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

Destiny Draw

 

Card Number - DP05-EN020

Card Ratings
Traditional: 4.00
Advanced: 4.60

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


Date Reviewed - 04.13.0
7

 

Dark Paladin
Friday

Closing out the week, we look at Destiny Draw, a card that is the heart and soul of a Diamon Dude Turbo Deck. The effect is incredibly simple, you discard a D-Hero, and draw two cards. A two for two for D-Heroes.
Destiny Hero Malicious perhaps?

Not much else to say about this card. Obviously a Draw Staple in D-Hero and very abusable in Diamond Dude Turbo. Play it in the decks it belongs, and no where else.

Ratings:

5/5 D-Hero/Diamond Dude Turbo
1/5 Elsewhere

Art: 2/5

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)

Ryoga
Destiny Draw :
Admire the card masher in action on this shiny shiny card.

Like most of the ultras in the duelist packs, this is a reasonable card given far too much rarity. Drawing cards is always good, and discarding a monster isn't too much to ask. By making it a Destiny Hero, it provides balanced support to a deck that could use some support, but I don't know how much use this will be. Often when you need the cards, your hand will already be empty, so this might be off the mark, but their heart is in the right place.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3/5

Share and enjoy,
Ryoga

Tebezu
Destiny Draw

Diamond Dude makes this thing into a pot of greed. Malicious makes this thing into a pot of greed. The fact DDT has multiple ways to utilize this card for plus advantage is one of the many reasons the deck type is playable. Outside of a deck with proper support this is a waste of time but then you;d not be playing DDT.


4.5/5

One of the best forms of draw power ever made. I especially admire people who use it with malicious in monarch decks.

DeathJester

Destiny Draw

 

 

This card needs no introduction of course. The new generation ‘Pot of Greed’. This card is not bad at all.

 

Extremely easy to use with any number of Destiny Heroes, but most commonly used in Diamond Dude Turbo.

 

In testing I’ve made decks that splash Destiny Draw with some Destiny Heroes and they work well. Destiny Hero monsters work well in other decks. The added draw power is a HUGE plus to the speed of any deck. The only problem is fitting those Destiny monsters into your deck.

 

Other than that, I’ll take 2 cards any day. How many people think this is how Pot of Greed should have been made?

 

Last Word: Destiny Draw is an extremely good card with such a minimal cost it’s almost unnecessary to print it on the card anyway. They had to make it “fair” for us. ^_^

 

Ratings:

 

Traditional: 4/5

Advanced: 5/5

 

Lonely Wolf
April 13th

It’s Friday the 13th!!!! Anyone around here superstitious?

DESTINY DRAW
[Spell Card]
Discard 1 "Destiny Hero" card. Draw 2 cards.

Well, here’s an expensive card. Very simple to understand. Discard a destiny hero, draw 2. A 2 for 2. Obviously, this card belongs in a Destiny Hero deck. It’s especially effective in the Diamond Dude Turbo deck. It’s simply amazing how fast the deck works. It can easily get around this card being a 2 for 2. You can discard malicious, draw 2 cards, special summon another malicious. You can discard Dasher, and later on draw a DMoC and get to special summon it, and get back Destiny Draw or something else of value, or, if you need to, you can discard Diamond Dude. And, of course, Draw can get revealed by Diamond Dude’s effect, too. Then you get to draw 2 cards for free.

Not much else to say here, if you run Destiny Heros in your deck, and you have this card, then play it. Otherwise, don’t.

Traditional: 3.5/5 (D-Hero only, DDT could possibly work well here)
Advanced: 5/5 (D-Hero Only)
Art: 2/5
BobDoily Friday

Well to conclude the week we are looking at another solid support card in Destiny Draw. Now regardless of my bias against e-heros and d-heros I have to admit that they’ve finally been getting solid support that actually allows them to have some form of a competitive deck. The case in point would of course be the DDT. Even with a decline in popularity it’s still an example of a competitive d-hero deck.

Destiny Draw is a prime example of solid, theme specific support. I have no qualms with that and encourage using it in the right place. Needless to say ratings are quite useless thanks to this, since outside of a d-hero deck it is useless.

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