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

Thousand-Eyes Idol
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A wicked entity that controls the hearts of men, it's thousand eyes are able to see and expand the negative influences in an individual's soul.

Type - Spellcaster
Card Number - DB1-EN194

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1
Advanced: 1

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


Date Reviewed - 03.10.06

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Thousand-Eyes Idol

See? I told you we were saving the worst of all for Friday.

A 0/0 monster. 0-freaking-0. Okay, it's Thousand-Eyes Restrict's fusion material. But to be bluntly honest, has ANYONE actually summone Thousand-Eyes Restrict by a non-Metamorphosis method after Scientist was banned?

However, there is one nice thing about this card. It already has the scores I want to give it printed right on the card! (Okay, so I have to give it 1s because that's how our rating scale works.)

Join us next week, where we have cards that don't suck nearly as bad as these, and can be used to get a n00b's entire binder in trade!

1/5 all

Dawnyoshi
(continued from yesterday.)

These?

For those of you who haven’t checked, please read my reviews for the week starting with Monday and continuing to today.

This card, and this entire week, gets a 1 out of 5.

Advanced: 1/5
Traditional: 1/5


Otaku

Well, if you’re reading this, just know I have written CotDs for each card… I was just late with some.  So if you noticed my absence sometime this week, check again and I should have a review up.  Unless Pojo wants to mess with me. XD

 

The final card this week is Thousand-Eyes Idol.  This is a double whammy of no-no’s: first, it’s a 100% accurate show adaptation… from before they even remotely followed the rules.  This generally means for a Monster that its garbage.  This is no exception.  More over, it was part of a Fusion… a very nice Fusion, Thousand-Eyes Restrict.  Unfortunately, Thousand-Eyes Restrict was supposed to be one of those nearly invulnerable Monsters that should win you the game if it’s Summoned… and while it’s pretty great, it’s not that good, especially considering its other Fusion component is a good Monster, but a Ritual Monster.

 

They just should have given it an effect to make it worth running.  Nothing great, but something would have been nice.

 

Use a substitute.

 

Rating: 1/5


Dark Paladin
To close out the week, I'm looking at a Spellcaster support card that we currently don't have in the United States, Magician's Valkyria!

Magician's Valkyria
Level 4
Light/Spellcaster
1600 atk. 1800 def.

While this card is face up on the field, your opponent cannot select another Spellcaster as an attack target.

Ah, she creates a Maruading Captain type lock, but for Spellcasters, assuming you have two of course. Since Magician's Valkyria A would protect Magician's Valkyria B, anyone after that is also protected.

1600 attack is enough to take out Don Zaloog and your Elemental Searchers and such, so she isn't completely useless. 1800 defense is enough to hold off most things, minus Cyber Dragon, if only for a turn or so.

If you run a competitve Spellcaster deck, I would recommend running two for the potential lock, United States Release pending...

Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5
Traditional Spellcaster: 3.5/5

Advanced: 2.5/5
Advanced Spellcaster: 4/5

Art: 4.5/5 (She looks like a remake of DMG, just different color hair and different armor)

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
Tebezu Thousand-Eyes Idol

What a great monster, I am with Bob. Anybody who does not main deck 3 of these deserves to lose every game. Seriously, are there not better ways of pulling out TER. Relinquish is a ritual monster, who is pretty sweet. But the idea of fusing this with a ritual, I don't care how powerful he is, your going to lose.

Pegasus is an idiot, he has all the godly cards at his exposal, can make up cards just for himself, and this is what he uses..................................

Why would you ever play this??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

you know why you wouldn't??; because there are other monsters that do the job better. King of the Swamp for example.

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Bob Doily

Thousand-Eyes Idol

Ah so today is the last day of broken cards. And we are ending it with…… Thousand-Eyes Idol! A card so good that he has more uses than eyes!!!! Here is just  a list of some of them:

ˇ         Fusion material for the all powerful TER!!!!

ˇ         Can be morphed into the all powerful TER!!!!

ˇ         Dark, meaning it benefits chaos decks

ˇ         With 0 ATK you can use Creature Swap with this monster to inflict lots of damage to you’re opponent.

ˇ         Dark, meaning great for Strike Ninja

ˇ         It’s a vanilla so that means it can become immune to your opponent’s spells via Non-Spellcasting area

ˇ         Revive it in defense position with Soul Ressurection to protect your lp

ˇ         Use Triangle Power to increase his ATK

ˇ         Combine strength! By using Infernal Reckless Summoning and Delta Attacker you can quickly get a formidable attack force on your field to attack directly!!!

ˇ         With 0 ATK you’re opponent can’t use Megamorph to weaken him

ˇ         Find more for yourself!!!

Yes that was supposed to sound like those stupid tip cards….

Overall he’s strong, but to get the most out of him you’ll need to build a deck solely based on him. But it is worth it, no opponent would ever forget losing to you!

Traditional: 1000/5 (one for each eye)

Advanced:  1337/5


Otaku

Well, if you’re reading this, just know I have written CotDs for each card… I was just late with some.  So if you noticed my absence sometime this week, check again and I should have a review up.  Unless Pojo wants to mess with me. XD

 

The final card this week is Thousand-Eyes Idol.  This is a double whammy of no-no’s: first, it’s a 100% accurate show adaptation… from before they even remotely followed the rules.  This generally means for a Monster that its garbage.  This is no exception.  More over, it was part of a Fusion… a very nice Fusion, Thousand-Eyes Restrict.  Unfortunately, Thousand-Eyes Restrict was supposed to be one of those nearly invulnerable Monsters that should win you the game if it’s Summoned… and while it’s pretty great, it’s not that good, especially considering its other Fusion component is a good Monster, but a Ritual Monster.

 

They just should have given it an effect to make it worth running.  Nothing great, but something would have been nice.

 

Use a substitute.

 

Rating: 1/5
 


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