Cannot attack unless you control another face-up "Gagaga" monster. Once per turn: You can banish 1 monster from your Graveyard that has a Level; the Levels of all face-up "Gagaga" monsters you currently control become the Level of that monster. This card cannot be used as a Synchro Material Monster.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - Jan. 7, 2013
It's the first full week of the new year, and we
open 2013 with Gagaga Caesar. Let's see...Earth,
Warrior, both well supported, and Level 3 with 1800
attack isn't at all a bad thing. 600 defense isn't
great, and he can't attack unless you control at
least one other face-up Gagaga Monster. He's a gem
though in a Gagaga Deck, despite that silly attack
restriction. So once per turn, you can Banish a
Monster from your Graveyard that has a Level. The
Levels of ALL face-up Gagaga Monsters you control
become that Level. Obviously this is to make XYZ
Summoning in a Gagaga Deck much easier. Gagaga
Caesar can't be used as Synchro Material, although
that's likely a moot point. If I were for some
reason playing a Gagaga Deck, I'd probably be using
one or two of these.
4/5 in Gagaga, 1/5 elsewhere
Traditional (Average): 1.5/5
Advanced (Average): 2.5/5
We are going to be reviewing some more cards from
Abyss Rising this week and to start the week off, we
will be looking at Gagaga Caesar. The first thing we
notice is that it has 1800 attack for a level 3
monster. That is pretty high and when combined with
power-up cards and Gravity Bind. The real value of
Gagaga Caesar is in its level changing ability when
combined with other Gagaga monsters.
With Gagaga Caesar, we now have 4 Gagaga monsters
to work with. We also have monsters like Mystic
Tomato and Summoner Monk to search them out. Then
you can use cards like Gagagarevenge, Call of the
Haunted, and Monster Reborn to bring them back from
the grave. What Gagaga Caesar gives you is the
ability to Xyz summon monsters that are higher than
level 8 and more consistency with combos.
By also playing Tragoedia and Gorz in your Gagaga
deck, you can Xyz summon Rank 7 and 10 monsters. You
could also use Sorcerer of Dark Magic in your deck
so you can Xyz summon Rank 9 monsters. With Gagaga
Magician being able to make Rank 1-8 monsters, you
now have the ability to Xyz summon any monster in
the game that is not Type specific. That is a lot of
really powerful monsters.
If you are looking to build a powerful and fun
deck that is based on summoning Xyz monsters, then a
Gagaga deck is for you. You will need Gagaga Caesar,
Magician, Girl, and Gardna along with the monsters
listed above and some of the six Gagaga spell and
trap cards. It is too one dimensional and slow to be
a top tier deck, but it is cheep to make and fun to
"Cannot attack unless you control another face-up "Gagaga"
monster. Once per turn: You can banish 1 monster
from your Graveyard that has a Level; the Levels of
all face-up "Gagaga" monsters you currently control
become the Level of that monster. This card cannot
be used as a Synchro Material Monster."
Sorry to have been away so long, but it was a
busy time for me last month with all the holidays,
including my 40th birthday :P (that's right people
of ALL ages love Yugioh :D ) Anyways, back to
GC has the potential to be an amazing card for
XYZ summoning, but due to the low number of Gagaga
monsters available, there's not a lot to do with him
yet. Once Gagaga Clerk becomes available here in the
US, he'll be better, but until then, you have to
count on matching him to a non-Gagaga monster, or
special summon one of them to get the most out of
He'll work good in the mid to late game, but you
need to do some set-up to get the most from him. Not
a bad card, but it has a fair amount of
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