You could think of this card as a Bujincarnation
for Noble Knights. It gives you both a monster
and an equip on the board, and it also triggers the
effects of numerous Noble Knight monsters that
activate when cards are equipped to them, so you can
plus with Borz or summon via Medraut. This
extra Special Summon also enables XYZ plays
including both Artorigus XYZ monsters. Since
it requires cards in the graveyard, it isn't the
best card to draw opening hand and you probably only
want to run 2 of them in the deck due to the "once
per turn" clause as well. All in all, it's the
power card Noble Knights needed.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Last Chapter of The Noble Knights is the beginning
of big plays for the Noble Knights, even if you only
can play one “Last Chapter” per turn. If your
opponent has a monster and you don't, target a
“Noble Arms” Equip Spell and a “Noble Knight” in
your grave. Special Summon that Noble Knight, then
equip it with the Equip Spell that you chose. An
archetype Monster Reborn combined with a Bedwyr-like
effect can swing the momentum of the duel.
Several of the Noble Knights gain effects once
equipped with a “Noble Arms” equip card. Medraut can
Special Summon another “Noble Knight” from your
deck, opening up an Xyz Summon possibility. Bedwyr
and Borz can be equipped with two different “Noble
Arms” when combined with “Last Chapter”, while
Drystan can destroy a face-up card and destroy it.
Finally, Noble Knight Gwalchavad will get you a free
Warrior Returning Alive off of “Last Chapter”. In
addition to the “Noble Knights” and their effects,
there's also some “Noble Arms” equips that give the
Noble Knights added destruction abilities.
The downside to this card is your graveyard. If the
game is early, you may have to wait for a desired
Equip Spell and “Noble Knight”. If your graveyard
isn't an option (Macro Cosmos, Necrovalley) “Last
Chapter” is a dead card.
With the amount of resources for this card to target
in the grave in this archetype, there is no reason
not to play this card in at least 2, if not 3. It is
a +1 at the very least, and can become much more if
the right resources are in place.
Until Next Time