Overall Score: 5.0 (can
you say, deck staple?)
Casual Play: 5.0
Tournament Play: 5.0
Well, what have we here?
It's an insect card! And it has 450/600 stats!
Why in creation would I rate it a 5?
Oh, I see! When
it's flipped over, it destroys any monster on the
field! That's why people play it!
seems to be Man-Eater Bug's only purpose in life.
All it can really do is destroy one monster on the
field, because 450/600 won't destroy much. Of
course, if your opponent is afraid to attack your
face-down M-EB, you can flip it over, destroy one of
their monsters, then tribute it for a Summoned
Skull. That's all it's useful for.
Monster destruction and tributing. Oh well,
that's all we ask of it.
Man-Eater Bug +
Hane-Hane = Activate Man-Eater Bug's effect, then
use Hane-Hane to send it back to your hand.
with Raigeki, M-EB's effect can't resolve. You
could use Dark Hole to destroy it, but then again,
its effect wouldn't need to resolve ANYWAYS.
Well, this guy isn't
terribly rare. He's a Super Rare in LoBEWD
boosters and comes in the Yugi starter deck. I
suggest playing at least 2 of these guys. Your
opponent will probably become afraid to attack
Play 3. You'll
need all the monster destruction you can get.
You'll probably also face decks with 3 of these
guys, so you might as well be level with everyone
This card has "deck
staple" written all over it. And,
conveniently, it's relatively easy to find. Go