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When this card is destroyed by battle and sent to the Graveyard, you can add 1 Level 4 Beast-Type monster from your Graveyard to your hand.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.00
Advanced: 3.00

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

Date Reviewed - 07.21.09

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Dark Paladin

Moja, a cute little Beast type monster who is Level 1 and of the Earth attribute with 100 attack and 100 defense, and really cute, althought a bit scary looking perhaps. Now, here we have a monster who when destroyed by Battle you can add a Level 4 Beast type monster from your Graveyard to your Hand.

Moja is junk, plain and simple. You only get the effect if the card dies by Battle, which it most likely will, but you can only choose a Level 4 Beast monster, not even a Level 4 or below monster, and the card chosen only comes to your Hand.

Even if I were playing Beasts, which isn't a horrible Deck, I wouldn't be playing this...


Art: 3/5
General Zorpa Moja

Here we have a little guy that looks like he came straight out of Digimon or was made by a Disney developer on crack. He does do some pretty cool things though. The only effect that he has is that when destroyed in Battle, he gets you a level 4 Beast monster from your deck back to your hand. This is fairly useful for getting Recue Cat to your hand for decks like Gladiator Beasts who do not play Summoner Monk in order to bring it out.

The best thing going for this card is the interactions that it has with other cards. Beast Striker, King of the Beasts, Rescue Cat and Pot of Avarice make sure that you have an almost endless supply of 2500 beaters. Basically you use Moja to Special Summon King of the Beasts and to search out Rescue Cat. You then use Rescue Cat to get more Moja and maybe an X-Saber Airbellum. Beast Striker and Pot of Avarice get Back Moja, and you have a complicated web of searching, drawing and reuse.

I do not think that this is horribly competitive, but can really be a great fun deck and awesome for locals if you are into paying a lot for the King of the Beasts.


Moja ...

this little guy ... Just something i like about him. Those monsters that are just built to die ... Sangan may always be the best of the bunch, but Moja can bring a lot of fun to your game as well. Obviously - he's for beast decks, as he lets u recover any level 4 or lower beast from your graveyard when killed in battle ... but he shines most brightly in his OWN deck. There have been several decent monsters that rely on this stage 1 Moja's presence to validate, but I think the deck can pull off a few tricks, and some semi-original play mechanics. Coupled with the 2nd coming of Rescue Cat, the Moja deck has got potential. ... and it all starts with this guy.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3.5/5


N o V a
Oh. My God. Today we review perhaps one of the coolest cards out there, in my opinion of course. Moja, quite the interesting card. When I was at my locals yesterday I ran this in my RescueSynchro deck and it worked amazingly well. Moja is a level 1 Beast-Type monster that adds a level 4 Beast-Type monster from your Graveyard to your hand. This means that its search able by Rescue Cat and can retrieve Rescue Cat. One of the popular combos I used it with was using Summoner Monk to get Rescue Cat, summon Airbellum and Moja, tuned Airbellum to Monk and Moja for a level 8. You can also tune for Armory Arm since Moja with Airbellum makes a level 4. This card, in my opinion, is a card that could very well be a big thing for any RescueSynchro deck, it got me out of jams on Sunday. Trust me, running at least 1 of these in any deck with Airbellums and Rescue Cats, you can not go wrong.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3.5/5

Hey everyone. Please excuse my absence as I've been having a hard time getting on a computer. I was thinking about posting an article to make it up but I make millions of those on the message boards! Our card of the day is the best card that we've got this year! I'm just kidding but I like Moja due to it's ability to have it's own deck based of getting "King of Beast" out. In its deck it's a very important card. Alone or in almost any other deck I don't think it will do so well.

Trad: 1.5 (Beast will not do good in here.)
Adv: 2.0 (A fun casual deck to play.)
Parallel Fates Moja…. Users of this card will likely find themselves in an interesting predicament, should its effect be used? Or use it to summon King of the Beasts? Either way, this card can mean the beginning of a big turn.

You can use Creature Swap in combo with Moja. Summon it in attack mode, give it to your opponent, attack over it and then search your deck for another beast. This combo is not too unlikely even, as with beast decks, you should also be using cards such as Nimble Momongas and Giant Rats.

With the trap line up in decks these days, I would be a bit hesitant to tribute this card for King of Beasts, as if it gets Bottomless Trap Hole’d, you would have wasted 2 cards (unless it was summoned from the grave). The Creature Swap combo would appear to be more versatile.


Jeff Lang
Today’s card up for review is Moja. Support for forgotten types is always appealing to me. What exactly can this guy do? When killed by battle he can grab Rescue Cat, King Tiger Wanghu, Thousand Needles(Yeah I just said that), or even Bazoo The Soul Eater. The Beast type could still use more support so it has a chance to be playable though. The rulings on Green Baboon certainly didn’t help the deck type out as well. In this meta, your only card you want to grab off of it would be Rescue Cat.

Now, outside of Moja’s effect, he serves another purpose. King Of The Beasts basically relies on Moja since Tribute summons aren’t doable anymore, especially with King of The Beasts Tribute cost. Overall, Moja will have potential, but I suggest you wait for more support to get released before trying to mess with it.

Trad: 1/5
Adv: 1.5/5

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