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  Überdragon Bajula
Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos

Card # DMS4

Date Reviewed: 10.24.05

Constructed Average Rating:
Limited Average Rating:

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

Lee Sandow
After last week's revieing of terrible cards, we reach a week of ALL NEW AWESOME CARDS from Epic Dragons of Hyper Chaos.  First, let me say that "OMFG THIS SET R0X0RS THE BIG ONE1111!"  This is seriously one of the coolest sets yet.  Turbo rush is a really AWESOME mechanic, and let's not forget the sets namesake.  DRAGONS!!!  Today, we take a look at one of the beefiest dragons ever, and one of the most powerful effects, all tied up in one fire breathing, mana burning, triple-breaking package that just oozes with AWESOMEness!

Uberdragon Bajula
Cost: 7
Civilization: Fire
Card Type: Evolution Creature
Race:  Armored Dragon
•    Evolution-Put on one of your creatures that has Dragon in its race.
      Whenever this creature attacks, choose up to 2 cards in your opponent's mana zone. Your opponent puts those cards into his graveyard.
      Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)
Flavor Text:  With so many powerful effects, there was no room for flavor text.
Power:  13000
Mana Generated: 1
Rarity: Super Rare
Card Number: S3/S5

Please, someone tell me, WHY?!?  This is an incredibly powerful card, and if it weren't an evolution, it would be broken.  Fortunately it is not, thus, it is AWESOME!  I bets we see this bugger at nationals occasionally...

Civilization:  Armored Dragons are a decent race, with lots of support (Fire Birds, anyone?), and they now have this guy as an AWESOME evolution.  Not only that, this guy can evolve from any race that has Dragon in it's name.  AWESOME!  Now, the Zombie Dragons, Magma Dragons, and Earth Dragons can be evo fodder too.  Dragons got an AWESOME boost in Epic Dragons, adding to their already insane amount of power.

Cost: It costs seven mana by itself, but it's worth every one of them.  Sadly, you also have to summon his evo-bait, the cheapest of which I can think of costs four mana.  To summon this guy in a turn, you'd have to pay 11 mana... an AWESOME amount.  Not cheap, but worth it.
Power:  13000 power.  Yeah, this guy is Beefy.  He must be eating his manwich.  13000 power is above virtually all removal spells (cept Terror Pit), and it can flatten an FDF allmost twice over.  Pretty darn AWESOME.  Just be on the lookouts for Billion-Degree Dragon.  ^_^

Abilities:  Snap, here comes the AWESOMEness of this card...
Evolution creature, thus he has no summoning sickness.  OK so far...
Triple Breaker, going out of order here, but hey, this is AWESOME.  A non-summon sick, triple breaker?  Your opponent can lose half their defenses with a single stroke!  AWESOME, but what if you're blocked...
Whether the attack strikes the shields or not, the last, and most devastating (and AWESOME) ability kicks in.  WHen he attacks, you kill two of your opponents mana.  OUCH!  Mana advatage is precious in this game, and taking two from your opponent in one swoop is devastating...  This is what makes this guy near broken!

Constructed overview:  Build a deck around this guy, and watch your opponent squirm.  A deck with lots of mana accel, some Rumbling Terrahorns to fetch this guy, bunches of dragons to evo from, and maybe some Fortress Shells, and you've got a wicked deck.  OR, use him in a hardcore dragon deck.  Either way is AWESOME.  He's an evolution though, so tread cautiously.  4.5/5

Limited Overview:  It'll be hard to summon, and even harder to find in a pack, but if you pull off this summon (making you AWESOME in my book), then you win.  Nothing can stop this guy in a draft...   3/5
Anyhow, I'm doing a little contest at the moment.  Look at the underlined part of my review (not the next time line, but something else), and tell me what that line is from, or where I got it from.  The first person to e-mail me five times with the correct answers will win a copy of the card we reviewed that day, plus a little... Bonus. 
Well, nobody told me Friday (yet), so it's still open.  As for today:  How many times did I say AWESOME in this review? 

Next time:  This card makes my head hurt...
Steven Cantrell

Hey guys. We’re going to spend this week reviewing some of the nastier new cards now that Set 8 release tournaments have finished. Those of you who can make Nationals should pay extra attention if you need help deciding what EDoHC cards are worth trying out. Just a few more days left for testing! o_0


Überdragon Bajula

Type: Creature

Civilization: Fire

Race: Armored Dragon

Mana Cost: Seven (7)

Rules Text:

  • Evolution — Put on one of your creatures that has Dragon in its race.
  • Whenever this creature attacks, choose up to 2 cards in your opponent’s mana zone. Your opponent puts those cards in his graveyard.
  • Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)

Power: 13,000

Rarity: Super Rare

Set: Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos


Power/Cost: Bajula Dragon’s stats are simply incredible. Evolutions creatures are supposed to have the benefit of a higher cost-to-power ratio, but this guy goes off the charts! There is not a single commonly played creature in Duel Masters that can destroy Bajula in battle.


Civilization/Race: The downside to his sickening power is that you have to actually summon Bajula first. Not that it’s difficult or anything. As all of you should know, the Dragons gained significant support with the unleashing of set eight. There are now seventeen different Dragons and four evolutions able to benefit from Cocco Lupia, Totto Pipicchi, etc. Yikes!


Effects: After 13k power, great support, and the sweet picture, we still have not even reached the climax. Now tack on Triple breaker to boot. Not to mention every time Bajula attacks, even if he never breaks shields, your opponent will instantly lose two mana down the drain. Makes for one nasty combo if you ask me. Bring out the monstrosity, and then rob some mana so that they can’t even respond adequately.


Limited: 3.5/5

The guy who ran our release tourney shuffled up each box before he handed out everyone’s packs, so one guy pulled TWO copies of Bajula in his five packs. However, that duelist opted not to use either of them due to lack of evo bait. The lesson here: Bajula is indeed an incredible card, but you have to play smart when drafting. That could mean leaving out the big daddy for more reliable options.


Constructed: 4.5/5

Every aggressive Dragon deck should be running at least two copies of Bajula as their finisher. With a little bit of luck and acceleration, you could feasibly be wacking away with the behemoth on turn five. Scary thought.


Steven Cantrell

Thrash-494 on DMRealms


Horus Master lv8
So the dragons of chaos begin their rampage.  Today we start off with the Uberdragon of all Bajulas. I hope everyone had fun at their Pre-releases if they went/had one.  This Saturday will be one of the biggest, if not the biggest tournament Duel Masters has every held.  I sure hope I get to meet some of you there.  Don't miss me, cause I shouldn't be too hard to find.  Now for the review.
Name: Überdragon Bajula
Cost: 7
Race: Armored Dragon
Civilization: Fire
Type: Evolution
Rules Text:
Evolution-Put on one of your creatures that has Dragon in its race.
Whenever this creature attacks, choose up to 2 cards in your opponent's mana zone. Your opponent puts those cards into his graveyard.
Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)
Power: 13000
Mana Number: 1
Artist: Seki
Rarity: S
Collector Number: S4
Set: Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos
Race/Civilization: Dragons, Dragons, Dragons!!!  Fire, Fire, Fire!!! Though the Fire part of it has less meaning than the dragon part.  Uberdragon sure has been getting more than enough attention on the message boards, and it is well deserved too.  Uberdragon has a lot of support now, so it should have some pretty good playability, though I don't know if it will be played at Continentals.  We will just have to wait and see.
Power/Cost Ratio: Well, it has an excellent ratio here, able to take down many, if not all of the commonly played cards, even Alcadeias.  This should interesting to see it get on the field.. Imagine it with Big Al on the field, that is on your field.  Can you say, good game??
Effect:Here's the main reason it gets so widely talked about.  Triple Breaker, along with mana destruction can lead to well, destruction.  This dragon should be feared as of right now for awhile, especially with some protection that dragons come with.
Constructed: 3.7/5  May change it but as of right now, it stays.  As this isn't clear to me what damage it packs. 
Limited: 3.5/5  Sorry yall.  Others may have a better review but since I don't have much time and didn't get to go to the Sealed Tourney, I don't know how well it did.
Overall: 3.6/5 Well that is about all I can say.
horus master lv8 on pojo and others
danieljs@bellsouth.net on MSN and E-mail
Until next time,
Hey pojo! Robby here. Well this is MY week. Epic Dragons out the ars.

lets look at the most anticipated card IMO of the set.

Fire, well fire is known for its speed, mass, destruction and for its big bad scary dragons. plenty of evo bait from the set that is red and from past

sets as well. Bolmeteus, Bolzard, Bolshack, Garkago, Bazagazeal ( not really

). Plenty of evo bait for this guy so A + here.

13000......................... what the heck normally played can take this card down power wise?

plenty explained in the civi section

too many effects!

First off its evolution of ANY dragon

Second Every time it attacks burn two mana. * drops jaw *

Third Triple breaker! an actualy playable triple breaker!

9/10 this card is pretty crazy if used correctly.

Limited: 6/10 my friend pulled one and he made finals with it but then again

i pulled abzo dolba and i din make finals so ya never know.
7/10 i use it, this guy is crazy it is a very satisfyign feeling to triple breaker then make your opponent lose two mana. ahh just crazy.

Robby ThEoRiGiNaLmAsTa
Brandon Schmidt
Hello everyone. This week we are reviewing the best cards from Epic Dragons of Hyper Chaos, so I will try my best to review them all, since they are all very intrtesting. I wasnt able to attend the Release Event, so until my local stores around here get them I wont have any. Today we review Uberdragon Bajura, one of the most devestating creatures in the game.

Name: Überdragon Bajula
Cost: 7
Race: Armored Dragon
Civilization: Fire
Type: Evolution
Rules Text:
Evolution-Put on one of your creatures that has Dragon in its race.
Whenever this creature attacks, choose up to 2 cards in your opponent's mana zone. Your opponent puts those cards into his graveyard.
Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)
Power: 13000
Mana Number: 1
Artist: Seki
Rarity: S
Collector Number: S4
Set: Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos

Power/Cost: Bajura is insanely powerful for such a low mana cost. 13000 power is enough to take out basically any creature in the game. It nearly doubles the power to cost ratio 2:1. I mean, come one, he costs only 7 mana, which comes easily. 7 mana in my opinion is WAY too low for this guy.

Civilization/Race: Bajura fits in well with the Fire Civilization. It's effects go well with it. The Armored Dragon race was small, but now this set has offered many new ones. You might think this guy will be difficult to get out, but in reality, he wont be.

Effects: This is like the double whammy right here. I am starting to worry about this guy the more I think of how dangerous he is. This card can literally shut you down. I think it's possible to have this guy out on turn 6 if you use a combination of Cocco Lupia, Bolzard Dragon, and then Bajura. When this creature attacks, he takes two of your opponents mana cards with it. TWO. I mean come on. If he is out of turn 6, you cant do anything, unless you Corile it. Im hoping to discard it with Cranium Clamp before he even gets to breathe. Bajura is also a Triple Breaker, which is crap. He's the best Triple Breaker in the game for his low mana cost and no negative effects. This card can turn the tide of a duel quicker then any card out there, other then maybe Lost Soul.

Limited: 3.9/5 He is usable here, but he takes some to get out. He is also a Evo, and there are a lot of Dragons in this set, so if you were lucky enough to pull him them by all means use him.

Constructed: 4.5/5 Very usable in this format. Many ways to get him out. One of the most devestating cards out there.

I am looking for any cards from this set. Contact me if intrested to trade.

AIM: MaskOfRestrict3

Email: CrystalPaladin06@yahoo.com

Uberdragon Bajula
Cost: 7
Civilization: Fire
Card Type: Evolution Creature
Race: Armored Dragon
• Evolution-Put on one of your creatures that has Dragon in its race.
Whenever this creature attacks, choose up to 2 cards in your opponent's mana zone. Your opponent puts those cards into his graveyard.
Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)
Power: 13000
Rarity: Super Rare
Card Number: S3/S5

Civilization: With this newest set out Armored Dragons and anything with “dragon” (including Dragonoids) received a sweet boost in support and playability. Uberdragon Bajula is one of the 3 newest evolutions lined up for the 4 races of Dragons and an awesome one at that. I as most am tinkering with the 4 Dragon races since their new potential shot through the roof.

Cost: A 7 “drop”, most would at first glace of any evolution consider old favorites like Crystal Lancer or Fighter Dual Fang more worth it. However 7 mana cost for his power is beyond worth it in card efficiency.

Power: I know of swarms of people who play 6-8 mana cost creatures ranging from 3000-9000 power on a daily basis. This blows them out of the water.
There are only a handful of removal spells able to take him down most right in his own mana cost range. His biggest weakness for now will be being discarded from the player’s hand considering that even if he does cause a Terror Pit to activate as a shield trigger, he was still a fair exchange.

Abilities: First off he is an evolution creature, thus only Lu Gila, Silver Rift Guardian and anything with slayer or blocker can slow him down once he hits the field since he has no summoning sickness. Whenever he attacks he destroys 2 of his opponent’s mana even if he is blocked so now matter what you win. Even if he didn’t have his next ability, he would be more than worth his overall cost. Finally, he is one of the select creatures with Triple Breaker. With the exception of himself and Super Necrodragon Abzo Dolba, all other Triper Breakers have to normally wait a turn to attack thus making northing short of a god in this game.

Card Efficiency: He is probably one of the most efficient cards in the game.
Best case scenario he is a 5 for 2 meaning that it will cost him and another card (his evobait) for 5 of your opponent’s cards (2 mana and 3 shields).
I’m all about efficiency so expect to see this section in all of my reviews from now on. ^.^

Constructed: With only having being an evolution creature as a very minor weakness, he will run rampant in most metagames. Since most dragon decks are still in their testing phase it will probably be about a month for a truly dominating deck to run him well. 4.5/5

Limited: The one person who pulled this in our release tournament never summoned him. Having a good amount of evolution bait is key especially in this type of tournament. 3.5/5

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