I haven't posted anything here in a while, so I think I'm going to start with a series on some Digimon decks I've made recently.

## Blurple Memory

### Digi-Eggs (4)

### Digimon (34)

- 4x Gomamon BT1-030
- 4x Guilmon BT5-071
- 4x Tsukaimon BT3-079
- 4x Leomon BT1-035
- 4x Devidramon BT3-081
- 4x Garurumon BT2-073
- 4x Jokermon BT5-078
- 4x WereGarurumon BT2-078
- 2x ChaosGallantmon BT5-081

### Tamers (4)

### Options (12)

The basic idea of the deck here is to find as many ways to move the memory counter as far to my side as possible. This is achieved primarily through on-deletion effects; larger digimon and some options provide means to either sacrifice digimon for effect or return rookies to play as grist for the mill. The idea is to play very aggressively, tossing rookies at the Security Stack and lengthening my turn at once.

The majority of the deck is purple to take advantage of the rookie rush mechanics in that color; there are also more on-deletion memory gain effects in that color. Blue is added primarily for access to Hammer Spark, but the ability to run BT1 Leomon is an added bonus - its effect is very flavorful and funny, hard to pass up

## Addendum: Changes

I made the following changes to the deck after further consideration;

- -4x Gomamon BT1-030
- -4x Leomon BT1-035
- -4x Devidramon BT3-081
- -4x Jokermon BT5-078
- -1x WereGarurumon BT2-078
- +4x Tapirmon BT2-070
- +4x Devimon BT2-074
- +3x Kimeramon BT2-077
- +2x Anubismon BT4-087
- +4x Matt Ishida ST2-12

Gomamon to Tapirmon was a straight translation; the Leomons became Matts. I cut one WereGarurumon and all Jokermons, replacing them with a pair of Anubismon and a trio of Kimeramon. Finally the Devidramon lost its *-dra-*; I figure the retaliation effect is generally worth more than 1 memory when deleted as an Ultimate.