face-down monster and remove it from play. If the
monster is a Flip Effect Monster, both players must
check their respective Decks and remove all monsters
of the same name from play. Then shuffle the Decks.
Type - Spell Card
Card Number - DB1-EN088
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 03.xx.08
Nobleman of Crossout is also Restricted...again.
Can't a card go more than one cycle without having
it's status on the Ban List increase or decrease?
Anyway, what does only one Nobleman of Crossout
mean? It means, in short, that you don't have to be
so worried about playing face-down defense monsters.
Why? Odds are the only things you're going to find
set are Marshmallow, Spirit Reaper, and Treeborn
Frog, but not limited to those monsters. It's great
if you can strike any of those monsters, as long as
yours doesn't get removed also.
However...we still have Shield Crush to destroy
defense monsters, but definately play the Nobleman
of Crossout you are allowed.
5/5 both formats
Nobleman of Crossout
So Crossout makes its trip back to 1. With Shield
Crush in existence (and unlimited) this is nearly a
moot point. If a deck needs to blaze through
defenders, it has Nobleman + a couple Shield Crush.
Although you do lose out by not removing the monster
the majority of the time; Sangan, Treeborn, a set
Card Trooper...there are lots of monsters still
being played you'd rather remove than destroy. But
you make up for it with Crush by being able to hit
Not much changes in the world of Yu-Gi-Oh with
Crossout going back to 1/deck.
3.5/5 (lower score for the aggressive players
setting far less now)
Nobleman of Crossout
This is again I believe another attempt to control
gadgets without limiting the clockwork cogs
themselves. It won't work. People already use
Banisher of the Radiance, Drillroid and monarchs to
get rid of facedowns. I suspect that this might make
Shield Crush slightly more playable, but other than
that I never one more than one Nobleman at ANY given
time, just because of the possibility of a dead
Nobleman itself is a powerful card, but far too
situational to get a staple status, unless we go
back to a slower format, which seems unlikely
looking at the recent SJC's and the next set, Light
Nobleman of Crossout
This card is newly restricted to 1 copy per
deck once again and is a little pointless to
even be on the banned list at all since barely
anyone would want to run 3 or even 2 copies of
this card since it just gets rid of face-down
monsters. We want cards that can destroy any
monster of any kind fast, easily, and cheaply,
but those cards are usually hard to get or just
have minor side effects such as Soul-Taker that
we just can't seem to accept since 1000 LP gain
for opponent just to destroy any monster doesn't
seem to be worth the time, but it does a fetch a
good price. Anyway, this card simply destroys
and removes from play an enemy face-down monster
and removes all copies of that card from both
players' decks if it was a flip effect monster.
It's common sense to usually have 1 copy of this
card in a basic metagame deck. That ends my
review and if you guys need anything from me
such as Yugioh answers to questions you have,
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have a wonderful day or evening or whatever...
Art: 2.75 (The art can be
Thursday March 6th: Nobleman of Crossout
If there was an award for the most times a Card goes
from Limited to Restricted and vice versa, that
award goes to Nobleman of Crossout, celebrating its
4th time moving between 2 seperate restrictions.
This format, Crossout moves from 2 to 1. Why would
you ask? According to the changes, it was logical to
put Crossout at 1 thanks to the 2 Books we can all
pack in our decks, but was it really necessary?
I felt that both Crossout and Book can remain at 2
with harmony. Even with 1 Book and 2 Crossouts last
format, it saw less play than it should have. This
format shouldn't feel an impact from Crossout. It
will still see play in certain decks, but I feel its
uses greatly diminish in every passing format
Traditional: 3/5 (A Solid way to remove a Light/Dark
without sending to the graveyard
Advanced: 2.5/5 (even with 2 Books, this restriction
Until Next Time
todays card is nobleman of crossout. I cant wait for
spring break! and easter! and my birthday! and
nobleman of crossout is one of those cards that has
been on and off the banlist and never staying in one
place. this was limited because book of moon
would've been to good with this. It doesnt really
matter to most, they'll just replace it with a
sheild crush. but since I'm a cheapstake, it's kind
of anoying. this is an awesome card, and should be
run with sheild crush for a total of about 3 copies
for aggro decks. not as good outside of that though.
2.5/5 anything not aggro.
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