CDP: Spirit Megalith Noble Knight, ft. Camelot, Realm of Noble Knights and Noble Arms

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Strategic Summary:

Welcome to today’s Casual Deck Profile, this time taking Camelot, Realm of Noble Knights and Noble Arms out for a unique spin. This brand new TCG-World Premiere card recently debuted in the 25th Anniversary Tin that released a few weeks ago, and it offers the effect to banish itself until the next Standby Phase, place Noble Knights of the Round Table from anywhere to your Field Zone, then you can either Special Summon 1 Artorigus monster from your Deck/GY or tutor a Noble Arms card. Many decks can learn to love having a free Level 4 monster every single turn, and that’s what Camelot offers today’s strategy. So let’s talk about the next element of this build, the Spirit monsters! Led by Aratama and Sakitama, these Spirits are Level 4 monsters that not only improve your board, but they give you access to even more Level 4 monsters being added to your board. Whether it is Normal Summoning Sakitama to make a Rank 4 such as Gallant Granite or just using the summon to Link Summon Cross-Sheep, these extra Level 4 bodies that we’re building up with will have a big impact once I introduce the primary archetype of this profile – the Megalith.

The Megalith theme consists of EARTH Rock Ritual monsters and are one of the only Ritual themes to have no Ritual Spells of their own. Instead, they get by and Ritual Summon using their monster effects, such as Megalith Hagith, Megalith Och, or Megalith Ophiel Ritual Summoning a monster from the hand by tributing itself and any other necessary tributes to meet the Level requirement. If you don’t like the Level 4 Ritual options, you can also turn to the Level 8 Ritual Monsters, as both Megalith Bethor and Megalith Aratron can be discarded to perform a Ritual Summon a Megalith Ritual Monster from the hand. These aren’t the only way to Ritual Summon for the theme though, as it also has a Quick-Play Spell, Megalith Expansion, which can Ritual Summon 1 Megalith from the Deck by tributing a total Level of monsters exactly twice that Ritual’s Level. Finally, the theme’s most powerful enabler is Megalith Phul, a Level 2 Ritual Monster that can change its Level into that of any Ritual Monster you recover from the GY with its first effect, then it carries a Quick Effect to Ritual Summon a Megalith from your hand or Deck! While I haven’t gone into detail on what the other Megalith Rituals do when Ritual Summoned in this description, I promise you they are worth it, as they advance your gamestate by disrupting the opponent or adding new cards to your hand for further combos. But enough about that, let’s talk about how this strategy begins to all fit together.

When it comes to using Camelot and Noble Knight Artorigus, there is another card that needs to be highlighted, since we are talking about a Ritual Deck after all: Advanced Ritual Art. That’s right, this iconic Ritual Spell that uses Normal Monsters as material from the Deck makes an appearance today, since Camelot doesn’t care if your Artorigus is in the Deck or GY! Another way that this seemingly convoluted strategy holds together is all of the search power. Whether it is Granite grabbing any Megalith or the entire Impcantation engine (Impcantation Candoll, Impcantation Talismandra, and Impcantation Chalislime) ensuring access to any Ritual Spell or Ritual Monster you need at the time, this deck has plenty of ways to grab what it needs. Heck, you can even Ritual Summon Shinobaron Shade Peacock to tutor both a Spirit Monster and Ritual Spell at the same time, and it even happens to be Level 4 to work with Artorigus and Advanced Ritual Art. And never forget Diviner of the Herald, which inadvertently tutors any Ritual card with the help of Herald of the Arc Light. Is this build insane? Probably, but I’ll leave that up to you all to decide once you watch the profile! Enjoy the combination of Spirits, Megalith, and a touch of Noble Knight!

Provided Decklist:

Monsters: 31
|| Noble Knight Artorigus
|| Impcantation Talismandra
|| Aratama
|| Sakitama
| Impcantation Candoll
| Impcantation Penciplume
||| Diviner of the Herald
| Cyber Egg Angel
| Black Luster Soldier – Legendary Swordsman
| Amorphactor Pain, the Imagination Dracoverlord
| Megalith Aratron
|| Megalith Bethor
| Impcantation Chalislime
| Shinobaron Shade Peacock
||| Megalith Ophiel
||| Megalith Hagith
| Megalith Och
||| Megalith Phul

Spells: 17
| Terraforming
|| Advanced Ritual Art
| Impcantation Inception
||| Megalith Unformed
| Set Rotation
||| Piercing the Darkness
||| Camelot, Realm of Noble Knights and Noble Arms
| Noble Arms Museum
| Noble Knights of the Round Table
| Ritual Sanctuary

Trap: 1
| Megalith Emergence

Extra Deck:
||| Herald of the Arc Light
| Time Thief Redoer
| Gallant Granite
| Number 41: Bagooska the Terribly Tired Tapir
| Evilswarm Exciton Knight
| Abyss Dweller
| Gagaga Cowboy
| Number 60: Dugares the Timeless
| Nephthys, the Sacred Flame
| Dyna Mondo
| S:P Little Night
| I:P Masquerena
| Cross-Sheep


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: Fluffal, SPYRAL, Inzektor, Majespecter, Thunder Dragon, Metaphys, Silenforce, Infernoid

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