Super Polymerization
Super Polymerization

Super Polymerization – #MAGO-EN047

Discard 1 card; Fusion Summon 1 Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck, using monsters from either field as Fusion Material. Neither player can activate cards or effects in response to this card’s activation.

Date Reviewed:  April 22nd, 2021

Rating: 4.58

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KoL's Avatar
King of

Hello Pojo Fans,

Super Polymerization is our Throwback Thursday choice and a perfect card for any deck using Fallen of Albaz.

For one discard, (Albaz does the same thing), you get to use your opponents monsters as Fusion Materials for a Fusion Summon of your own. Spell Speed 4, no getting around this happening, putting this card in elite company. Any deck that Fusion Summons can play this, but the more you Fusion Summon, the more likely you’ll use this card, especially when your Fusion monster have generic requirements to them. Shaddolls max out on this card to take full advantage of their opponents monsters, while others will side this card in and have copies of generic Fusion Monstes like Starving Venom Fusion Dragon and Mudragon of the Swamp. The latter will use Super Polymerization as a removal card more than part of a set strategy. With Albaz, any of the Fusions can combo with Super Polymerization and can have the same result as Albaz’s effect, without having to risk it being negated.

Super Polymerization will always be one of the most if not the most powerful Fusion card because it cannot be negated. It can use multiple monsters your opponent controls and can swing the game on its own.

Advanced-4.5/5     Art-4/5

Until Next Time

Crunch$G Avatar

Throwback Thursday gives us a card that Albaz’s effect is similar to, only more freedom in what you can use as materials: Super Polymerization.

Super Poly is a Quick-Play Spell that lets you discard a card to Fusion Summon any Fusion by using monsters on either side of the field as material and neither player can respond to this card with effects. It’s a very powerful card still to this day, mostly getting better over time as we got more generic Fusions. Shaddolls and HEROes might like this with their Attribute-based Fusions and this is a great counter to anything DARK related or Decks using a bunch of the same Attributes and different Types with cards like Starving Venom Fusion Dragon or Mudragon of the Swamp. You also got World Chalice Guardragon Almarduke to counter anything Link related. I’m sure you can find a ton of Fusions to counter various different Decks to use this for. It’s an insanely good card for countering certain matchups, and it can help anything Fusion related, especially if the opponent can provide the materials you are missing for your Fusions.

Advanced Rating: 4.5/5

Art: 3/5 It’s a swirl on top of another swirl.

Dark Paladin's Avatar

In an appropriate move after the start of the week, Throwback Thursday gives us Super Polymerization.  This is the best generic Fusion card we have in the game.  This being Quickplay should almost be criminal.  This is one of the first cards that started the ‘Special Summon from the Extra Deck on their Turn’ as well as ‘use your opponent’s Monsters’ effect.  These were a big deal at the time, but it was for Fusion, so it went pretty quiet for a while.  Guaranteed activation only makes this better.  Like most Fusion or Extra Deck specific cards, it’s seen highs and lows, but it’s the best at what it does.

Rating:  4.75/5

Art:  4.5/5  Definitely the coolest swirl art.  Plain but enough color to keep you interested.

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