Yu-Gi-Oh! GX introduced Cyber Dragon alongside many other archetypes. Cyber Dragon has become a popular archetype in the trading card game. Konami has expanded this group of cards in many booster sets and structure decks. Konami’s latest expansion of the archetype is Structure Deck: Cyber Strike, and it features support for Cyberdark Dragon.
Structure Deck: Cyber Strike is the 52nd structure deck from Yu-Gi-Oh!. It is also the second structure deck with support for Cyber Dragon. It enhances the archetype with its new cards and powerful reprints.
- 48 Cards
- 5 Ultra Rare Cards
- 3 Super Rare Cards
- 40 Common Cards
- Deluxe Double-Sided Game Mat/Dueling Guide
Structure Deck Opening:
I have opened Structure Deck: Cyber Strike on YouTube. This video reveals all of the cards in the deck. It is a quick breakdown of each card.
New Cards: (4.5 / 5)
Structure Deck: Cyber Strike includes many new cards for Cyberdark Dragon. It has new fusion monsters, spells, and traps. They have powerful effects and some of them have become staples for the archetype.
The featured card from Structure Deck: Cyber Strike is Cyberdark End Dragon. The card on the cover is always the top monster in the deck. Cyberdark End Dragon lives up to the hype. Cyberdark End Dragon complements the archetype’s strategy of an OTK. This powerful fusion monster has 5,000 ATK and can attack multiple times in a single turn.
Cybernetic Horizon is one of the new and powerful cards from Structure Deck: Cyber Strike. This spell cad sets up combos for the deck. It adds a Cyber monster from the deck to your hand and it also sends a fusion monster to the graveyard. You may equip this fusion monster to one of your monsters.
For instance, Cybernetic Horizon may send Cyber End Dragon to the graveyard. Then, you may equip Cyberdarkness Dragon with that fusion monster such as Cyber End Dragon. Cyberdarkness Dragon gains the original ATK of Cyber End Dragon, and the total ATK of Cyberdarkness Dragon would be 6,000
Reprints: (5 / 5)
Structure Deck Review: Cyber Strike has many valuable reprints. It includes many important cards for the strategies of Cyber Dragon and Cyberdark Dragon. Most of these reprints are common cards in this structure deck.
One of the main attractions for Structure Deck: Cyber Strike is the reprint of Infinite Impermanence. This card is one of the best traps in Yu-Gi-Oh!. Infinite Impermanence negates the effects of an opponent’s monster. You may activate Infinite Impermanence from the hand if you do not control any cards on the field.
Another good reprint from Structure Deck: Cyber Strike is Cyber Dragon Core. It is a staple in decks with Cyber Dragon. This effect monster creates many combos. Cyber Dragon Core has the name of Cyber Dragon and you may use this effect monster in place of the true Cyber Dragon for fusion material and effects.
Strategy: (4 / 5)
The deck’s strategy is special summoning Cyberdark End Dragon and beating the opponent with a powerful attack. Many cards set up your fusion summons such as Fusion Tag and Fusion Deployment.
In addition, Overlord Fusion fusion summons your dark machine monsters from the extra deck. The best feature of the effect of Overload Fusion is the option to banish monsters from your graveyard as fusion material. The effect saves cards in your hand and reuses your fallen machines in the graveyard.
Furthermore, Cyber Dragon Core and Cyber Dragon Herz are key effect monsters to the deck. They provide consistency with their effects. Both monsters have the name of Cyber Dragon. You may use them as fusion material for Cyber End Dragon.
Cyberdark End Dragon is the deck’s boss. You want to attach two or more monsters to it. Cyberdark End Dragon has the potential to unleash multiple attacks in a single turn, and this fusion monster is a major threat with 5,000 ATK. If you have attached two monsters to Cyberdark End Dragon, then it may attack twice in a turn.
|SDCS-EN001||Attachment Cybern||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN002||Cyberdark Chimera||Ultra Rare||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN003||Cyber Dragon||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN004||Cyber Dragon Zwei||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN005||Cyber Dragon Drei||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN006||Cyber Dragon Vier||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN007||Cyber Dragon Nachster||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN008||Cyber Dragon Core||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN009||Cyber Dragon Herz||Super Rare||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN010||Cyber Pharos||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN011||Cyber Valley||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN012||Cyber Phoenix||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN013||Cyberdark Horn||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN014||Cyberdark Edge||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN015||Cyberdark Keel||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN016||Cyberdark Cannon||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN017||Cyberdark Claw||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN018||Leng Ling||Common||Union monster|
|SDCS-EN019||Jizukiru, the Star Destroying Kaiju||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN020||Gizmek Orochi, the Serpentron Sky Slasher||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN021||Gale Dogra||Common||Effect Monster|
|SDCS-EN022||Cyber Eternal||Common||Quick-Play Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN023||Cyberdark Realm||Ultra Rare||Continuous Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN024||Cyber Repair Plant||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN025||Cyber Emergency||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN026||Cyberload Fusion||Common||Quick-Play Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN027||Cyberdark Impact!||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN028||Cyberdark Inferno||Common||Field Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN029||Future Fusion||Common||Continuous Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN030||Fusion Deployment||Super Rare||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN031||Fusion Tag||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN032||Machine Duplication||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN033||Limiter Removal||Common||Quick-Play Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN034||Cyberdark Invasion||Common||Continuous Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN035||Cybernetic Revolution||Common||Normal Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN036||Infinite Impermanence||Super Rare||Normal Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN037||Power Wall||Common||Normal Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN038||Call of the Haunted||Common||Continuous Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN039||Paleozoic Canadia||Common||Normal Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN040||Cybernetic Overflow||Common||Normal Trap Card|
|SDCS-EN041||Cyber End Dragon||Ultra Rare||Effect Fusion Monster|
|SDCS-EN042||Chimeratech Overdragon||Common||Effect Fusion Monster|
|SDCS-EN043||Cyberdarkness Dragon||Common||Effect Fusion Monster|
|SDCS-EN044||Cyberdark End Dragon||Ultra Rare||Effect Fusion Monster|
|SDCS-EN045||Cyberdark Dragon||Common||Effect Fusion Monster|
|SDCS-EN046||Cybernetic Horizon||Ultra Rare||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN047||Power Bond||Common||Normal Spell Card|
|SDCS-EN048||Overload Fusion||Common||Normal Spell Card|
Overall, Structure Deck: Cyber Strike is good structure deck by Konami. New players and veterans can easily dive into the archetypes of Cyber Dragon and Cyberdark. You have many key cards for the archetypes. You can consistently play this structure deck and three copies of this structure deck make an amazing deck. Therefore, I recommend buying Structure Deck: Cyber Strike if you want to build a deck for Cyberdark Dragon.
Structure Deck Rating: (4.5 / 5)