This is it guys. Today will be my
last Card of the Day review.
sadly must move on from Duel Masters to spend more
time on school and soccer now that the Continental
Championships are over. You can still look forward
to at least one more tournament report though. My
last day at Galactic Quest will be November 19th,
which is the Five Civilizations tournament. As for
probably won’t have the chance to write a report
because of school taking up so much time right now.
For those of you who couldn’t make the trip, it was
an awesome experience all around. In the tournament
finished with eight wins and five losses at 12th
place. Outside of the actual matches, just meeting
everyone like Cecillbill and Drizer was great too.
want to thank everyone on the Realms and at GQ for
making this past year a blast...
Race: Volcano Dragon
Mana Cost: Six (6)
Double breaker (This creature
breaks 2 shields.)
(If any of your other creatures
broke any shields this turn, this creature gets
its ability until the end of the turn.)
Each of your creatures in the
battle zone has “speed attacker”. (A
creature that has “speed attacker” doesn’t get
Rarity: Very Rare
Set: Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos
No complaints here. Six mana in
exchange for 6k attack equals a 1:1 ratio. Normally
you should expect a better ratio this high up the
scale, but Jagalzor’s above average ability creates
an exception. He is strong enough to take out all
commonly played blockers and all weenie creatures of
course. Jagalzor will survive most power-restricted
spells outside of Vise, and can suicide against
Cryptic Totem. Tack on Double breaker and you have a
This is where the fun starts.
Jagalzor, as a member of the Dragon race, gains a
ton of help from cards such as Cocco Lupia,
Dimension Splitter, and Dracodance Totem. You can
pull off some really nasty tricks like attacking
with him turn four then evolving to an even bigger
brute the next turn. Look out for Dragon decks to
make a run at becoming tier one in the near future.
WotC is certainly giving them every opportunity to
Turbo rush is the newest ability
introduced to DM. Basically, one of your creatures
has to break a shield before Jagalzor’s effect kicks
in. So the turn you summon him, have any creature
smash one, and then you have a 6k speed attacker
ready to rumble. Quick, easy combinations like this
one can turn entire games around. Jagalzor also
shares the Speed attacker ability with your other
creatures, so you could feasibly summon three
weenies at once and have them all attacking ASAP.
Pretty cool if you ask me.
There’s no reason to pass up Jagalzor
in the draft format. His high-end cost is reasonable
because you get an absolute beatstick, possibly with
Speed attacker, in return. Not to mention the great
support available for Dragons that this set offers.
no expert at building Dragon decks, but Jagalzor
certainly looks like he would be nasty alongside
Bolmeteus, Bajula, and the rest. At least consider
running two or three copies.
Thrash-494 on DMRealms