Because the Nordic Deck needed a Field Magic card.
The Nordic Lights (would look awesome in holofoil)
is an interesting card. Nordic monsters on the
Field (not just yours) cannot be destroyed by
Battle. When this card is destroyed, destroy
all face-up Nordic monsters (again, not just yours.)
A Field Magic that protects monsters from being
destroyed is unique. A Field Magic that
potentially destroys all your monsters because it's
too easy to destroy...not so unique. That
pretty much sums up my thoughts, it just seems too
Today’s card is The Nordic Lights. This is one of
the less used and less expensive cards from STOR. At
first glance, this card looks kind of nice. Seeing
as how all the Nordic synchros are such high levels,
one might think that this card would allow them to
just keep summoning monsters (without fear of them
being destroyed by battle) and go in to their synchs
easily. That would be all fine and dandy if it
weren’t for the fact that, if this card bites the
big one while on the field, all your Nordic monsters
will too. Yeah, not to happy now are we. I
personally think that the down sides of this card
far outweigh the ups; I also don’t think that this
card is going to being seeing a lot of competitive
play any time soon, or at all.
Art: 5/5 The ultimate rare version of this card has
one of the sickest arts of any ultimate in my
Simple card today folks. Its a field spell that
gives all nordics battle immunity, but if its
destroyed all nordics die.
Pretty good for making your guys not die by battle,
but watch out for spell and trap removal
Advanced 3/5 (Nordic Decks only)
Art- The Aurora Borialis.
The Nordic Lights sounds like an interesting
Field Spell. It protects your Nordics from being
destroyed by battle. You could use this advantage to
set up big Synchro plays without worrying about
defending. However, if The Nordic Lights is
destroyed, it takes down all of your Nordics with
it. That drawback is a doozy, and it will likely
keep The Nordic Lights from ever being highly
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