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

Breaker the Magical Warrior
Ultra Rare

When this card is successfully Normal Summoned, put 1 Spell Counter on it (max. 1). Increase the ATK of this monster by 300 points for each Spell Counter on the card. Also, you can remove 1 Spell Counter from this card to destroy 1 Spell Card or Trap Card on the field.

Type - Spellcaster / Effect Monster
Card Number - MFC-071

Card Ratings
Traditional: 4.5
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 - 03.17.05

 
Coin Flip

 

Shorter review today. 1600 ATK is hot. 1000 DEF is meh since Witch is gone. Repetition. DARK? Hot. Spellcaster? Meh. Oh look, Spell Counter. ATK increase and built-in MST? Hot. I think I'll include one in every deck I build. Oh noes, cookie cutter!

General:
Traditional: 5/5
Advanced: 5/5
New Advanced: 5/5
Limited: 5/5
Draft: 5/5
Sealed: 5/5
Type 1.5: 5/5 (Yes, you should be playing it in different card games, too. It is that good.)
 
ExMinion OfDarkness Breaker the Magical Warrior

Breaker's pretty much a staple in any deck that needs to attack. Exodia, burn, and stall decks can just skip today's review then. :P

If MST wasn't restricted, then we wouldn't need this guy as much. We're getting Chiron the Mage with FET (although discarding spells HURTS), we already have Mobius, Heavy, MST, and Dust Tornadoes...but given that you can kill the M/T the turn this guy comes out, he's still too valuable to pass up.

1600 holds its own, and 1900 is great against things other than pure beatdowns. I can't remember how many times I've Witched this thing in Traditional.

4.9/5 all-around -- M/T kill and a decent monster is just too great not to deck.
 
Tranorix Breaker the Magical Warrior

If you’re running a deck based around attacking, you should probably be running Breaker.

Traditional – CCCC: 4.5/5
Traditional – Magician Deck: 4.5/5
Advanced – CCWC: 5/5
Advanced – Magician Deck: 5/5
OVERALL RATING: 4.8/5
 
Snapper Breaker the Magical Warrior

Today’s card is Breaker the Magical Warrior, the most popular Spellcaster in the TCG.

What can be said about Breaker that most don’t already know? To review for those who’ve forgotten, when Breaker is Normal Summoned his ATK increases from 1600 to 1900, due to a Spell Counter he gives himself. Spell Counters, in case you’re wondering, are much like Tokens. They can be represented by anything you have available; pennies, cereal, dice, etc. Of course with Breaker, it’s unlikely you’ll need to keep track due to the fact he can have no more than one Spell Counter at any given time. By removing the Spell Counter from Breaker (and thus returning his ATK to 1600) Breaker can destroy 1 Spell or Trap Card on the field. Needless to say Breaker is considered by many to be a monster staple, and shouldn’t require much more explanation. Breaker is used in basically every Deck, and for good reason.
I’ve been trying to remove him from my Decks, but I think I’m fighting a losing battle… See ya’ll for the lengthy review tomorrow!

Advanced: 5/5. Spell and Trap Card destruction is a little scarce, so Breaker is welcomed wherever he is available.
Traditional: 5/5. “So what if I can use Harpie’s Feather Duster! Did you forget Breaker’s a DARK monster? That automatically makes him good.”
Overall: 5/5.
Art: 4/5. It’s a cool picture, but it’s also a little dark (as in hard to see).
 
Dark Paladin Breaker the Magical Warrior

Ah, good old Breaker. What a monster he is and oh how important especially in Advanced.

In either format, Breaker instantly becomes a Level 4 1900 attacker which is great. He is also Dark which makes him Chaos food which is also good and being only 4 stars, he'll be easy to get to field (since he doesn't require a
tribute.)

Obviously, Breaker's magnificence lies in his Special Ability. By discarding the one Spell Counter that was put on him, you can destroy one magic or trap card on the field. This effect is similar to XYZ Dragon Cannon except for his effect you discard one card from you hand.

However, sadly, by using Breaker's special ability, he loses 300 attack points.
This isn't the end of the world, but now Breaker can't compete with the other beatsticks. In the end, it isn't all that big of a deal.

Breaker is still a great card, and we need all the spell/trap destruction we can get these days. *sighs*

We finally did get to see Breaker in the anime when the Pharoh dueled Weevil this season.

Just remember "I may have weakened my warrior's attack power by using his special ability, but it was WELL worth the price for now I can DESTROY you!"--the Pharoh

Ratings:

Traditional: 4.3/5
Advanced: 4.7/5 A bit more useful here.
Limited: 4.9/5
Art: 4.5/5 He almost looks evil.

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
 

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