Yu Yu Hakusho
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Number 36: Chronomaly Chateau Huyuk
2 Level 4 "Chronomaly" monsters
Once per turn, during either player's turn: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card, then target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; change its ATK to 0 until the end of this turn. You can Tribute 1 "Chronomaly" monster, then target 1 monster your opponent controls, whose current ATK is different from its original ATK; destroy that target.
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May 8, 2015
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Wait, why does this card's art a globe with a
swastika on it? Anyways, it's an exclusive
Chronomaly card that can remove the ATK strength of
problem cards. It's a situational card but
situational isn't necessarily bad for XYZ,
especially since it allows its deck to get over
practically anything. The destruction effect
is balanced but also not advantageous since it
requires a tribute.
Number 36: Chronomaly Chateau Huyuk...so we're
closing things on a French note this week. I
like the Chronomaly theme, and I don't think it ever
quite took off like it was exactly supposed to, but
I like it regardless. Rank 4, XYZ Summoned
with two Level 4 Chronomaly Monsters...Light,
Machine, 2000 attack (which is honestly not good for
Rank 4) but the 2500 defense holds its own. As
is familiar with the Chronomaly theme, once a turn,
by discarding an XYZ Material, you can target an
opponent's Monster and reduce it's attack to 0 until
the end of the turn. They sure like to do
that. If that weren't enough, you can tribute
a Chronomaly Monster to target an opponent's Monster
and destroy it, so long as it's current attack is
different than its original attack. It's good,
quite good, in fact, and very important to the Deck.