Prank-Kids Meow-Meow-Mu – #PHRA-EN049
1 Level 4 or lower “Prank-Kids” monster
You can only Link Summon “Prank-Kids Meow-Meow-Mu” once per turn. If a “Prank-Kids” monster you control would Tribute itself to activate its effect during your opponent’s turn, you can banish this card you control or from your GY instead. You can only use this effect of “Prank-Kids Meow-Meow-Mu” once per turn.
Date Reviewed: January 25th, 2021
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Prank-Kids Meow-Meow-Mu is the new support for the archetype needed in Link form.
A first-turn card with only needing a Prank-Kids monster. Meow-Mu is an end-around for your Prank-Kids not to tribute itself to activate its effect. While this will end up being a one-time use as Meow-Mu will get banished, being able to easily make this monster and banish it on the field or in the grave will allow you to keep your bigger Extra Deck Praink-Kids to stay around longer or use their effects twice per turn. Battle Butler and Rip-Roarin-Rooster are your field-clearing cards and while you likely wouldn’t need to use their effect twice in a turn, it’s good to be able to use the effect and not lose your monster. Same goes for Dodo-Doodle-Doo gathering Prank-Kids back to your hand from the grave. You commit to these Extra Deck monsters only to tribute them, it wasn’t the best strategy, it needed Meow-Mu to allow them to stay on the field, especially Rooster and Battle Butler being your big attackers.
Meow-Mu you want to go for as quickly as possible. Use it to link climb because you’ll have it in the grave for later, or you can use it straight-away to push for advantage with another card.
Until Next Time
Yay for more Prank-Kids! Meow-Meow-Mu is a Link 1 Monster, Earth and Rock for some reason, with 1000 attack (nice for a Link 1) with a line arrow pointing directly below itself. Link Summon here requiring just a Level 4 or lower Prank-Kid. Only one can be Link Summoned a Turn. No issue here with that. This card in your control or Graveyard can be removed from play when a Theme Monster activates its effect during your opponent’s Turn. This is a wonderful effect in the Theme keeping other Monsters in it on the Field after using their effect(s). Said effect is once per turn also but I suppose that makes sense to coincide with the prior effect. Small Links like this too are great for Linking up into bigger ones, so that’s a benefit here as well Very nice for the Theme.
Art: 3/5 not the best, not the worst, the emotion on the face of the dog is adequate for Monday
Better late than never to review, but today we are looking at the Link-1 Prank-Kids got to help get their plays going quicker: Prank-Kids Meow-Meow-Mu.
Meow-Meow-Mu is a Link-1 EARTH Rock with 1000 ATK and a downward pointing arrow. ATK is expected on Link-1, arrow is good, and EARTH/Rock is a good combo. The summoning requirement is any Level 4 or lower Prank-Kids, which is what you want to use anyway to get them to float into another name. You can only Link Summon this once a turn, likely to avoid you continuing to Link off your Prank-Kids into Link-1s for floating, but you do have this and the new Prank-Kid for a Link-2. If a Prank-Kids would tribute itself to use its effect on the opponent’s turn, you can banish this card from your field or graveyard instead, which helps mostly to resolve Battle Butler for a Raigeki or a Rip-Roarin-Roaster for a Harpie’s Feather Duster, which is nice to do that without giving up your 3000 bodies. This is a hard once per turn effect mostly because the two monsters listed aren’t. Either way, Prank-Kids needed a Link-1 to get plays going without needing 2 on field or in hand, and this is it. The effect could of been even more minimal and it still would of been useful, but either way this is a perfect addition to Prank-Kids.
Advanced Rating: 4/5
Art: 3.5/5 If I was a dog, this is probably how I’d react to a cat.
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