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Pendulum Effect Once per turn: You can target 1 face-up monster you control; it gains 300 ATK for each "Performapal" card you currently control, until the end of this turn.
Monster Effect If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can target 1 monster you control; it gains 300 ATK for each "Performapal" monster you currently control. Level 5 or lower monsters cannot attack.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible.
3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
Dec. 2, 2015
Back to the main COTD
Back to Performage theme, we look at Performapal
Partnaga. So today, the card is a Level 5,
Earth attributed Monster, specifically a Reptile
(appropriate as we have a snake) with 500 attack and
2100 defense (neither which is too spectacular) and
this is a 3 on the Pendulum scale. For a
Monster effect, target a Monster you control, which
will gain 300 attack for each Performapal card (not
Monster, card) you control. That's fun that
the Monster doesn't have to be a Performapal or
anything, it can be any Monster. Level 5 or
lower Monsters also cannot attack. That's
interesting, but obviously useless against XYZ
Monsters. There aren't going to be a great
deal of Level 6 or higher Monsters you're going to
regularly see to be attacked by. But still
useful. For a Pendulum effect, literally the
same attack increase effect we saw on the Monster
side. I don't think this card is as useful or
viable as the Plushfire we all ready looked at, and
the attack increase overall is pretty negligible,
but there are worse cards for this family too.
If you weren't aware of the meta, you'd think
that this card sucks. Performage builds don't
use it for its stats or effects ; it has very little
to offer in that regard. They use it because
it is a 3-scale that's searchable by King of the
Feral Imps. There will be moments when you
need to Pendulum Summon, but you don't have a
low-scale. In that case, just summon King of
the Feral Imps with ease and search out this card.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Performapal Partnaga is a “Performapal” monster that
has almost the same effect regardless of it being in
your Pendulum Zone or on the field. A 300ATK boost
for each “Performapal” card you control for one
monster of yours while this monster is in your
Pendulum Zone gets support from “Performapal” s/t
cards that may be on the field. Also, the effect can
target a monster every turn, and while it isn't a
permanent gain, it can be a handy ATK boost that
doesn't restrict which monsters can attack, unlike
its monster effect.
Same ATK boost, but only from “Performapal” monsters
you control, and Performapal Partnaga has to be
Normal or Special Summoned for this to happen is too
situational an effect to be practical. You could be
swarming off a Pendulum Summon, which would aid in
this cards summon, but it's only a one time effect,
while its Pendulum Effect can happen every turn.
While this ATK gain is permanent, unlike the
Pendulum Effect ATK boost, Level 5 or lower cannot
attack, eliminating options for you to attack with.
Handy to use, but it is best in the Pendulum Zone.
Until Next Time
I honestly have no idea with this card.
Performapal Partnaga is a Level 5 Earth Reptile-type
Pendulum Monster with 500 Atk and 2100 Def and
scales of 3. It's not a Performage, but it can still
be searched with King of the Feral Imps. The low
scales are good, but it's Level means that it
probably isn't going to be Pendulum Summoned itself.
You would need Lizarddraw or something.
It's Pendulum effect is good. If you have Pendulum
Summoned a bunch of Performapals and have
Performapals in your Pendulum Zones, then you can
target one monster you control to gain 300 ATK times
that many Performapals you control until the end of
the turn. So the minimum attack gain is 300 for
Partnaga to activate and the maximum is 2100 Atk. I
doubt there would ever be some sort of face-up equip
Performapal on the field to push this over 2100 Atk.
The Monster effect is not as good. The monster
effect is conditional to Partnaga being Normal or
Special Summoned just for a similar effect of 300
Atk times only the Performapal monsters you control.
Technically, the attack gain would last longer, but
I don't see this monster being on the field to
utilize this effect.
Score: 2.5/5 I just don't know.
Art: 4/5 This whole Perform thing is cute.
This is a good edition to Perform decks, as it
boosts ATK points whether it's a Pendulum or a
Monster. The only downside I see is that Level 5 or
lower monsters can't attack (and that's only if this
card is in the Monster Zone). Personally, I see more
potential in its Pendulum usage, as you only get the
power boost in Monster form when it's summoned. As a
Pendulum, you can use the effect once every turn,
provided you can keep it from being destryoed. And
while only Level 3 or lower Monsters benefit from
its Pendulum scale (I believe that the scale number
determines which monsters are able to be Special
Summoned; if I'm incorrect then I apologize), you
can still use them as Tribute bait, or better yet as
XYZ material. Plus its 2100 DEF is pretty sweet.
Final Score: 4/5