Yu Yu Hakusho
Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
Pay 1000 Life Points to Special Summon 1 level 6 or
lower Fusion Monster from you Fusion Deck in face-up
Attack or Defense Position. That Fusion Monster
cannot attack your opponent's Life Points directly,
and is returned to your Fusion Deck at the end of
Type - Spellcaster /
Card Number - DR1-EN128
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 05.23.06
What more can we say about this card that hasn't
been said in previous reviews? If it wasn't being
run as a one-turn kill card, it was being run as a
monster that could pretty much get rid of ANY threat
for 1,000 Life Points. We could probably let this
thing back in Advanced if we had a Kuriboh for
effect damage (Hallowed Life Barrier and Pikeru's
Circle don't count. I mean actual discard straight
from hand to negate damage.)
As of now, he makes Traditional almost pointless as
it's whoever gets his combo off first.
Also I'd like to wish a happy 1st birthday to
MidnightBox.com. They're like Woot, but they have
better stuff and don't sell out of their mystery
items as fast. (I want my 2,000 Midnight Points now,
card winning the award for best common ever goes
Now, for the rest of this week, we are reviewing
X-Men themed cards.
These are all a bit of a stretch, I'll admit, but
the movie comes out on Friday, and I thought this
would be a fun thing to do. Obviously, today is
Magical Scientist, a card we aren't reviewing to
state how good it is.
Magical Scientist is supposed to be a reference to
That scientist does look a bit like Patrick Stewart,
doesn't he? No wheelchair, but what can you do. On a
serious note of the actual card, he of course is
godly in Traditional and has more OTK/FTK kills than
you can shake a stick at.
X-Men deck: 5/5
You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
An X-Men themed week you say?
Well, prepare for tentative links here folks, since
only one of these cards makes that much sense to me.
However, Magical Scientist is a fairly
self-explanatory Yu-Gi-Oh card. In Advanced, one is
forbiden from running this most broken of commons.
In Traditional, all should run him due to his
wonderous Swiss-Army-Knife-like properties.
Preferably, he should be run as FTK just to prove
how silly traditional really is.
X-Men: 1/5 (they're mutants, not created!)
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