Cardfight Coalition

CDP: Constellar-Tellarknight Zefra – Tellar All Around, ft. CYAC Support

Bridge Constellar and Tellarknight into Constellarknight!


Strategic Summary:

Welcome back for the merging of constellations, as I apparently messed up by covering Tellarknight right before new support dropped. If you missed my more control-heavy profile, be sure to check that out first here: Here.

Anyways, the Tellarknight archetype consists of Level 4 LIGHT Warriors that all have various effects when summoned. That said, a few new Tellarknight monsters make their appearance here, as CYAC has a new wave of support designed to help both Constellar and Tellarknight strategies at once! Tellarknight Lyra (YGOrg Translation) is the first, who carries an effect to Special Summon itself from the hand when a Tellarknight or Constellar monster other than another copy of Lyra is Normal Summoned. Additionally, when Lyra is Summoned, you get to tutor a Tellarknight Spell from your Deck. The second new monster is Tellarknight Altea (YGOrg Translation), which can Special Summon itself from the GY when a Tellarknight or Constellar monster is Special Summoned. Once summoned, Altea can destroy cards up to the number of LIGHT or DARK Xyz Monsters you control. Remember, Darktellarknight Batlamyus changes the attribute of all monsters on the field to DARK, so this effects synergizes nicely with that part of the archetype. Arguably the most important new Tellar support card was their new Continuous Spell, Tellarknight Constellar (YGOrg Translation), which can Special Summon a Tellarknight or Constellar monster upon activation. Additionally, it can Special Summon a Tellarknight or Constellar Xyz monster from you Extra Deck by using a Tellar Xyz Monster with a different Rank as Xyz Material, allowing for you get easier access to great tools like Constellar Pleiades in a Tellarknight build!

Now all of these new cards are led by a brand new Rank 4 Xyz monster – Tellarknight Constellar Caduceus (YGOrg Translation). When Xyz Summoned, Caduceus recovers 1 Tellarknight and/or 1 Constellar card from your GY back to your hand, then it can banish a Tellarknight or Constellar monster from your deck to trigger its effect that activates when summoned. This gives you another activation of Tellarknight Altair‘s effect for example. Or, in my case, you can dig into having more Constellar monsters involved in the Tellarknight strategy for the first time! For example, banish Constellar Zubeneschamali, and you can tutor any Constellar monster from the deck. I like tutoring Constellar Caduceus, as it can be Special Summoned from the hand while you control a Constellar monster, as well as tutor a Constellar Spell. The other option is to look to Constellar Sombre, as Sombre can banish a Constellar from your GY to tutor another one, and then give yourself another Constellar Normal Summon. This is especially helpful against threats like El-Shaddoll Winda, as you’ll see in the second replay!

Now there’s one last facet to this strategy I haven’t covered yet – the Zefra. The Zefra Pendulum theme was created as a way to bridge multiple different archetypes back in one of the former lore series, and there are actually two Tellarknights among the ranks of the Zefra. Satellarknight Zefrathuban and Stellarknight Zefraxciton are two more Level 4 monsters that can advance your strategy – as well as get extra Tellarknights out of your hand via Pendulum Summon. Combine these with Zefra Providence and Oracle of Zefra, and you will always have access to Pendulum Summoning when needed. But the Zefra also have another secret weapon – Zefraath – which can move a Pendulum Monster from your Deck to your Extra Deck, stealing its Pendulum Scale and giving you another free monster to Xyz or Link Summon with, later in the turn. The power of the stars converge when the Constellar and Tellarknight join forces with their new support and the Zefra!

Provided Decklist:

Monsters: 26
|| Zefraath
| Constellar Zubeneschamali
|| Stellarknight Zefraxciton
| Satellarknight Unukalhai
||| Satellarknight Altair
|| Tellarknight Altea
||| Constellar Caduceus
| Satellarknight Sirius
| Constellar Sombre
||| Satellarknight Deneb
| Satellarknight Alsahm
||| Tellarknight Lyra
||| Satellarknight Zefrathuban

Spells: 15
| Reinforcement of the Army
| Constellar Twinkle
| Terraforming
||| Zefra Providence
| Monster Reborn
| Satellarknight Skybridge
| Tellarknight Genesis
| Constellar Star Chart
||| Tellarknight Constellar
|| Oracle of Zefra

Traps: 2
|| Stellarnova Alpha

Extra Deck:
| Constellar Ptolemy M7
| Stellarknight Constellar Diamond
| Constellar Pleiades
| Darktellarknight Batlamyus
| Stellarknight Delteros
|| Tellarknight Constellar Caduceus
|| Stellarknight Triverr
| Number 41: Bagooska the Terribly Tired Tapir
| Underworld Goddess of the Closed World
| Lyna the Light Charmer, Lustrous
| Sky Striker Ace – Azalea
| I:P Masquerena
| Gravity Controller


Note: This is continuing the style of Creative Deck Profile articles, designed to showcase a build through replays and an attached summary. If you wish to see a CDP for an archetype, theme, or strategy you love, feel free to private message me on the YGOrg Discord server, the comments section of any of my YouTube videos, or just post a comment in response to this article on our Facebook page or through the site with your ideas for me to keep under consideration! On most YGO-related communities my username is Quincymccoy, so feel free to reach out. Current pending requested profiles include: Hunder, Evil Eye

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