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

Super Conductor Tyranno
Super Rare

Once per turn, Tributing 1 monster, inflict 1000 damage to your opponent. This monster cannot declare an attack this turn if you used this effect this turn.

Type - Dinosaur/Effect Level 8
Card Number - SD09-EN001

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.66
Advanced: 2.91

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


Date Reviewed - 12.08.06

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Super Conductor Tyranno

"Hey, let's make Cannon Soldier again, except this time let's make it REALLY bad!"
OR...
Let's give the player the chance to do 1,000 damage instead of 3,300!

...those are thoughts that jump to mind when I see this card. Great attack score, horrible effect.

Yes, 1,000 damage through an effect is usually good. The price of a card is more than that in YGO terms though -- your average card is worth somewhere around 2,000 LP as far as advantage goes. If this could still attack afterwards, that'd be great. But you're giving up the chance to almost wipe out half your opponent's LP, AND A MONSTER, just to get through one-eighth of them. A good alternative if you know your opponent has a Sakuretsu Armor you can't get rid of or something and you have Black Ptera, but otherwise, I'd stick with attacking with him -- and I still don't see him being worth two Tributes.

2/5
 

Otaku
Super Conductor Tyranno is a strange Dinosaur. It reminds me of the cybernetic Tyrannosaurus Rex from the first Turok: Dinosaur Hunter game on the N64. Super Conductor Tyranno is a Level 8 Light/Dinosaur, the only of its Attribute/Type combination. Being Light really matters little: Dinosaurs aren’t too apt to focus on Attribute support and you wouldn’t really want to use this outside of a Type themed deck. While Super Conductor Tyranno has a fairly small 1400 DEF, it has the highest Dinosaur ATK score of 3300, beating out Ultimate Tyranno by 300. Super Conductor Tyranno can also give up its attack for the turn in order to do 1000 damage at the price of Tributing one of your own Monsters. Since the effect is limited to once per turn, there aren’t a whole lot of uses for it, but it can still be handy in some rare circumstances.

Simply put, this is another nice, big Tribute Monster for Dinosaurs. It won’t gain you instant advantage (or “break even”) as a Monarch would, but Dinosaurs have so many tricks to Special Summon themselves and since the effect is so trivial, you won’t miss it if you revive Super Conductor Tyranno with Fossil Excavation. On its own it’d be meh, but with the support Dinosaurs do have, it can do some damage. Even though it’s a big Monster that can be normal or Special Summoned, it won’t be worth it for non-Dinosaur decks.

Ratings (Dinosaur decks only)
Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 3.75/5
 

DeathJester
Super Conductor Tyranno

Super Conductor Tyranno is a cool monster. Since Dinosaurs have a million and one ways to summon high-level dinosaurs, Super Conductor Tyranno won’t be that hard to summon.

His effect could have been destructive if the “once per turn” restriction was not there. 3300 ATK is pretty high though. 1000 LP in damage is pretty good after giving your opponent a hefty beating with this big guy. You can steal one of your opponent’s monsters; summon this creature, attack with both creatures, and then Tribute your opponent’s creature.

Last Word: It’s another good Dino creature. His effect is decent. I’d use him more for his ATK power than anything else.

Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 3/5

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Tebezu
this is the one for today.. Hunting instinct may have gone up?

Hit me up-means to send me an email saying you got it or did not. I'm working on my street talk:P

l8ter Dogg.

(Remember, coco puffs turn milk brown and that is never the other way around:P)

Super Conduct...Tyranno

5/5

I am biased, I'll admit it. In my eyes BEWD is still the best monster ever made. Thus when it comes to two tributes (who have no summoning drawbacks) and equal to or more attack than BEWD I get goosebumps. Not to mention the effects. 3000 attack monsters who can be brought to the field via premature/call only get better due to their effect. (BEWD is my favorite card, but I am glad to see a dinosaur of all things surpass him:P)

This monster has dino support to work with, or simply his pterodactyl friend to generate a game ending burn effect. Massive stats allow him to kill anything in his path (except for spirit reaper, Obnoxious Celtic Guardian, etc.) while providing a way to reduce an opponents lp by 3300. If you do run this, which all of you should b/c he is so big, use cards like mausoleum of the emperor and my body as a shield. If you bring him out and an exiled force straps a bomb to his chest you'll be mad. Royal Decree, reasoning, monster gate, etc. all provide protection.

I love Dinosaurs, T-Rex in general:)

I love this card and am so happy to see a good ultra rare come from a starter deck.

Now if only the machine deck will come a tad faster...
 

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