Super Rejuvenation
Super Rejuvenation

 Super Rejuvenation
– #MYFI-EN052

During the End Phase of the turn this card was activated, draw a number of cards equal to the combined number of Dragon monsters you discarded or Tributed from your hand or field this turn.

Date Reviewed: 
January 16th, 2020

Rating: 3.83

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.

Reviews Below:

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King of

Hello Pojo Fans,

Super Rejuvenation was once a dominant card for several decks. Now not as much, but with its return from the banlist it could see some potential play.

You don’t get the cards you draw until the End Phase, limiting how you get to benefit from the advantage it can give you. Discarding is more likely your best option with this card. Other than Hieratics, Dragon decks more so discard than tribute. Hieratics will love using this card, Dragonmaids I’m not quite sure. Dragon Rulers made this card a nightmare and were the primary reason for it hitting the list, but the Dragon Rulers aren’t in the game at the moment (minus Tempest).

It doesn’t have the same game-breaking power it used to have. It can be handy for some decks playing Dragon-Type monsters, though I don’t think you’d run it in threes, even in something like Hieratics.

Advanced-4/5     Art-4/5

Until Next Time

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We didn’t look at this during banlist week a little while back only because I knew it would make for a good Throwback Thursday this week, Super Rejuvenation.

Super Rejuvenation is a Quick-Play Spell that during the End Phase of the turn you activated this card, you draw a number of cards equal to the number of Dragons you either discarded or tributed from your hand or field and I appreciate that this still does count before you use the card. Super Rejuvenation was very powerful in Dragon Rulers I remember because of how easily you could draw 4 cards or even more, and it gets more terrifying when you draw into another copy you could use immediately. It’s still a good effect on paper, there’s just no strong way to abuse it like we had with Dragon Rulers 7 years ago. If you can discard a lot of Dragons (Trade-In and Cards of Consonance come to mind), then you could get a lot of plusses off this one card and I remember an Exodia Deck that ran the White Stone of Legend and some Blue-Eyes for the discard fodder to be able to use this, so I imagine that could still work. Like I said, it’s a decent card, but it doesn’t have a home that breaks it wide open, and that’s probably a good thing.

Advanced Rating: 3.5/5

Art: 4/5 Looks like that hurt, at least Cave Dragon is recovering.

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Super Rejuvenation is an excellent Throwback Thursday card.  This card was Banned once, and had three prior reviews.  The last time, was when it was Banned, but here are links below:

  • 2013
  • 2005 (I miss EMoD/CotPS, Tranorix, and Coin Flip…moment of silence)
  • 2003 (initial release in LOD):  

Anyway, Banned or not (Unlimited at present) 7 years is a long enough gap to look at this card.  This is a Quickplay Magic card that can be very easy to abuse.  But it’s a smart man’s card.  You have to be smart to get the most advantage from this, and for a long time, two things were issues.  One, we didn’t have a great many cards to utilize this to its full potential, and two, when people did figure it out, it was Banned.

It fits quite well in the theme though, since you’re discarding so much, and this nets you a card for each one.  If you find yourself having to Tribute for one of your Dragons, or maybe a high level one you are playing out of the them in the Deck, it helps too.  This is one of those weird cards while it isn’t specific to any type of Dragons, it won’t actually help ALL Dragon Decks.  

Rating:  For Dragonmaids I give it a 4/5, as well as a constructed build to fully take advantage, but for average Dragon builds, I’d only give it a 2.5/5 for a 3.25/5 average

Art:  Umm…Cave Dragon, okay…is that a wound?  The picture doesn’t quite mesh to me with the effect or the name of the picture?  I feel there should be (more) glowing here.  

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