Ananta Control is a ticking time bomb; the deck’s main goal is to put your opponent up against a wall and force them into desperate plays to get rid of your monsters or get out-resourced. If that isn’t evil enough, the deck uses 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.
Because this deck has been out of the meta for a while, we do not have enough statistics on the deck to generate an up-to-date breakdown. See below for the most recent available decklists.
- 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.