The tenth episode of Bandai’s FUN! DigiCa YouTube series is the first to feature a mixed-color deck, with Cody playing a combined Blue/Yellow deck against Hideyoshi’s mono-red.

Cody combining cards from the second and third Starter Decks, Cocytus Blue and Heaven’s Yellow:

QuantityNameColorType
4TsunomonBlueDigitama
4GabumonBlueDigimon
4GomamonBlueDigimon
4PlotmonYellowDigimon
2GarurumonBlueDigimon
2AngemonYellowDigimon
4GrizzmonBlueDigimon
4UnimonYellowDigimon
4Were GarurumonBlueDigimon
4AngewomonYellowDigimon
4Metal GarurumonBlueDigimon
2HolydramonYellowDigimon
4Cocytus BreathBlueOption
2Holy FlameYellowOption
2Heaven’s GateYellowOption
2Ishida YamatoBlueTamer
2Takaishi TakeruYellowTamer

While Hideyoshi played a souped-up Gaia Red supported by several promo cards:

QuantityNameColorType
4KoromonRedDigitama
4AgumonRedDigimon
4PiyomonRedDigimon
2Agumon (PR)RedDigimon
2Piyomon (PR)RedDigimon
4GreymonRedDigimon
2BirdramonRedDigimon
4CoredramonRedDigimon
4Metal GreymonRedDigimon
4GarudamonRedDigimon
4War GreymonRedDigimon
3Starlight ExplosionRedOption
3Shadow WingRedOption
2Giga DestroyerRedOption
4Gaia ForceRedOption
4Yagami TaichiRedTamer

Cody’s win in this game was extremely close; he was just barely in control throughout, as playing Holydramon directly from his hand right on the first turn gave Hideyoshi enough Memory to put out a completely set-up War Greymon, and Cody’s early attack with Gabumon was punished by a Security Digimon. Cody’s strategy was to play on a damage curve—taking at least one Security every turn he could attack while using counters against Hideyoshi’s to stall them and ultimately pace his opponent out of the game. Holydramon’s high base power prevented Hideyoshi from revenge-killing it with anything but War Greymon himself, as the only Option in Hideyoshi’s deck that could destroy such a high-DP Digimon directly was Gaia Force.

The key plays for Cody were putting down Cocytus Breath to bounce War Greymon back to Hideyoshi’s hand and discard its Evolution Sources, using Holy Flame on the following turn to prevent Garudamon from posing a direct threat even after evolving into that same War Greymon, and putting out Unimon to prevent Hideyoshi from having enough attacks to eke out a win. The takeaway from this that quantity is more important than quality–if Hideyoshi had poured his Memory into poking Cody with many small attacks rather than putting all his eggs into one basket with War Greymon, single-target Options like Breath would be preemptively neutralized. While the additional Security Attacks sound threatening on paper, in practice War Greymon did very little but hinder Hideyoshi this game by eating up his Memory for little real output.