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

Forced Requisition

Card Number - PSV-025

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

Date Reviewed - 11.10.02


Friday - Forced Requisition
OK, this card is fun.  Really fun.  You like Magic Jammer?  Let them share in the discard cost.  Tribute to the Doomed?  Same thing.  Card Destruction?  If you have a hand size equal or greater than theirs, their hand is obliterated.   Best of all, it's a Continuous Trap, so use it as many times as you want!  This card will be essential to hand disruption decks until we get Don Zaruug in Pharonic Guardian, but you don't need to run 3 of them.  You only need 1 to get the job done, so I say run a max of 2 so you can get at least one of them.  Enjoy ^_^
Score: 3.4 (one of my personal favorites from the set, and it's only a Rare, so enjoy ^_^)


Forced Requisition
Continuous Trap
You can activate this card when you discard from your hand. Every time you discard from your hand, your opponent must also discard the same number of cards from his/her hand.

Okay, Upper Deck might have to give a ruling on this card. I've been talking to some people who know the Japanese rulings and there are a couple of things you should know. First of all, this is one of those Traps where you have to satisfy the condition first before you can activate it (like you can only activate Mirror Force when your opponent's Monsters attack). So, when you discard a card (ie for Magic Jammer or Tribute to the Doomed), you can activate Forced Requisitition. Once it is face up, you finally get to use the effect. So you do NOT get the effect immediately the first time.

This trap works great with Card Destruction (as long as it's already active of course). You first resolve Card Destruction's effect (both player discard their hand and draw that many cards), and then you resolve Forced Requisition's effect. If you discarded 4 cards for Card Destruction, your opponent would then have to discard 4 cards from his NEW hand. Pretty darn good if you ask me. ~_^

The problem with the card is that it is kinda fragile. You have to activate it first by discarding a card and then you can get the benefit. By then, your opponent would probably have a way to deal with it. You would probably put this card in your side deck as it is great if your opponent is running a bunch of discard cards like Confiscation, Delinquent Duo and White Magical Hat. This card will be even more powerful in the future when we have cards like Graceful Charity...

Rating: 3.4/5
wartortle32 Friday - Forced Requisition

Today we look at forced requisition, This card forces the opponent to discard a card whenever you discard a card from your hand.

This card is good, but only when put in certain decks. If you find yourself constantly discarding cards from your hand because you have more than 6 cards in your hand, this card is perfect for you. Also, you can combo this with magic jammer or tribute to the doomed to also force the opponent get rid of a card.

I give this card a 3/5. Though it isn't for every deck, I think it works best in a hand disruption deck or a stall deck.


Forced Requisition

Well. Basically, whenever you discard a card or cards from your hand your opponent loses the same amount of cards from their hand. This card is a pretty nice tech to those hand destruction decks. But i think this card will stay as sideboard material. Its a continuous trap card so heavy storm will target this sucker fast. Provided that your opponent actually has it or draws it. Its an okay card but eh its nothing major.

Rating 2.0



Forced Requisition

This card will only see play if certain cards in Servant are not restricted. I doubt it will ever be in a Main Deck but that will depend on your local tournament environment. This card's currently one of the strongest cards in the set because the restricted list hasn't been updated, it's proven really useful in playtesting but like I said things will probably change once the restricted list is updated.

Until then I suggest you try to get at least 3 copies of it incase you need them in the near future. Remember that trading for a card no one thinks a lot about is always a great deal. ^_<

Rating 3.6 (currently)

Rating 2.3 (After Restrrictions)

Forced Requisition
Continuous Trap
You can activate this card when you discard from your hand. Every time you discard from your hand, your opponent must also discard the same number of cards from his/her hand

This card is similar to 'Robbin Goblin in a way. However, it dosen't come near being as effective as it. beign a continuous trap it is the subject to attacks from Heavy Storm, Mystical Space Typhoon and even the rare Giant Trunade.

Hand disruption is a good strategy in Yu-Gi-Oh! since there are so little card drawing options, recovery is hard to do.

There are better choices however, 'Robbin Goblin is just superior to Forced Requisition. Although, if used together, your opponent will have a tough time keeping a hand.

My rating: 3. It's average at best.
Yonex Forced Requisition -- Friday

Introduction: You Card Destruction? Oh discard 5 cards from your hand!

Continuous Trap
You can activate this card when you discard from your hand. Every time you
discard from your hand, your opponent must also discard the same number of
cards from his/her hand.

Why should you use it?
*Counters hand discard
*Combo with other cards

Why shouldn't you use it?
*Situational useless card

Reasons: Today we look at one of cards that in my opinion is just asking to
be abused. This card counters those decks that run hand disruption and will
make them pay a big price for using them. If you combo this with Card
Destruction, you can probably destroy someone's hand very quickly. This is
if my ruling is right. You can run htis card in any normal deck, that uses
Magic Jammer and /or Tribute to the Doomed. Though this card is good, it
also has a bad side. If you don't this card cards, you pretty much have a
useless card.

Rating: A good card, maybe a deck around this card? Time will tell. This
gets a 2.5. It's not good or bad, but it has potential!

Conclusion: Force your opponent to discard cards is evil :-).




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