It's Friday, and you know what that
means, it's time for a Friday fun pick
special! (And I didn't even pick the
card for today.....*has started Friday
tradition*). Today's fun pick special is
a card we've been looking forward to review
since the day the Yu-Gi-Oh! site opened, Skull
"A skeletal ghost that isn't strong
but can mean trouble in large numbers."
Excuse me while I write in "1337
$ku|_|_ $3r\/4nt r0><0r$ j00!!!!!!!
Yes, Skull Servant is a god. If you get
three of these on the field, you are
unstoppable. Literally. Read the
flavor text. It says trouble in
large numbers. You can win
instantly with 5 of them on the field (3 of
yours, 2 from your opponent), similar to how
you win with Exodia if you
have all 5 parts in your hand). They
can't be destroyed by Trap Hole,
they can be powered up by Castle of
Dark Illusions, and they don't
require a Tribute to play, either, although
I'd pay up to 5 Tributes to
play this guy! He's just that good!
Should YOU play it?
Well, of course you should! Play 3 of
them, and you're unstoppable!
Skull Servant instantly gets a 5.0.
If I gave it any less, it would be stupid!!!
Now that you are totally convinced that I am
smoking something REALLY
strong (similar to the stuff the people that
translated Cyclone as Mystical
Space Typhoon were), you should never
ever EVER EVER EVER EVER
play this card. (Got it?)
So, Skull Servant gets a 1.0.
No, it can't even do stuff. (Whoever
created that phrase was a genius, and I'll be
the first to tell you the genius wasn't me