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Dragons have been
re-introduced through the newest set that
has graced our presence, Epic Dragons of
Hyperchaos. From this set we have seen a lot
more dragon support and more evolution
creatures. Today we’ll be checking out
Necrodragon Galbazeek and how it stands up.
Race: Zombie Dragon
Whenever this creature attacks, choose one
of your shields and put it into your
Double breaker (This creature breaks 2
Its wingbeats whisper promises of doom.
Artist: Ryoya Yuki
Collector Number: 32
Set: Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos
Zombie Dragon is a new race that has been
introduced. There are only a few creatures
that can evolve from him, and they are all
in this set.
Necrodragon Galbazeek costs 6 mana to
summon, which is not bad considering it’s a
Double Breaker and is at 9000 power.
Unfortunately, it’s going to be sitting out
on the field for a turn before you can
actually do some damage, so it’s open to
kill spells, bounce and Corile.
Power: Necrodragon Galbazeek
boasts a 9000 power, which is enough to
pretty much take care of anything you’ll see
out on the field in a competitive
Abilities: Here’s where
Necro’ really falls short of being played.
Every time this creature attacks, you have
to send one of your shields to the discard
pile. So, basically, if you’re hitting one
of their creatures it pretty much evens out
card-advantage wise. If you go for their
shields, you’re giving them two cards and
you’re losing one. Either way, it’s not
exactly something beneficial or even worth
the creature’s power. I would not even
consider this evolution-bait worthy. There
are cheaper and overall better creatures to
put in the place of this card.
I'm givin' it a 1.4
out of 5
in the Constructed format.
This card’s power is
appealing due to the fact it can knock out
Twincannon Skyterror’s and Bolmeteus Steel
Dragon’s. But because the card’s cost is a
little high, it makes it a target for spells
such as Terror Pit, Vise, and that really
annoying Cyber Lord… erm… oh yeah. Corile.
If your looking for Dragon evolution bait,
keep on looking,
I'm givin' it a
in the Limited format.
The card’s effect on your
shields really hurts you in an Epic Dragons
of Hyperchaos draft/sealed event. I would
only consider putting 1 or two of these in
as a support card for those stronger
creatures you may see. Other then that, pass
In the end? This is my first
CoTD, so the composition of my reviewage is
still underway. I look forward to the future