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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh! Card of the Day
Daily Since 2002!

 Rescue Ferret

- #COTD-EN029

You can shuffle this card you control into the Deck; Special Summon monster(s) from your Deck, except "Rescue Ferret", whose total Levels equal 6, to your zone(s) a Link Monster(s) points to, but those Summoned monsters have their effects negated, also destroy them during the End Phase. You can only use this effect of "Rescue Ferret" once per turn.

Card Rating
Advanced: 4.17 

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


Date Reviewed: August 7, 2017

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Kingof
Lullaby

Hello Pojo Fans,
 
Rescue Ferret is a new monster for the “Rescue” archetype, but this one might be a little better than the rest. Searchable in a few ways, this little guy shuffles back into the deck instead of going to the grave. The level of the monsters searched has to total up to six which gives you some variety for what you can choose from, but any effects are negated. Destroyed as usual during the End Phase will still activate any grave effects the monsters chosen may have, such as Burning Abyss, Yang Zing, and Shaddolls. The only catch with Rescue Ferret is that you have to Special Summon the monsters to zones being pointed to by a Link Monster of yours. If you have one arrow available, you get one monster, if you have three, you can get three (as long as you make Level 6 with them). Needing a Link Monster and the arrows available is something Rescue Cat and Rescue Rabbit never needed. You could get a Link 3 from the monsters you search, but most likely a Link 2. You can also use the monsters for anything you want,  no restrictions apply aside from their effect negation.
 
The only think holding Rescue Ferret back is the need to have a Link Monster with arrows available for Ferrets monster(s). Aside from that, this is a great card.
 
Advanced-4/5
Art-4/5
 
Until Next Time


Warlockblitz
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Rescue Ferret is going to have unlimited potential. It's a Level 4 Earth Beast-type monster with 300 Atk and 100 Def. The newest Rescue Critter shuffles itself back into the deck to let you Special Summon monsters from the deck to empty linked zones on your side. The monster or monsters must have levels that add to equal 6. There are no restrictions on hot to summon Rescue Ferret, and there are no restrictions to the monsters summoned, other than the level cap. Those monsters are neutered and destroyed during the End Phase. Presumably, you are going to utilize the monsters for an additional summon or just to attack. If you're lucky enough to have a zone Linked by an opponent's monster, this effect pays for itself. Otherwise, Rescue Ferret is only helpful when you have already started to develop a field. So it's not perfect, but it is extremely helpful and worthy of being secret rare at the start of this new format. 
 
Score: 4/5
Art: 3/5
 
-WarlockBlitz


Crunch$G

A while back, when we reviewed Emerging Emergency Rescute Rescue, I mentioned how great Rescue Ferret is. Fast forward to the beginning of Link Format, and here we are, the official review of Rescue Ferret.
 
Rescue Ferret allows you to shuffle himself into the deck to Special Summon monsters from the Deck (not named Rescue Ferret) to zones that are pointed to by a Link Monster. The only negatives are that their effects are negated and they are destroyed during the End Phase. Overall, this is still a very powerful effect to extend your plays in a Link Deck. Currently, there are no meta Link Decks, but that is guaranteed to change in the future, and Rescue Ferret can be powerful. 
 
This is a great card for the Link Era. It might not have a use now, but it is just begging for abuse.
 
Advanced Rating: 4.5/5


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