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

Naturia Cosmobeet

When your opponent Normal Summons or Sets a monster, you can Special Summon this card from your hand.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.20
Advanced: 2.55 

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

Date Reviewed - Oct. 3, 2011

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Let's start a bit off topic today...I'm not sure how many people out there read Card of the Day, but it must be a lot more than I thought.  When the great Pojo posted we needed some new volunteers to review cards, he got a lot e-mail.  I also posted on the Forums and took some selections myself, because when we've done this before, we've never gotten such an incredible response before.  Welcome to everyone!  We're glad to have you on board  :)  Secondly, it's Naturia Week!  I'd been helping a couple of friends fix a Naturia Deck recently, and I was surprised to see there were so many cards...apparently that's what happens when you don't pay attention to every Archtype...the Naturia cards really strike me as inviting. There are several variants you can run the Deck, and they all have unique abilities.  Most of them have the ability to Special Summon themself, one way or another.  But some of them can negate actions of Magic or Trap cards, or even Effect Monsters, or tribute themself to destroy something else.  Naturia Cosmobeet opens the week.  This is a Level 2, Earth attributed, Plant type, Tuner Monster, with 1000 attack and 700 defense.  Now, our friend, aside from having obvious things going for it, like being a Plant, and a Tuner (Level 2 isn't really good or bad) can be Special Summoned from your Hand, if your opponent Normal Summons or Sets a Monster.  We do a lot of XYZ and Synchro Summoning, obviously which is Special Summoning, but we still Normal Summon too.  This is a hell of an asset to Plant Decks, and not all that bad as Tuner in other Decks either. 


Plants:  4/5
Elsewhere  2.5/5
Average:  3.25/5
Art:  3/5

Number 5 - KalutX

Naturia Cosmobeet Review:
Hey! I'm new to the review team, but Im not new to this game. I have a few region tops, but none of them use the card we will be discussing today. Naturia Cosmobeet, a card that is often passed over by most players as just another one of those million Naturia cards. Its effect allows you to special summon it when your opponent normal summons or sets a monster. This could be useful in several ways. You could use it as just another wall for an attack from your opponent, or you could you it sycnchro or exceed summon. The fact that this card is only useful on your opponents turn kind of kills it. Im sure there might be better ways then what I said, but this card isn't completely terrible.
Advanced: 2.
Traditional: 1
Funfact: It looks like a Pikman!


I would like to thank the good people at Pojo to have me as the newest member of the COTD team. My first review is an interesting little critter by the name of Naturia Cosmobeet. He's an Earth type, that's not bad. Plant/Tuner even better. But with 1,000 ATK and 700 Def, he's not winning any battles any time soon, but as we all know in Yu-Gi-Oh, it's not the size of the dog, but what tricks he can do. It can be searched with Lonefire Blossom, Sangan, Giant Rat or Botanical Girl. Cosmobeet's effect says when your opponent normal summons or sets a monster, you can special summon him from your hand. That is the downside of this card, that it's special summoned on your opponent's turn. But it can be used for catching your opponent off guard and makes a decent little blocker. He works well with Naturia Antjaw and Urgent Tuning, or, if it survives the turn *Waboku is your friend here* you can tribute it for Naturia Bamboo Shoot. I think there is potential for  this card and I would run at least 1-2 in a solid Naturia deck. Outside of a Naturia deck, not so much.
Traditional: 1
Advanced: 3


Hello my fellow yuginerds Shadowsdarkness here with my first volunteer review ^_^

Today we have a ball of twine known as Naturia Cosmobeet a LVL 2 EARTH attribute Plant/tuner with 1000 attack and 700 defense.

A level two tuner is pretty common so what makes this guy so special? Well he can special summon himself from the hand when your opponent normal summons or sets a monster! So if you Open hand this guy and your opponent sets a monster you special summon and could instantly tune next turn. He helps mainly with the Naturia Tuners (barkion, beast leodrake landoise etc) So if you tech them into your extra deck he may work for you.

Earth attributes have some fairly decent support, run this guy in other decks that use alot of earth type monsters such as sabers. He can be ran in plants as well, however he isnt as fast as the current plant engine. All in all its a fairly decent card, not the most exciting but not the worst of tuners.

1000 attack is fun

can be special summoned whenever your opponent normal summons or sets
level two

Works good in naturia decks.
level two
only 700 defense
-1 from your hand

Traditional: 2
Advanced: 2

Jack Clark a.k.a. Raiburuto

Hi guys! I'm Jack, you may have seen me around the forums as Raiburuto, and from today, I shall be joining the COTD review team! To start off my reviews: Naturia Cosmobeet :)
Naturia Cosmobeet is a simple Level 2, Plant Tuner monster with an effect that allows himself to be Special Summoned when your opponent Normal Summons or Sets a monster. Despite its Special Summoning condition relying on your opponent's actions, it is quite a good card for the Naturia deck. Your opponent will be forced to either destroy him as soon as possible, or possibly face a much bigger monster next turn. Either way, Cosmobeet will either eat up one your opponent's attacks, one of their card effects, or be the stepping stone towards summoning Naturia Bambooshoot or one of the Naturia Synchro Monsters in your next turn.
A good card for Naturias. However, if you were thinking of splashing this card into other decks, I'd advise against it simply because there are better choices for Level 2 Tuner Monsters e.g. Plaguespreader Zombie, Krebons etc
Traditional: 1/5 - This card is overshadowed but the plethora of Tuners that are simply just better. IT WON'T SURVIVE.
Advanced: 2/5 - In a Naturia deck only, and even then cards like Glow-Up Bulb may be better.
Art: 1/5 - The Naturia's aesthetic is not one that appeals to me, and even then, this is one of the better looking ones.


Starting off Naturia week with Cosmobeet!
This card with a level 2 Earth-Attribute tuner that can special summon itself when your opponent normal summons or sets a monster. Unless you’re running some trap protection or you summon when they set, Cosmobeet won’t stick around until your next turn. Still, Cosmobeet is one of the better tuners of its family. By summoning itself, you can use it as fodder for Horneedle, tribute fodder for Bamboo Shoot, and back up for Fruitfly and Mosquito. Or you can leave it in the hand for Mantis to destroy their normal summon. Being Level 2 means that you can tune with level 3 Naturia Rock for Beast, level 4 Pumpkin for Barkion, or level 5 Hydrangea for Landiose. You’re gonna want to protect Cosmobeet with Stinkbug and Butterfly or by using cards like Waboku and Urgent Tuning. And since you don’t need any Naturias at all to use it, you can use this in regular plant and toolbox decks! Overall, a good fit for a Naturia deck (so run 2-3 copies depending on the build).
Traditional: 1/5 (where everything slower than FTW is useless)
Advanced: 3/5 (4.5/5 in Naturia)
Art: 5/5 (This is my favorite out of Naturias)


When your opponent normal summons or sets a monster, you can special summon this card from your hand.  1000 ATK  700 DEF

Hi there pojo!  Quick intro about me here, I’ve been playing yu-gi-oh since the original set, Legend of Blue Eyes.  I took a hiatus from the sets of the lost millennium all the way until duelist revolution, so my knowledge is a little fuzzy in that area.  On the forums my username is Disposeableaccount234, feel free to pm me, and hit up my trade thread as well!  But other than that I’m just the average player who manages to top locals once in awhile.  Anyways, onto the review!

                We start off this week with naturia cosmobeet, a cute little monster isn’t he?  When your opponent summons or sets a monster, which will basically be almost every turn, you get to special summon this guy free.  While his attack and defense aren’t going to survive anything commonly played, he does have the bonus of being a tuner.  So provided you manage to keep this guy around, or if you were unlucky and lost the dice roll, you will have a tuner to start things off with.  Not too bad considering your opponent only has to do what most of us do anyways. 

                A naturia deck is where this guy is aimed fr, but with the free special summon, you could definitely try him out in… ok, nothing immediately off the top of my head, but there’s definitely something out there im sure could make a use of him.

Traditional: 3/5 –if naturias even see much play here
Advanced: 4/5 –solid addition to naturias you should at least try him out

Angelic Nightmare

Hey guys, this is my first article for pojo and my turn to give something back to the yugi-community! There really isn’t much to say about this cute little chump blocker. He doesn’t do much for the potential swing for game on your opponent’s side like Gorz, Trag, Swift Scarecrow, and Battle Fader provide. Best case scenario is that your opponent does something that allows you to get Cosmobeet’s effect off and have tribute fodder next turn for Naturia Bambooshoot or a synchro summon. I personally like “Seed of Deception” more than this card. I’m excited to bring you my opinions on the CotD between my hectic class schedule and will try my best to keep cranking these out.

Traditional : 1/5
Advanced: 1/5   (Even in Naturia, you have better options.)



Hey everyone. I used to review VS> System cards for pojo a few years ago and am glad to be back reviewing, especially since I've played Yu0Gi-Oh! since it first began many years ago. This week's cards are all Naturia... (sorry, I had too.) Let's get to the first card of the week:

Naturia Cosmobeet
Lv 2/EARTH/Plant-Tuner/1000A/700D
"When your opponent Normal Summons or Sets a monster, you can Special Summon this card from your hand."

Well, this card is certainly easy to get out, but the real trick will be keeping him out long enough to be of any use. His stats are terrible and just about anything can simply steamroll right over him the same turn he comes out if you don't plan ahead on this little guy's defense with a card such as Waboku or Threatening Roar. The tuner aspect is nice, but that's not enough to make him playable. I feel that there's better cards out there.

Advanced: 2
Traditional: 1

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