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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
 

Time Seal

Card Number PSV-007

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating

Date Reviewed - 11.13.02

NickWhiz1

Wednesday - Time Seal
 
After yesterday's rant, I'll keep this one short.
 
Hand destruction decks, listen to me carefully.  Pack 3 of these guys.  Yes, you heard me.  Pack 3.  If your opponent can't draw any new cards to replace their devastated hand, that just gives you 3 more turns to freely peg away at their Life Points, and even 1 of those could be the difference in the game.  All other decks, use this as sideboard.  Highly underrated.
 
Score:
Time Seal gets a 3.2 in my book.  It's a very solid card, and can cause real problems to your opponent if you spring it at just the right time.
 


TwInSeN21

Time Seal
Normal Trap
Your opponent skips the Draw Phase of his/her next turn.



I like this card. It trades one of your resources for another one of your opponent's. Too bad you don't gain any card advantage... Is it deck worthy? It might be if the purpose of your deck is disruption. Basically, just play this card if it suits the kind of deck you are playing.

Rating: 3/5
Yonex Time Seal -- Wednesday

Introduction: You don't get to draw a card! HaHaHa!

Normal Trap
Your opponent skips the Draw Phase of his/her next turn.

Why should you use it?
*Opponent don't draw a card
*Card advantage

Why shouldn't you use it?
*Won't help when losing
*Easy to respond

Reasons: Today we look at Time Seal. I picked this card because it has a lot
of potential and can be dangerous. First off, this could give you card
advantage which is very important. The second is, your opponent doesn't
draw. This could give you a little bit of time to set up some kind of move.
Well this card does have it's negative affects. First off, you have to wait
one turn, so that means your opponent has time to respond and figure out how
to counter it. Like Lightforce sword, this card won't help you if your
losing at all. But this card has potential to be deadly. Come on it's only a
common, that has a somewhat decent effect. :-)

Rating: This card has some dangerous effect if played right. Well in the
near futhure, I predict this card to be very deadly. This gets a 2.7. It has
some potential, but not just yet. In the near futhure, it might.

Conclusion: Seal this card in time, then let it free when the time has come.

-YoNeX
 
wartortle32 Wednesday - Time Seal

Today we look at Time Seal. This card forces the opponent to skip his next draw phase. Personally, I'm not a fan of this card. Usually, it will only help you screw the opponent more when you've already got him in a hole. If you can get a steady stream of Time Seals going, you can easily shut down the opponent, attacking his LP while stopping him from drawing any cards. However, I view it as a waste of space since the card is rather situational since if you 're going to use this card, you dont want to use it right when you draw it. You have to wait for the perfect moment that will devastate the opponent. I give this card a 3/5. It has a potential to be a game breaker, but it's too situational for my taste

wartortle32


IQ
Time Seal

This is yet another of those trap cards that I hope are restricted to 1 per deck or discard decks will take over the current tournament environment. It's just that simple, there are way too many ways to make your opponent discard card and not enough card drawing to recover from heavy discard.

Let's just hope that Upper Decks knows what they're doing and restricts all the cards that need to be restricted or they're game will be like many others out there.... Broken.

Rating 4.5

 

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