If you control 2 or more LIGHT monsters, you can
Special Summon this card from your hand. You can
only control 1 "Guardian of Order".
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 05.12.08
Guardian of Order
Wow...pretty much a Shien for Lights, without the
Expect this to see a lot of play in the next months.
Usually the 2,500 ATK this monster provides can be
just what you need to finish a game once you have a
Judgment Dragon + The Calculator + this = enough to
win a Duel.
Cyber Dragon + The Calculator + this = the same,
assuming you're attacking directly with all three.
Plain and simple, if you're running a pure Light
deck, you're doing yourself a disservice if you're
not running this. Hope you picked up a few at
the Sneak Preview!
Guardian of Order
Well, I 'm back this week with a review of one of my
fave cards from the new LODT set. It is the Promo
card so everyone should have gotten a copy, keyword
SHOULD have. When I got there (20 minutes after the
start) they were all sold out. I had to trade a CP
Wave Motion and a SCR Dark Grepher to get my play
set. Apparently UDE is trying to drive us players
even more crazy by limiting severely the number of
preview promos that they give out. God Bless
Anywho, the card is rather amazing for a number of
reasons. 2500 ATK is decent, but generally not
enough to get excited about, especially on a two
tribute body. LIGHT is also ok, but nothing to get
excited about, DARK is what it's all about nowadays.
However, if you control two or more LIGHT monsters,
you can Special Summon him from your hand. WOW.
Lightsworn and Batteries all got a huge boost from
this guy, as both decks can easily get 2-3 monsters
on the field in one turn.
Basically the Guardian serves as the finishing blow
to an already weakened opponent. IMO Great Shogun
Shien is better, but at least Guardian works with
ALL LIGHT monsters.
After fighting an epic war of
silly string and monopoly, I've finally imprisoned
Yami pwii in a toothpick. But enough of that. Today
I'm going to be reviewing guardian of order.
have to see a spoiler or something like that, but
from what I'm seeing, light decks could really get
big. Kind of a Light-Dark battle for control of the
metagame. This pretty much cinches it. With cyber
dragon, it just got a whole lot better. Even better,
it's a level 8, so you can use trade-in also!
All right, we're
continuing to review new Light of Destruction cards
this week, but before I do, I need to say a few
First, I promised an article comparing this set to
the previous set LAST week...I lied.My plan was to do one around Friday on my day
off, but I ended up, by the grace of God, having a
pair of Detroit Red Wing playoff tickets for
Saturday (two days ago) drop into my lap.Anyway, said article WILL come this week, or
I will be struck by lightning and scoured by
Anyway...now that I got that off,
today's card is Guardian of Order, a Level 8 monster
of the Light attribute with 2500 atk and 1200 def.
First, I'll begin by saying, that
if your Deck has gone the way of the Light, then
this is a card you should be using.
If you control two or more
Light-Attribute monsters, you can Special Summon
this 2500 attacker directly from your Hand.For a bit of a downside, you can only control
one Guardian of Order at a time, but that adds a
little balance to this card.
Obviously, this card isn't going
to be good in the early game...not even mid-game.This is a great lockdown and finish card.How fun is it to summon this and have it get
smashed on the next turn by Dark Armed Dragon?
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