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

Reversal Quiz

Card Number - PGD-092

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

Date Reviewed - 09.05.03

wartortle32 Reversal Quiz

Send all cards in your hand and on your side of the field to the Graveyard. Call the Type of card (Monster, Magic, or Trap) on top of your deck. If you call it right, exchange your current Life Points with your opponent’s current ones.

Personally, I don't see much use for this card. Even if you were really behind in LP, using this card would still put you in a horrible position. It gets rid of all your cards in your hand and on the field. And then the effect isn't guaranteed either. You will be topdecking most likely for the rest of the duel. This sets up a really easy yata lock situation for the opponent, and with the popularity of Yata, more times than not, you will get locked.

I'd give this 1.5/5. The cost is way too high and the profit way too low for it to be useful. 
DuelMonster Friday:

Reversal Quiz/The Reverse Quiz:
PGD-092-Short Print
Magic Card: Normal
Effect: Send all cards in your hand and on your side of the field to the Graveyard. Call the Type of card (Monster, Magic, or Trap) on top of your deck. If you call it right, exchange your current Life Points with your opponent’s current ones.

This can be a quick "save you butt" card... IF played right. The real bad side to this card is that you have clear your hand and field to activate it, but as long as you don't have many or any cards on the field and in your hand, it may not be so bad. The other bad part is guessing the right card, but cards like Big Eye, A Cat of Ill Omen, An Owl Of Luck, even Sword Of Deep Seated, Horn Of The Unicorn and Cockroach Knight can make the guessing simple, and it would be nice but Convulsion of Nature wouldn't work because once it's destroyed by Reversal Quiz’s effect the decks get flipped back face-down.

Using this card when your opponent has a good amount of LP and you're down to almost nothing can save the game for you, but having to destroy your field and hand and as far as I can tell you don't get to keep the card from the top of your deck after you look at it, you leave yourself WIDE open for an assault or even a Yata-Lock. So using this card should be carefully planned and used when it will definitely mean life or death.

Another card that may help is Dimensionhole, you can use it to save one of your monsters for your next turn so you're not left completely stuck with no monster. But still, you should end up with enough LP after using Reversal Quiz to hopefully bye you a couple turns or more if it doesn't win you the game already.

Casual: 3.0
Tourney: 2.5
ArtWork: 3.5 - A somewhat cool looking picture, looks like a game-ride that shifts players up and down the walls or something. I just want one of those fancy hats. 
Pegasus Reversal Quiz, 9/5/03:

Correction: Graverobber does not work combo'd with either Barrel Behind the Door or Trap of Board Eraser. This is because the damage is done on activation of the magic card, meaning there's no time to redirect it. By the way, Dark Snake Syndrome doesn't work either (it's a continuous effect, meaning there's no time to chain to it before it does the damage).

I put this as the last card of the Week as a bit of a joke. I mean, even if you beat yourself down to 100 LP and use this card you're probably going to lose because you discarded your hand and field. Kinda hard to do damage when you have no cards under your control whatsoever...

Using this card itself is difficult. You have to guess the top card in your deck, so you'll need to combo with some card that lets you see the top card in your deck. Either that or a card that returns itself to the top of your deck. Either that or Convulsion of Nature.

But there are a few ways (read: one) to win with this card. All of them start with letting your LP get incredibly low. Here's how they continue:

1. Have a Witch on the field when you use this card so you can search for a Cannon Soldier, and launch it off for the win.

2. Uh...

Nope, that's all I got. Let's cut the pain short and just label this card crap.

Casual: 1.2/5
Tourney: .7/5 
Vodkam Friday 09/05/03: Reversal Quiz

Normal Magic

Send all cards in your hand and on your side of the field to the Graveyard. Call the Type of card (Monster, Magic, or Trap) on top of your deck. If you call it right, exchange your current Life Points with your opponent's current ones.

Here's one of the most useless cards I've ever seen. I normally don't trash cards since I think almost all of them have some redeeming value but this is just asking for it.

So you're behind 8000 to 100 LP in the duel and this is all you have. Even if you guess right, you have no cards in your hand or on the field. If your opponent has Yata-Garasu, you're dead anyways. Even if they don't have Yata, you'll be hard pressed to do 100 damage to your opponent without a lucky draw before he kills you off in 2 or 3 turns. Since you've tossed all your cards, there are virtually no combos with this. You can use this right after you put a trap or field magic on top of your deck with A Cat of Ill Omen or An Owl of Luck respectively. Convulsion of Nature will also work since you can see your top card before discarding Convulsion but that isn't a very good card either. There's a few other cards that manipulate the top card of your deck but none of those are tourney worthy either.

I'm also not sure but I think discarding everything is a cost to using this card so if it's negated, you're even more dead than before but we'll have to wait for the ruling. I'd rather use Dice Jar (without Barrel Behind the
Door) when my opponent has 3 Reverse Dice (It's like Second Coin Toss but for dice, coming 3 sets from now) cards on his side of the field.

I can only think of 2 things you could use this for. The first is if your opponent is destroying you with Dark Snake Syndrome and the next standby phase is going to mean death for you. If you manage to pull it off, your opponent will be getting killed off instead. This would be an extremely rare occurrence where all these conditions are met. The planets will probably be perfectly aligned when this happens. The second is if, in your match, you won 1 duel and had a draw in another. In the third duel, your opponent has to win by more LP than you did in the duel you won so all you have to do is drain your opponent's LP. Winning the duel is secondary. Of course, this would be beyond being cheap.

This card is no fun, even when you guess right, since your opponent will immediately make you feel the pain. If you manage to win with this card, it's pure luck.

Casual: 1.2
Tourney: 1.0 


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