Today's Tuesday, and we're looking
at a small little plant thingy, Griggle.
When this card is face-up on the
field and control shifts to your opponent, you gain
3000 Life Points. This effect can only be used once
as long as this card remains face-up on the field.
I don't need to write a Pulitzer-quality review to
express my opinions of this card.
For the time being, this card is worthless.
There is NO way your opponent will EVER be stupid
enough to snatch this card if they know what it is.
I would take Ameba over this any
day, as I'd rather bring my opponent 2000 LP closer
to defeat than delay the inevitable.
Soon, there will be cards that will force control of
monsters to your opponent, but I would still play Ameba
(in fact, Magical Box of Death (e.
Mystic Box) + Ameba is a
*Magical Box of Death destroys one opposing monster
and gives your opponent control of one of your
monsters (you get to choose both). The combo
is to use Magical Box of Death to destroy a
threatening opposing monster, and shift Ameba into
your opponent's control, doing 2000 LP damage.
Then, use a strong monster to destroy Ameba in
attack mode and deal 1500+ more damage. Burner
decks will use 3 of each, just for the cheap damage.
Should YOU play it?
No. No. No.
Griggle can do stuff, but not very well, so it gets
a 1.3. OK, so it can't do
stuff. I would rather play The
Immortal of Thunder and take my chances =\