Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating
Date Reviewed - 10.14.02
Hey, we already reviewed
This card has lost its
usefulness with the three disruption cards in Magic
Ruler (Confiscation, Delinquent Duo, The
Forceful Sentry), as well as
Mystical Space Typhoon. I haven't seen it
played in a while. If you are playing a hand
destruction deck, for the time being, you will still
be safe using one of these, but with Axe of
Despair, White Magical Hat
turns into a beast. Your choice.
(it's still a good card, but it's just lost its
Robbin' Goblin -- Monday
Introduction: Bam! There goes your hand! Oh bam, I
have White Magical Hat!
Discard another card! Bam! You don't have a hand!
Each time 1 of your monsters inflicts damage to your
opponent's Life Points,
1 card is randomly selected from your opponent's hand
and discarded to the
Why should you use it?
*Combo smells abusive
Why shouldn't you use it?
*No "excess" powering monster
Reasons: We're looking and old card that is still
good. This card if played
very correctly, can get so much card advantage. If you
play it the right
way, you can burn someone's hand up, and with cards
life The Forceful Sentry
and Confiscation, it can get very crazy. Also combo
this card up with other
cards, like Jinzo #5 and Messenger of Peace, it will
be so dangerous. This
card is one of those infamous cards, that you wonder
why Upper Deck didn't
restrict. But the card may seem good, but it doesn't
do that much. To be
able to successfully have card advantage you need to
attack twice to
"exceed" to do damage. Though there isn't that many
monsters that can
exceed, with the current gaming (just Dark Elf, and M.
leaguers*), but there is always using powerups, but
that's another card to
add. Also with the current Magic and Traps dispruption,
it is hard to find
this card to be on the field that long. Additional
cards like Giant Trunade
and Cyclone* (Typhoon).
Rating: This card has been tried to be used, but I
have only seen very few
to effectively use it. Though it might just be me, to
countered these cards,
this card is very hard to play, and to make it be used
to the fullest. This
is NOT just one of those cards to throw in your deck.
I know the first time
this card was rated it got a very high rating, not
this time. This card gets
a 3.5. It is a little bit above average, but isn't "4"
Conclusion: Robbin' Goblin only follows those who are
wise enough to unlock
it's true "secret"