you Tribute Summon this card by Tributing 1 of the
following monsters, this card gets the appropriate
Green Gaget: This card gains 300 ATK.
Red Gadget: If this card successfully attacks your
opponent directly, inflict 500 damage to your
Yellow Gadget: If this card destroys your opponent's
monster by battle, inflict 700 damage to your
Type - Machine/Effect -
Card Number -
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 02.14.07
Please see Monday's review. This card works in
almost the same way, though trample is better than
ATK boosts. OK, it only needs one tribute, but it
still isn't that useful.
Share and enjoy,
Ancient Gear Gadjiltron Chimera
Unlike the other cotd's this week this monster
provides us low stats and multiple lackluster
A cool picture, but that alone does not merit play
when Mobius, Zaborg, White-Horned Dragon, Vampire
Lord, Airknight Parasath, (etc.)
do something game altering for that tribute.
Well, I for one like this card. It's a neat little
tool for Ratbox and Earth aggro, and gives Ancient
Gears synergy with Ancient Gear Drill, like we saw
in Shonen Jump Orlando, to get out the combo pieces
of Chimeratech Over Dragon. It works with all
Ancient Gear Support, and is great against Gadgets.
Overall, a cool card and a bit of more support for
Happy Valentine’s Day to all. Now, you would think
we’d review something cute, and cuddly. Just to go
with the holiday. Maybe Winged Kuriboh….or
Mokey-Mokey….but instead we look at a card that I
wouldn’t exactly put in the “cute and cuddly”
ANCIENT GEAR GADJILTRON CHIMERA
If you Tribute Summon this card by Tributing 1 of
the following monsters, this card gets the
•Green Gadget: This card gains 300 ATK.
•Red Gadget: If this card successfully attacks your
opponent directly, inflict 500 damage to the
•Yellow Gadget: If this card destroys your
opponent's monster by battle, inflict 700 damage to
This card is similar to Gadjiltron Dragon. Except
its only got 2300 attack and it’s only a one
tribute, and there is a slight effect change.
To start things off, it’s a Machine, so it again
combos with Limiter Removal. 2300 attack for a
one-tribute monster isn’t all that bad. Sure, its
100 points shy of monarch status, but they try to
justify the slight lack of attack power again with
the effect. And 1300 Defense is a little low, but at
least it can’t be killed by Tsukuyomi, if it ever
came off the Banned List.
On to the effect. This card is lacking the effect
that all the other ancient gears are given. That
nifty ability at stopping the opponent from
activating spell and traps once it declares an
attack. Without that effect, I find it hard to
justify playing this card. Anyway, this card, like
its Dragon brother, gets effects when a Gadget is
tributed. Red and Yellow give it an almost identical
effect that the Dragon got, except it’s 100 points
more. Still not worth. If you tribute a Green
Gadget, however, this card gets 300 more attack
power. 2600 attack is pretty good. Kills monarchs,
and basically everything else. If you can manage to
keep it protected, then it can be very destructive,
but without the ability its ancient gear brethren
receive, it might have a hard time surviving.
So, it’s easier to bring out than its Dragon
brother, but doesn’t have quite as good of an effect
or attack. Which one is better? I’d say it’s a toss
up. Try them both, see what works for you. But,
again, both of these belong solely in an all out
Machine Gadget deck.
Traditional: 1/5 (Not dark, not light, tributes=bad,
Advanced: 3/5 (In a Machine Gadget deck)
like Monday's review, but bad.
It can't pierce, it isn't self-protecting and it has
poor stats for a level 6 monster, as monarchs will
You could do as I suggested on Monday and Ultimate
offering into the effects, but you really wouldn't
want to. The cost – benefit payoff is way too
sqwiffed in the cost department.
If you play machines, don't play this. If you play
gadgets, don't play this. If you want to splash a
card, don't splash this.
Machine – 1
Traditional – 1
Advanced – 1
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