of Invincible Wrath
Card # DM75
Date Reviewed: 10.05.05
Constructed Average Rating:
Limited Average Rating: 4.25
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.
Ahh yes this
week rocks!, if u read my reports, you would know,
dragons are my specialty. Ok well i missed the COTD
for bolzard dragon and so that was kinda gay because
u dono how many times i've locked them down on
repeating there turn 5 over and over again, but
enough of that this COTD is about a beefed up almost
triple the cost, pyrofighter magnus.
Name: Bazagazeal Dragon
Race: Armored Dragon
Speed attacker (This creature doesn't get summoning
sickness.) This creature can attack untapped
Double breaker (This creature breaks 2 shields.) At
the end of your turn, return this creature to your
Mana Number: 1
Artist: Ken Sugawara
Collector Number: 75
Set: Stomp-a-Trons of Invincible Wrath
power/cost ratio: well 8 mana is a hefty hefty hefty
cost and most likely without support that is all you
would be doin this turn. now coco lupia can bring
this guy out as soon as turn 5 if u bring out 1 turn
3 then one turn 4. now i've brought out two
bazagazeal dragons before when i had two coco
lupia's on the feild and it was really bad ass to
have two 8000 double breakers. 8000 can take out
everything weenie and common evo's ex. lancer, dual
fang. Now something in my meta is doublegyser and i
forget his power but i think it's 9000 and baza
can't beat him.
well for 8 mana u better be getting a damn good
effect, and in this card u get a very balanced and
wide array of options. first off it's speed
attacker, no exactly the best option for rush.
second baza can atk untapped creatures, a very good
feature if you got no sheilds and your opp is
topdecking monsters, or u don want that merefolk
goin off and u need to kill
that emeral. 3rd, double breaker, i've finished the
game alot of the time with baza once all my
bolmeteus were gone, double breaker is nothing to
Overall: 7/10 sometimes people tech this in control,
its a very balanced card, a little to high of mana,
and can be brought down by coco lupia, i personally
really like ethis card.
First off.. I
want to make this a quick review. Second off,
wouldn't you like to see Bazagazeal in a
Spelling competition. Okay...
Bazagazeal Dragon Cost: 8 Race: Armored Dragon Civilization: Fire Type: Creature Rules Text:
Speed attacker (This creature doesn't get
This creature can attack untapped creatures.
Double breaker (This creature breaks 2
At the end of your turn, return this creature to
your hand. Power: 8000 Mana Number: 1 Artist: Ken Sugawara Rarity: R Collector Number: 75 Set: Stomp-a-Trons of Invincible Wrath
So, if you
look at it closely, you can see that this
creature is great. Time to show you
O_o The all-powerful and feared by many, Armored
Dragons!... Okay lame again. Fire before now
didn't have a Terror Pit or Natural Snare.
Well, I can tell you they didn't see it coming
as a monster.
.500% So a whopping 8000 power, but as they
say, Strength isn't everything.*
Since strength isn't everything, what else is
there. There's the effect, duh!! Speed
Attacker is only for Fire monsters (unless you
use Survivors). So that is great. Double
Breaker is another plus. Who wouldn't want a
Pyrofighter Magnus on steroids? Lastly, how
about shutting down your opponents options each
and every turn? Well that is what they call the
ability to attack untapped creatures.
Awesome card, you should definitely find room
for it if you are running control.
doesn't want to give their opponent a beating
with a card that can't be attacked.**
for the brief review. If you want to chat or
have any comments,
firstname.lastname@example.org is the way to reach
me. 'Till next time, happy dueling.
frank. *Changes name* I chose this week,
largely due to the upcoming release of Epic
Dragons of Hyper Chaos, but also because no one
else had chosen anything. Now you might say,
"Frank, why waste our time with these dragons?"
And I would say, BECAUSE I FELT LIKE IT! We
usually cater towards veteran players, so for
this week, I'm typing for the "Timmy" in all of
us. That said, let Frank guide you in a review
of the lovechild of Pyrofighter Magus and
Card Type: Annoying Creature
• Speed attacker (This creature doesn't
get summoning sickness.)
This creature can attack untapped
Double breaker (This creature breaks 2
At the end of your turn, return this
creature to your hand
Mana Generated: 1
Card Number: 75/110
TOO MANY EFFECTS!!!! Once again you might be
saying, "Surely it's not too bad." I say, "It
isn't... but stop calling my Shirley."
*Changes name again*
Civilization: Like all Armored
Dragons (UP TO THIS POINT) he's a fire card. He
fits the theme of the fire realm all to well.
He's a great rush card, and he's a fattie, all
in one nice little package. He makes TERRIBLE
evo-bait though. One might say I have the 'hots'
Cost: Eight mana is a bunch of
mana. It's likely all you'll be able to do in
this turn. You also won't summon him early on,
but hey, better 'eight' than never!
Power: 8000 power = nice.
It's vanilla for his cost, which usually is not
cool. By the time you drop eight mana, you
should be getting a little more power than
that. Maybe his effects have something to do
with this? It's a cause and 'effect' thing
Abilities: He's got four
abilities going 'for' him, so let's go for a
Firstly, he's got speed attacker. I don't mean
to rush this review here, but I really don't
think I need to explain why that is good... but
since reviewing gives me such a rush, I'll do it
anyway. He hits the second he hits the field,
preventing your opponent from being able to
abuse it during it's summoning sickness induced
Then, it can blitz right into untapped creatures
that WERE summon-sick last turn. Destroying
untapped creatures can be great, since your
opponent likely was having to wait to attack
with them, or was saving them for a reason.
Bazagaeal just runs into them and does a little
tap dance on their heads....
Or, behind door number two, is a double breaker
ability. Two shields for one attack is nice.
Especially since your opponent will likely have
not had a chance to brace themselves for it.
Finally, he then retreats to the hand at the end
of the turn. This saves him from being
destroyed on the field next turn, but it DOES
make him susceptablet to hand control cards. I
gotta 'hand' it to this guy though, he can...
WAIT, PUT THAT DOWN, STOP!!!
WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT LEE SANDOW/FRANK/SHIRLEY/WHATEVER
WAS VIOLENTLY ATTACKED AND KILLED FOR HIS LAME
HUMOR AT THIS TIME. LUCKLIY, DUE TO THE TIMELY
ACTIONS OF STEVEN CANTRELL, HURRICANE HORUS, AND
DRIZER, LEE WAS REVIVED BY THE USE OF A DARK
REVERSAL. WE NOW RETURN YOU TO YOUR REGULARLY
Constructed overview: Hey, I'm
just happy to be alive here... ANyhow, in a
rush deck or a control deck, this card can
rock-out-loud. Give him a try, see what you
Limited overview: If you can
summon this guy in this format, and you aren't
bludgeoned to death the next turn, this guy can
win the game. This guy is a SEXY BEAST (like
me) in this format. Keep a sharp lookout for
him while drafting! 5/5
LEE COOL? CHECK OUT THIS NEW THING HE'S DOING!
By the way,
I've got something new I'm going to do at the
end of each COTD from now on. I'll underline
one line from my COTD report, and you can e-mail
me and explain it. The first person to e-mail
me correctly gets their name (whatever name you
send me, real name or an alias, it doesn't
matter) placed in the next COTD review. The
first person to get in five times will be mailed
a copy of whatever card I was reviewing when you
win for the fifth time. Cool? I think so too!