- 4x Argomon BT2-042
- 4x Lalamon BT4-052
- 4x Terriermon Assistant BT5-046
- 4x Palmon BT5-047
- 4x Argomon BT2-045
- 4x Sunflowmon BT4-054
- 4x Weedmon BT5-050
- 4x Blossomon BT3-054
- 4x Lilamon BT4-059
- 4x HerculesKabuterimon ST4-13
- 2x Raflessimon BT5-056
The idea with this deck is pretty straightforward; digivolve fast and cheap, then spend digivolve sources for effect to ram through. I originally only included Digi-Bursters at Ultimate and up, but Rafflessimon's and Yoshino's Digi-Burst Tribal is enough to justify at least running the Terriermon and Sunflowmon.
Argomon BT2-042 is in there as a cheap additional Rookie, but the ideal version of this deck runs Palmon P-032 instead, I think. It's just that it's way too expensive at the moment. I wish Bandai would make promos more widely available after some given amount of time, because there's no reason for this card to be over $10, let alone almost $30.
I also wanted Kabuterimon ST4-08 somewhere in there, but the champion slots are pretty tight. That's a theme in several of the decks - a blocker would be nice, but synergy wins out in the end.
I could probably drop a Blossomon for an Argomon BT2-047, but that just seems a little mean. This deck is already probably my most efficient in terms of getting out a board reliably.