In this guide, we will tell you how to beat Floowandereeze with some of the best tips and tricks. Follow the guide carefully to win this battle.

The burst of Destiny introduced the Floowandereeze archetype, which focuses on Normal/Tribute Summoning multiple times per turn. The archetype features Level 1 and Level 10 WATER and WIND Winged Beast monsters themed around the passage of three Arctic terns through various continents and encounters with different birds on their migratory journeys.

Level 10 monsters represent the North and South Poles, while Level 1 monsters represent the continents they visit on their journey. Floowandereeze is a combination of the words “flew,” “wander,” and “breeze”. In this guide, we will tell you how to beat Floowandereeze. 

Make the right selection of cards
Make the right selection of cards

Floowandereeze Playstyle

With “Floowandereeze & Empen” and “Floowandereeze & Snowl”, this deck aims to lock down the opponent through Normal Summon and banished effects. In addition to being high attack cards, both of them are special summoned monsters with high effects that negate your opponent’s special summoned monsters, forcing them to Normal Summon, which you can utilize for your own benefit by using the archetype’s spells and traps. 

There are also “Floowandereeze and the Dreaming Town” and “Floowandereeze and the Magnificent Map”, both of which help you tribute a card from your opponent with their Continuous spell “Floowandereeze and the Unexplored Wind”, leaving them with little possibility of countering.

Level 1 Monsters

Since their Level 1 monsters “Floowandereeze & Robina” and “Floowandereeze & Eglen” are capable of searching for Winged Beast monsters, the archetype greatly benefits from Winged Beast main deck boss monsters or floodgates. Cards like Mist Valley Apex Avian, Raiza the Mega Monarch, and Simorgh are great picks for interfering with the opponent’s turn. 

Considering the deck does not need any special summoning to achieve their power turn, and therefore only affects their opponents, as well as the fact that WIND has traditionally been one of the most difficult attributes to summon, Barrier Statue of the Stormwinds is an extremely potent floodgate for the deck.

The Harpie Harpist, as well as Harpie’s Feather Storm, are excellent additions to the archetype. A harpist can be a normal summon that allows you to trigger the archetype’s many normal summon effects without having to pay tribute while Harpie’s Feather Storm can lock down your opponent by negating all of their monsters’ effects.

“Floowandereeze & Toccan” can retrieve any spells or traps from any archetype that was banished during the Shifter turn, which is incredibly powerful for the deck, as the archetype wants their monsters banished.

Floowandereeze battle gameplay
Floowandereeze battle gameplay

How to beat Floowandereeze

As a general rule, the deck is particularly susceptible to hand traps and interruptions, since one interruption can effectively end their turn since their monsters prevent Special Summoning. “Droll & Lock Bird” and “Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring” are particularly potent against the archetype because their effects cannot be counteracted by “Floowandereeze and the Advent of Adventure”.

“Artifact Lancea” gives you the ability to remove the recurrent effects of the archetype’s low-level monster since it can’t be negated by Empen, giving you the opportunity to drain the deck of its resources and win through attrition.

“The Mask of Restrict” and “There Can Be Only One” will exclude them from fighting higher-level monsters. They should focus on spells and trap removal, as well as “Floowandereeze and the Unexplored Wind”.

Things to keep in mind

They will be stopped dead in their tracks by “Zombie World,” which will completely eliminate the need for tribute summoning and will leave even “Floowandereeze and the Unexplored Wind” meaningless. It will be particularly difficult if “Necroworld Banshee” is also present since she shields Zombie World from being destroyed or targeted by card effects.

As a result, backrow-heavy decks generally have a great advantage against the archetype since many of their cards focus on pressuring or restricting the Special Summon monster. Even their card removal “Floowandereeze and the Unexplored Wind” can only take care of the spells and traps, but not negate them or banish them.

Due to the archetype’s limited or no counterplay, spells and traps that negate monster effects are particularly effective against it. For breaking down their board, “Infinite Impermanence” and “Forbidden Droplet” are good cards.


So this is how to beat Floorwadereeze. This guide will definitely help you to understand all the things that is needed in order to beat Floorwadereeze.

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