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

Greenkappa
Common

FLIP: Select 2 face-down Spell or Trap Cards on the field and destroy them.

Type - Warrior/Effect
Card Number - DB2-EN103

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.3
Advanced: 2.88

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


Date Reviewed - 03.23.06

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Greenkappa

Here we have an often-overlooked card that can be just as effective as Mobius in certain situations and a good side deck choice against Burn.

Greenkappa is a weak little Flipper that destroys 2 F/D M/Ts. However, if they go face-up afterwards (like Gravity Bind or Royal Decree) they don't end up getting destroyed. Basically, that's about it. It's a nice way to clear out S/Ts against a potentially S/T heavy deck, giving you additional options besides your Mobius, Breaker, Heavy, Dusts, etc.

Plus, if comboed well (with Desert Sunlight maybe?) you could use him on the end phase when an opponent just set a bunch of cards in Main 2 to get them before they could be chained.

1/5 Traditional
2.5/5 Advanced for against Burn
 

Coin Flip
Greenkappa is another one I'm surprised didn't catch on. Good Warrior decks will adore this card because, once searched out, it will prevent the opponent from setting Spell/Traps as long as you have a f/d monster. They will misplay, misplay and misplay until you have complete and total advantage, and then you will win.

On top of that, it's an advantage gainer. When combined with Dark Coffin, the super tech of this format, it becomes even more powerful. Playing this right means you always get two of your opponent's cards. The only real downside to this card is its stats, because a good player will bypass the little problematic part of the card that REQUIRES 2 Spell or Traps be destroyed.

General: 3.3/5
Warrior: 3.9/5
 

Dark Paladin
So, we look at Greenkappa, a monster that destroys 2 Magic or Trap cards upon its being flipped summoned. I'd really only play this in my Clown Control, Weenie Rush, or maybe Stall deck, but you don't want me babbling on about this card, so I won't.

Ratings:

2.5/5 in the above mentioned decks.
1/5 elsewhere

Art: 4/5

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
 

Ryoga
Greenkappa:
If that picture shows a warrior, I'm the queen of sheba.

This card isn't actually bad, just impractical.
Destroying 2 s/t's with one card is good. However, the two cards must be face-down. Hence, this may be an interesting thing to put into warrior toolbox for tutorable s/t destruction, but don't side deck it against burn (not you'll be worrying about it for long).

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 3.5/5

Share and enjoy,
Ryoga
 

Dark Maltos

 

Greenkappa

Like a low level Morbius with slight restrictions. Overall, Greenkappa is not a bad card especially with Mirror Force back .

Since you MUST destroy 2 s/t then you may be forced to get your own, or even none at all if there is only one between you. Still, if the effect does pull of its very worthwhile.

Traditional : 2.5/5 S/t removal is always nice, and this is a great way past Imperial order.
Advanced ; 3.5/5 Not bad, at least its warrior.
Art : 3/5 Ok I guess…
MPS : 4/5 Worth a try.
 

Tebezu
Greenkappa

this monster is relatively over-looked. Honestly more people should have run this card. It pays for itself and generates advantage. Mystic swordsman hurts the card and nobleman does, but honestly I think it is worth a shot. And last format (the current one) more people should have used it. It kills sak, widespread, etc.

it is a solid warrior

2.8/5
 

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