The best Blue decks for the Digimon Card Game (2020)

Build these Blue decks for easy victories.

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If you want to consistently win against your friends in the Digimon Card Game, or maybe even win a tournament, your best bet is to utilize a premade deck that’s already seen success. Blue decks can be daunting for many players, as they can be played in many different ways. But this guide will walk you through the best Blue Digimon Decks and what makes them so great.

Evolution

This is a pure evolution deck that is great for anyone not interested in playing aggro. Early in the match, you can utilize your Upamon for consistent draws to get ahold of your evolution cards as soon as possible. Loaderliomon is your second key card in this deck. It’s an incredibly powerful level five-card that has a whopping 10000 power. The third powerful card from this deck is Metalgarurumon. You can use Metalgarurumon’s ability to summon a Garurumon that activates another Digimon on your board. This gives you excellent board control and a ton of ways to evolve. 

Deck list

  • Upamon x4
  • Elecmon x4
  • Gomamon x4
  • Garumon x3
  • Gorillamon x4
  • Monzzaemon x4
  • Loaderliomon x3
  • Metalgarurumon x3
  • Omnimon x4
  • Demiveemon x1
  • Betamon x3
  • Gomamon x4
  • Grizzlymon x4
  • Weregarurumon x2
  • Plesiomon x4
  • Vulcan’s Hammer x4

Increased Memory

Gomamon is the star card of this deck that will give you an abundance of Memory early in the game. You can use this extra Memory to pull out cards such as Ulforceveedramon to increase your Memory further. With your high Memory, you can throw out multiple Aeroveedramon to secure your victory. 

Deck list

  • Upamon x1
  • Gabumon x2
  • Gomamon x4
  • Leomon x4
  • Gorillamon x4
  • Demiveemon x4
  • Veemon x4
  • Veedramon x4
  • Aeroveedramon x4
  • Ulforceveedramon x4
  • Rina Shinomiya x4
  • Weregarurumon x2
  • Taichi (V-Tamer) x4
  • Gomamon x4
  • Grizzlymon x2
  • Matt Ishida x4

Raw Power

Like the Evolution deck, this one relies on Upamon to get an early card advantage. Unlike that deck, however, Raw Power relies on raw damage with cards such as Wanyamon and Elecmon. If you can get your big damage cards out early, you can easily close the game off with your Grizzlymons and Plesiomon. 

Deck list

  • Upamon x4
  • Wanyamon x1
  • Elecmon x4
  • Gabumon x4
  • Leomon x4
  • Garurumon x2
  • Gorillamon x1
  • Monzaemon x4
  • Zudomon x2
  • Metalgarurumon x4
  • Omnimon x3
  • Matt Ishida x2
  • Aeroveedramon x4
  • Gabumon x4
  • Grizzlymon x2
  • Plesiomon x3
  • Matt Ishida x4