Okay.... I'll just assume you're not kidding.
D2 is a tool steel that'll hold an edge longer than 1095. Much longer. It's also difficult to work with because D2 is a very hard steel. (Two big reasons why it costs so much).
The downside? You'd have an easier time sharpening a brick, than you would trying to put an edge on a dull D2 blade.
Among those two steels, I'd go with 1095. You save money, and you'll actually be able to resharpen it when it goes dull.