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Satellarknight Procyon
- #NECH-EN028

If this card is Summoned: You can send 1 "tellarknight" monster from your hand to the Graveyard, and if you do, draw 1 card. You can only use this effect of "Satellarknight Procyon" once per turn. á

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.38
Advanced: 2.13

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible. 3 is Average. 5 is the highest rating.


Date Reviewed:
Nov. 13, 2014

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Baneful

This Satellarknight is quite balanced in design, though, of course, it certainly lacks the focus of the other ones.  Deneb and Altair are +1's.  Vega facilitates YZ summoning.  Unukalhai adds a bit of speed to the deck and dumping a card from your deck to the graveyard is much more precise than from your hand.  This card is still better than Alsahm.

Drawing 1 and discarding 1 is still a good (not great) effect.  But like I said, drawing is like playing the lottery.  With the other ones, you know exactly what card you are going to gain out of their effects.  Deneb, Altair and Unu all have you choose.  Procyon is totally random and doesn't plus.  Also, at 1300, the stats are quite weak.  They well could've 1900 to balance out the weaknesses.

Not as essential as the other Satellar monsters (bar Alsahm) but some Satellar players will want to use 1 copy of this card to help improve their hands by just a bit.  This is due to the fact that there aren't a lot of Satellar monsters to begin with.  But at the same time, splashing in borderline cards might take away from the minimalism and consistency of the deck.  So, yeah, borderline is the right word and with deck-space being really tight, ehhh....

Traditional - 1
Advanced - 2


Robbie
"Mkohl40"
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Satellarknight Procyon

This card doesn't generate any real advantage like a majority of the other tellarknights. You can ditch one and draw one card for free. I would never play this card in the current builds for the card is just to slow.

Advanced 1/5
Traditional 1/5

Leo
Kearon
Satellarknight ProcyonLIGHT/ Warrior/Effect/Level  4/1300/1200

It’s twofer Thursday and one of the cards is a card from The New Challengers; Satellarknight Procyon a new addition to the "tellarknight" archetype.
 
Statwise Satellarknight Procyon is a LIGHT/Warrior like the rest of the archetype which is important with 1300 ATK and 1200 DEF both aren’t great for a level 4.
Effectwise, like most "tellarknight", Satellarknight Procyon’s effect activates when it is summoned and allows you to send a “tellarknight” monster from your hand to the graveyard and draw a card. This is a nice effect allowing you to send a card that would be better in the graveyard and then replenish your hand. Not the biggest effect but draw power is always a good thing. Of course you can only use this effect once per turn, no surprise there.
 
Overall a solid effect letdown by poor stats when compared to some of the other main deck “tellarknights”
 
Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 3/5

Electric
Soldier

Here, we have an interesting card, in Satellarknight Procyon. Interesting, in that it is very lackluster support for what it is, but not exactly unplayable. 

"If this card is Summoned: You can send 1 "tellarknight" monster from your hand to the Graveyard, and if you do, draw 1 card. You can only use this effect of "Satellarknight Procyon" once per turn."

Light Level 4 Warrior means it has a lot going for it. I don't want to sound like a broken record, so I will just say that it is searchable by any card that searches any of the other Satellarknight cards, and usable for Stellarnova Alpha fodder.

It's effect is fairly lackluster, but it could possibly be used to dump excess Unukalhais from your hand, but that is a pretty bad idea. You really want to keep most Satellarknights in your hand for the most part.

Overall, this card is alright. Nothing revolutionary. MAYBE use it as a one-of tech.

Traditional:1.5/5
Advanced:2.5/5


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