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

Mega Ton Magical Cannon

Card Number - MFC-094

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

Date Reviewed - 11.20.03

Thursday - Mega Ton Magical Cannon
Remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field.

Normal Spell
Card Number MFC-094
Card ID No. 32062913
All I have to say is... GOOD LUCK. You'll need TONS of it.
If you can consistently pull this off against good players you deserve to be the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Champion.
That's all that needs to be said.

Constructed - 1/5
Limited - 1/5
DuelMonster Thursday:11/20/03

Mega Ton Magical Cannon:
Normal Spell
Effect: Remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field.

The ability to destroy all your opponents cards!

Requires 10 Spell Counters.
Sucks to actually have 10 Counters built up just to have it negated.

Magical Marionette + GearFreed + Eruma = Build up 10 Spell Counters in no time.

At first look this card seems a bit bad, then it kinda looks good, then it kinda goes back to bad. Sure it's a wicked Effect if you can pull it off, but you have to time it right so you can take a good chunk away from your opponents Field. It would really suck to finally get enough Spell Counters and the opponent has 1 Monster on the Field.

The only deck this would truly be worth playing in would be an all Spell Counter Deck with Marionette, Skilled Magicians, Library, Pitch-Black Power Stone and Magical Plant Mandragola. Cards also have a habit of not staying on the Field too long, so getting 10 Counters would be quite a task to pull off, making this card more of a fun casual game card and a waste off space in a tournament, well in my opinion.

Casual: 3.0
Tourney: 2.0
ArtWork: 2.0 - It's a nice concept for a cannon, but they could have drawn if a bit cooler or something. It looks like it's a magic powered piece of ancient technology that the Magicians built against flying Dragons. 
DM7FGD Mega Ton Magical Cannon

Normal Spell Card
Effect: Remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field.

Mega Ton Magical Cannon is a pretty interesting card that's usually extremely hard to pull off. It's a card that you'd have to base quite a few of cards around in your Deck, so it's really not worth the space.

Its Effect states that you remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the Field to destroy all of your opponent's cards on their side of the Field. That's all their Spell/Trap cards and all their Monster cards. The Effect could prove to be useful, but it's not likely you'll be able to use it, as rarely will you have 10+ Spell Counters on your side of the Field at the same time.

Some cards that could help with MTMC are Pitch-Black Power Stone, Breaker (Though you'll probably rather use its counter for "Breaking" an opponent's Spell/Trap card), Apprentice Magician, and Magical Marionette / Royal Magic Library. As said before, it's not going to be easy to get 10 Spell Counters on the Field at the same time, let alone get all that along with a Mega Ton Magical Cannon in hand. It's just not something that's easy to pull off, and even if you do, it may not benefit you as much as you might first think it would.

¥ - Mega Ton Magical Cannon - ¥
Overall Rating: 1.8 / 5 
MerrilHess Mega Ton Magical Cannon

Normal Spell
Remove 10 Spell counters from your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent’s side of the field.

Total Destruction

Down Sides:
Lose Spell Counters
Requires Spell Counters
Not a quick-play (that would make it a bit chainable)

Personally, I like Huge Revolution over this card. At least that gets rid of the Opponent’s hand as well, leaving them without an option.

In Casual play, it would be a fun thing to be able to use (if you could get the needed spell counters out). I would at least try it.

In tourneys, This card should only be even considered in a Dark Magician deck. Don’t use it in any other theme. It just wouldn’t fit.

In Sealed, well... I pretty much summed up what I was gonna say in my tourney section.

Overall it gets a 0.9/10. Having 10 spell counters on the field is unbelievable. The only way that could happen is if you had Royal Magic Library face up with 1 counter, and you activated 3 Pitch black Power stones before you play this.

Casual Rating: 2.0
Tourney Rating: 0.3
Sealed Rating: 0.4

*Props to the person who thought about summoning Lab. Wall and Millennium Shield through Giant Rat. Way to go*
f00b Mega Ton Magical Cannon - 11/20/03

Mega Ton Magical Cannon Remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field.
Normal Spell
Card Number MFC-094

+Pitch Black Power Stone speeds it up…I guess
+Possibility for instant field advantage, completely

-Too hard to get 10 (!) spell counters
-After all the work to get 10 out, it can just be Imperial Order-ed, Spell Shielded, etc. And you shouldn’t be running multiples…

Okay, normally I say give every card a chance, they all have value. But for this card…

Let me just say Hell No. This card is so incredibly not worth it. Talk about a card that’s ridiculously hard to pull off. I might have a better chance of summoning gate guardian =\. I mean, why would you be playing enough spell counter-using monsters in the first place? As a rule, they aren’t that great. And having 10 counters out means you’ve wasted a ton of cards. Not to mention the effect is only a feather duster and Raigeki, not an automatic win, etc.

In limited, OMG I would draft this card immediately it’s GAME-Breaking. NOT. I mean unless you’ve been paid to take a dive in the amount of $50 or something, why waste? Just draft that skull servant or griggle instead >_<.

Yea, this card is THAT bad. I mean, if you happen to get the effect off in a casual game, somehow, the result will be DEVASTATING for your opponent. Of course, it’s casual. You could just stack Exodia instead :p.

LoL Ratings:
Constructed - 1/5
Limited 0.2/5 
DrZap84 Mega Ton Magical Cannon

Remove 10 Spell Counters on your side of the field. Destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field.
Normal Spell
Card Number MFC-094

Well, this card is definitely an interesting one. At first glance it looks really good. I mean who doesn't like a raigeki and harpies feather duster all in one? However, there is a catch, you need a whopping 10 spell counters! Your going to need 3 Royal Magical Library and like 3 Pitch-Black Power Stone. And those cards definitely aren't worth it. 10 Spell counters is way to much to pay for when you have heavy storm, raigeki, harpies feather duster, and dark hole. 

Tourney Play: 1/5 10 spell counters just isn't worth it, and if you get hit with Imperial order when you finally manage to pull this off than well I'd be cursing.

Casual Play: 2/5 Its not even that good in casual, because as I keep saying 10 spell counters just isn't worth it.

Limited Play: 2.2/5 If you can get the magical library and pitch black's than I could for see this being less than average, but chances are your not going to get all that you need to pull this off.

All in all this card is horrible, don't play it, but I am sure anyone who is over 6 will realize this, and avoid it anyways. 


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