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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

 March 2007

A secret power; Raigeki Break - Xardion

 

March/07/2007
A secret power; Raigeki Break - Xardion
 
Konnichiwa...This is Xardion...
 
This is my first tip, so there may be an inconsistency here and there. But mind it not.
This is about an old classic trap card, Raigeki Break.
 
Raigeki Break
Discard 1 card from your hand. Destroy 1 card on the field
 
Sounds unremarkable, but that couldn't be further from the truth. For starters, this allows a duelist to destroy one card, period. Meaning it could be a monster, magic, or trap card that may have been set that turn. Drop a card. Bam! It's gone. A face-down you don't want to worry about? Bam! A trap card that's waiting to do you some damage? Bam! Swords of Revealing light stopping you from finishing your foe? Bam! And it's chainable, a plus for many duelists.
 
Now granted, there are other cards that can do this without the card cost. Nobleman of Crossout, Exile Force, Mystical Space Typhoon, etc. But it’s the part of card discardment that you want to focus on. Dark World monsters will have a field day with this. Destroy a set card and summon a monster all in one shot. Also, I found that E-Heroes benefit from this card too. To use Miracle Fusion to it full, it would be good to dump those E-Heroes that you don't need for Miracle Fusion later. Or better yet, use it to dump of E-Hero Necroshade for its special effect so you can summon a Neos or a Bladedge right off. Or, for a Neos type deck, blast a card while discarding Neos, then use Oversoul to resurrect the very Neos you discarded.
 
Of course, there are always the little things. Just in case you don't have anything gamebreaking to dump off, you still get to destroy a set or summoned card. Example: Mobius the Frost Monarch comes up, destroys your Raigeki Break, you chain and destroy Mobius (or any of the other Monarchs for that matter). Unless they summon it back with Call of the Haunted or Premature Burial, that's pretty much it. Or let’s say they want to bring something back from the grave with those cards. Raigeki Break eliminated them before it happens. Or, they have a powerful monster on the field and they use Heavy Storm to clear away any resistance. Raigeki Break pulls it down with him.
 
There are other uses for this trap, but for now, I'll leave it to your imagination as to how this card can be used. Bottom line, this is a good card if you need to dump something off to the graveyard and bring back later. This is quite a versatile little trap and in the right deck, can be a great asset. Anyway, I like it.
 
Sayonrara...for now...
 
 
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