People tend to play Omegamon (Omnimon) as a central pillar in their deck, especially for blue and red color. With BT5 Battle of Omega releasing in next Friday (26 Feb 2021), blue color has one more Omegamon to add to their deck. In this post, Digimon Card Meta would like to introduce a blue deck with the combination of Omega chain from Gabumon and Hexeblaumon, the guardian.
LV3 Digimon and Digitama
For LV3 digimon, I use full set of Gabumon, now you can figure out what is my strategy … yes, this deck uses Nokia Shiramine Tamer. The Gabumon from BT1 give draw+1 when play, Gabumon from BT5 is able to get up-to 2 cards from deck (one contains"garurumon" and one contains "Omnimon") to put to hands, this is easy to achieve because this deck uses many garurumon and Omnimon. The Gabumon from starter deck can discard 1 digivolution source from the bottom of 1 opponent digimon, this is to support the Hexeblaumon strategy. I also use one copy of Gabumon from promo pack, to play from "when play" effect of Nokia.
This deck uses 4 copies of Tsunemon digitama to give 1000DP if this digimon name contains "garurumon" or Omnimom. You know, sometimes 1000DP is important to destroy opponent same level digimon. I also use 1 copy of Upamon to give draw+1 when attacking.
LV4 and LV5 Digimon
For LV4 digimon, the blocker from BT5 with only 1 cost to digivolve is included with 4 copies. Another 5 cards of LV4 are all Garurumon with useful inheritable effect for Hexablaumon and Omegamon.
There is 8 cards allocated for LV5 digimon, those are 3 copies of Weregarurumon from Starter Deck and 3 copies of MarineDevimon and 2 copies of Cryspaledramon from BT5. The one from starter deck give SecurityAttack+1 if opponent has a digimon without digivolution source and the MarineDevimon is cheap to digivolve and Cryspaledramon can remove digivolution source when it's digivolving and also give securityattack+1 if opponent ha a digimon without digivolution source. There is no need to use all the digimon with "garurumon" in its name in LV5, so we can save Nokia to use when digivolve to LV6.
LV6 and LV7 digimon
I use 3 copies of Hexeblaumon to control the attack from digimon without digivolution source, those digimon without digivolution source cannot block or attack. I plan to leave this digimon at LV6 without digivolve to LV7. But if both Omnimon X and Fuse Into the Ultimate Digimon in hands and opponent have a powerful LV7 digimon, I will digivolve to LV7 Omnimon X to delete the digimon that have 15000DP (A LV7 digimon).
The other LV6 is MetalGarurumon from BT5 (2 copies) and Starterdeck (2 copies). With Nokia in the field, we can save 1 cost when digivolving into these digimon. In different situation, we can directly move to LV7 Omnimon with Blitz attack even the memory is in opponent side. It is a good combo to use MetalGaruru from starter deck with [BT5-086] Omnimon, MetalGaruru can attack twice then digivolve to Omnimon, unsuspend it and do another attack. If in it digivolution source have LV5 that give securityAttack+1, then this combo alone can check up-to 6 securities.
Option and Tamer
Nokia Shiramine is obviously needed for this deck (4 copies).
For the option card, I use 2 copies of Aqua Viber (to return opponent blocker), 2 copies of Hammer Spark (when memory is needed for [ST2-11]MetalGaruru just in case opponent controls the memory) and 2 copies of Fuse Into Ultimate Digimon (to use with Omnimon X when we need a final attack to delete one opponent's powerful LV7 digimon with its "when attacking" effect to avoid losing in next turn)
3 thoughts on “A Blue Omegamon deck with support from Hexeblaumon”
I count 51 cards. Any suggestions on what you'd remove?
I did not notice that it is 51 cards. By the way, I recommend to remove 1 copy of BT5 MetalGarurumon, 6 LV6 cards for the deck would be the best distribution and this card's effect is limited to certain deck so 1 copy is enough.
Thanks! I am excited to try this deck out.