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

Mobius the Frost Monarch
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When this card is Tribute Summoned successfully, you can destroy up to 2 Spell or Trap Cards on the field.

Type - Aqua/Effect
Card Number - SD4-EN012

Card Ratings
Traditional: 4.25
Advanced: 4.6

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


Date Reviewed - 11.17.05

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Mobius the Frost Monarch

Usually this is the last card you have to play before you know you're going to win.

Just as 1:1s are good now (like Widespared and MST), 2:2s are just as much so. Even better when you're giving up 2 monsters (which you seem to get more often than you'd like) to take out 2 S/Ts (which are far more important.)

Worst-case scenario: You tribute for Mobius, your opponent responds to the summon with Bottomless on Mobius and Dust Tornado on your F/D card.

Average scenario: One of the two cards is chainable but you'll usually have some other way to deal with it.

Best-case: You took out two Sakus or a Saku and a Widespread or something huge.


Seriously...multi-Mobius MAINDECKED is good right now. With so many ways to keep a monster on the field or get one quickly it's hard not to be able to get him out. You have the Reapers to survive a turn with Tribute bait, you have Cyber Dragons to pop out to immediately sacrifice for Mobius, not to mention the normal mainstays of Premature + Call to get tribute fodder, Snatch Steal, etc, etc.

Run two and see how much better off you are. For every time you topdeck one when you really need a better card, you'll probably run into three or four situations where Mobius just wins you the game by taking out the back row.

3.75/5 Traditional
5/5 Advanced
 

Coin Flip
Mobius the Frost Monarch is simply gorgeous. Let me persuade you of the fact.

2400 ATK is enormous, taking out Dark World monsters and Cyber Dragon as well as Chaos Sorcerer. Double MST upon summon? In-freaking-credible. You lose one card and they lose two. If you get to attack a monster, you made them lose three to your one. Even if it gets Torrential'd or something, it's still a series of 1 for 1's in YOUR favor.

There is no need for a long review here; the card is awesome and you don't need me to tell you that.

General: 4/5
 
RJ Mobius The Frost Monarch

Mobius is a hottie =]. Hothothothothot.

2-1 potential, 3-1 actually. The rules are, you tribute a monster for him, and you select 0, 1, or 2 Magic Or Traps, Face Up, or Face Down, and they go byebye. Its hot stuff.

Its a very simple card, lets look at something ideal...

Your opponent has a f/d Monster, and 2 f/d Nonchainables. You tribute your only Monster for Mobius, hit their facedown Saku and Dust, then attack their facedown D.D. Assailant, they lost 3 cards, you lost 2. 3-2.

The godlike play would be

Your opponent has a f/u Don Zaloog, you tribute your Sangan for Mobius, hit their Facedowns, then attack Don Zaloog for a +3. GG xDDD.

Eventually, they would either take away Mobius with Removal or a DD attack, so it results in a 4-1. >_< hot.

Traditional: 2/5
Constructed: 4.5/5
Limited: 5
2/5.
 

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