Remove 2 LIGHT
monsters in your Graveyard from play to destroy 1
face-up monster on the field with higher ATK than
this card. You can only use this effect once per
Type - Warrior/Effect
Card Number - IOC-014
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 03.30.06
A year or two ago, this card would have been
great. Now, not so much.
Why do I say a year ago? That long ago, we
didn't have an 8-star Morphable fusion until we
got Gatling Dragon. That, and both Cyber Twin
Dragon and Gatling Dragon are better than this
card ATK-wise. So what do you get for using
Frogs? 2500...+ 500 points for every copy of
Treeborn Frog in your Graveyard. Wait, lemme
translate that. 2500 + 500 for every copy of a
restricted monster you should be summoning to
the field that's left in your Graveyard. So
this thing maxes at 3,000. Crap.
There's no problem with just having the card in
your fusion deck, and it DOES get a 5/5 for
that, but as for actual usefulness, your
Metamorphosis and effort spent actually Fusion
Summoning something should go to better cards.
3/5 all (5/5 for not hurting your fusion deck by
being there, 1/5 for sucking @ss)
Today we'll look at a new Fusion that was hurt by
the new Ban List.
D.3.S. Frog is a decent Fusion monster with 2500
attack points, so it's fairly strong. It doesn't
have that great of an effect anymore, but if you get
the copy of Treeborn Frog you're allowed to the
Graveyard, our Frog friend gains 500 attack points.
Which gives him potential for 3000 attack points (or
4000 until Saturday). Go ahead and play him in your
Frog deck, as it's the only place it belongs.
Frog Deck: 5/5 and that stands for anywhere else, as
it is a Fusion
If you have 3 Des Frog's on the field, play Des
Croaking! It at least takes the cards away from your
opponent! Any effect which solely increases ATK a
bit is not worth the bother (Lily is not included in
this general statement as 3000 is not a bit in any
Especially when that ATK increase is dependant on a
Do not play. I don't care if fusions don't have a
Until the recent restriction of Treeborn frog this
monster may have received some play in a casual Frog
deck (a genre that im delighted is popping up)
Unfortunately, as it stands, this is not up to
Traditional : 1/5
Advanced : 1/5
Art : 4/5 That’s a fat frog….
MPS ; 4/5
Wow, a fusion frog that has been hurt by treeborns
restriction. As far as fusions go, a four card
investment to bring this out is not cool. Its effect
no-longer makes it a giant threat, and it looks
I do not like this card
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