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

King of the Beasts
#RGBT-EN086

You can tribute 1 face-up "Moja" you control to Special Summon this card from your Hand or Graveyard. There can only be 1 face-up "King of the Beasts" on the field.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.17
Advanced: 2.87 

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


Date Reviewed - 07.09.09

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General Zorpa King of the Beasts

This guy is one of the Moja support cards. He has 2500 ATK, 800 DEf and is a level 7 EARTH Beast. These stats alone are horrible. There is no way that this card can really compete with most other level six monsters, let alone seven. Although, as with most cards, the effect makes it good.

You can Tribute a Moja to Special Summon it from your graveyard or hand. You can get a really cute loop going with Moja, Rescue Cat, Beast Striker and this, but it is really too much trouble to go through for a weka monster that really doe snot have any other redeeming qualities to it at all. It can be really fun, and there must be a combo with Manticore of Darkness in there somewhere, but I can't find it.

Traditional-1/5
Advanced-2/5

Freeza
King of the Beasts ...

Is he that? No. But this is still a fun card. Its a 7 star, earth Beast with 2500 ATK (eh) and 800 DEF (blah) ... but it has the cool and convenient effect of being able to be special summoned from the hand or graveyard by tributing a face up Moja ... THAT's what makes him cool. Its not the GREATEST card and is only obviously used for a dedicated Moja deck, but beasts and earth types are very well supported, and with the ease of being able to get Moja to the field, u should then have no problem getting this piece of muscle out to help u run over anything Stardust Dragon or weaker ... and quickly and easily bring him back again. The very last line keeps this thing from being broken ... SERIOUSLY ... but it still has a myriad of tricks and combo potential.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 4/5

- FREEZA
Parallel Fates King of the Beasts…. This is actually quite a dangerous card given how simple it is to summon. Being able to summon this back from the grave makes it really good and easy to use. It also allows you to get away with running just a single or 2 copies of it in the deck. And there really isn’t any reason to run it in 3s since you can only have one on the field at any given time.

The problem with this card is that you might find yourself having a difficult time drawing this card, meaning you will most likely have to use a Foolish Burial to get it to the grave. Also, as with most other beasts, this card is a pure beatstick. Beatsticks alone just don’t cut it anymore against the top decks right now.

I see this card being used only in Beast-Drain. Alongside Barbaros, with Skill Drain face-up, you’ve pretty much guaranteed yourself victory. Not a bad card, just that Beasts are really a viable deck type against the more popular decks right now.

2.5/5

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