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A Sanctuary in the Sky Deck is a fairy-based deck in which this card is used to negate damage involving fairies in battle. You can find all usable cards with this field spell in 11th structure deck, Wave of Flashing Light.

This deck can become more indepth by concentrating on Airknight Parshath and Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin by converting it into a fairy toolbox deck. This toolbox is created with monsters like Shining Angel and new from 11th structure deck, Nova Summoner. These monsters combined with Sanctuary in the Sky will allow the player to pull out Airknight Parshath fast without taking damage in the process. This will then lead up to Neo-Parshath.

It is to say that without The Sanctuary in the Sky this strategy will fail so it is recommended to use as many that are allowed. You can use Zeradias, Herald of Heaven to get the field spell out quickly or Terraforming would do even nicely. Also because many of your searching monsters will be sent to the graveyard quickly it is very handy to throw in Pot of Avarice for a fresh start.

The Sanctuary in the SkyEdit

Unlike the above version this Fairy deck consists on overpowering your opponent with strong fairys like Athena and Majestic Mech - Goryu that easily inflict damage to increase the strength of Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin once he reaches the field. Because of the help of Valhalla, Hall of the Fallen you can bring out Airknight Parshath, Majestic Mech - Goryu, Athena, and Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin with ease to easily overpower your opponent, and because there special summoned you can still bring out another monster.

A great combo in this deck is to special summon Athena with the effect of Valhalla, Hall of the Fallen normal summon any Fairy to inflict 600, tribute that Fairy to summon Airknight Parshath from the grave then inflict another 600, then tribute Airknight Parshath to summon Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin and inflict an extra 600, giving Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin a good boost, attack with Athena first then attack with Neo-Parshath, the Sky Paladin while discarding Honest, depending on how powerful the attack targets are, the battle damage varies but it should inflict at least 4000 or so damage just that turn.

Athena is a very powerful card and pretty soon you'll learn how to go crazy with it. if Athena is on the field and you have only high level monsters in your hand you can activate Beckoning Light to switch out those high levels with low levels, then summon those low levels and tribute them with Athena's effect to special summon a high level that was in your hand but now in your graveyard.

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