Pendulum Effect Once per turn, if you have no cards in your other Pendulum Zone: You can place 1 Pendulum Monster from your Deck in your Pendulum Zone.
Monster Effect 2 Level 7 Dragon-Type monsters
If you can Pendulum Summon Level 7, you can Pendulum Summon this face-up card in your Extra Deck. If this card is Xyz Summoned by using an Xyz Monster as a Material: Destroy as many Level 7 or lower monsters your opponent controls as possible, inflict 1000 damage to your opponent for each card destroyed, and if you do, this card can make 3 attacks during each Battle Phase this turn. If this card in the Monster Zone is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can destroy as many cards in your Pendulum Zones as possible (min. 1), and if you do, place this card in your Pendulum Zone.
Shifting from Normal/Pendulum, we look at a
Pendulum/XYZ Monster today. Odd-Eyes Rebellion
Dragon is a Rank 7 XYZ Monster, XYZ Summoned with 2
Level 7 Monsters, and is also a 4 on the Pendulum
scale. He's Dark, and a Dragon, and has
3000 attack and 2500 defense, all of these are very
good things. For the Pendulum effect, once a
turn, if you have no other cards in your Pendulum
Zones, you can place a Pendulum Monster from your
Deck in an open Pendulum Zone. Free Monsters
are good, so that's pretty neat and unique I think.
As for Monster effects, this guy does all kinds of
If you can Pendulum Summon Level 7, you can Pendulum
Summon this card in your Extra Deck. That's a
nifty ability, it's certainly trying to continue to
grow Pendulum Monsters giving effects like that.
If this card is XYZ Summoned using an XYZ Monster as
an XYZ Material (try to keep up) you're allowed to
destroy as many Level 7 or lower Monsters as
possible your opponent controls AND inflict 1000
Damage for each card destroyed. (Doesn't this guy
seem he should be Fire with an effect like that?)
But we're still note done...if you do so, this card
can attack up to three times in one Battle
Phase...granted only in this turn you're doing all
this, but that should be more than enough to win you
the game. Finally, if destroyed by Battle or
Card Effect in a Monster Zone, by destroying as many
cards in your Pendulum Zone as possible, you can
place this card back in your Pendulum Zone.
Wowzers...honestly, it might not be the most
practical card, and it's just nasty you don't even
have to run an Odd-Eyes Deck to play this guy.
He'll work about anywhere. But he still gets a
favorable score for power, brute force, destruction,
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