Lyrilusc – Bird Call – #LED8-EN039
Take 1 “Lyrilusc” monster from your Deck, and either add it to your hand or send it to the GY, then you can Special Summon 1 “Lyrilusc” monster with a different name from your hand. You can only activate 1 “Lyrilusc – Bird Call” per turn.
Date Reviewed: November 24th, 2021
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Lyrilusc – Bird Call is a must in the archetype, easily.
Lyrilusc searcher and then a potential Special Summon from the hand of a different Lyrilusc monster? A one-two punch even if you decide to dump the searched Lyrilusc into the grave. While you aren’t likely to brick horribly with this archetype, running as many copies of each as you would, Bird Call allows you to go straight for Beryl Canary and get things started. You get to search any Lyrilusc and likely will add it to your hand because most of them Special Summon themselves when you have a Lyrilusc on the field. If you are searching something like yesterday’s card (Celestine Wagtail) then you may send it to the grave as long as you have a Lyrilusc Xyz on the field so you can attach Wagtail to it. Turquoise Warbler needs a Lyrilusc in the grave to get its full potential so this card could do that as well, but you are likely going to search this card with Wagtail and then use this to add Canary to your hand.
Not much else to say: great card for the archetype and an easy one to use.
Until Next Time
We get to the consistency card for Lyriluscs with one of their first Spells: Lyrilusc – Bird Call.
Bird Call is a Normal Spell that lets you take a Lyrilusc from your Deck and either add it to your hand or send it to the graveyard, then you can summon a Lyrilusc with a different name from your hand. Basically a searcher most archetypes would love. Most of the time you’re getting the card to your hand, but putting it in grave can setup Beryl Canary or Turqouise Warbler. This should either way help set up a fast Rank 1, especially considering you get to summon one from hand afterwards to trigger Special Summon effects. Hard once per turn on this card, as we should expect from a consistency piece this good. This is easily a 3-of in the archetype considering how good it is at its job and the lack of any real restrictions on it.
Advanced Rating: 4.5/5
Art: 4/5 Birds
We come to a support card for midweek, as we do, in the Magic card, Lyrilusc-Bird Call. This card is smart, it’s quick and efficient, and it can be something a player needs to be smart enough to think about for a minute in varying situations. You choose a Theme Monster here and add it to your Hand, or dump it to your Graveyard. Then, after your decision, you can Special Summon a Theme Monster (of a different name than what you retrieved/dumped) from your Hand. This is either helping you Extra Deck in the now, or you’re triggering a Graveyard Effect here because you dumped. I actually kind of like the dump better, BUT, whatever you add to your Hand can still be your Normal Summon. There’s a LOT going on with this card but it’s going to pay off every time. (The legal team tells me I need to mention you can only use one of these a Turn, but appropriate here definitely, cause it’d be too good otherwise).
Art: 5/5 This is majestic. Love it
Today’s card is the normal spell Lyrilusc Bird Call. It’s one of those cards that would be absolutely insane in a more powerful archetype and is only held back by its own archetype (though Lyrilusc itself is no slouch now with the rise of Tri-Brigade hybrids). The effect is a hard once per turn; you can take a Lyrilusc monster from your deck and either add it to your hand or send it to the graveyard, then special summon a Lyrilusc with a different name from your hand. This card is a ROTA, a foolish, and a free summon from the hand all in one, and the combo applications are pretty obvious. You can search Lyrilusc Turquoise Warbler, your main combo starter, or any other Lyrilusc if you already have Turquoise Warbler, since it requires another Lyrilusc in hand to fully activate its effect. The foolish is arguably the weaker effect, so you won’t use it very often, but it’s still useful if you need to attach Lyrilusc Celestine WAgtail as an XYZ material or need graveyard fodder for Lyrilusc Beryl Canary. You probably won’t activate the special summon all the time since Turquoise Warbler and Lyrilusc Sapphire Swallow prefer more Lyrilusc monsters in hand, but it’s nice to have when you have a spare Lyrilusc Cobalt Sparrow or Celestine Wagtail in your hand. Overall an excellent card for Lyrilusc and mixed builds using Lyrilusc.
Art: 4/5 Always nice to see monsters interact with each other, though I’m not entirely sure what’s happening
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