The Geargia deck revolves around Monsters which can flip themselves face-down and have very powerful non-targeting destruction effects when flipped face-up. Since all the Monsters are Machine type, the deck has access to a wide range of tech options. The most relevant being Pulse Mines which is arguably the strongest defensive backrow card in the game. The deck’s strategy revolves around flipping your Monsters face-down and then flipping them face-up. Geargiattacker destroys Spell and Trap cards while Geargianchor destroys Monsters.
FUTURISTIC - August 22, 2018
Due to the wording of Geargiattacker, it can miss the timing to use its effect in situations where Desert Sunlight or Ghostick Scare is not chain-link one.
You cannot flip up a Geargia the turn it is Summoned but you can on the turn it is not Summoned. Therefore, it is good to use Powerful Rebirth in the end phase so that you can “flip-flop” your Monsters on your turn.
Geargiattacker and Geargianchor do not target. Therefore, your opponent must chain cards to these effects before you choose what to destroy.
It is almost always better to activate the effect of Geargiattacker before Geargianchor to force the use of, or destroy backrow cards including Amazoness Onslaught/Powerful Rebirth then you can destroy the monster summoned by their effects with Geargianchor.
When Desert Sunlight is activated the order in which effects activate is from left to right on your board so it is important to place monsters correctly so that Anchor actives before Attacker to play around Divine wrath and Ultimate providence. Against archfiend, you can make Archfiend Empress miss her timing by having anchor as chain link two instead.