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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day

Tremendous Fire

Card Number - MRD-088
Average Rating - 3.06 (based on 3 reviews)

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating

Date Reviewed - August 6, 2002

SomeGuy

Tuesday - Tremendous Fire

Tremendous Fire is a Magic card which deals 1000 damage to your opponent's life points while doing 500 to your life points.

Tremendous Fire works great in Direct Damage decks (Of course), 1000 damage right off the bat with such a minor drawback is excellent.

When you think of it, it's pretty much like half a Dark Elf (For a turn). Except for the fact the damage cannot be stopped unless the complete card is countered (Magic Jammer, Solemn Judgment, ect.).

Then there's Dian Keto. Not many people play it, but it is somewhat a counter to Tremendous Fire.

The great part about Tremendous Fire is that there are so many cards to compliment it. Princess of Tsurgi, Cannon Soldier, and Just Desserts to name a few.

Rating: 2.9/5

Not really _that_ great but a decent card that belongs in Direct Damage decks

CGChewie

Tue- Trem. Fire
 
Tremendous Fire is a direct damage magic card, obviously. Only suited for direct damage decks. It is, the crème of the crop, however, dealing 1000 damage, with a minor cost of 500 to you. Having 3 of these and three Ookazi will take away 67% of your opponent’s LP with magic cards alone. That’s pretty darn good, since there’s no way to stop them currently.
 
Add in the fact that they can’t stop Cannon Soldiers or Catapult Turtles and they could have a hard time stopping you from depleting their LP. You could even go as far as using Rainbow Flowers and Robbin’ Goblins with Cannon Soldiers. That’s 900 LP damage, since they can’t block Rainbow’s attack and you can use Cannon’s effect right afterwards. Add in a Goblin and they lose a card during the mess, too!
 
Rating: 2.5/5 ­ It sucks by itself, but with the right deck…

NickWhiz1

No review.

Melkor

A lot of cards in different TCGs are all-purpose, and the same can definitely be said for Yu-Gi-Oh!. However, there are many cards in all TCGs that have very specific uses in very specific decks, and lose effectiveness when played outside of those decks. Tremendous Fire is a card that works very well in a Burner (direct damage) deck, but in other decks, it wastes space. However, it's not necessarily a bad card, just not great.

The card itself is highly efficient. For half the damage, you can do 1000. 1000 may not seem like terribly much, but it does add up in conjunction with other cards, which is indeed why burners can be so fast and devastating. Granted, this card by itself doesn't do much in the way of horrible damage. Also, it should noted that it really doesn't belong in normal beatdown decks. It slows it and wastes space. Keep this card to defensive decks.

Not much in the way of combos for this card. It's pretty simple. Use it with other direct damage cards, and you'll be a force to be reckoned with. For the small kickback damage, Dian Keto can be used, but definitely isn't reccomended, considering how many other much better cards can be played, not to mention the cost is, as mentioned earlier, a small one.

Rating - 3.8 Not good by itself, but excellent in burners. Definitely use it in one, but never a beatdown or Exodia deck.

Trunks the Swordsman No review.
Codith No review.

 

 

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