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

Twin-Headed Behemoth

If this card is destroyed and sent from the field to the Graveyard, it will be Special Summoned during the End Phase with ATK and DEF of 1000. You can only use this effect once in the Duel.

Type - Dragon/Effect Level 3
Card Number - DB2-EN174

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.82
Advanced: 3.63

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

Date Reviewed - 10.25.06


ExMinion OfDarkness
Twin-Headed Behemoth

Yay, we're reviewing a card that doesn't suck today!

Twin-Headed Behemoth is once again a viable deck choice. With more and more Monarchs out there, they need all the support they can get. Treeborn Frog and a Brain Control or two helps, as do GK Spies, but sometimes that just isn't enough and you need a monster guaranteed to come back next turn and give you one shot at a summon. Although I wouldn't be playing the Wind monsters that could search this, it is Sanganable, it's Last Will-able, and is a stepping stone on the path to a Zaborg.

This card should be considered even if you're already running the standard tribute support cards for your Monarchy deck.

3.5/5 Advanced
1.75/5 Traditional (not entirely useless, with all the Raigekis and CEDs and whatnot getting thrown around out there)

Twin-Headed Behemoth:
This card holds the distinction of being the card most called to be unrestricted. Well, it seems like it.

Twin-Head has seen play recently. Not great, but enough. If your opponent blows one head off, the next turn the other returns, slightly smaller, to do the job. He also serves as wonderful Dragon support as Dragons need tributes and this is virtually a guaranteed tribute.

Now its restriction, for those who don't know, is down to its interaction with effects that shuffle it into the deck. As you are only allowed the effect once per game, if you use it and then shuffle him back into your deck along with another copy, how will you know which copy you've already used. Most people consider this a moot point, but UDE/Konami don't seem to be bothered with fixing it, so we can only enjoy one.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3.5/5

Share and enjoy,



This is what I'm talking about, a 1500 attack monster that replenishes itself on the field. Now when your in a losing situation using a Mirror Force on this (and or sangan) alone hurts. (I've done it and ended up winning the game as a result:P) but the ability to replace itself with a 1000/1000 is a godsend. Thus it will usually hold off a creature swap, Exiled Force, Zaborg, attack, etc. Then end up fueling a swap or simply hitting an opponent for 1000. Even cooler to see an opponent Torrential Tribute (or yourself for that manner) only to watch him come back for a tribute next turn.

This monster needs to be in any aggressive Beat-Down/aggro built. Even control builds can find a use for it.


Not broken to the extent of BLS or Chaos Sorcerer (or my Armed Dragon LV. 10 :P) but so close to becoming a staple it hurts.

Dark Maltos
Twin Headed Behemoth ;

Hey guys, long time no see. It’s getting harder to get this stuff up lately , what with work and school, but have no fear, I’m still here, and I’ve got something special planned for next week since I’ll have a bit of spare time for myself. Should be pretty cool, and scheduled for the 31st, so keep an eye out. I’m also gonna try and do a fair few Friday decks soon, I’ve been trying to finish one for about a month now, and I’ve got a XYZ amongst others to do, as well as a hell of a lot of email to reply, mainly deck fixes, something im NOT rushing to do btw sorry.

Anyway, on with the card. Twin headed behemoth is an old favourite of mine, as he’s one of the best dragons one there, being searchable, a great defense as well as tribute fodder, star qualities in any deck.

In armed dragon builds he provides an alternative search to LV 3 , as well as a tribute source for LV 5 failing that.

Outside of that build, he still has his uses , being searchable by Sangan , and good for monarchs. 1500 is enough these days, as it can run over Don’s, Mystic swordsman’s, Searchers, and to a certain extent Exiled force regardless of how likely that is to happen.

The only real downside is that his effect is ONLY going to be activated once . There’s no resetting of this bad boy whatsoever. You can flip him face up , face down, return to your hand, send to the opponent’s hand, return to deck return to sender, remove from play, NOTHING can make it happen twice short of starting a new game or cheating, not so much a downside if you’re not that greedy.

Overall, a decent card, and near staple in a Dragon - Build.

Traditional : 3/5
Advanced : 4/5

Art ; 3/5 Nicht so gut.
MPS ; 4/5 I like it.

Twin-Headed Behemoth

This card alone can really disrupt your opponent’s best laid plans. By far one of the best cards in the format right now. Great for baiting Zaborgs, makes Sakuretsu Armor the worst Trap card in existence, excellent Creature Swap target, and superb Tribute fodder.

He’s got a beefy 1500 ATK for a 3-star monster and his sub-type (Dragon) really doesn’t make a difference; he can go into any deck. How many Tributes are you running these days? 4…5…maybe 6…Yes he is great for this.

He’s also a pretty good Aggro monster for Control decks. Who wants to destroy a Twin-Headed Behemoth via Spell or Trap effect? The preference for dealing with Twin-Headed is to destroy him in battle right? Protect him for a little while and you’ll see a frustrated opponent.

Last Word: Play Twin-Headed Behemoth. The inclusion of this monster in the Standard Monarch deck makes perfect sense. He’s still vulnerable to Banisher of the Radiance, but he can smash through Dekoichi and Mystic Tomato like nobody’s business.

Traditional: 4/5
Advanced: 5/5

E-mail me if you’ve got any good Dragon deck lists. I’ve always been interested in that. Also, e-mail me any decks you readers may have to: deathjester86@gmail.com. I don’t care if those decks are ‘cookie-cutter’ or not. I DO fix or comment on decks, but please be patient as I get quite a few e-mails daily. I have a 1 week maximum waiting time for a reply to an email. This gives me time to completely focus on your e-mail and give you the best response. I am responding to e-mails in the order they come. The sooner you e-mail me, the sooner I can get to your deck or answer your question.

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