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YuGiOh - Marik Structure Deck
A Long Awaited TCG Release: Structure Deck Marik
Way back - March 25th 2004, fact fans - there was a YuGiOh! structure deck released in Japan for the OCG celebrating Marik's deck in the anime. We waited but it never appeared in English. Now years later, when we'd long since given up hope, we've finally got an English-Language TCG Marik Structure Deck - released on October 19th 2010. On this page, you'll find everything you need to know about the deck, including a background, full spoiler list, videos, a card list for the old OCG Marik Structure Deck, featured cards, price comparisons and much more. Make sure to vote for your favourite card and give us your thoughts on the confirmed card list on our guestbook too.
The Marik Structure Deck is the first deck released since Duelist Toolbox, and the first structure deck since Machina Mayhem. Of course it contains a healthy dose of Gravekeepers and probably most significantly, TCG debuts for Mystical Beast of Serket and Temple of the Kings (although Temple of the Kings will be immediately forbidden in the advanced format game). The Marik deck remains one of the best ways to get started with the YuGiOh! Trading Card Game - if you're just starting out, we'd highly recommend it as a first deck. It is followed up by the release of the Dragunity Legion Structure Deck.
Full Card List for Structure Deck Marik
The full Marik spoiler list is now confirmed as:
SDMA-EN001 Gil Garth
SDMA-EN002 Mystic Tomato
SDMA-EN003 Viser Des
SDMA-EN004 Legendary Fiend
SDMA-EN005 Dark Jeroid
SDMA-EN007 Gravekeeper's Spy Ã2
SDMA-EN008 Gravekeeper's Curse
SDMA-EN009 Gravekeeper's Guard Ã2
SDMA-EN010 Gravekeeper's Spear Soldier
SDMA-EN011 Gravekeeper's Chief
SDMA-EN012 Gravekeeper's Cannonholder
SDMA-EN013 Gravekeeper's Assailant Ã2
SDMA-EN014 Lava Golem
SDMA-EN017 Gravekeeper's Commandant
SDMA-EN018 Gravekeeper's Visionary
SDMA-EN019 Gravekeeper's Descendant
SDMA-EN020 Mystical Space Typhoon
SDMA-EN021 Nightmare's Steelcage
SDMA-EN022 Creature Swap
SDMA-EN023 Book of Moon
SDMA-EN024 Dark Room of Nightmare
SDMA-EN025 Necrovalley Ã2
SDMA-EN026 Foolish Burial
SDMA-EN027 Magical Stone Excavation
SDMA-EN028 Allure of Darkness
SDMA-EN029 Acid Trap Hole
SDMA-EN030 Mirror Force
SDMA-EN031 Skull Invitation
SDMA-EN032 Coffin Seller
SDMA-EN033 Nightmare Wheel
SDMA-EN034 Metal Reflect Slime
SDMA-EN035 Malevolent Catastrophe
SDMA-EN036 Dark Illusion
SDMA-EN037 Mystical Beast of Serket
SDMA-EN038 Temple of the Kings
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Card List for the old Japanese OCG Marik Structure Deck
As we mentioned above, the Marik Structure Deck was released way back in the day in Japan. Here's the spoiler list for it - whilst there's the odd similarity, it's very different indeed:
SDM-001 Humanoid Slime
SDM-002 Makyura the Destructor
SDM-003 Revival Jam
SDM-004 Guardian Sphinx
SDM-005 Dark Jeroid
SDM-008 Gravekeeper's Curse
SDM-009 Gravekeeper's Spear Soldier
SDM-010 Gravekeeper's Chief
SDM-011 A Cat of Ill Omen
SDM-012 An Owl of Luck
SDM-013 Cobra Jar
SDM-014 Lava Golem
SDM-015 Byser Shock
SDM-020 Viser Des
SDM-021 Magical Stone Excavation
SDM-022 Mystical Space Typhoon
SDM-023 Monster Reborn
SDM-024 Jam Breeding Machine
SDM-025 Card of Safe Return
SDM-026 Creature Swap
SDM-027 Dark Room of Nightmare
SDM-029 Nightmare's Steelcage
SDM-030 Spell of Pain
SDM-031 Malevolent Catastrophe
SDM-032 Jam Defender
SDM-033 Mirror Force
SDM-034 Reckless Greed
SDM-035 Coffin Seller
SDM-036 Rite of Spirit
SDM-037 Rope of Life
SDM-038 Nightmare Wheel
SDM-039 Acid Trap Hole
SDM-040 Widespread Ruin
SDM-041 Worm Drake
SDM-042 Giga Gagagigo
SDM-043 Mother Grizzly
SDM-044 Wandering Mummy
SDM-045 Swarm of Scarabs
SDM-046 Swarm of Locusts
SDM-047 Lord Poison
SDM-048 Rush Recklessly
SDM-049 Infinite Cards
SDM-050 Pyramid Energy
SDM-051 Non-Spellcasting Area
SDM-052 Bottomless Shifting Sand
SDM-053 Curse of Royal
SDM-054 Staunch Defender
SDM-055 Compulsory Evacuation Device
Featured Card 1 - Temple of The Kings
A TCG debut and set to go straight onto the banned list (and it's obvious why), nonetheless we guess everyone will want this for their collection. Here's the translated text:
You can activate Trap Cards on the same turn they are Set. You can send this face-up card and 1 face-up "Mystical Beast of Serket" you control to the Graveyard to Special Summon 1 Monster Card from your hand, Deck or Extra Deck.
Order Your Copy of the Marik Strcture Deck
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Featured Card 2 - Metal Reflect Slime
Metal Reflect Slime made its debut in Phantom Darkness as an ultra-rare, but becomes easy to get hold of with its release in the Marik structure deck:
After activation, Special Summon this card in Defense Position; it is treated as an Effect Monster Card (Aqua-Type/WATER/Level 10/ATK 0/DEF 3000). This card cannot attack. (This card is also still treated as a Trap Card.)
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