Best Jinzo Deck In Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel

Jinzo is a fan-favorite character from the original Yu-Gi-Oh anime who has survived as a somewhat powerful card even into the current meta. His ability to negate trap effects effectively removes 1/3 of the game as an option, putting the unprepared opponent at a disadvantage. In this guide, we’ll show you how to build and play a Jinzo deck.

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Building a Jinzo Deck In Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel

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Playing The Jinzo Deck

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Jinzo Deck List

Building a Jinzo Deck In Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel

A Jinzo deck is all about one thing — Jinzo himself. All of the cards in this deck are built around getting Jinzo on the field as fast as possible and buffing him to take your enemy down. This deck makes it incredibly easy to link summon powerful OTK monsters from the extra deck, so ending games should be pretty easy.

Something to keep in mind when you play a Jinzo deck is that you won’t be able to make use of trap cards. Jinzo’s effect applies to both side of the board, so your own trap card activations will be negated when he’s face up on the field.

Playing The Jinzo Deck

You may find yourself asking at this point, “If Jinzo negates my own trap cards, why does this decklist include them?” A keen observer will notice that the 6 trap cards included in this deck are actually, ironically enough, incredibly useful for getting Jinzo out on the board.

Jinzo The Machine Menace can be special summoned from your hand if there’s a face-up trap card in either graveyard. By using these fast activate trap cards, you can get Machine Menace on the field incredibly fast.

Your Phantom Knight cards can be used to get Shade Brigandine to your hand. Then, you can place Shade Brigandine, flip it, and use it as extra deck summoning material. Then, once it’s in the graveyard, you can summon Machine Menace from your hand. If you want to get Jinzo out real fast, you can also just use Shade to tribute summon Jinzo.

Jinzo Deck List

Main Deck

  • Jinzo x3
  • Jinzo The Machine Menace x3
  • Jinzo – Lord x3
  • Psychic Megacyber x3
  • Psychic Bounder x2
  • Jinzo – Returner x3
  • Summoner Monk x3
  • Armageddon Knight x1
  • Plaguespreader Zombie x1
  • The Phantom Knights of Ancient Cloak x1
  • The Phantom Knights of Silent Boots x1
  • Monster Reborn x1
  • Foolish Burial x1
  • Called by The Grave x1
  • Allure of Darkness x3
  • Law of the Cosmos x3
  • Psychic Wave x3
  • Phantom Knights’ Fog Blade x3
  • The Phantom Knights of Shade Brigandine x3
  • Infinite Impermanence x3
  • Cyber Energy Shock x3
  • Jinzo – Jector x3

Extra Deck

  • Jinzo – Layered x1
  • Dhampir Vampire Sheridan x1
  • Number 41: Bagooska The Terribly Tired Tapir x1
  • Raider’s Knight x1
  • Arc Rebellion XYZ Dragon x1
  • Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS- Sky Thunder x1
  • Void Ogre Dragon x1
  • Knightmare Unicorn x1
  • The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardiche x1
  • Borrelsword Dragon x1

That’s everything you need to know to play this Jinzo deck! Check out our other Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel guides for more competitive decks for your favorite characters.

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