Banish Control decks revolve around “1 for 1” removal – through cards like D.D. Assailant, Wind-Up Juggler, and Widespread Ruin – and “1 for many” removal – through cards like Drowning Mirror Force and Amazoness Onslaught. The Amazoness engine is typically used to help maintain card advantage as the 1 for 1 trades leave both players depleted of resources. Banish Control is most effective against decks that rely exclusively on battle for removal, like Masked Heroes and Gladiator Beasts.
Average size: 22 cards
- D.D. Assailant: 3x in 50%
- Amazoness Swords Woman: 2x in 50%
- Wind-Up Juggler: 3x in 50%
- Widespread Ruin: 3x in 50%
- Breaker the Magical Warrior: 3x in 30%
- Drowning Mirror Force: 2x in 30%
- Sealed Tombs: 50%
- Holy Guard: 40%
- Endless Trap Hell: 10%
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- D.D. Assailant’s banish effect is mandatory, meaning that cards like Samurai Skull can essentially remove it for free.