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Sadion, the Timelord
Cannot be Special Summoned from the Deck. If you control no monsters, you can Normal Summon this card without Tributing. Cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects. You take no battle damage from attacks involving this card. At the end of the Battle Phase, if this card battled and your LP is less than 4000: Your LP becomes 4000. Once per turn, during your Standby Phase: Shuffle this card into the Deck.
2.0 / 5.0
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible.
3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed: July 10, 2017
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Sadion, the Timelord
We start Timelord week with Sadion, but while most
of the Timelords are decent, this isn’t one of them.
Sadion’s battle effect changes your lifepoints to
4000 if they are less than that. Note that it
doesn’t increase your lifepoints, thereby being
incompatible with those types of cards, such as the
Aromages and Agent Angels. That’s all this guy does
that’s unique to himself. It’s terrible.
Timelords should be even better when link monsters
come into the fold, but right now, they can really
only be used as an internal engine in other decks,
such as Lightsworn and various fairy decks. As such,
the preferable lineup is usually a handful of the
better Timelords and Time Maiden. Sadion has no
business joining them.
Future Potential: 1/5
Hello Pojo Fans,
Timelord week on Pojo.com. With the release of the
highly anticipated Battle of Legends: Light's
Revenge, we've got a host of new Timelords to the
Sadion, the Timelord starts us off. Same stats and
effect as its predecessor and other Timelords, with
the exception of what happens at the end of the
Battle Phase. Sadion will make certain at the end of
the Battle Phase that if your LP will become 4000 if
they are lower than that. This is handy late game,
or against a burn deck or if you've suffered a heap
of quick damage. LP's are critical to some key cards
like Soul Charge, Warning and Strike, but most of
the time you are able to fight against lower LP on
your side and still win. Sadion will be cycled back
into the deck as well at your Standby Phase, so the
chances you'll see it again aren't as good and all
you've done is make your LP 4000 with it. It may
give you a second or even third chance at coming
back, but it isn't giving you field or hand
advantage. If your LP are high when you draw or get
it to your hand then it is a useless card.
Until Next Time
Sadion, the Timelord:
This week will mean a lot to me as I chose the 5
cards we reviewed. I decided to use my week to do a
Timelord Week. This week, we will look at the
Timelord support in Battles of Legend and a Timelord
first released to the TCG in Photon Shockwave. We
will start this week off with the worst of the
Go to my Zaphion, the Timelord review for the
standard Timelord stuff.
Sadion's unique effect is that if it attacked and
your LP are below 4000, they will become 4000.
Sadly, this isn't the anime, where you start with
4000 LP. This is dead early on if you haven't lost
over 4000 LP yet. I kinda wish this said 8000, but
maybe that was deemed too good.
If you are trying to throw as many Timelords into a
deck as possible, I guess 1 of this guy won't hurt.
Advanced Rating: 2.5/5
Starting this week off, we have Sadion, the
Timelord. Clocking in at 0 attack and defense, on a
level 10 wind Fairy, Sadion is one of the new
Timelords released. For those who don't know, the
Timelords are a series of monsters used by Z-one at
the end of 5Ds and are based off of the Tree of Life
with Sadion being a reference to Zadkiel.
Like the rest of the level 10 Timelords, Sadion
can't be special summoned from the deck or destroyed
in battle or by effects. He can also be normal
summoned without tribute if you control monsters and
no player takes damage from battles involving him.
He also has an effect that activates when he battles
like the other Timelords. At the end of the battle
phase when Sadion has battled, if your life is less
than 4000, it becomes 4000.
It's a good life regainer in a pinch, but somewhat
useless and a dead card early to mid-game.
Additionally, Sadion shuffles himself back into the
deck once per turn during your standby phase. It's
an activated effect, so if you can negate it, then
Sadion will hang around longer.
He's got a reasonable effect, but loses out
playability to the other Timelords. I'd only run 1
of him in a dedicated deck myself.
Advanced 2/5 Honestly, the weakest of the new