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

Elemental Hero Wildedge

 

Card Number - DP03-EN010

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.67
Advanced: 2.71

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


Date Reviewed - 05.17.0
7

 

Creator
OfThePoint
System
Thursday:
E-Hero Wildedge

I just don't see this guy being as useful as the designers intended.

A 2600 ATK Asura Priest can be useful, but if want to play an effect like Asura Priest, I'd just play the Asura in the first place. Wildedge can be good coming out through Miracle Fusion, and can help take back a field your opponent might have a couple of Monarchs on.

Being that most competitive decks involving E-Heroes either use them as part of an OTK (DDT), as tribute fodder (Perfect Circle), or as tech against the common trap lineup (Wildheart), I don't see this guy making a huge splash any time soon -- no disrepsect to the guy who actually Top 8'd a Regional with a full-blown E-Hero deck.

2/5

Dark Paladin
Thursday

Elemental Hero Wildedge...had they kept the trample that Bladedge has, this guy would have been about ten times better and worth playing.

However, attacking all of your opponent's monsters is good, but odds are, you won't be attacking more than one monster after you do that.
However, the optional effect is good, you may not always want to destroy everything your opponent has out.

Wildedge IS one of the better E-Hero fusions, but I don't like them, and this guy isn't involved in Diamond Dude Turbo.

Ratings:

2/5 even where it belongs, sorry E-Hero fans

Art: 4/5

You stay classy, Planet Earth :)

Ryoga
EHero Wildedge :
I've always thought this guy had wings. I know it isn't true, but have a glance at the card and see if you agree.

Ignoring the fusioness for a moment, a monster tht can clear the opponent's board is a nice sentiment. Who cares if your opponent just destroys it when it's already destroyed three monsters through battle? This sort of immediate bonus is alright. With the various methods to now summon him, he's an interesting part of the EHero arsenal. However, he does require Edgeman, which is a bit expensive for most decks.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 2.5/5

Share and enjoy,
Ryoga

Tebezu
EHERO wildedge
 
5/5
 
This will only be used in E-Hero decks.  Outside of Shining Flare Wingman this is the best E-Hero fusion.  The ability to mow through an opponents field with a big attacker ends games.  This is the reason you run miracle fusion.  High stats, cool picture, killer effect.  Makes me glad people ignore E-Hero's as a viable deck type.
Turkeyspit Elemental Hero Wildedge

Before Elemental Hero Stratos and Ocean came to North America, Wildheart was unanimously considered to be the best non-fusion Elemental Hero. He saw play in Ratbox, Warrior Toolbox, and Bazoo Return decks across the continent. It seems only fitting then, that one of his Fusion Monsters be among the best of the Elemental Hero lineup.

Just slightly less powerful then Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman / Shining Phoenix Enforcer, Elemental Hero Wildedge is a beast of a card. 2600 ATK kills pretty much everything except Dark Magician of Chaos, and his effect negates any advantage afforded by Scapegoat or Recruiter monsters. If Wildedge had the same immunity to Traps as Wildheart, then he would undoubtably be the most broken Elemental Hero Fusion monster ever made.

His only weakness though, is that he is a Fusion between Wildheart and Bladedge. Since no competitive Elemental Hero deck would main Wildedge, this necessitates the use of King of the Swamp or another Fusion substitute, which means that Wildedge cannot be summoned via Future Fusion. I suspect that if Future Fusion were ever unrestricted, E-Hero decks would then run the risk of main decking one Bladedge.

If you run Elemental Heroes with their Fusion Monsters, then this guy is an auto-include.

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Traditional:
1/5 - I keep giving 1/5's for this format. Boring!

Advanced:
4/5 - As a rule of thumb, E-Hero Fusions are non-competitive, but this guy is one of their best, and deserves the recognition therein.

Card Art:
4/5 - Look at that SWORD!!! Final Fantasy on Roids!

Lonely Wolf


Thursday, May 17th

Today we look at an E-hero fusion. Don’t expect it to be too long of a review.

EEN-EN035 Elemental Hero Wildedge
Warrior
EARTH/8 Stars
ATK 2600/DEF 2300
FUSION: “Elemental Hero Wildheart”+”Elemental Hero Bladedge”
This card cannot be Special Summoned except by Fusion Summon. This card can attack all monsters on your opponent’s side of the field once each

So, it’s a fusion with an Asura Priest effect. I wouldn’t bring out this fusion simply because I would rather play this fusion parts.

E-hero wildheart is a solid monster. Immune to all traps, and it works great with Rush Recklessly and Shrink.

E-hero bladedge is a two tribute monster, but it’s a 2600 attacker with trample. I’d rather hit a goat for 2600, then kill all the goats and not cause any real damage. You’ll notice that Wildedge is 2600 attack as well. You don’t gain any attack power.
I suppose if you have a Miracle Fusion sitting in your hand, and Wildedge is the only monster you can get out with the above monsters in your GRAVE, then I guess go ahead, otherwise no.

E-hero fusion based decks have never been competitive. And if they were, this one wouldn’t be my fusion of choice. Right now, people seem to play E-hero Stratos, Wildheart, and maybe Ocean, and that’s about it, plus some D-heros.

Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 2/5
Art: 3/5
BobDoily Thursday

Please, for the love of god, only bring him out with fusion subs and Wildheart.

Crappy Asura / 5

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