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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

March 2007
 

Rust ~Dr. Werewolf

 

Hello there, Pojo people! As you know, rust is a type of chemical reaction that has the power to hurt metal, sometimes breaking it, sometimes doing nothing more than just making it look bad. However, today's article about "Rust" is figurative. Since rust destroys machines, an article about anti-machine, or more specifically an anti-gadget card that carried the title seemed appropriate.
 
Gadgets have been making pretty big impacts on the metagame ever since their release in Machine Re-Volt. They have top-eighted at tourneys across the country, and can be devastating to play against without preperation. Today's article is about one card that can wreck the gadget cycle completely, an underlooked trap card that was released years ago in PSV.
 
Drum roll please...
 
 
And the card is...
 
 
Chain Destruction.
 
Not only does the card come with absolutely an absolutely wicked name and art, its effect can destroy the cycle of gadgets.
At this point you may be shouting, "but what is the card's 'great' effect?"
 
The effect of Chain Destruction reads:
 
"You can activate this card when a monster with and atk of 2000 or less is Normal Summoned, Flip Summoned, or Special Summoned. Destroy all monsters with the same name in the summoning player's hand and deck. the deck is then shuffled."
 
Well, right about now, you're probably thinking: "Wow, great card. You have to have it set when the opponent is summoning a monster, more specifically a gadget, and then you have to activate it, assuming it wasn't destroyed."
 
You would be right, but it does three important things when it goes off:
 
1) Lets you look at the opponent's hand
2) Lets you look at the opponent's deck
3) Disrupts the opponent's hand and deck.
 
This card is more of an Side Deck card than a Main deck card, and it's easy to see why (it only works against one decktype). Try it out. If I get my hands on one, it's definitely going into a side deck.
 
Thank you all for reading,
 
~Dr. Werewolf

 




 

 

 


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