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Discard one of your opponent's
locations. If a location was discarded with this
effect, you may immediately attack with one of your
Type - event
Card Number - 88
Card Rating: 3
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1
being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 05.03.06
So, at a cost of 2 we can destroy a location and
then attack in the same actions. Ok. So, here's the
question: Does this card an upgrade or downgrade? I
mean, is it even better then destructive path?
I've always run Kagome's Bicycle. It may take up a
space, but at a cost of 0 you can destroy an
opponent's location then search for a location of
your own. A lot of decks do need field support or
could at least do with some.
That little extra -1
color can spell the difference between life and
death. So, removing some advantage your opponent has
then gain advantage yourself at the cost of an item
space for a character? I'd take that anyday. Now,
unless your in a tight spot and you can't get your
opponent because of their location, you really
You can attack, then maybe play Destructive Path
after all the attacking.
It'll save you from that 2 cost.
Animation Club President
Upper Deck Demo Team Leader
Yu-Gi-Oh Level 1 Judge & Tournament Organizer
"I reject your reality and substitute my own" - Adam
The deck cost is 2, which is pretty good considering
the effect. It has a pretty nice one and basically,
you wouldn't be losing an attack step! Not only are
you able to destroy a location, but you are able to
also attack afterwards. Who wouldn't like that? I
would probably play it as a sideboard card because
not all decks rely on locatoin cards. Only a few
such as Modern decks and Spawn (depending on how
Casual Play: 4/5
Tournament Play: 3/5
Art: 3/5...It looks like they're running from
something. =\ It matches with it too.
Do you think you could post this up for Wednesday
instead of Tuesday? That would be great.
For Thursday, May 4, 2006