Neopets TCG Awesome Decks: Negg-Tastic!
Hello! Do you like the Neopets Trading Card Game? I do! If you do, then you probably
have some difficulty finding a good deck. Am I right? Like most players, you probably
do. Well, I know there are so many other Neopets TCG decks articles out there,
but they all cover different deck types. But have you seen one with a negg deck?
I think not. You have? LIAR! Well, either way, negg decks are a fun deck to make.
You can use the deck shown here, or you can substitute the neggs with others.
More variations are at the end of this article. This deck is a bit expensive,
so check out other articles for cheaper decks. These cards are only from the Base
Set and Battle for Meridell. Also, this deck is not a very tournament worthy one.
I only use it for non tournament play only. Well, without further ado, Negg Mania.
Yellow Korbat x3
Green Korbat x2
Green Mynci x2
Blue Mynci x3
Notes: The Korbats are good Basics With high Intelligence. Mynci's are necessary
for Cackling Negg, and their agility is high.
Mynci Tourist x2
Ghost Korbat x2
Notes: The Mynci Tourist allows you to be an almost unstoppable force in agility.
Ghost Korbat has hideous strength, but is awesome in the other three arenas,
plus he can move around rivals.
Koya, Korbat Huntress x2
Count Boris x2
Jeran, Meridell Knight x2
Notes: Boris is able to go in any arena making him versatile. Plus, if he loses
his contest, he's untapped and moved to a different arena to prove himself for
his next contest. Jeran is one of the powerful ways in this deck to hold down
strength. Send him there, have him get a bank or draw, and destroy all equipment
into your opponent's hands! MUAHAHAHA! Koya can hold down a couple of arenas,
and you can arrange the top five cards in your deck!
Werelupe King x3
This deck needs most of its space for neggs, but Werelupe King still earns
his stay. He can hold down strength, which is our weakest arena, agility, and
a little bit in magic.
Korbat's Cape x3
Wand of Confusion x3
Again not much room. These cards help in the arena that is pretty weak (Magic)
with the Wand and the Cape. Only put the Cape on your Korbats, and keep them
in the magic arena so you can be pretty powerful in that arena.
Ferocious Negg x3
Cackling Negg x3
Silver Negg x3
Brown Negg x3
Striped Negg x3
The heart and soul of this deck. All of the neggs have good bonuses or special
abilities. Ferocious Negg gets your other neggs out to your hand. Cackling Negg
is very useful for agility as long as you have neggs in your bank. Silver Negg
and Brown Negg are great because of their amazing bonuses. Striped Negg is great
for agility boosting.
The original version of this deck ran a lot more neggs, but I would never
get the right cards besides the neggs, so now there are only 15.
SOMETHING HAS HAPPENED
Buzzer Storm x3
Buzzer Storm delays your opponent, which is good for pesky speed decks. Chomp!
is just amazing. Look at the card. See what I mean?
Total Cards (not included neopets stack): 40
HOW TO PLAY IT
This deck’s premise (or basis) is that neggs help you greatly in any arena.
Get as many neggs in contests or your bank. Do not let them lay idle in your
hand! Place Werelupe King in strength and your opponents will have a hard time
in that arena. Play the Myncis in agility, as there they are most worthy. Equip
the Korbats with their capes and have them venture to the magic arena. Your
Korbats also should take on the intelligence arena. If you're having a rough
time in an arena, use Chomp! To greatly help there.
This deck does take a while to get running, so use Buzzer Storm to stop your
opponent from a quick and unexpected win.
In all, this deck will be able to beat plenty other decks.
HOW YOU CAN BEAT IT
This deck takes awhile to get in motion like I said, so a simple, but powerful
speed deck should be able to get the job done best. The Maraquan Deck from Neopets
Magazine also has large success in defeating this deck. This deck will lose
against other various decks, but like always, it usually doesn’t take the deck
to win, but the player himself (or herself).
There are many other variations of this deck. Some run more neggs, some run
other neopets. But they all use neggs.
One of the other variations which I find odd is the Rainbow Negg deck. This
deck has one or two of every faerie type (fire, water, earth, air, dark, light)
and uses all the neggs they can. This results in them not using anything but
neggs (40 neggs!!!!!!), not even heroes, villains, Something Has Happened! Cards,
Curses, or Equipment!!!!!! I have played against this deck and it is very exciting
to play against.
The other variation that deserves an honorable mention has plenty of game
power. It’s called Blasto Ram! Please don’t ask why, as my friend made the name.
This only uses 15 neggs like this one does, but is filled to the brim with heroes
and villains and equipment!!!! The premise of this deck is that you must hold
on ‘till you get those neggs, and when you do, use them like crazy!!!!
If you do play the Rainbow Negg, then you should be able to hold down any arena
you can to win. Make sure that your opponent will have only one arena to bank
or draw. Also, you should try changing it around a bit by adding in some hand
destruction (or deck destruction) cards to make your opponent draw more often.
They also might not be able to bank if you destroy their hand enough!!!
Blasto Ram! Will make you use your neggs more sparingly, so use them wisely!
Again in this deck, hold down every arena, so your opponent can’t have a quick
In all, this deck is Negg-Tastic!