CDP: Mannadium, Tearlaments, Scareclaw: Visas Lore in a Clear New World in 2023, ft. DUNE Support

Watch Visas Starfrost gather his alter egos.


Strategic Summary:

Welcome to today’s CDP, an abomination that combines the best of three themes that connect lore-wise to Visas Starfrost, a Level 6 Tuner that can Special Summon itself by destroying 1 non-LIGHT, non-Warrior monster you control. The first archetype on Visas’ grand adventure is the Mannadium, which is the first archetype to encourage you to Synchro Summon with all Tuners! As far as the connection to Visas, Mannadium Meek and Mannadium Fearless each Special Summon another copy of themselves from the deck when destroyed, and they just received a new Tuner in Mannadium Trid (YGOrg Translation), which summons any Mannadium Tuner when destroyed. Additionally, each can be Special Summoned while you control Visas, or a monster with 1500ATK/2100DEF, which in this archetype, is Mannadium Riumheart, which also carries an effect to destroy a Mannadium monster you control. Finally, this theme also brings a powerful Field Spell in the form of Peaceful Planet Calarium, which tutors any Mannadium or Visas Starfrost on activation. It also has a second effect that Special Summons a Tuner that is destroyed by battle or card effect, such as via Visas’s effect.

Moving to the second archetype, we enter the watery domain known as the Primeval Planet Perlereino to meet the Tearlaments archetype. This theme of DARK Aqua monsters is led by Tearlaments Reinoheart, their 1500ATK/2100DEF monster, which sends any other Tearlaments monster from the deck to the GY when summoned. Given that the other Tearlaments monsters trigger a Fusion Summon when sent to the GY by card effect, this lets you field threats such as Tearlaments Kaleido-Heart and even Tearlaments Rulkallos, by substituting Muddy Mudragon of course. As for the third and final archetype, we have the Beast Scareclaws that live on the Primitive Plant Reichphobia. This carries the smallest representation in the build, as Scareclaw Light-Heart is a LINK-1 monster summoned using Visas Starfrost that happens to tutor the Field Spell, which tutors Scareclaw Reichheart, which summons itself and tutors Scareclaw Arrival. This chain of events allows you to make a Level 10 Synchro like Baronne de Fleur, or if you already used your copy of Mannadium Imaginings, you can turn Reichheart into a Tuner to Synchro Summon Mannadium Prime-Heart with your two Tuners!

Closing out our journey is the newest support cards for Visas Starfrost – support cards that just support him in all of his travels! Veda Karantha (YGOrg Translation) is a new corrupted version, which summons itself from the hand when a card on the field is destroyed by card effect and a Visas Starfrost is on the field. Do so, and it tutors Clear New World from your Deck or GY! There’s also a new Synchro Monster that doubles as Visas Starfrost, Visas Amritara (YGOrg Translation), which is a Level 8 Synchro that tutors any Spell/Trap that lists Visas, from any of the Field Spells mentioned earlier to Pristine Planets Amritara (YGOrg Translation)! Or if you don’t need yet another Field Spell, you can turn to other options like Trivikarma, New World Formation (YGOrg Translation), or the New World Full of Stars (YGOrg Translation). See how all of these themes can interact and support each other, and take a journey across planets with Visas Starfrost!

Provided Decklist:

Monsters: 23
|| Veda Karantha
||| Visas Starfrost
| Tearlaments Scheiren
||| Mannadium Riumheart
||| Tearlaments Reinoheart
| Scareclaw Reichheart
| Tearlaments Havnis
| Tearlaments Merrli
||| Mannadium Fearless
||| Mannadium Meek
|| Mannadium Trid

Spells: 18
| Mannadium Imaginings
| Clear New World
| Reinforcement of the Army
| Foolish Burial Goods
| The Worlds as One
||| Mannadium Abscission
| Terraforming
| Scareclaw Arrival
| Set Rotation
| Primitive Planet Reichphobia
| Pristine Planets Amritara
|| Primeval Planet Perlereino
||| Peaceful Planet Calarium

Traps: 8
|| Trivikarma
| A Shattered, Colorless Realm
|| New World Formation
| Mannadium Breakheart
| New World Full of Stars
| Mannadium Reframing

Extra Deck:
| Tearlaments Kaleido-Heart
| Vicious Astraloud
| Tearlaments Rulkallos
| Garura, Wings of Resonant Life
| Mudragon of the Swamp
| Bystial Dis Pater
| Mannadium Prime-Heart
| Swordsoul Supreme Sovereign – Chengying
| Baronne de Fleur
| Adamancipator Risen – Dragite
| Visas Amritara
| Muddy Mudragon
| Spright Sprind
| Cross-Sheep
| Scareclaw Light-Heart


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: Gunkan, Volcanic, Crimson Dragon, Salamangreat, Red Dragon Archfiend, Earthbound, Crystron w/Icejade

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3 thoughts on “CDP: Mannadium, Tearlaments, Scareclaw: Visas Lore in a Clear New World in 2023, ft. DUNE Support

  • May 18, 2023 at 11:39 pm

    Isn’t this line up missing Kashtira, or is it not possible to incorporate them into this hodge podge of a deck?

    • May 19, 2023 at 1:05 pm


      I did mess around with Kashtira as well, but it actually made it function quite worse. The Kashtira cards are amazing on their own, but they don’t really play all that well with the rest of the Visas storyline cards unless you go all-in on a ton of their support. That’s mainly cause their Level 4 1500/2100, Kashtira Riseheart, locks you into Xyz monsters, while all the other archetypes lets you have your cake and eat it too. Is it possible to build with Kash as well? Probably. But I don’t think it would be as functional as just focusing on the three other themes, so that’s why I excluded it here.

    • May 20, 2023 at 1:09 am

      ahh, okay, thanks for the answer and confirmation, I actually didn’t remember that fact about Riseheart. keep up the good work

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