Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
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of Summon Dragon
- When this card is
played and Lord of D. is face-up on the field, you may
play up to two Dragon-Type cards from your hand as a
- Super Rare
- Magic Card
Reviewed - April 9th, 2002
Tourney Play 2.8
-You can summon 2 dragons for no tribute
-Trap hole can't effect the dragons you choose to
-You need a minimum of 3 cards to play this card.
-It only has one combo, otherwise it is a waste of
Reasons for pros:
Well, instead of paying 4 tribute for those 2 BewD
you now get them for free. We all know people like
things that are free. Free is well god. Well enough
on free, the point is you get a lot for little. I
mean with 2 bewDs and a lord of D you do 7200
damage! Which is very insane. Also when you first
put these cards into play, since they are a special
summon, trap hole doesn't effect you which is really
good, because trap hole is a must in any deck..
Reasons for cons:
Well, you need 3 cards to make this thing playable.
Really only two, but including this one it is three.
If you dont have atleast one Bewd one flute and one
Lord, this card is well a piece of uselessness in
your deck. Also this card only really has one combo.
The lord of D with dragons. Thats all, there isn't
really a lot to say about this card. Other then it
gets your dragons out quicker, and for cheaper.
Well thats all for todays show folks, tune in next
time to see what little billy has in store next
With this card you may be able to pull of one of
the best, if not the best, combo that is in the
bewd set. I am sure in future sets there will
be more uses for this card but there will probably
also be many more ways to counter it. The best
dragon is of course bewd, and is a must with any
deck that had this card in it.
In any deck that contains this card I would
recommend you have 2 in your deck, 3 if you have a
rather dragon based deck. Though there
probably isn't very many dragon deck out there yet.
Best combo is with lord of D and 2 BEWD.
The cards explain them selves but you have to worry
about lord of D getting taken out by trap hole.
Which would cause your intire plan to go up in
smoke. The only cards I can think that help are
monster reborn, and remove trap.
Nice card when you have a Lord of Dragon out... that's about it. Er, not
really much to say about this...
Combos: Only Lord of D... I can't really think of much to say on this card.
You all know what it does... BEWD... that's about it =\
||2.5/5 – Yea its good. But it
relies too heavily on too many cards to be of
Flute of Summoning Dragon. The next biggest
staple in a Dragon deck. To begin with, you get two
freebie Dragons from your hand, straight down to the
field. Due to being from a magic card, they are also
Specially Summoned, thus immune to Trap Hole. The
best obvious time to use it is with two BEWD in your
Given two free summons is powerful. So of course
there’s a downside. And it’s a biggie, IMO. You
need a blasted Lord of D. on your bench! >_<
Yes, that little bugger comes back to haunt ya with
his sub par stats. Well, there are ways around him.
You could play him once you get the Flute on the
field or in your hand with two Dragons. They’d
keep him from play for the most part. But wait! Is
that a Trap Hole? Yup, there goes your little ploy.
No doubt about it, it is a power card. But you need
to save it for juuuust the right time or else… =/
||Rating - 3/5
Flute of Summon Dragon is way
better then Lord of D, for various reasons. This
card can't bite you in the butt, and, you can use
your opponents Lord of D to play this! You could
have two Blue-Eyes out on the second turn of the
You could also play Flute to just
to put some monsters out to protect your life points
until you draw a card that you need, or go for the
kill right away :D
The bad thing is...you need a Lord
of D. out. If there isn't one out, this card is