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

Megamorph

Equip Magic
If your Life Points are lower than your opponent's, the original ATK of a monster equipped with this card is doubled. If your Life Points are higher, the original ATK is halved.
MRL-061
Ultra Rare

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.87
Advanced: 3.00

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


Date Reviewed - 11.01.0
7

 

Creator
OfThePoint
System
Thursday:
Megamorph
 
Demise, how I miss you already...
 
Megamorph was limited to 1 to prevent massive one turn kills.  Demise one turn kill typically ran 2 copies of Metamorphosis (to turn Demise/Doom Dozer into Cyber Twin Dragon) and 3 of Megamorph (to make Doom Dozer into a 5600 ATK monster.)  With Metamorphosis gone, and Megamorph down to 1, the deck has to explore other options (tributing for Great Maju Garzett to double someone's ATK).
 
In Japan, Megamorph has been limited before.  When they initially got Cyber-Stein, and everyone was using that like it was abused here, Megamorph temporarily went to 1/deck until they figured out that there were viable anti-Stein defenses that made the deck lose (Kuriboh/Waboku/etc.)
 
UDE, moreso than Konami, tends to want to remove decks from the game that can win in one turn.  This is a move to do so.  Megamorph isn't good in many other situations barring trying to make a big push.
 
3.25/5

Dark Paladin
Thursday

Grr...Megamorph, a card that I'm sure has been used by all and used against by at least as many...the combos for Megamorph can be deadly.

Equipping something like that to double your attack just because your losing the duel, if only by a single lifepoint...evil. Attach to a Cyber Twin Dragon, Cyber End Dragon, Chimeratech, the possiblities are just evil, I kind of wish we would have reviewed this yesterday. I don't have a lot to say, but if you don't have the right monsters to use with this, it might be better as a side-deck card.

Ratings:

Traditional: 1.5/5
Traditional Side-deck: 2.5/5

Advanced: 2.75/5
Advanced Side-deck: 3.75/5

Art: 2/5 Boring

Lonely Wolf
November 1st, 2007

And today we look at a card that hasn’t seen play for a long time…since the banning everyone’s favorite card: Cyber Stein!

Megamorph is a powerful equipment spell. If you have less Life Points then your opponent, that monsters attack is doubled. If you have more life, the monster’s attack is halved. And in a Cyber Stein deck, getting below your opponent was all too easy!

But now, without Stein, this card isn’t what it used to be. There is no real offensive deck that pays lots of life to bring out a BIG monster in today’s format, other than maybe Diamond Dude Turbo which gets so many monsters out that your opponent is probably dead anyway.

So, until the day that Cyber Stein leaves the ban list, I wouldn’t expect this card to make any big appearances, unless there is something I don’t know….

Traditional: 2/5 (Stein is here, but there are better OTKs)
Advanced: 2/5
Art: 2/5
General Zorpa Megamorph
 
This is one of the few cards that can be used both offensively and defensively. You can equip your opponent's monsters to halve their attack, or to your own monster to double it. It is one of the OTK cards of choice for many decks as well as a decent control card. I happen to think that Shrink is slightly better, but this card is limited for a reason.
 
Traditional-2/5
Advanced-4/5

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