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

Cyber Shark

Card Number - #TDGS-EN086

If you control a WATER monster, you can Normal Summon this card without Tributing.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.00
Advanced: 1.50

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


Date Reviewed - 08.25.08

 
General Zorpa Cyber Shark
 
Well, it's no Grandmaster. Like both Cyber Dragon and Grandmaster of the Six Samurai before it, this card has 2100 ATK and can be summoned easily. However, it needs your normal summon instead of  a Special Summon, and you have to have a WATER monster already in order to play it. it is a Fish, so it gets a boost from all of the fish stuff that has been introduced in the TDGS set. I really do think that they are trying to make the Fish deck playable, but giving it more meh cards will not do it. They need one shining card to lead the way, like Il Blud and Darius did for Zombies and Gladiators.
 
This is not that card. I would rather use my Normal Summon for a card like Cranium Fish, who devastates a turtling opponent. even though I love WATER monsters, I do not see a use fo rthis card other than looking extremely cool as a Secret Rare. Maybe UDE has some tricks up their sleeve with some more Fish themed TCG exclusive cards. Until we find out however, I simply like the art of this card. It does seem odd how Sharks are generally not good cards in this game though...
 
Traditional-1/5
Advanced-1.5/5

Jeff Lang
Cyber Shark
Water-Fish
Level 5
2100 atk 2000 def

If you control a WATER monster, you can Normal Summon this card without
Tributing.

Secret Rare


    Todayʼs card up for review today is Cyber Shark. This card has amazing art for one thing. The other part is, his effect is very bad. Why would I use money on this card, when Giga Gagagigo. So that alone makes this card really bad, plus its stats are pretty bad as well.

Trad: 1/5
Adv: 1/5

Dark Paladin

Monday

 

Well, this is going to be the best week of cards we have had in a while.  We are going to review some Secret Rares from the new upcoming set, The Duelist Genesis, and we start with Cyber Shark, who is, more or less, the Cyber Dragon for Water Decks.

 

Cyber Shark is a Level 5 Water monster, who happens to be a Fish with 2100 atk and 2000 def.  Furthermore, if you control a Water monster, you can Special Summon Cyber Shark without tributing for it.

 

It isn't really a bad card, but I don't see why you really need to use it, even if you are playing a competitve Water or A Legendary Ocean Deck, as there are all ready better cards available at your disposal for use.

 

Ratings:

 

Traditional:  1/5

 

Advanced:  2.25/5

 

Art:  3/5

Pwii

Cyber shark ROCKS! This thing is easily summonable with alo, and with giga gagogo (I'm probably getting it mixed up, so it's the 5 star water monster with 2550 attack.) and mobuis, it would be pretty good! I Think I'll make that deck...I hope.

5/5 all. in a water deck.


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