Majespecter Wind
Majespecter Wind

Majespecter Wind – #PHNI-EN069

When you activate this card, you can also Tribute 1 WIND Spellcaster monster; Special Summon 1 “Majespecter” monster from your hand or GY, or if you Tributed a monster at activation, you can Special Summon 1 “Majespecter” monster from your Deck instead. You can only activate 1 “Majespecter Wind” per turn.

Date Reviewed:  April 2nd, 2024

Rating: 3.83

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King of

Hello Pojo Fans,

Majespecter Wind is another Quick-Play Spell for the Majespecter archetype to get to any of their archetype monsters.

Quick-Play Spells are what the Majespecter archetype run on and Majespecter Wind is no different. Special Summon from the hand or grave, or, the Deck if you happen to tribute a WIND Spellcaster. For the first part, it is cost-free to re-summon a Majespecter in your grave or summon one from your hand. That alone gets you a body on board, activates their effect(s), and gets you to at least a +1. If you choose to trade your WIND Spellcaster on the field for a Majespecter in the Deck, you get any you want, which may be something you want to do at the start of the game if you didn’t draw the one you want. Crow – Yata, Fox – Kyubi, and Raccoon – Bunbuku are your standard archetype searchers, while Unicorn – Kirin can be a play if you have a body on board to trade with your opponent to bounce back each to the hand and then use your Pendulum Summon to put that monster back out there.

Majespecter Wind is really a no-lose card for the archetype. You can either pay to get something different or another copy of a monster you already have from the Deck, or just recover something you may have sent to the grave or lost. While Pendulum Monsters end up face-up in the Extra Deck more than not, they do end up in the grave and need a way back to the field that works with their strategy and for Majespecter this is that kind of card.



Until Next Time,


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It wouldn’t be Majespecters without any of their Spell & Trap lineup, so of course we get a new Spell for the archetype, and this one is a pretty solid consistency boost: Majespecter Wind.

Wind is a Quick-Play Spell that you can tribute a WIND Spellcaster to activate, then you can summon a Majespecter monster directly from your hand or graveyard, or you can summon directly from the Deck if you tributed to activate this card. Basically it’s another way to get a Majespecter on board, and in this case you can swap one from field for one in the Deck. It works well after you search off the first Majespecter you summon, then tributing it to summon another Majespecter to get another card off that. Even if you aren’t summoning from the Deck, you can easily get a 2nd body on board for an Xyz or Link Summon while also getting the effect of whatever Majespecter you summon. It’s a hard once per turn, just like the whole archetype basically, but it’s a good way to keep getting card advantage off your Majespecter monsters while cycling through your Deck and getting Majespecters into the Extra Deck for a Pendulum Summon. Thankfully Majespecter Crow – Yata searches this as well, but it’s still powerful enough to be worth running 3 copies of for Majespecter cycling.

Advanced Rating: 4/5

Art: 4.25/5 Is Majesty supposed to be Konami denying Kirin the ability to come off the Forbidden section?

Mighty Vee

Majespecter gets another backrow weapon with Majespecter Wind, a Quick-Play Spell searchable with Majespecter Crow – Yata, though it can also be accessed by Majespecter Toad – Ogama if you really wanted to for some reason. Wind can only be activated once per turn and has a single effect, letting you Special Summon a Majespecter monster from your hand or Graveyard; alternatively, by tributing a WIND Spellcaster (most Majespecters), you can summon from your Deck instead. If that effect sounds suspiciously similar, it’s basically the same as their Field Spell, Majesty’s Pegasus, albeit more flexible as an extender. Accessing basically any Majespecter monster is great, because this card effectively turns Yata into three more copies of Bunbuku, your bread and butter combo starter. Tributing a monster also helps trigger the deck’s upcoming sub-boss monster, though odds are you’ll have other ways of doing so. If Majespecter Unicorn – Kirin was still legal, it’d also be a valid way to bring it out given one of Kirin’s weakest points is its lack of innate summoning condition, but unfortunately we don’t live in that timeline yet. I like running two copies because it’s nice to have a second one (especially for the hypothetical Kirin unban); running three is very risky for bricking considering it doesn’t accomplish a lot by itself.

+Turns Yata into a combo starter
+Can summon extenders or Kirin in a pinch

Advanced: 3.5/5
Art: 3.5/5 Really? They’re gonna taunt us with a monster that should’ve been unbanned by now?

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