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

Limit Reverse

LODT-EN063
[Continuous Trap Card]
Select 1 monster with 1000 or less ATK from your Graveyard, and Special Summon it in Attack Position. If that monster is changed to Defense Position, destroy it and this card. When this card is removed from the field, destroy that monster. When that monster is destroyed, destroy this card.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.00
Advanced: 3.10

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


Date Reviewed - 08.18.08

 

Dark Paladin

Monday

 

Limit Reverse opens up our week, a fairly interesting Trap card, that isn't the most useful of cards.  It's like Call of the Haunted, except very watered down, and only for incredibly weak attack monsters.

 

Meaning?  It means that the monster chosen is Special Summoned in attack mode but must have 1000 or less attack.  Now, don't get me wrong, there are monsters that fit that category that actually could be useful.

 

However, there are a few downsides.  The biggest being, this is a Continuous Trap card, and we don't need to go over and how and why that is bad again in this Format.  If that isn't enough, if the monster is switched into Defense position, this card and the monster are destroyed.

 

Ratings:

 

Traditional:  1/5  Less than useless here.

 

Advanced:    2/5  Maybe a tad high, but it isn't completely useless

here.

 

Art:  3/5  Swordsman of Landstar...*sigh*

 

David "BobDole" Hoffman

Limit Reverse

 

 It's been too long since I took up the hypothetical pen and paper of the CotD crew.

 

 Limit Reverse is a trap that as of late, I have come to adore. Being a continuous trap isn't really good or bad nowadays, though when it's a Call of the Haunted like effect, it's certainly worthwhile.

 

 Only targeting 1000 and under monsters is a tremendous downfall at first. Then you realize that Disk Commander falls into that category, along with Fear Monger, Sangan, Phantom of Chaos and a variety of other monsters that can gain quite a significant advantage.  What I love is that it's chainable to Heavy Storm and MST, so just like Call of the Haunted it can be abused with Sangan and Disk Commander to no end. The big difference is that you can run multiples of LReverse - making for a rather fast paced build as long as you can dump something in the Grave.

 

 It's not something that should be run in triplicate unless you're running quite a few monsters that fall into it's range. I personally aim for two copies in most decks that feature Disk Commander and Sangan. It's just completely worth the potential dead draw to me (since there are so many ways to get Disk Commander regardless).

 

 Traditional: 3/5 Though Call is still here, this is stilla  fantastic means by which to end games.
 Advanced: 3.5/5 With the minimal amount of recursion currently available, this is certainly worthwhile.

 

 Bob Dole
General Zorpa

Limit Reverse
 
I am going to be brief in this review. We already looked at this little bag of tricks already, so I am only going to go over what has arisen that could make this card see play. The reason is that Tuner monsters have finally been released. This is huge for Limit Reverse, as combined with Junk Synchron and all of the other little tuners, you can get a swarm of little guys to the field rather quickly and then Synchro Summon better cards.
 
I am only familiar with the cards from the new starter deck, so I have to limit my comments to them. Magna Drago and Junk Synchron cannot be used with this card, but Frequency Magician and Sonic Chick can, and since they have great synergy with Synchron and other cards from TDGS that I am less familiar with, at least in the early stages of Synchro decks, this one could be a solid pick.
 
Traditional-1/5
Advanced-4/5


Jeff Lang
LODT-EN063
Limit Reverse
[Continuous Trap Card]
Select 1 monster with 1000 or less ATK from your Graveyard, and Special
Summon it in Attack Position. If that monster is changed to Defense
Position, destroy it and this card. When this card is removed from the
field, destroy that monster. When that monster is destroyed, destroy this
card.
00027551
Common

    Todayʼs card up for review is Limit Reverse. This card is pretty decent as you can clearly see. You can grab Card Trooper, Sangan, Disk Commander, plus many more from your graveyard. This card becomes even better if your opponent tries to kill this card while face down, then you get some nice advantage off of the monsters that I mentioned above.

    I see a few problems with this card right now though. Everyone is using D.D Crow right now, and The Transmigration Prophesy is on the rise in play. This being said, this card will get negated often times. Another thing would be the main target for this card hitting the banlist coming up next week. I am talking about Disk Commander. It is devastating to get to use  Reverse on it for big advantage. I suggest to not play this card, there are better options out there

Trad: 2/5
Adv: 2.5/5
Pwii

Limit reverse is interesting. Very interesting. A competitive deck could be made out of this with destinys like disc commander, sangan, maybe monarchs. This thing has potential. I just might make a deck out of it later.

4/5 all. Very potentialish

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