Mannadium Trisukta – #AGOV-EN037
1 Tuner + 1+ non-Tuner monsters – If this card is Synchro Summoned: You can target 1 Level 2 Tuner in your GY; Special Summon it, but negate its effects. You can target any number of Tuners you control; change their Levels to 2, also you cannot Special Summon from the Extra Deck for the rest of this turn, except Synchro Monsters. You can only use each effect of “Mannadium Trisukta” once per turn.
Date Reviewed: December 5th, 2023
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Mannadium Trisukta is another Synchro Tuner that is meant to climb the ladder.
Generic materials for this Level 6 Fairy, Trisukta can be a vanilla Monster Reborn for a Level 2 Tuner when Synchro Summoned. This is great to continue your synchro climbing, but you’ll need someone else as Trisukta doesn’t turn off their Synchro status like yesterday’s card can. However, the just means you can use him alongside any Fairy Tuner you Special Summon with Trisukta or turn off Samsara’s Tuner status and use it alongside this monster and the Fairy you summoned with Trisukta to go for a Level 10 because Trisukta can change Tuners levels to 2 for the rest of the turn. If you wanted, you could make this card’s level be 2 and go for a Level 4 Synchro with the Fairy Trisukta Special Summoned.
With the ability to make all Tuner’s Level 2 it opens up a lot of options for Synchro Summoning, especially if you do this and have an extender or two available. With the abundance that Mannadium Special Summon, this card is a middle of the road monster in your climbing to your high Synchro Monsters. Make sure to get any other Extra Deck stuff out of the way beforehand, Trisukta locks you into Synchro Monsters for the turn when you change the Tuner monster(s) level to 2. Not being restricted to Fairy archetype or even Mannadium in effect(s), I could see Trisukta being in a Synchro-heavy strategy.
Until Next Time
To follow up from yesterday’s new Tuner for Mannadium, we now got a new Synchro Tuner that directly supports the archetype with Mannadium Trisukta.
Trisukta is a Level 6 LIGHT Fairy Synchro Tuner with 2300 ATK and 1500 DEF. Fine stats for a Level 6, LIGHT and Fairy are nice, and Level 6 Tuners do help with bigger Synchros. Materials are any Tuner and any non-Tuner(s), so completely generic. Upon Synchro Summon, you can target a Level 2 Tuner in your graveyard and Special Summon it with its effects negated. Good extension options for Mannadium, you don’t really care the Tuner has its effects negated in the Deck. All the Mannadium Tuners only really have effects to Special Summon themselves from hand and floating effects upon destruction, so negating their effects on field is irrelevant for them, but would matter if you ran generic Level 2 Tuners. You can also use this to target any number of Tuners you control to change their Levels to 2 for the turn, but you can only summon Synchros from the Extra Deck for the rest of the turn. It might not come up often, but if you really need to adjust your Levels to help make the Synchros you want, this is here as an option. Hard once per turn on each effect, of course. This mainly helps summon Visas Amritara with its first effect since it revives a Level 2 Tuner and this is Level 6, and you can basically summon Amritara with just Tuners. It’s a solid extender for the Mannadium archetype and I feel like it’s a staple for the Deck.
Advanced Rating: 3.75/5
Art: 4.5/5 Look at Kitkallos trying to be sneaky to avoid her ban.
Tearlaments Kitkallos might be banned, but that’s not stopping it from returning as a Mannadium monster; Mannadium Trisukta debuts as another Synchro for Mannadium, a level 6 LIGHT Fairy Synchro Tuner monster, in line with the rest of its archetype. Rather unfortunately, it has the regular requirements of a Tuner and any number of non-Tuners, so you can’t use multiple Tuners. That said, making it is still fairly easy, between Mannadium Riumheart and Visas Samsara being treated as a non-Tuner. Trisukta shares Kitkallos’s 2300 attack, though oddly gets a small lift of 100 defense for a total of 1300, giving it okay stats for a level 6 Synchro monster, though they’re at least decent for a Tuner.
Trisukta has a loadout of two hard once per turn effects, the first triggering if it’s Synchro Summoned to let you revive any level 2 Tuner from your Graveyard, albeit with its effects negated. Par for course, since this is Mannadium, you should almost always have the Mannadium ball you used to make Trisukta to revive. Generically, this actually doesn’t accomplish much because now you’re sitting on two Tuners, however this is perfect for climbing into Visas Amritara due to it taking any LIGHT monster as the non-Tuner, even if it’s a Tuner like Trisukta. Trisukta’s other effect locks you into Synchro Summoning from the Extra Deck for the rest of the turn, but lets you change any number of your Tuners to level 2. This effect is probably meant to be used after you swarm the field with Tuners so you can make a 5-hit Mannadium Prime-Heart, though the practicality of this is questionable, to say the least, when a 3-hit Prime-Heart will more than suffice. The real winner is the first effect, since Mannadium can climb into Amritara more easily than ever. Overall an excellent combo piece that streamlines Mannadium combos, can’t complain!
+Makes it extremely easy to summon Visas Amritara
-Poor generic applications on its own
-Second effect isn’t very useful
Art: 3.75/5 The armor is a bit tacky, but Kitkallos once again comes with banger colors.
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