Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel N/R Rarity Festival Decks - Gadgets
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Gadgets

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel N/R Rarity Festival Decks – Gadgets

An in-depth guide on how to play and build one of the best decks in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel N/R Rarity Festival
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel‘s second-ever event is just around the corner: The N/R Rarity Festival. This creates an environment for players to experience a brand new way to play the game and earn awesome rewards and prizes. However, in an event like this, it’s hard to tell which decks are good to play. To help, here’s a look at how to play Gadgets, one of the best decks to use for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel N/R Rarity Festival.

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The full deck list for Gadgets. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/Konami.


  • 3x Green Gadget
  • 3x Red Gadget
  • 3x Yellow Gadget
  • 3x Silver Gadget
  • 3x Gold Gadget
  • 3x Infinitrack Anchor Drill


  • 3x Mystical Space Typhoon
  • 3x Book of Moon


  • 3x Torrential Tribute
  • 3x Bottomless Trap Hole
  • 3x Compulsory Evacuation Device
  • 3x Traptrix Trap Hole Nightmare
  • 3x Oasis of Dragon Souls

Extra Deck

  • 1x Photon Papilloperative
  • 1x Number 50: Blackship of Corn
  • 1x Number 82: Heartlandraco
  • 1x Number 80: Rhapsody in Berserk
  • 1x Gagaga Samurai
  • 1x Super Quantal Mech Beast Aeroboros
  • 3x Heavy Armored Train Ironwolf
  • 2x Number 70: Malevolent Sin
  • 1x Aegaion the Sea Castrum
  • 1x Number 97: Draglubion
  • 1x Number 92: Heart-eartH Dragon
  • 1x Number C92: Heart-eartH Chaos Dragon

How the deck plays

This deck specializes in the grind game. With every original Gadget monster adding another copy on summon, players will never run out of monsters. As a result, they can chip away their opponent’s resources in the war of attrition. Once the opponent is whittled down, the deck excels at closing out games through the tempo offered by a board of Xyz monsters opponents cannot topple over.

However, the deck can also kill opposing players very quickly. The Gold and Silver Gadgets, as well as Infinitrack Anchor Drill, allow for quick access to the extra deck to bring out powerful Xyz monsters. Infinitrack Anchor Drill in particular can summon Rank 8 monsters, which are devastating in a limited format like this one. The combo of Number 97: Draglubion and Number 92: Heart-eartH Dragon can end games in one to two turns.

If all else fails, players can simply just rely on the powerful trap lineup and wait for the right moment to strike.

How to get the cards

All these cards are at Normal and Rare, making them incredibly easy to craft. Because of this, it’s not recommended to spend Gems in order to pull them out of packs. But if players have a burning hole in their wallet and want to open packs, these are the Secret Packs players can find the key cards in.

  • Shifting Gears
  • Dreadnought Advance
  • Number Recall
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