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

White-Horned Dragon
Rare - 2006 McDonald's Happy Meal Promo

When this card is Normal summoned or Special Summoned, select up to 5 Spell Cards from your opponent's Graveyard and remove them from play. Increase the ATK of tis card by 300 points for each card removed from play by this card's effect.

Type - Dragon/Effect Level 6
Card Number - MDP2-EN006

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.66
Advanced: 3.5

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


Date Reviewed - 01.09.0
7

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
White-Horned Dragon

Ahh, the money card of the McDonald's set. Too bad it wasn't a foil, or I would have scaled out like 20 already.

White-Horned Dragon is a great raw ATK tribute for the late game. Odds are, most opponents will have played around 5 Spells if you get past the first few turns. If you're actually able to remove 5 Spells when this guy's Summoned, he'll be at a whopping 3700 ATK for a single Tribute.

I'll tell you this though -- if you play it, I wouldn't play more than one. Your average opponent only has between 12-15 Spells in their whole deck, and if regular games don't even get to where a player's gone through half their deck, then this guy will only get his effect off to its fullest one time in a game.

It's good, but not tournament-breaking.

3/5
 

Dark Paladin
Today we look at a Rare from the McDonald's set, White Horned Dragon, a card some people have really wanted for a long time. For those of you who play a competitive Dragon deck, this may be a good tribute option for you.

White Horned Dragon is a Dark monster with 2200 attack points, which is a little lower than we traditionally see in a Tribute monster, but...you can remove up to five Magic cards from your opponent's Graveyard to give him 300 extra attack per card removed.

Now, the boost seems to be permanent, if it isn't I'm sure we will be told, eventually. That means your 2200 attack one tribute Dragon now has a ferocious 3700 attack points. Have fun tangling with that beast.

Obviously, White Horned Dragon is made to be used mid to late game where your opponent is going to have five Magic cards, but even removing one gives you 2500 attack which is enough to take out pesky Monarchs or Jinzo and such.

Ratings:

4/5 Dragon decks
3.5/5 elsewhere

Art: 5/5 Awesome

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)
 

Ryoga
White Horned Dragon:
Wow! It can be big!

As far as I can tell, the ATK bonus is permanent.
Hence, this is a mid-game god. Yes, it is able to be destroyed like anything else, but clearing your opponent's Graveyard was probably worth it. And every so often, you'll get a massive attack through, and that's what makes it worth it.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 3.5/5

Share and enjoy,
Ryoga
 

Tebezu
White Horned Dragon

4/5

I am biased, but the fact it shuts down a late game magician of faith while providing us with a 1 tribute/special summon monster with potentially more than 3000 attack makes me happy inside. Plus its picture is damn fine:)
 

DeathJester

White-Horned Dragon

 

White-Horned Dragon was originally released in Japan a while back. It has an impressive effect with good ATK and DEF. His effect activates when he is Normal Summoned or Special Summoned. That’s awesome.

 

His ATK power peaks at 3700. Even if the opponent has only 1 Spell card you still get a 2500 ATK monster on the field. That’s good. He’s like a Bazoo in a way, where you get to choose how powerful he gets. I like this card more and more every time I think about it.

 

Besides his obvious benefits he’s a Dark attribute which makes him perfect for Strike Ninja decks. Whether by Tribute summon or Special Summon via Premature Burial or Return from the Different Dimension he gets an ATK boost as long as there are Spells in your opponent’s Graveyard. You’re not foaming at the mouth yet? You better be.

 

Last Word:  This card rocks. 1-Tribute for a potential 3700 ATK? Nice. If you want to be negative about it, at the VERY least you get a 2500 ATK monster that kills Monarchs. Like this card yet?

 

Ratings:

 

Traditional: 4/5

Advanced: 5/5

 

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