Parametalfoes Fusion – #BLVO-EN061
Fusion Summon 1 “Metalfoes” Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck, using up to 1 monster each from your hand, field, and/or face-up Extra Deck as Fusion Material. You can only activate 1 “Parametalfoes Fusion” per turn.
Date Reviewed: April 7th, 2021
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Hello Pojo Fans,
New Fusion Spell for the archetype in the form of Parametalfoes Fusion.
While not a Quick-Play like Fullmetalfoes Fusion, nor giving you a free draw when popped like the widely used Metalfoes Fusion, Parametalfoes really wants you to use it for a Fusion Summon and not fodder for a pop effect. Able to use monsters from the hand, field and face-up in the Extra Deck as materials ensures that if you are playing the deck for the Fusion monster that you will be able to get to them. If you didn’t want to deplete your hand you could merely use face-up Pendulum Monsters in the Extra Deck now. Cards that trigger when sent to the grave via “Metalfoes” effects will also trigger off this card, gaining you advantage.
Not much else to say about this card. It’s a Fusion Spell for the archetype and only this archetype. Doesn’t do what Metalfoes Fusion would do, and isn’t as fast as Fullmetalfoes Fusion, but it is wider reaching than either.
Until Next Time
New Metalfoes support means new Fusion Spell: Parametalfoes Fusion.
Parametalfoes Fusion is a Normal Spell that lets you Fusion Summon any Metalfoes Fusion by using up to 1 monster each from your hand, field, and/or face-up Extra Deck as Fusion Material. It does suck to be limited to 1 from each area, but it might just be broken if you could just use your face-up Extra Deck for a Fusion Summon. At least you get access to the Extra Deck for Fusion Materials while also still being able to use the hand or field when needed. It’s another Fusion Spell for the archetype that accesses an area for Fusion Materials you previously couldn’t get access to, but we’re still waiting to get access to using the Deck for materials. Either way, standard hard once per turn on this card. It’s different from other Fusion Spells we can say, worth having a copy of since Metalfoes Mithrilium can easily recycle this for you into the Deck for your Metalfoes to put back on field for you.
Advanced Rating: 3/5
Art: 4.5/5 No standard swirl, instead we get some nice Metalfoes lore.
As most Themes need a Field Magic these days, most also require a Fusion specific card, so here’s Parametalfoes Fusion. A Normal Magic letting you Special Summon a Theme Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck. No cost or anything like that, and you’re allowed up to 1 Monster from your Hand, Field, and/or face up Extra Deck as Material. Interesting twist in there to include the Extra Deck, which may not honestly help you as much as you think. I might use Super Poly over this for one. I don’t find this card bad but the unique aspect of this card isn’t really enough to motivate to want to use it either. If it works, roll with it. The cards available for Fusion Summon are only increasing.
Art: 3.5/5 Meh, the color and visuals are still here, but I’m not as onboard here as I was with the past two cards.
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