HERO monsters that you can use to Fusion Summon from your Extra Deck.
XYZ Sharks XYZ Sharks
Rating: 42 /50
Description
This deck focuses on rushing the field with Level 4 monsters to be able to summon a variety of Rank 4 Xyz monsters, which support that can refresh cards from the Graveyard, and negate effects even before they can be used against this Deck.
Galloping Gaia Galloping Gaia
Rating: 41 /50
Description
Gaia can rush the field with very strong monsters without tributes, and has enough support to bring out powerful Fusion Monsters that can be summoned without the need of Polymerization.
D/D/D Kings D/D/D Kings
Rating: 41 /50
Description
A Deck that specializes in swarming the field with consecutive Special Summons to control the field, D/D uses nearly all the ways to Special Summon and is a great test to see how familiar a player is with each of them.
Monarchs Monarchs
Rating: 40 /50
Description
Monarchs are the best Monsters that use Tribute Summoning as their main Summoning style. They can forego using Extra Deck monsters and use their powerful effects of their monsters to control the field and attack the opponent.
Magnet Warriors Magnet Warriors
Rating: 40 /50
Description
Magnet Warriors allow you to quickly fill the field, hand, and Graveyard with monsters that you can use to summon its Boss Monsters.

B Tier Decks

Deck Detail
Superheavy Cybers Superheavy Cybers
Rating: 39 /50
Description
A cominbination of Superheavy Samura's tendency to stall, with the Cyber Dragon's extreme firepower; this Deck is about themes on both ends of the spectrum, luring the opponent into a false sense of security through stalling, before firing on all cylinders with a single Fusion Summon.
Evil HERO Evil HERO
Rating: 39 /50
Description
The power of the Evil HERO archtype is augmented better by the Masked HEROs, being able to bring out powerful Fusion Monsters often protected from targeted effects through "Dark Fusion", then launching a blitz through the various Masked HERO Quick-Play Spells.
Buster Blader Buster Blader
Rating: 38 /50
Description
Buster Bladers are one of th best counters against a Dragons Deck, but can also be viable against other Decks while using DNA Surgery.
Elemental Heroes Elemental Heroes
Rating: 37 /50
Description
This Fusion Decks makes use of three Elemental HERO monsters to fulfill different summoning conditions.
Six Samurais Six Samurais
Rating: 35 /50
Description
Six Samurai Decks swarm the field with several aggressive cards that synergize well with each other.

C Tier Decks

Deck Detail
Karakuri Karakuri
Rating: 34 /50
Description
Karakuri Decks use Synchro Monsters to swarm the field and OTK the opponent during the middle stages of the Duel.
Sylvans Sylvans
Rating: 28 /50
Description
Sylvan cards are used to search the Deck for cards that can remove your opponent's threats and boost your attacks.
Fur Hires Fur Hires
Rating: 28 /50
Description
Fur Hire Decks chain the effects of their monsters to swarm the field and quickly end the Duel.

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Deck Types

Control Beatdown Burn
Deck Destruction Special Victory

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