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

Big Bang Shot
Rare

Increase the ATK of a monster equipped with this card by 400 points. When the equipped monster attackes with an ATK that is higher than the DEF of a Defense Position monster, inflict the difference as Battle Damage to your opponent's Life Points. When this card is removed from the field, remove the equipped monster from play.

Type - Spell
Card Number - DR1-EN141

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.13
Advanced: 3.46

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


Date Reviewed - 01.19.0
7

 

ExMinion OfDarkness
Big Bang Shot

This card is by no means a big bang, instead going out with a whimper.

This card really only belongs in combo decks involving D. D. Survivors, lots of Trunades, and some way to get a one-turn kill. Survivor loves this as it makes it so the opponent can't use Heavy Storm without you getting Survivor back. Trunade loves this as you can equip it to an opponent's monster, Trunade to remove their monster from the game, and then put it on your monster if need be.

Otherwise, 400 ATK and trample typically isn't worth using a card on, especially if that card has any other negative effect.

3.5/5 in its combo deck, 1/5 everywhere else, for a 2.25 average.
 

Ryoga
Big Bang Shot

Flip summoning a Magician of Faith fetching this, equipping the Magician, and attacking through a Scapegoat counts as my all-time most entertaining win.

An extra 400 ATK is reasonable enough, pushing reasonable monsters into Cyber Dragon eating territory. Trample is also very useful in a control heavy meta (which is my use for this card). Yes, the equipped monster is liable to s/t destruction now, but it is likely to die by other means first anyway. I've quite like this card, but it can be hard to find a place for it in a deck.

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 3.5/5

Share and enjoy,
Ryoga
 

Tebezu
Big Bang Shot

3.4/5

This card works well with D.D. Survivor and is a great surprise tech for the inexperienced player unaware that they deal trample damage to themselves. But it is still a minus one outside of those situations. Despite that, losing to this card does really make you blush. We often forget about the importance of trample damage and using this on something like a cyber dragon to run over a goat shows us what that means.
 
Fact Man

The other reviewers were a little rough on Big Bang Shot. I love

this card and use it in all my decks due to it's

versatility.

 

Most equip cards only have one use, increase attack

power; this card does that, and so much more. First

off, it increases your attack by 400, that is not

much, but it will allow you to kill that pesky Zaborg

that just took out your searcher with your cyber

dragon while holding off theirs. It also provides

punch through which is great for killing goats, and

face down flip effect monsters which typically have

low defenses.

 

Secondly, It can also be used for monster removal, for

its second effect removes monsters from play when it

is destroyed or removed from the field. I love

equipping this to someones big beater and then Giant

Trunading it to oblivion. After doing this, I equip it

to my own beater for some serious punch through

damage. This removal effect is very easy to pull off

for most decks run both Giant Trunades, an MST, a

Heavy Storm, and Breaker, and some run several

Mobiuses and Dust Tornadoes. Just be careful not to

get your own monster removed.

 

Lastly if you equip this to your opponents monster

they will take the overflow damage when they attack

your defense monsters.

 

As you can see there are many combos with this card

and many people still underestimate its power.

 

4.5/5

 

Happy dueling
 


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