Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce
Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce

Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce – #BROL-EN060

Target 1 Rank 9 or lower “Utopia” Xyz Monster you control; Special Summon 1 Rank 10 or higher “Utopia” or “Utopic” Xyz Monster from your Extra Deck, by using that Xyz Monster you control as material. (This is treated as an Xyz Summon. Transfer its materials to the Summoned monster.) If an Xyz Monster(s) is Special Summoned by the effect of a Rank 10 or higher “Utopia” or “Utopic” Xyz Monster, while this card is in your GY (except during the Damage Step): You can target 1 of those Special Summoned monsters; attach this card to it as material. You can only use each effect of “Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce” once per turn.

Date Reviewed:  December 14th, 2021

Rating: 3.50

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.

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KoL's Avatar
King of

Hello Pojo Fans,

Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce is a quick way of getting to a higher level Utopia or Utopic monster without having to jump through hoops.

You need a Rank 9 or lower Utopia on the field first, okay, easy. Cost-free Spell to Special Summon a

Rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic Xyz Monster. Treating it as an Xyz Summon prevents you from losing out on any effects that require your new monster to have been Xyz Summoned. Materials get attached, standard effect. While you won’t be at a loss for targets to use HRUMU on, (wow that’s a long abbreviation), there are only four targets to summon from it: Number 93: Utopia Kaiser, Number 99: Utopia Dragonar, Number 99: Utopic Dragon, Number XX: Utopic Dark Infinity. Of those four, Utopic Dragon and Utopic Dark Infinity have the most immediate impact on the game with their negation ability through detaching one material, as well as their 4000ATK.

Hyper Raink-Up-Magic Utopiforce can reattach itself as a material if you summon an Xyz monster using your Rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic gives your new Xyz monster a material to detach for effect(s). Of the four previously mentioned monsters, the only one that cannot summon a “Numbers” monster from anywhere is Dark Infinity, however, the only one that can summon a “Numbers” monster that doesn’t have their effect(s) negated is Dragonar.

Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce works great to get you to a big boss monster that can close a game out quickly. If you want to get the full amount out of this card that is up to you. Personally, I feel it works great to get you to a monster that can control the board and doesn’t need its second effect.

Advanced-3.5/5     Art-3/5

Until Next Time

Crunch$G Avatar

A new Rank-Up-Magic, so expect a new high Rank Utopia later in the week, but for now we look at Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce.

Utopiforce is a Normal Spell that targets a Rank 9 or lower Utopia monster you control and Special Summons a Rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic Xyz from your Extra Deck by using the targeted monsters and the materials it has attached as the Xyz Materials, and of course this is treated as an Xyz Summon. So not taking the new card into account just yet, this turns your Utopia monsters into Number 99: Utopic Dragon, Number 93: Utopia Kaiser, or Number XX: Utopic Dark Infinity. Just looking at those three, Number 93 is probably the best bet to spam out more Number monsters, with Number 99 in second place… or the old Number 99 I should say. Anyways, if a Number Xyz is Special Summoned by the effect of a Rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic monster while this card is in your graveyard, you can attach this card from grave to that monster as material. Pretty nice way to ensure your monster gets a material considering the Number 99s don’t give a material to what they summon. Attaching something to Number 93 is near pointless since the monsters summoned have their effects negated, that’s for other shenanigans. You get two hard once per turns on this card, so you don’t get too many materials or bigger Utopia monsters. It’s honestly a pretty cool card, and one of few ways to get to your bigger Utopia Xyzs, with the other being Number 39: Utopia Double of course, and that requires another brick with Double or Nothing! so it becomes useless if you draw it. Either way, this is a decent card that’s searchable with Utopia Decks now thanks to the ZS – monsters, but you do want to play this in my opinion considering the new target it summons is really good.

Advanced Rating: 3.5/5

Art: 4/5 So I guess this is what the new Utopia looks like in his Neutral Form.

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Alex is never happy when Utopia things roll around, as I’ve never been a fan, but that’s my grudge to wrestle with.  In the ever growing arsenal of Rank-Up tricks, here’s a Normal Magic-Hyper Rank-Up Magic Utopiforce.  To shorten some of this text:

You trade a Rank 9 or below Utopic XYZ for a Rank 10 or higher one from your Extra Deck using the one on the Field as added Material.  When you drop an XYZ without a ‘traditional’ XYZ Summon, getting Material is very important, and necessary.  

Finally, if a(n) XYZ(s) is(are) Special Summoned via the Effect of a Rank 10 Utopic Monster, (not during the Damage Step, as is the way it is) while this is in your Grave, you can add one of those Special Summoned Monsters to yours as XYZ Material.

The ability to steal a Special Summon from the opponent is always a sexy ability, and while both these are once per turn, this does have a lot of power.  Imagine this thing working for XYZ in general instead of just a specific Theme.  That would be quite broken methinks.  But if you’re using a Utopia/Utopic etc Deck, this likely is for you with its versatility and ease.

Rating:  3.5/5

Art:  2/5  Meh, I’m not impressed

Mighty Vee

It wouldn’t be Zexal support without Rank-Up-Magic, bringing us to today’s card: Hyper Rank-Up-Magic Utopiforce, a normal spell. It’s pretty easy to search through ZS- Ascended Sage and Zexal Construction, so getting to it isn’t too much trouble. Both effects are hard once per turn. By targeting a level 9 or lower Utopia XYZ monster, which could be anything from the regular Number 39: Utopia to most of its evolved forms, you can XYZ summon a rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic monster from your extra deck using it as material, taking all of its XYZ materials as well. As a bonus, if you special summon an XYZ monster by the effect of a rank 10 or higher Utopia or Utopic monster, you can attach this card to it as an XYZ material. The pool of rank 10 Utopias is rather small, but you can’t really go wrong with any of them. Number 93: Utopia Kaiser is the second best choice if you want to make the most of this card’s graveyard effect, though its actual effect is rather mediocre and isn’t really useful. Number XX: Utopic Dark Infinity and Number 99: Utopic Dragon are both beatsticks with 4000 attack, so even though special summoning monsters through them is a bit of a pain (even moreso for Dark Infinity), they’re still somewhat useful. The best use of Utopiforce is a new monster we’ll discuss later this week, which can spit out a Number monster without negating its effects with little effort while also taking advantage of the graveyard effect. Overall a very solid Utopia card.

Advanced: 3.5/5
Art: 4/5 The Rank-Up-Magics would make for killer tattoos, and this is no exception.

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