Summary: It’s been a while since Asahara posted sample deck. In fact, this is his first sample deck with Set.3 cards in it. The key to understand Asahara’s deck is that none of them are perfect, but gives a idea to start for those of you who have no clue. More importantly, personally, his sample decks gives trend of concepts that are currently in use.
Invisibility Lock Deck
|068||Edin the Persecuted
|274||Pope-Queen Cyrstin II
|091||Parmetic Holy Feast
|100||Summoner Mesmer’s Errand
How does this deck work?
As the key concept of this deck being conferring invisibility to your own creatures, this is rather defensive deck. Once you make your creatures invisibile, neither physical attack, magic attack or spell can damage your creatures i.e. the game over.
So your tactics of playing with this deck is to focus on how to complete your invisibility combo. In fact, Asahara reports almost all cards in this deck are there to support this concept in some way.
There are various ways to attain Invisibilty combo in this deck.
There are a few things that you need to keep in mind using this deck, though. One is the mana cost. As you can see from above, MH + MH will cost 12 mana. Even the cheapest Aegis + Edin would cost 8 mana. For this reason, this deck have Green Cubic and Jade Mimic.
ou are using Invibility Combo, they will target your key creature to try break your combo. So shorter the time between summoning one key creature to the other is the better.
1. High mana cost to complete the combo.
2. Defensive deck i.e. lacks fire power
Although there are couple creatures possessing the ability of negating Invibility effect, majority of players do not use any of these creatures. So main stay for metagame against this type of deck would be fieldquake spell and abilities.