Magical Musketeer Calamity
Magical Musketeer Calamity

Magical Musketeer Calamity
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During either player’s turn, you can activate “Magical Musket” Spell/Trap Cards from your hand. If a Spell/Trap Card is activated in this card’s column: You can target 1 “Magical Musket” monster in your GY; Special Summon it in Defense Position. You can only use this effect of “Magical Musketeer Calamity” once per turn.

Date Reviewed: December 8, 2017

Rating: 3.88

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King of

Hello Pojo Fans,

Magical Musketeer Calamity is the MM that is essential for your Special Summons. In combination with the effects all Magical Musket monsters inherit, hers allows you to once per turn Special Summon a MM monster from your grave in defense position. This is not restricted to only your turn, so the chance of getting a monster each turn off of Calamity is likely. This can make getting MM Zankiel on the field much easier after discarding him using Kidbrave’s effect. While all but Zankiel have weak DEF for Magicial Musketeers, all archetype-specific support spells/traps require a MM monster on the field to activate, Calamity’s effect is a necessity for the deck to flow. She’s got average stats, but with all the support behind her to manipulate her ATK/DEF, manipulate the ATK/DEF of the opponents monsters, and a trap that prevents Magical Musketeer monsters from being destroyed by card effects, Calamity could be a one-turn Silent Doom of for the deck

Advanced-4/5     Art-4/5

Until Next Time


So everything here is pretty similar to Monday, but instead of Drawing cards when you align a Magic/Trap card in the column, once per turn you get to Special Summon a Magical Musket Monster from your Graveyard in Defense position.  She adds some speed to the Deck, and with others from the week (and not) she can generate advantage to the player in short order also.  I find myself rather liking these cards.

Rating:  3.75/5

Art:  4.5/5

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