Shine Yellow Tamer Party
- 4x Agumon BT2-033
- 4x Patamon BT1-048
- 4x Salamon BT3-033
- 4x Gatomon BT3-035
- 4x GeoGreymon BT4-035
- 2x Piddomon BT4-042
- 4x RizeGreymon BT2-038
- 4x RizeGreymon BT4-017
- 4x ShineGreymon BT2-041
- 2x Chaosmon: Valdur Arm BT4-091
I built a second yellow deck because I was so enamored with the apparent archetype. Dump a bunch of Yellow Tamers on the board and start handing out DP penalties like candy.
I managed to make this with only light crossovers with the Pillowfight deck. I have spare Piddomon; I bought some Seven Heavens ST3-16 which will replace the Purge Shine once they're in; and I used the other half of the T.K. playset we have. Originally I was considering a full complement of T.K., but another pair are too expensive to justify for something I already have a playset of, and he's primarily there for the memory fixing - his on-play isn't worth as much as the effects of the other Tamers in this deck since I have a few ways to cheat him out without triggering it.
I'm only running two Piddomon because I wanted the space for a full set of Seven Heavens, but I have a couple set aside in case I end up needing more Champions - I might even cut the Chaosmon if it turns out I generally don't want to ditch a ShineGreymon to get it. I also like SlashAngemon BT1-062 and ClavisAngemon BT3-042, but with ShineGreymon being the focus of the deck and the presence of Chaosmon there just isn't enough room for them.
On the lower level Digimon, I focused more on When Attacking DP penalties over payoffs for kills - the card and DP advantage should be enough. If testing doesn't bear that out I have a few other options in the wings - Angemon BT1-055 or Meicoomon BT4-041 in place of Gatomon, Patamon ST3-04 or Labramon BT1-049 instead of Salamon, and Tokomon ST3-01 over Koromon.