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Foolish Burial Goods
Send 1 Spell/Trap Card from your Deck to the Graveyard. You can only activate 1 "Foolish Burial Goods" per turn.
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Date Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2017
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Foolish Burial Goods
Not much can be said about such a simple card.
Foolish Burial Goods has a clear and concise effect
that will have a use some day, no doubt. Like
Foolish Burial, it will just take time until things
come along that can truly make up for the initial
minus. At the moment, my thoughts take me to the
Paleozoic traps, Magician Navigation, SPYRAL Mission
Assault, and practically any ritual spell card
released after 2012. In fact, I’d bet a fair amount
of money this would be used in full-power Nekroz. I
don’t like this spell in any current TCG or OCG tier
1 deck, but I expect that to change over time. Solid
Future Potential: 4/5
Hello Pojo Fans,
While sending a spell/trap to the graveyard may not
sound as good as a monster, Foolish Burial Goods
proves there are some decks that want to have a
spell/trap in the grave.
Same mechanics as Foolish Burial, this time though,
it's with spell/traps. This is most practical in
decks that run multiples of a spell/trap that has an
effect that activates in the graveyard or after
being sent to the graveyard.
There is a laundry list of cards that decks run that
can be useful with this card: The Prime Monarch,
Magician Navigation, Destruction Sword s/t, Nekroz
Spells, and of course, Paleozoic cards. The last one
would benefit the most from this card, however there
are better choices to getting Paleozoic cards into
the grave than this card.
Until Next Time
Two for Tuesday and Throwback Thursdays? I have
missed a lot already. How...Foolish...of me.
Foolish Burial Goods is a Normal Spell Card that
dumps any Spell or Trap card from the deck to the
grave for free. You can only do it once per turn but
since some of the effects of Spells and Traps prefer
the grave, it's usually worth it. Combined with
Foolish Burial sending monsters to the grave, the
opening of both cards in the first hand could really
set up great plays. The reason to own a full set of
these should be obvious. Foolish Burial got limited,
making other copies necessary for player's that
couldn't find or afford it. Foolish Burial Goods
is/will be abused by some archetype. When it gets
limited, you'll want the extras for some good
trading. At the very least, Deck Thinning helps with
Score: 4/5 Current and future potential for many
Art: 3/5 Good art, terrible name.