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

Moon Dragon Quilla

"Supay" + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters When this card is selected as an attack target, gain Life Points equal to half the attacking monster's ATK. If this card on the field is destroyed, you can Special Summon 1 "Sun Dragon Inti" from your Graveyard.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.00
Advanced: 2.50 

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

Date Reviewed - 04.02.10

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Moon Dragon Quilla
This is the other Aztec Dragon from the show. It is a 2500 ATK 2000 DEF DARK Dragon Synchro of the level 6. It also needs Supay to be Synchro SUmmoned, which is a shame as Debris Dragon would have loved this card. The stats are actually all right, nothing too special, but not bad either.
The effect is that when it is selected as an AK target, you gain life equal to half the ATK of the monster attacking. This si actually better than you would think, as you still have tim to activate a card lie Sakuretsu Armor to destroy the monster, but still gain the lifepoints. It also has the effect of when it is destroyed you get an Inti from your geaveyard to the field.
The same playability issues arise with this card as with Inti, D.D. Crow is a terror and it is hard to really get them to the field reliably, but Oracle of the Sun allows it to be a little easier to play, but still the deck is not the best idea to use in the world.

N o V a
Finishing the Inca reviews, Moon Dragon Quilla finishes off the week. The weaker of the two synchro monsters, a level 6 synchro monster that requires Supay instead of Fire Ant Ascator and when its attacked, you gain life points equal to half the attacking monsters attack points. When its destroyed you can bring back Sun Dragon Inti. Like Inti, Quilla is fairly easy to Synchro Summon. With Oracle of the Sun and cards like Cyber Dragon, you can use them as materials with Supay to easily summon Moon Dragon Quilla. Its an interesting deck and there are many ways to work with these cards. Des Counterblow and Skill Drain are both cards that don't affect the Inca archetype because most of the cards revolve around the graveyard, except Apocatequil. So you could easily help take down your opponents monsters while controlling their effects with Skill Drain. If Inti is destroyed in battle they still take damage and you still get Moon Dragon back during your standby phase.

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 2.5/5


Moon Dragon Quilla is a Level 6 Synchro Monster.  Crowded slot, the Level 6 is: every Synchro deck should be running Goyo Guardian and Brionac.  It requires a specific Tuner, and that Tuner really only belongs in a deck dedicated to this “family” of cards (Sun Dragon Inti, Moon Dragon Quilla, Supay, Fire Ant Ascator, and Oracle of the Sun).  The effects on this card are that when it’s selected as an attack target, you get LP equal to half the attacks ATK.  That is okay, but it’s basically a small refund is all.  It is nice that it can get a Sun Dragon Inti from the Graveyard when Moon Dragon Quilla is destroyed, but you have to hurry and get them both out early on to really benefit from this effect and in the gap on the Inti to Quilla side of it a lot of decks can hit hard enough to go for the win.  It’s cool to see such interconnected cards, but especially without a unified name to make support for them easier, I just don’t see a deck built around this working.


And it needs a deck to work.  I said Inti wasn’t enough to be worth running yesterday.  Quilla is smaller and its only benefit is that when it’s nuked it will fetch out Inti right away instead of at your next Standby Phase.


And just like yesterday, bounce and similar effects laugh extra hard at these monsters and the effort that goes into them.




Traditional: 1/5 

Advanced: 1.5/5


Sun Dragon Inti and Moon Dragon Quilla:

Well, for some reason, my Drill Warrior review got posted for yesterday, but sense these two go hand in hand, I'll just post them together. The ratings are the same I meant to give for Inti, so it's good.

Well, this card makes a cool combo with it's partner, Moon Dragon Quilla. Basically, the two cards are protected from destruction with each other, and hurt your opponent/reward you for destroying them with card effects. The main problem I see with the deck (and yes, they take their own deck), is that it's going to be pretty hard to get one in the graveyard and another on the field with the speed of all the other decks running around, and the deck will probably never be competitive. Nevertheless, these two cards make a cool combo together.

Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 3/5


Moon Dragon Quilla
There really isn't much to review today. This card is slightly easier to make than Quilla is, but you'll still need to use Cyber Dragon, Oracle of the Sun or The Tricky. Its effect is weaker, and so are its stats. This card can be grabbed by Goyo, ripped by Gaia Knight, etc., and can still be owned by Brionac. I don't know what else I can say, because this is a card meant to be ranked with its own deck, because that's the only place they'll be seen.
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Moon Dragon Quilla …

Well we just reviewed it’s opposite yesterday – the Sun Dragon … and both dragons are pretty much equal and complimentary. With 2500 ATK, the Moon Dragon may not be as STRONG as it’s Sun counterpart, but it’s also level 6, making it a bit easier to synchro summon. And 2500 ATK is pretty good for 6 stars. Also, it allows u to increase your life points by the amount equal any monster that selects this as an attack target. This is awesome, as even if your opponent is trying to kamikaze himself against Quilla, u will still gain 2500 life points in the trade off … in fact, even if they attack with a STRONGER monster, u will still net +2500 life points. (do the math) And since Quilla only has to be targeted by an attack, u can still respond to said attack with a Mirror Force or whatever and destroy the monster, and still get the LP increase. Or even more fun – change the amount on monsters on the field when the attack is declared, u gain the life points and the battle resets, meaning your opponent will have to declare the attack again … so u gain LP again. Cool, huh?

And then if Quilla IS destroyed, u can special summon the stronger Inti if it’s in your graveyard.

Not bad. The Sun and the Moon are good compliments for each other. Obviously, u run both or neither at all.

It’s a fun card if u can get it working.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3.5/5


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