Ananta control is a ticking time bomb, the deck’s main goal is to put up your opponent against the wall and force him to do desperate plays to get rid of your monsters or get out-resourced. If that isn’t evil enough, the deck uses the skill called Shadow Game, to burn your opponent every turn for each card in his graveyard, punishing them for doing/not doing something against your deck strategy.
May 4, 2018
All of these cards are optional but excellent additions.
Worm Barses is a great addition to the deck in case you start facing a lot of decks running Floodgate Trap Hole. Use his effect to flip Evil Dragon Ananta and continue using his effect.
Use Evil Dragon Ananta’s summon condition to reduce the amount of cards in your graveyard so you can take less damage from Shadow Game.
Don’t be afraid to protect Worm Linx. His effect will allow you to keep drawing the cards you need.
If your opponent tries to mill you out by not attacking Worm Linx, use Evil Dragon Ananta’s effect to destroy it.