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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day

Cyber Twin Dragon
Super Rare

"Cyber Dragon" + "Cyber Dragon"
A Fusion Summon of this card can only be conducted with the above Fusion Material Monsters. This card can attack twice during the same Battle Phase.

Type - Machine/Fusion/Effect
Card Number - CRV-EN035

Card Ratings
Traditional: 4.8
Advanced: 4.8

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


Date Reviewed - 08.18.05

 

Lord
Tranorix
Cyber Twin Dragon

Cyber Twin Dragon is a really strong Fusion Monster who can attack twice per turn. The restriction on its summoning, of course, only applies if you’re Fusion Summoning the monster – so it’s a much better idea simply to use Metamorphosis to bring it out.

Say your opponent has a face-down monster on the field and nothing else. You happen to topdeck BLS-EotB. Well, summon the Soldier and remove that face-down, then Metamorphose your BLS into Cyber Twin Dragon and attack for 5600 damage. That’s a best-case scenario.

There really isn’t a worst-case scenario as this is a Fusion, and there is no limit to the number of monsters you can have in your Fusion Deck (well, three of every Fusion in the game). Run three.

CCGCC: 5/5
Machine Deck: 5/5
OVERALL RATING: 5/5
 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Cyber Twin Dragon

Wow, this is like the set of Broken Fusions or something.

The key thing to remember with Cyber Twin Dragon is that you can STILL bring him out via Metamorphosis -- the text on him only disallows Fusion Substitutes, much like Balter and Senshi. So instead of talking about doing it the loser way (Polymerization), I'll talk about something that might actually come up in gameplay -- the Metamorphosis or Cyber-Stein uses.

There are honestly three times where this card would come out:

*You summon BLS-Envoy, remove something, then Morph for this to try to win the game that turn

*You jack your opponent's BLS-Envoy, remove something, then Morph so they don't get their Soldier back

*You know that Cyber-Stein will win you the game so you pay the 5000 to do 5600 for a win

With the recent lifting on the restriction on Fusion deck size (we can go back over 60 again, yay!), there's NO reason not to use a Fusion you have available to you in your Fusion deck. I'll let the other reviewers score this card normally.

I'm giving this card a 5/5 all around, as there is NO detriment to playing it WHATOSEVER, unless they come out with some weird card that says "do 50 damage to your opponent for every card in their Fusion Deck" or something.
 
Snapper Cyber Twin Dragon

I told you we’d be getting to Cyber Dragon’s fusions at the end of the week, and given that today’s card is Cyber Twin Dragon, the lesser of the two fusions, I’ll venture a guess at the statement that you won’t figure out tomorrow’s card…

Let’s mix things up and start with CTD’s effect: It can attack twice. With that said, CTD is a 2800 ATK Machine. This means you can have a double attacking 2800 ATK monster in most cases, an awesome thing to have. Or, if you want to be fancy, you can use upwards to 3 Limiter Removals, to gain a 5600, 11200, or 22400 ATK monster the can deal damage twice a turn, depending on the number of Limiter Removals you have available at the time.

Needless to say, the prospect of a 22400 twice attacking monster is enough to dream about and end this review. I’d take the time to mention that CTD is a Fusion of 2 Cyber Dragons (gasp), but most people will probably use Cyber-Stein or Metamorphosis instead. You could go through the trouble of using Power Bond/Polymerization/The Light - Hex-Sealed Fusion to "properly"
summon it, but why would you do that when you COULD be using those to summon Cyber End Dragon?

In conclusion, if you have a way to summon CTD AND you can double its ATK a few times, put it in your Fusion Deck.

Advanced: 4.5/5. Yep.
Traditional: 4.5/5. See Advanced.
Overall: 4.5/5.
Art: 5/5. WAY more vicious/cool looking than it’s End brethren.
 
dawnyoshi Wow. The folks at Konami are utter geniuses. Let’s place that nomi restriction on the Elemental Heroes. However, when it comes to the level 8 fusion monster that has Hayabusa Knight’s effect, we’ll just make it impossible to summon through Polymerization. However, we’ll make it a morph target.

Yeah right. Like Envoy needed to be even more stupid than it was before. =/

Seriously. This card is just…dumb. Really dumb. It’s so good in the morph decks out there. I cannot seriously believe Konami actually released something like this. How stupid!

Traditional: X/5 (fusions are your call here. I don’t see it being that useful, but eh…)
Advanced: 4/5 (SO DUMB)
Limited: 1/5 (like you can draft this, two cyber dragons, AND a power bond…)
 

Coin Flip
Cyber Twin Dragon

Despite getting a perfect rating for reasons that are obvious to anyone with a copy of Metamorphosis and RONIN, this card is awesome. Currently, the strongest 8 Star fusion in the game isn't out in English. Useless trivia by itself. This is the fusion capable of doing the most damage with a direct field by itself, though.

Oh, and people may have wondered why I think Nephthys is briefly going to make a comeback with this card. OTK's generally don't get built into a deck as easily and themelessly as they do with Cyber Twin Dragon. Here's the trick.

Summon Nephthys. Have your opponent send him to hell.

Next turn of yours, Nephthys gets summoned out. Clear your opponent's monsters in the form of your choice.

Morph Nephthys into Cyber Twin Dragon and attack directly for 5600.

At this point, either a Premature Burial or a Ring of Destruction will end the game. Premature Burial to get back Nephthys and attack with Cyber Twin Dragon for 8000 total, or Ring of Destruction with Cyber Twin Dragon to get a pretty 8400 damage total.

On a side note, I should mention how hilarious it is when this guy hits a Spirit Reaper. :(

If you seriously want to Fusion Summon him... Well, I'll get around to exactly why that is a horrible idea and should never, ever happen tomorrow (guess what we're reviewing), but for now, think about it like this: Two completely unsearchable Fusion Monsters that you cannot substitute for with King of the Swamps. That makes... Well, that makes a bad monster to Fusion summon.

Hmm, I just summarized something I took a paragraph or two to write out in two sentences. Hurah.

Anyway, if you have him he needs to go in your Fusion deck. Unlike the crap like Master of Oz where you can't actually expect to summon them ever without dedicating a few cards in your deck to it, this is not only a likely monster to be summoned in a pinch, but it's a very very good one. And since the limit on Fusion decks has been removed... Yeah.

All formats (including Limited and Draft, and in them especially because he offsets the cost of entry): 5/5
 

Dark Paladin
Cyber Twin Dragon is a Fusion and this one MAY be worth taking a look at, until you see tomorrows card which anyone who knows anything should know by now, which will make this card look like crap.

So, two 2800 attacks a turn is good...two 5600 attacks in a turn is damn fine. Use it if you run Cyber Dragon, or not...

Ratings:

4.5/5 Cyber Dragon

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
 
Rj Cyber Twin Dragon
Attrib: Light
Type: Machine/Fusion/Effect
Level:8
Atk: 2800
Def: 2100
"Cyber Dragon" + "Cyber Dragon" A Fusion Summon of this card can only be conducted with the above Fusion Material Monsters. This card can attack twice during the same Battle Phase.
What's happening people? I have to make this review nice, short, and to the point because I am leaving for Gencon in a few hours!

Cyber twin dragon is the second Level 8 Morphable monster introduced into the Tcg, which means snatch stealing your opponents BLS, removing their f/d monster from play, and then morphing him, is MUCH better. Seeing as how on an open field, this guy unloads 5600 damage. Ouch.

It's a fusion, so there isn't that much to say about it really. I mean, if you get 1 or 2 of these (Ideally 3 though), I wouldn't trade them, but That's just me. But them in your fusion deck, they will most likely come in hand more then Gatling Dragon.

Traditional: 3/5 Morph pwns big here.

Advanced: 3/5 Again, Morph is good here to, and it works with Cyber Stein OTK's as well =/.
 

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