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YuGiOh Fire Fist Deck Review The Brotherhood Profile

YuGiOh Cards Game Brotherhood of the Fire Fist Tiger KingWow! This deck just came out and all ready is startingto make an impact to the meta. It could be due to it being new and people not understanding what it does. Or it’s just that good of a deck. I’m going to assume it’s a combination of both.

You see this deck has a mix of big Beast-Warrior type beaters and various forms of removal. It also has plenty of spell and trap support for the big Beast-Warriors. The Fire Fists have countless tools at their disposal to help them achieve victory.

One of the main support cards this deck has is Fire Formation – Tenki. This is the Reinforcement of the Army of the deck, except it’s for Beast-Warrior types. This card alone can win games for the fire fist player. You see this card most likely will be getting the main monster in the deck, Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear.

This Ultra Rare of the Brotherhood of The Fire Fist Deck, Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear is one of the strongest search effects in the Fire Fist strategy. Connect for even a single point of damage and you search a Fire Formation from your deck: that means a +1 that can easily become a +2 if the card you searched was Fire Formation – Tenki. The fact that it can then trade that face-up Fire Formation to destroy an opposing monster is just brutal: it clears the way for its own attacks, which literally add more fuel to the fire.

As a Level 4, Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear helps Fire Fists bring out their key Rank 4′s, and its stats give it synergy with Brotherhood of The Fire Fist-Tiger King, the Fire Fist boss monster. It partners really well with Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Gorilla.

Fire Fist duelists have quickly adopted one of my favorite cards, Rescue Rabbit, to bring out either Vorse Raider or Gene-Warped Warwolf. While Rescue Rabbit has usually been played just to bring out the Normal Dinosaur-types, Sabersaurus and Kabazauls, there have always been plenty of other powerful Normal Monsters to summon. Gene-Warped Warwolf gives the biggest body of a Level 4 monster without a drawback at 2000 ATK, which is perfect for running over Thunder King Rai-Oh; a highly problematic card for Fire Fists as it shuts down Fire Formation – Tenki and your Xyz and Synchro Summons. Vorse Raider is also a respectable 1900 ATK, and it’s a Dark attribute, which pairs nicely with Deck Devastation Virus and any Fire Formation.

Brotherhood of the Fire Fist Bear YuGioh Card GameRescue Rabbit gives the deck the explosive play of making Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Tiger King or any other powerful Rank 4 Xyz. Tiger King not only gives you a +1 with its search effect, but it also lets Fire Fist duelists run through cards like Gachi Gachi Gantetsu, Wind-Up Zenmaines, and Maestroke the Symphony Djinn after turning off their abilities. His third effect, while not always relevant, lets you set up an Xyz Summon for the next turn by Special Summoning any two Level 4 or lower Beast-Warriors with the same ATK (most often a pair of Vorse Raider, Gene-Warped Warwolf, Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear, or Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Dragon).

Yet Rescue Rabbit and the powerful Normal Monsters are merely a sideshow to the star of the deck, Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear. I previously mentioned Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear above and its ability to destroy any monster, even face-downs. But Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear truly shines in Fire Fists where it’s able to use all of its abilities. Whenever Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear deals damage to your opponent, you can grab one Fire Formation Spell from your deck and set it on the field, a powerful +1. You’re most likely to get Fire Formation – TensuFire Formation – Tenki is also solid, allowing you to further sculpt your hand. Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear is the first thing you normally search with Fire Formation – Tenki, and forces your opponent to play around the possibility anything they Summon getting destroyed just a turn later.

With so many powerful cards being run in this deck, can you see why this is such a beast deck (pun intended) to deal with?

Check out a Fire Fist Deck that recently topped a tournament with side and extra deck too.

Monsters: 18
3 – Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear
3 – Gene-Warped Warwolf
3 – Vorse Raider
2 – Rescue Rabbit
2 – Effect Veiler
2 – Tour Guide From the Underworld
1 – Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Gorilla
1 – Maxx “C”
1 – Sangan

Spells: 12
3 – Mystical Space Typhoon
3 – Fire Formation – Tenki
2 – Fire Formation – Tensu
1 – Forbidden Lance
1 – Heavy Storm
1 – Dark Hole
1 – Monster Reborn

Traps: 12
2 – Bottomless Trap Hole
2 – Compulsory Evacuation Device
2 – Fire Formation – Tensen
2 – Mirror Force
2 – Solemn Warning
1 – Solemn Judgment
1 – Starlight Road

Sideboard: 15
3 – Dimensional Fissure
3 – Rivalry of Warlords
2 – Shadow Imprisoning Mirror
2 – Soul Taker
2 – Deck Devastation Virus
1 – Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Gorilla
1 – Dust Tornado
1 – Effect Veiler

Extra Deck: 15
2 – Brotherhood of The Fire Fist-Tiger King
1 – Diamond Dire Wolf
1 – Gagaga Cowboy
1 – Leviair the Sea Dragon
1 – Maestroke the Symphony Djinn
1 – Number 16: Shock Master
1 – Number 17: Leviathan Dragon
1 – Number 30: Acid Golem of Destruction
1 – Number 39: Utopia
1 – Number 50: Blackship of Corn
1 – Photon Papilloperative
1 – Stardust Dragon
1 – Steelswarm Roach
1 – Wind-Up Zenmaines

Go get your hands on a Fire Fist deck here: Brotherhood of The Fire Fist Deck

What do you think of the Brotherhood of The Fire Fist Deck? Leave your comments below.

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