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Frightfur Daredevil

- #DPDG-EN006

1 "Edge Imp" monster + 1 "Fluffal" monster When this card destroys an opponent's monster by battle: You can inflict 1000 damage to your opponent. If this face-up card is destroyed by battle, or leaves the field because of an opponent's card effect while its owner controls it: You can inflict 500 damage to your opponent for each "Frightfur" monster in your Graveyard. You can only use this effect of "Frightfur Daredevil" once per turn.

Card Rating
Advanced: 3.17 

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Date Reviewed: June 27, 2017

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RCG

Frightfur Daredevil

 

As much as I like Frightfur Daredevil, this is one of those Extra Deck options where you find it hard to justify summoning when there’s something better available. In this case, Daredevil’s little brother Kraken, the only other monster that can use any Edge Imp and any Fluffal as material, is just far superior.

 

However, there’s also no reason not to at least tech him in Fluffal decks. His potential for massive damage is actually quite terrifying, especially if he battles another monster with the same attack as himself. But the problem with Daredevil doesn’t necessarily lie with him, but with his archetype. Fluffals are meant to OTK, that’s just what they’ve become. If you can’t overwhelm in one turn, you probably lose. They don’t run traps, hand traps, or even monsters that can counter the opponent. This is the main reason why they can’t compete right now despite an incredible amount of powerful cards. If they had any defense whatsoever, they would most like be competing for tournaments. But Daredevil is not that savior for the theme. The best strategy is to dominate with Krakens and Tigers.

 

On the other hand, Daredevil does have some future potential, just like all monsters that have an “instant-win” quality. In this case, sixteen Fluffals in the grave can mean 8000 damage in one turn, and that’s always intriguing, especially for big turn enthusiasts. And why not mention his big points? Kraken is only 2200 ATK and practically useless against baddies like Master Peace that don’t worry about monster effects. Daredevil is an excellent card to have available when you don’t have the right pieces for a specific fusion in hand and can only go generic. I would save a spot for him in all Fluffal decks.

 

Advanced: 2.5/5

Future Potential: 2/5


Kingof
Lullaby

Hello Pojo Fans,
 
Frightfur Daredevil is another Fusion for the Fluffal archetype.
 
Easy to summon, needing only an Edge Imp monster of any variety, the same with the one Fluffal needed. Burn damage every time you destroy a monster by battle with Daredevil is a great addition to its 3000 ATK. Late game after you have a bunch of Frightfur monsters in your grave is where this card can really do some damage with its second burn effect. 500LP for each Frightfur monster in your grave can add up, especially since they don't have to have different names. Daredevil has ATK that is hard to overcome without another card, and its burn effects can back the opponent quickly into a corner.
 
Advanced-3.5/5
Art-3/5
 
Until Next Time


Warlockblitz
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Frightfur Daredevil is a Level 8 Dark Fiend-type Fusion Monster with 3000 Atk and 2200 Def. It requires any Edge Imp monster and any Fluffal monster to properly Fusion Summon, but it can be summoned by other ways. With such high Atk, this Frightfur Daredevil should easily be able to inflict 1000 Damage whenever it destroys a monster by battle. The only other effect does damage when it leaves the field because of the opponent, and that damage is 500 LP for each Frightfur monster in the GY. I like that neither effect depends on how Fightfur Daredevil is summoned even if the second effect is only once per turn. There are a bunch of theme specific Fusion Spells that can get this out. Finally, multiple avenues to victory are good and Frightfur Daredevil gives that. Extra Deck space is getting tighter, but if you are already playing Fluffals, then you might as well play one of this. Too bad it has no protection. 
 
Score: 3.5/5
Art: 4/5
 
-WarlockBlitz


Crunch$G
First off, I'm sorry for all you TCG Frightfur players that you didn't get Frightfur Patchwork in Dimensional Guardians. You have hope in Light's Revenge, but looking as how terrible Dimensional Guardians is, all the Dimension Box cards (Lunalights, Frightfur, Superheavy Samurai) that greatly supported the decks that got it should of been in Dimensional Guardians. I digress.
 
Today we get to look at the newest Frightfur Fusion Monster, and that would be Daredevil. *cough* Kraken is better *cough*
 
Daredevil needs an Edge Imp and a Fluffal monster to summon, which is very easy in Fluffal decks. When Daredevil destroys a monster by battle, you can inflict 1000 damage to your opponent. Burn damage is always nice, and with a 3000 ATK body, you are likely killing a good amount with this guy. If this card is destroyed by battle, or it leaves the field due to an opponent's card effect while its owner controls it, you can deal 500 damage to your opponent for each Frightfur in your graveyard. The latter effect is only once per turn. Again, burn is always nice and I imagine you can get 500-1500 damage normally off this effect.
 
This is nice to have for Frigutfurs, but as I mentioned at the beginning, Kraken is far better, and I think it needs the exact same Fusion Materials if I remember correctly.
 
Advanced Rating: 3/5

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