All face-up Level 3 or lower Sea Serpent-Type monsters you control can attack your opponent directly. When this card is sent to the Graveyard to activate a WATER monster's effect: Add 1 Sea Serpent-Type monster from your Deck to your hand, except "Atlantean Dragoons".
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Date Reviewed - October 31, 2012
Atlantean Dragoons...Level 4, Water, Sea Serpent,
1800 attack (which I put in the great category) 0
defense (which I put in the not-so-great category).
While face-up on the Field, you can essentially
weenie rush. IF you're using A Legendary Ocean
(which I wouldn't be unless I were playing Levia, as
it's not necessary with Friday's card, that you
should all ready see coming) your weenies might not
be quite as weenied. All face-up Level 3 or lower
Sea Serpents you control can attack your opponent
Directly. That's good, not great, but not bad
either. Your potential game breaking effect is the
second one...when this card is sent to the Graveyard
to activate the effect of a Water Monster, add one
Sea Serpent Monster from your Deck to your Hand.
(Of course, present company excluded, as seems to
be par for the course.) Not of any
specific level, but ANY Sea Serpent. Again, either
Friday's card, or Levia. Also again, I wouldn't be
playing both, as playing them in the same Deck
strikes me as counterproductive, but that's just
me...more on that Friday.
Today’s card is the searcher for the Atlantean
deck. Every good deck type needs a searcher to get
to the cards it needs to set up its win conditions.
Atlantean Dragoons only has to be sent to the
graveyard to activate a water monsters effect. So
you can use Abyss Soldier, Gungnir, Poseidra, Dragon
Ice, and even Genex Undine to get Dragoons search.
There are two key cards you will want to search for
with Atlantean Dragoons. The first is yesterday’s
card, Deep Sea Diva as it is the monster that jump
starts the monster serge. The second monster you
would like to have in your hand is Moulinglacia the
Elemental Lord from Abyss Rising. Of course the
situation will dictate which card you search for
depending on what is in your hand, graveyard, on the
field, and on your opponent’s disposition, however,
having options is what Atlantean Dragoons is all
There are other monsters you can search for if the
situation does not call for the above two cards.
Poseidra the Atlantean Dragon, Memail Abyssmegalo,
Atlantean Heavy Infantry, and Atlantean Marksman are
some of the monsters you may need in the right
situation in an Atlantean/Mermail deck. Any way you
slice it, Atlantean Dragoons needs to be played in
We dive deeper into the depths of the Realm of
the Sea Emperor structure deck to review Atlantean
Dragoons. A level 4 WATER/Sea-Serpent type, with
1800 ATK and 0 DEF.
All face-up level 3 or lower Sea-Serpent-type
monsters you control can attack your opponent
directly. When this card is sent to the graveyard to
activate a WATER monster's effect: Add 1 Sea-Serpent
type monster from your deck to your hand except
This card teamed with Call of the Atlanteans can
wreck your opponent badly. I for one, would not want
to look across the field and see 4 monsters and 3 of
them can attack directly. Dragoon's 1800 ATK is
pretty solid but a 0 DEF makes for an easy target in
defense mode. Also, when using Dragoon's effect
after it's used to activate a WATER monster's effect
to get you a Sea-Serpent from your deck to your
hand....any Sea-Serpent except another copy of
Dragoons. This card is good for that big rush along
with the 3 Sea-Serpents you get with Call of the
Atlanteans, hey, it could even win you the game. If
you are using this deck, 2-3 copies are pretty much
Tomorrow: Did you call for 3 Atlanteans?
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