Sorry I didn't write
for Tremendous Fire yesterday, but I had gone to a
water park all day and I was still kind of bummed
about missing my first sanctioned tourney.
Today's card is White Magical Hat.
this card inflicts damage to your opponent's Life
Points, 1 card must be discarded randomly from
your opponent's hand to the Graveyard.
Well now, this is a
creative critter! This card is basically Robbin'
Goblin put into a monster form. If
this card does LP damage to your opponent, they
randomly discard a card. The problem lies in
its stats. 1000/700 won't win many battles.
You would figure there is no way for the effect to
go through, right?
Now you have more
incentive to pull out that Raigeki/Dark
Hole. With a clear field, this
critter nukes your opponent's hand. Combine
it with the aforementioned Robbin' Goblin
and your opponent loses two cards
from your hand. The stats just aren't really
workable right now. Hoshinigen may help, but
it's not really worth it. With Magic
Ruler, however, this card becomes VERY
viable. We'll cover that when the time
White Magical Hat + Robbin'
Goblin: 2 random discards.
White Magical Hat + Raigeki/Dark
Hole: Free direct damage attack.
Trap Hole: Oh no, it
doesn't even get on the field!
Waboku: Oh no, no
Mirror Force: Oh no,
Stats: Oh no, it can't
inflict any LP damage!
YOU play it?
You can sidedeck it if
you play a heavy monster removal/hand disruption
deck, but I'd steer clear until at least Magic
Hat gets a 2.4. It's not as
useless as other cards we've reviewed (in fact,
its effect is pretty good), but its stats aren't
very good. (Now that I think about it, I
shouldn't have given Masked Sorcerer