Okha, and his big Bro are other cards we’ve reviewed
FAIRLY recently, and this one in particular was all
set to overtake Cyber Dragon. Well, it didn’t.
Right now , in a world where attributes no longer
matter, Ohka can’t really finds its place. It’s
fairly good too, a 2400 that is essentially free,
that’ll die at the end of the turn. Combo this with
a Cyber Dragon, and essentially you can take over
half their lp in one hit, then still be stuck with a
Cyber Dragon for defense. THEN combo that with
Waboku, JUST in case. Sweet huh?
In the right deck, Okha’s a beast, but it can’t be
used willy - nilly, some strategy is required. Think
about how you use it, and you’re sorted, just
suiciding into a Jinzo can make it worthwhile.
All in all, Okha’s a stable card, that could make a
huge difference when it counts, I mean the combo
potential’s enormous. Just think about the heavy
hits with Enemy controller !
Traditional ; 3/5
Advanced ; 4/5
Art ; 3/5 Very cool
MPS : 4/5 Very sweet
Majestic Mech - Ohka
Tough break, Ohka. You were good until September.
Ohka was okay, but really not something I'd build a
deck around. I don't see myself running Skill Drain
just to get a 2400 ATK monster out without incurring
some negative effect. (Although this card would work
well in Skill Drain, it's just not a Tier 1 deck.)
The one big thing this DID have going for it,
besides trading off for a Monarch, was that it was a
Light to be removed for the now-banned Chaos
Sorcerer. Without that immediate free source of
removal, there's not nearly as much of a reason to
play a monster you know is going to die at the end
of the turn.
I can think of a lot better monsters with 2400 ATK,
and several better ways to destroy one opposing
monster, using one card, that doesn't take up your
Summon for the turn (or a couple that do, but combo
with Last Will.)
Majestic Mech Okha:
I never really thought of Fairies as berserkers.
They seemed more reliable and less prone to
A 2400 for one turn without tribute ain't that bad,
really. An opponent would be unlikely to Sakuretsu
this, merely because it will blow itself up. Thus,
it's a 1-4-1 in a way. Works a bit better with
Cannon Soldier/Tribute-related costs. Works
wonderfully with Last Will (which is now good, if
you hadn't noticed.
Oh, Mr. Mirror Force has just gone off? Oh, dang.
Well, meet Mr. Spirit Reaper).
Share and enjoy,
Majestic Mech Okha
I kinda like this monster and kinda don't. It pays
for itself, can be swapped, and takes a huge chunk
of LP away with a direct hit. But overall this
monster needs to stay in either the light decks or
skill drain decks. Sadly, I just don't like it
A decent monster but nothing worth wasting a
sakuretsu armor on (unless it is game)
Majestic Mech Okha
Today we look at another card I like Majestic Mech
Okha. A very big light type that can pummel a ton of
This card can work dreams, normal summon, attack
monster and kill it and swap it over, gain monster
and it dies at end. Very easy combo. It can go
toe-to-toe with Monarchs, kill Cyber Dragons, Jinzo,
and much more and can easily turn a game around to
your direction. These werent played much last
format, dont know why but maybe this format they can
be a good solution to Monarchs(if they get heavily
It being light would have worked with Sorcerer, but
guess no one got the clue. I know 1 person that did
well with them though, and even came close to
Top8ing with them at a SJC. I unno, test it out
Majestic Mech – Ohka
I was just thinking about this card the other day. I
think he’s a great choice for Aggro players looking
for cheap solutions to major threats like Cyber
Dragon, Dark World monsters, and most notably some
He’s a Light (somewhat irrelevant now), 6-star, 2400
ATK Fairy-type monster. He has good synergy with the
popular Freed-Return deck. In that deck he functions
as beatstick and as Graveyard food for Freed the
Like I said, he’s excellent for Aggro. 2400 ATK is
massive for a “4-star” monster. His ability makes
him extremely annoying. It almost seems like a waste
to use any kind of removal when he attacks since
he’ll send himself to the grave during the End Phase
anyway. He places some pressure on the opponent to
fall into a “damned it I do, damned if I don’t”
situation. I love that.
Heck, he’s even good Creature Swap bait. It’s like
swapping a Spirit monster except this one goes to
the Graveyard. I know Shane Scurry tried this last
format. Didn’t seem to work for him, but it’s
definitely a possibility. I would swap him I didn’t
feel safe about my opponent’s backfield while
thinking about attacking into a Monarch.
Last Word: I like Ohka. He’s huge monster with a
not-so-bad drawback. He does what he does and then
leaves the field. You can even resolve Last Will
during the End Phase that he goes to the Graveyard
if you’re worried about field presence.
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