Ummm… I know this isn’t
meant to be played, but shouldn’t it be an effect
monster anyway? Interestingly, it is
a Attribute is Divine and
its Type is Divine Beast, kinda like some cards were
in the “original” (for the U.S. anyway) Yu-Gi-Oh game
on the GBC.
Looking pretty. ;) There are effects in the
manga, but it varies
between the two, and I don’t know them all off the top
of my head.
First, a quick point-even if the Winged Dragon of Ra
was legal to play, there is
a very simple way to deal with it; Dark Designator
plus Exchange. Silly cartoon people don’t ever seem
to think of that.
can tell you how to win with this though. Use
something that gives you monster token: this is a
legal choice for a monster Token. Then power it up
and crush them. It looks like fun, really. Use
something like the good old Scapegoat/United We Stand
combo to kill them with a 4000/4000 Egyptian god
3.5/5-It is fun to win with it.
3/5-Less effective, but no less fun. Go
Super-Scapegoat Token. :-P
N/A. To actually use it, you need to be using
promos. This is actually not impossible, but is quite
rare. Even if you do, it gets a 1.5/5. Same reason
as above, but you gotta
draft something to give tokens.
Honestly, I kind of despise these things, as they
represent that which “tainted” the Yu-Gi-Oh series:
the obsession with the card game and all this
mysticism garbage. Still, it is fun to use it as a
token and win. Much like using
Dan in Capcom fighting