Dragoncraft Guide and Decks

Dragoncraft
Deck Archetypes:
Archetypes Rating
PDK Dragoncraft New
Storm Ramp Dragoncraft
Updated for SFL
Aggro Dragoncraft
Updated for SFL
Ramp Dragoncraft
Updated for SFL
Discard Dragoncraft
Updated for SFL
Featured Decks
NA JP
Deck Date Sort ascending Views Cost
PDK Tempo Dragon: 30 Win Streak in Grand Master! Updated
10-14
Posted 10-14
9,538 35,600
PDK Dragoncraft: Reaching Grand Master with 77.4% (141/41) Win Rate! Updated
10-09
Posted 10-09
13,619 47,450
[Altema] Jabberwock Dragoncraft Updated
10-05
Posted 10-05
612 44,000
[Altema] PDK Dragoncraft Updated
10-05
Posted 10-05
6,702 38,800
[Altema] Ramp Dragoncraft Updated
10-05
Posted 09-28
10,349 57,500
User Created Decks
Deck Date Sort ascending Views Cost
Sublimated PDK Dragoncraft
Deck by Trellheim
Updated
10-18
Posted 10-16
115 45,400
A viable Dragonsong Flute deck!
Deck by Kumura
Updated
10-16
Posted 10-16
178 44,000
Jabbin Dragon
Deck by trCth
Updated
10-14
Posted 10-14
78 44,750
Aggro Storm Dragon
Deck by 初衷之樂
Updated
10-05
Posted 09-29
7,409 32,450
Agro-PDK Dragoncraft
Deck by CALiGeR_190
Updated
10-05
Posted 10-05
1,611 15,500
Class Overview

Dragon is a class that uses the [Overflow] Mechanic. Overflow takes place when you have 7 or more play points and your cards can gain additional abilities because of it! Typically to achieve overflow as quickly as possible, dragon focuses on several different cards to help them increase their play points. So unlike other classes, dragon can get to 10 play points in the span of 6 turns!

Class Staples

Breath of the salamander is an excellent removal spell for dragon. It does 3 damage to an enemy follower and if enhanced, it can deal 2 damage to all enemy followers. This means it can do up to 5 damage to its original target and potentially wipe out the rest of your opponents followers. It is a very versatile card and can be used in any dragon list!

"These black wings are Unbreakable!"

Forte is pretty much a staple in all dragon decks. She can do a large chunk of damage to your opponent the turn she comes out because she has storm. If you are in overflow, your opponent cannot attack her at all. They have to use some type of removal spell to kill her. The downside is that she is pretty easy to kill with weak damage abilities and spells but she more than makes up for it with explosiveness.

CardCost
Dragon Oracle Dragon Oracle 2

As soon as turn 2, you can begin increasing your play points with this card. As an added bonus, you get to draw a card from this card being used while you are in overflow so it could help you cycle to a card you may want!

CardCost
Ivory Dragon Unevolved Ivory Dragon 1

Ivory Dragon is a card that is capable of fitting into a great majority of dragon decks. It can be played early in the game as a decent game starter. But where it really shines is in you are in overflow. It allows you to draw a card essentially replacing itself in your hand. If you have an extra few slots in your deck and you don't know what to add, throw this in and give it a whirl!

Deck Archetypes:

Discard Dragon is very different than other dragon builds. It has many powerful effects at its disposal but at a cost. Many of those effects require you to discard a card from your hand (hence the name of the deck). If you are looking for a very interesting take on dragon decks, give this one a try!

Ever felt like you didn't have the play points you needed fast enough? Ever think "i really wish i could play my big guy on turn 5?" Then, ramp dragon is for you. Big followers faster than your opponent can deal with them!

Looking to deal high amounts of burst damage to your opponent? Want to ramp until you've reached the moon?! Storm Ramp Dragon is the deck for you! A bit different than that Regular Ramp Dragon, Storm ramp focus more on Storm followers to do large chunks of damage to your opponent!

Aggro Dragoncraft is a different type of aggro deck. While it is certainly capable of very aggressive plays in the early game, it actually acts as a control deck against your opponents aggressive decks due to its various damage and destruction effects!

PDK is a different style of dragon deck. It relies very heavily on its namesake card, Prime Dragon Keeper to keep the board under control and deal a substantial amount of unavoidable damage to the opponent. The deck can be a little tricky but with some practice, this deck is certainly worth the experience!