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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day
 

Michizure

Card Number - PSV-051

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

Date Reviewed - 11.21.02


TwInSeN21

Michizure
Normal Trap
You can activate this card when your monster is sent from the field to the Graveyard. Destroy 1 monster on the field.

This is a pretty decent card. After your tribute something for your Summoned Skull, you can activate it to destroy any monsters on the field. Or, when one of your monsters was attacked and died, you can activate it to destroy your opponent's monster. If you want more monster removal, I would go with this card. In a way it's more reliable than Fissure and it's almost as good as Tribute to the Doomed (without the discarding).

Rating: 3.8/5
Yonex Michizure -- Thursday

Introduction: You destroy my monster? Destroy one of yours too!

Michizure
Normal Trap
You can activate this card when your monster is sent from the field to the
Graveyard. Destroy 1 monster on the field.

Why should you use it?
*Destroys a monster
*Kill spell counter?

Why shouldn't you use it?
*No monster?

Reasons: We look at an interesting card today. Michizure (hard to spell)
that I don't evan want to know where Upperdeck got this name from. I call
this a "Man-Eater Bug" in version Trap. This card could totally be so
dangerous if played right. For example, your opponent has 2 monsters on the
field. They attack in to your Man-Eater Bug. You activate Mich. and destroy
2 of their monsters for a mini Raigeki/Dark Hole effect. Not bad at all.
Also this could counter those kill spells on you. For example, someone
Raigeki you. You can destroy one of their monster in the process too. This
goes for other cards like Trap Hole, Fissure, etc. Well I doubt that you
will run into a monster problem, but this negative effect really isn't that
bad. 80 percent of the time you should have 1 monster in your hand in an
average 3 card hand.

Rating: Good? Maybe. Time will tell. This card gets a 4.0. With a little
"stradgey" you can find ways around this card. Still a good card though.

Conclusion: Michizure, um yeah, how do I rhyme this one.

-YoNeX

IQ
Michizure

Hmmm... this card is not really that great or that playable. It's a weaker Trap Hole that will probably get destroyed most of the time and you'll never really get to use it. Besides what are you gona do when all your opponent has in play is the Man-Eater Bug that destroyed your Monster? Is it really worth activating on a Man-Eater?

Now you see why I don't think to highly of this card but this is just my opinion.

Rating 1.9
 
SomeGuy Thursday - Michizure

Normal Trap
You can activate this card when your monster is sent from the field to the Graveyard. Destroy 1 monster on the field.

Michizure is nothing more than a mediocore Trap Card. It pretty much acts as a face down Man-Eater Bug. Nothing too special. There are MANY other cards I would include in my deck before even considering this.

If you don't have a very big card pool to work with, then that's when Michizure is worth playing. It's not a bad card, but it's just that we have much better cards to work with at this current time.

Rating: 2/5

If you're short on the staple cards, give it a shot.
 

 

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