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Creative Deck Profile: RoseGold Metalfoes Rose Dragon with F.A.

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Strategic Summary:

Jumpstarting this week of profiles is another Metalfoes-centric build, this time building on their new support and throwing in a few extra archetypes. For a pure Metalfoes build, be sure to check out the last time I covered them here. If you haven’t entertained any thoughts of this archetype outside of Heavymetalfoes Electrumite, the Metalfoes archetype is a Pendulum theme designed to Fusion Summon, and their recent support only made that more consistent with Parametalfoes Fusion, which lets you use a material from the Extra Deck. While they’re in the Pendulum Zone, most Metalfoes monsters can destroy another face-up card to set a Metalfoes S/T to your field, giving the theme great consistency, but also synergy with themes that want their cards destroyed. Enter the F.A. engine.

The F.A. archetype includes multiple Field spells: F.A. City Grand Prix, F.A. Off-Road Grand Prix, and F.A. Circuit Grand Prix each can tutor an F.A. card whenever they’re destroyed by a card effect. Since they are also tutorable by F.A. Auto Navigator, your deck has streamlined access to a chain of destruction to use all the Metalfoes effects you desire. This also combines well with the second major engine, the Rose Dragon archetype. The Rose Dragons are a set of Dragon monsters used to support Plant Synchro Summoning while making Black Rose Dragon and Ruddy Rose Dragon, two destructive Synchro monsters. For example, Red Rose Dragon gets to Special Summon another Rose Dragon from the deck when used as Synchro material, and Roxrose Dragon tutors any card that lists Black Rose Dragon in its text, such as Basal Rose Shoot or Blooming of the Darkest Rose. Together, all of these cards give your Metalfoes strategy an extra dimension of Synchro Summoning, augmenting its normal Fusion capabilities for the better. Race to the top with the Metalfoes, with a few more archetypes in tow!

Provided Decklist:

Monsters: 23
||| Metalfoes Volflame
||| Metalfoes Goldriver
|| Metalfoes Silverd
|| Metalfoes Steelen
| Metalfoes Vanisher
||| Parametalfoes Melcaster
| White Rose Dragon
| Roxrose Dragon
||| Red Rose Dragon
||| Raremetalfoes Bismugear
| F.A. Auto Navigator

Spells: 14
| Instant Fusion
| Parametalfoes Fusion
|| Ready Fusion
| Pendulum Fusion
| Metalfoes Fusion
||| Summoner’s Art
| Fullmetalfoes Fusion
| Basal Rose Shoot
| F.A. City Grand Prix
| F.A. Off-Road Grand Prix
| F.A. Circuit Grand Prix

Traps: 6
||| Metalfoes Counter
| Blooming of the Darkest Rose
|| Metalfoes Combination

| Odd-Eyes Vortex Dragon
| Parametalfoes Azortless
|| Metalfoes Mithrilium
| Metalfoes Adamante
| Allvain the Essence of Vanity
| Ruddy Rose Dragon
| F.A. Motorhome Transport
| Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon
| Accel Synchro Stardust Dragon
| Odd-Eyes Meteorburst Dragon
| Black Rose Dragon
| Odd-Eyes Absolute Dragon
| Heavymetalfoes Amalgam
| Crystron Halqifibrax


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 with your ideas to keep under consideration! On most YGO-related communities my username is Quincymccoy, so feel free to reach out. Current pending requested profiles include: Dragonmaid, HERO, Neos, Labrynth, Danger!, S-Force, Scareclaw, Kozmo. Some of my prior requests was covered by participants in CDSS6 and even more were re-covered in CDSS7, so I highly suggest checking those out and subscribing to my channel for all of my latest profiles on YouTube!

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