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Columns! That’s basically this card in a nutshell. He can’t ever be used for multi-attack shenanigans but at least you’re getting one solid attack depending on how much you lock and unlock. Having at least one attacker spare if Trans-else needs dropping is nice and generally just having something meaty to force shield is useful when the deck’s only actual finisher is GR in rarity.
Hopeless in anything else not Messiah though, you don’t typically lock fast enough.
What’s up, Rogue Squad?! For today’s Card of the Day, we’re going to be looking at a new Messiah card that will more than likely be an interesting tech card to play especially against other Messiahs and Chaos players. Normally, Messiahs are all about locking your own rear-guards just to unlock them later in the turn and throw them at your opponent, but Metallia Messiah kind of breaks that mold by making him unable to be locked to begin with, but the exchange is that the more locks AND unlocks he sees, the stronger he gets. I’ve personally seen him get to be as high as 36k by himself and unboosted because of the amount of locks and unlocks he’s seen. The real drawback is that you can’t lock him with your own skills to continue your combos, but when you’re getting that much power for doing what the deck does, then I think it’s a good exchange.
Especially in this up and coming Chaos Control II era, if you’re playing Messiahs to counter Chaos, then consider trying this as a 2 of.
Artwork: 4/5 (Pretty manly looking for a bunch of feminine looking Messiah cards.)
Next Time: Haven’t heard that name since it was a Dark Witch in Yugioh.
Go Rogue…Go Pro…and I guess for this week, unlock the Meta…no, that sounds stupid…still undecided lol
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