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Frightfur Reborn

- #DPDG-EN007

Target 1 "Frightfur" monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it. During your Main Phase, except the turn this card was sent to the Graveyard: You can banish this card from your Graveyard, then target 1 of your banished "Fluffal" or "Frightfur" monsters; return it to the Graveyard.

Card Rating
Advanced: 3.45

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Date Reviewed: July 5, 2017

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Kingof
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Hello Pojo Fans,
 
Frightfur Reborn is another support card alongside Daredevil that Frightfur players received recently.
 
Any Frightfur monster is targetable (nine in total) for this Monster Reborn for the archetype. Aside from being able to be run in 3's and cost-free, the added effect of banish to return a Fluffal or Frightfur to the grave is a great way to recoup a banished resource and use another reborn on the Frightfur, use Suture Rebirth, or have it be a target for Fusion Substitute. You can also activate either effect more than once per turn, making this archetype-specific support even better.
 
Advanced-4/5
Art-3.5/5- RUN
 
Until Next Time


Syn

Frightfur Reborn
 
Happy post Independence day to everyone in the US! Happy 5th of July to everyone else! Today we're taking a look at Frightfur Reborn, a normal spell released in Dimensional Guardians.
 
Frightfur Reborn is another useful piece of support for an underrated and strong archetype, Frightfurs. Reborn comes with a pair of effects. First off, it's a Frightfur specific Monster Reborn with no cost attached to it, unlike some other archetype specific revival cards.
 
And it's second effect lets you banish Frightfur Reborn from your grave except the turn it was sent there, to put a banished Fluffal or Frightfur monster back in your grave. And that's good support for an archetype that can almost freely manipulate the grave, returning cards to the hand from it, or using them as materials for further fusion summons.
 
It may have been better as a quickplay spell, or allowing to return Edge Imps to the grave aswell, but that would have pushed it over the edge. I like the card for what it does and Fluffals/Frightfur/Edge Imp will see more play post Links as they re-summon their fusion monsters back from the grave repeatedly.
 
Advanced 5/5 In Frightfurs only.


Crunch$G

Sorry we missed Monday and Tuesday, the Pojo Crew too a break for the Fourth of July here in America, however; we are back to reviewing cards and we will look at our last card from the Dimensional Guardians set. Today, we look at the Spell card the Fluffal/Frightfur players weren't really waiting for, Frightfur Reborn.
 
Frightfur Reborn does the obvious, revive a Frightfur monster. The only application for this that I can think of is reviving a monster to use for the Fusion Summon of Frightfur Sabre-Tooth and then revive that Fusion again. Just reviving a monster and not using it for Sabre-Tooth is still good, as long as it isn't Tiger or Wolf as they won't really do much being revived. Sheep or Kraken are the most optimal, but Sheep revives himself, so Kraken it is. I think there is already a card like Frightfur Reborn, but it can revive Fluffals. To compensate for that, this card actually has a 2nd effect. During your Main Phase, except the turn card was sent to the Graveyard: you can banish this card from the Graveyard to return a Fluffal or Frightfur to the graveyard. It would of been nice to get it back to the hand, but getting material for a Frightfur Fusion play is alright I guess. I assume the only way the Fluffal/Frightfur deck really banishes their monsters is off Fluffal Wing or Frightfur Fusion, both are mandatory in the deck.
 
This is a cool card, but I don't know if it is really mandatory in the deck. You should of OTKed your opponent if you are playing the Fluffal deck, but I guess having cards for later in the game can't be that bad. This card is searchable off Edge-Imp Chain, so I guess you can play 1 of this.
 
Advanced Rating: 2.75/5


Warlockblitz
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I don't think Frightfur Reborn does enough. A Normal Spell Card that review any Frightfur monster for free should be good. The targeted Frightfur monster needs to be properly summoned first. If you have multiple, you can activate all of them to swarm. On a different turn than the one where Frightfur Reborn was sent to the grave, you can banish it to move a Fluffal or Frightfur monster to the grave from the banished zone. However, face down banished cards can't be targeted by this effect. Why can't the revival effect also pick Fluffals? Moving things around can set up for combos, but those other cards are probably better than this. 
 
Score: 2/5
Art: 4/5
 
-WarlockBlitz


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Frightfur Reborn

 

I normally frown a bit at spell cards that special summon extra deck monsters from the grave. How many times will it be an opening hand dead draw? That being said, Frightfur Reborn is an excellent card. I simply doubt that I could ever run three copies of it.

 

There are two archetypes that can special summon fusion monsters every turn if built properly: Heroes and Fluffals. So, a Frightfur Reborn in your opening hand shouldn’t normally be a big setback, if it’s a setback at all. However, it does remove the potential for first-turn fusion summoning by percentage points over the long haul. Of course, Fluffals do have some monsters and other cards that require a discard cost, so there’s potential to make up for a brick while benefitting later on by returning that banished Fluffal Wings to the grave.

 

Once link summoning arrives, I like this card even more. Since the target of Reborn will go to the main monster zone, that’s a really big plus in a game where bosses from the extra deck will come at a premium. Having this card at your disposal when your opponent has less chances to do the same could swing the tide in your favor many times. So, I would definitely recommend running this in Fluffal decks, but as I said before, I don’t think I could swallow three of them.

 

Advanced: 3.5/5

Future Potential: 3.5/5


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