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Majin Destruction

Shadow Dragon Saga

Reviewed 10.25.2004

Avg. Expanded Rating: 4.0
Avg. Focused Rating: 4.25


Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  5 is the highest rating.

Matthew Low
Majin Destruction Ė Shadow Dragon Saga
Ultra Rare - #239
Combat Ė Energy

Basically this card fits into every standard type deck that can afford to stay in combat seeing there has never been a card of this power since City In Turmoil. Black Star 6 comes close, but Majin Destruction nukes all setups at once and thatís just plain good. Both formats have decks that abuse a ton of setups, so running this card will call for a scoop for opponents and thatís a good thing, at least for you.

Not to mention it is a beefy energy for 10. Canít beat that. There just isnít really anything you can compare this card to other than CIT in either format. If you have setup problems, run this thing. Just watch out for Pure Defense.

Expanded: 5.0 out of 5.0 (if only this was around earlier)
Focused: 4.9 out of 5.0 (Blue Destruction and Orange beware)
Sealed: 4.5 out of 5.0 (wonít be many setups but why wouldnít you run this?)

Majin Destruction

Useful, I suppose.  At least in Focused, there is not alot of speed removal for setups, and the current strong decks (Orange Ally), uses alot of setups, so this can be a helpful sweeper.  The fact that it is a rather big energy, and not an event, is nice as well, as it cannot be sphered like some of this set's other mass removal cards.  Worth the one slot it will get in Focused, though probably not 3, if you are running it's style.

It's probably a little helpful in Expanded, as ball decks tend to have a huge load of setups (mainly DBall search and combat enders), and wiping them all from the board in one swipe is never bad.  In this case, it is worthwhile to run as many of this as you can, though in the Sensei deck, methinks.

Average in Limited.  Setups can help, but they are not game-breakers, either.  It still shoots to the dome, though.

Focused 4/5

Expanded 3/5

Sealed 3/5

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