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

Dragon Master Knight
Secret Rare

‚?Chaos Soldier + Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragonn‚? This monster can only be special summoned by a fusion. For every dragon type monster on the field, this monsterr‚?s attack increases 500 points.

Type - Dragon/Fusion/Effect Level 12
Card Number - UE02-EN001

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.5
Advanced: 3.12

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


Date Reviewed - 12.25.06

 

Dark Paladin
Merry Christmas to Pojo and Yugioh fans one and all, and we have a real treat for you today, as we review another highly anticipated card, Master of Dragon Knight!

Anime fact: This monster was seen in Legendary Heroes Part III and A Duel with Dartz Part I

Let's start by saying that the death, I mean banning of Cyber Stein severely hurts this card, as well as Fusions in general. So, let's see...Master of Dragon Knight is a Fusion of Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon (a Fusion) and Black Luster Soldier (the Ritual). It is a Light monster and has a tremendous 5000 attack and defense points.

It also gains 500 attack points for every other Dragon on the field, including itself I believe. There is the possibility of DNA Surgery to make ALL monsters Dragons, but do you need to pump up a monster with 5000 attack points? He doesn't even do anything exciting. He justs looks really cool and has an enormous attack.

For summoning, you are looking at Polymerization, Fusion Gate, or Future Fusion, but wow...just wow. Good luck if you feel ambitious enough to try this deck. I'll do an article about this deck later on this week.

Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5 You can still use Cyber Stein, but so many more ways to be countered.

Advanced: 1.25/5 It can destroy Five Headed Dragon, and maybe the score will go up later...for now, not so much.

Art: 5/5

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
 

Tebezu

  

Master of Dragon Knight

He is a fusion with huge stats and a killer picture, not to mention the fact we have been waiting years to get a hold of one.

5/5

As far as playability, only in a fun deck. Unlike 5HD, his fusion requires an 8 star ritual and a fusion of 3 BEWD. Either way that you look at it, this one will cost you. I think using King of the Swamp to replace the BLS is the best way to go. He is a dragon, thus Dragons Mirror will work with his summoning. But all in all a lot of work to go through for a pointless effect. Future Fusion for the BEUD is a good start, but once again this will be a once in a while thing. 5HD is better in my opinion.

I still want to summon him, thus if anyone sends a me copy of a deck utilizing it I will be very happy this Christmas.
 

Otaku

Dragon Master Knight is one of the huge Fusion Monster cards from the animť/manga.  Simply put, it is mostly a novelty as playing it is incredibly hard: it is a Fusion of a Level 8 Ritual and another Fusion Monster composed of three copies of the same card.  If you did things “classically”, then that’d be at least three Spells and five Monster cards to bring this out (six counting Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon itself, though one might not since it won’t need to be drawn into or searched out).  Now, you do get a Light/Dragon with the highest printed ATK/DEF scores in the game (5000/5000) and an ATK boosting effect.  Unfortunately, this means next to nothing.  It is still vulnerable to Monster removal.  The conditions of the boost are such they are unlikely to be met even in casual duels, and even though this is a Dragon, using Dragon’s Mirror is probably not going to do much good since you want to use a Fusion substitute with this card.

 

Of course, unless Memory Crusher is a problem in your area, you could still risk running it.  After all, padding one’s Fusion deck can confuse an opponent.  So, as a Fusion it would be a 5/5 for all formats, but its actual usefulness is near non-existent, so it should really get a 1/5.


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