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Cockadoodledoo

- #JOTL-EN083

If there are no monsters on the field, you can Special Summon this card (from your hand) as a Level 3 monster. If your opponent controls a monster and you control no cards, you can Special Summon this card (from your hand) as a Level 4 monster. If this face-up card would leave the field, banish it instead.

Card Rating
Advanced: 2.40 

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


Date Reviewed: April 25, 2017

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Syn
Cockadoodledoo.
 
Today's Card of the day, and my second pick for a belated easter week is Cockadoodledoo, a level 5 tuner that went largely unnoticed. It has lower than average stats for it's original level, but that is where this chicken shines.
 
In addition to being a tuner monster, it can be special summoned from the hand in two ways. First, if there are no monsters on the field, you can special summon it as a level 3 monster. And straight away, that begs to be abused with Speedroid Terrortop, Taketomborg and the Wind Witches for rank 3 and synchro shenanigans.
 
It's second special summon effect is if your opponent has a monster and you control no other cards, you can summon it as a level 4 monster. And again it can be used alongside Wind Witches and Speedroids. Or just used for a rank 4 play.
 
However it's last effect limits its revivability as if it leaves the field, it banishes itself. Coupled with it's low stats for a level 5 monster has made it fade out into obscurity. Wind and Winged Beast are well supported, but without being part of an archetype, it won't garner much attention.
 
Advanced 2/5 It's waiting for the right deck to really take advantage of it.

Baneful

Cockadoodledoo

Seems like a versatile card in some way, either a LV3 or LV4, also a Tuner.  But this doesn't seem much different than the many cards like Goblinbergh or Tin Goldfish which just provide Tuner fodder.  But it does seem like a faster version overall.  Stats are good for a low level, but not as a LV5.  It's basically a filler monster to help out a combo.  It is what it is.

2.5/5


Warlockblitz
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Special Summon monsters are everywhere, but this one is special because it is a tuner. Cockadodledoo is a Level 5 Winged Beast-type Tuner Monster with 1600 Atk and 2000 Def. It can serve as a quick block with 2000 def and 2 Special Summon effects. Obviously, the tuner aspect is appealing as a Level 5 monster, but the only way to access the Level 5 monster is to Tribute Summon or Special Summon it by different effects. No matter how it gets to the field, Cockadoodledoo banishes itself when it would leave the field. That is a bummer for sure. 1600 Atk also keeps this off Sangan's radar which is too bad. 
 
The first Special Summon method makes Cockadoodledoo a Level 3 monster when summoned without any monsters on the field. The second Special Summon method makes it a Level 4 monster if your opponent controls a monster and you control no cards. Again, easy Special Summon monsters are good, and Tuners with versatility are very good. However, I'd rather have a Level 5 Tuner Special Summon monster as well. And then maybe take out that part where it banishes itself when used for a Synchro Summon. 
 
Score: 2.5/5
Art: 3/5
 
-WarlockBlitz


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