Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
Number - PSV-031
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Reviewed - 12.13.02
Light of Intervention
This Continuous Trap can shut down a LOT of really
popular cards in the environment. Some of those cards
are Man-Eater Bugs, Magician of Faiths, and Cyber Jar
to name a few. Another important part though, is that
we no longer have the surprise element of a face down
card. We know WHAT we are attacking since it's already
Most of the time, this is a sidedeck card. If your
opponent relies a lot on Flip monsters, you can put a
couple of these in to combat them. Or, you can make a
deck based around this card. Run none or a few Flip
Effect Monsters and maindeck a couple of Light of
Interventions. I have YET to see a deck without any
Flip Effect Monsters so this card has a lot of
potential if you can build a deck around it.
Is it useful? Definitely. Again, this is not for
everyone. Before playing this card, think how it will
affect both you and your opponent...
Light of Intervention -
PSV - Common
Ouch. The king of anti-flip. As long as this card is
out on the field nothing can be set face down. This is
a pretty nice trap card and its only common. Weird.
Anyway expect this card to see alot of play. Though it
may seem weak, flip effects are a key to winning
duels. Magician of faith can be a game winner with
pulling out that 1 card you need to win the game. But
with this trap card out and an imperial order out its
almost impossible to play any flip effects for the
entire game. Which is very very scary. No bugs, no
faiths, no jars, no magic and not alot of hope of
winning if your deck heavily relies on those flip
effects. Better 7 tools these nasty trap cards asap.