Equip only to a Gemini monster. It becomes an Effect Monster, and gains its effects. If this face-up card is sent from the field to the GY: Target 1 Normal Monster in your GY; Special Summon it.
August 27th, 2020
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Supervise…ah, the old Gemini support and our Throwback Thursday choice.
Plenty of ways to search an Equip Spell now, or get it into the grave and bounce it back to the hand. With Link Summoning now in the game the second effect of Supervise becomes much better. Link away the Gemini after using its effect and get a free Special Summon of your Gemini monster. Even better, if you haven’t used your Normal Summon yet, you’ll be getting another Gemini monster off of this second effect. Because most Gemini monsters are Ignition, it makes sense to make this an Equip Spell. Combined with Gemini Spark and you’ll end up with a free draw, your monster back on the field (though a Normal Monster now) and a card gone from your opponents field. This combo works better I feel defensively rather than offensively, unless you have a field set up already. Supervise is good because there are ways to get Supervise off the field without losing advantage. Gemini are slow, but with Synchro, Fusion, and Link Summoning you can benefit immediately from Supervise. If you had an eligible monster in the grave you could also Xyz Summon, but the previously mentioned methods require less setup.
Link Summoning made Supervise a much better card for Gemini.
Until Next Time
Throwback Thursday has us looking at an Equip Spell that’s one of the best Gemini cards we have in the game overall: Supervise.
Supervise is an Equip Spell that equips only to a Gemini Monster and makes said monster become an Effect Monster and has it gain its effects. Nice way to make sure you don’t have to waste a Normal Summon or wait til next turn to get the Gemini Summon, gets your Gemini going right away in making it more useful. It’d just be nice if we had stronger Geminis overall, but that isn’t much of a knock on this card. The second effect is if it’s face-up and sent from the field to the graveyard where you revive a Normal Monster immediately after. This is mandatory, but rarely if ever is field presence a bad thing. Normal Monsters are noteworthy of course because all Geminis are treated as Normal Monsters in the graveyard, meaning Supervise can revive them all. Having the revival for them all is great to potentially Normal Summon them to get their Gemini Effects once again. No hard once per turns anywhere either, which is a great benefit to this card. It’s worth running with Geminis to get your effects and send this to the grave for the revival to make plays. It’s great for Geminis.
Advanced Rating: 3.75/5
Art: 3/5 As cool as I want to say it looks, it is a little hard to tell what’s going on here.
Throwback Thursday had lots of choices this week looking at Fire and Gemini cards so here’s the Equip Magic card Supervise. This is a perfect example of how a card doesn’t have to be flashy or complicated to still be good Equipped to a Gemini makes it become its effect self without having to second Summon it. I’d like this more in a Field Magic form but this is still great You even get a Normal Monster back from your Graveyard when this card is destroyed. It’s quite good but Gemini’s aren’t there yet, so the score must reflect that.
Art: 3.5/5 So I’m thinking I’m seeing a weapon being forged? I don’t think the name or the art for each other or what this card does.
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