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

Wulf, Lightsworn Beast

LODT-EN023
LIGHT
Level 4
ATK/2100 DEF/300
[Beast-Warrior/Effect]
This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. When this card is sent from your Deck to the Graveyard, Special Summon it.
58996430
Super Rare

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.00
Advanced:
4.50

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


Date Reviewed - 05.23.08

 

Dark Paladin

Friday

 

Wulf, Lightsworn Beast, is a Light monster who is a Level 4 Beast-Warrior with 2100 atk and 300 def.  Now, 2100 attack is a lot for a four star monster, a bit too much I would say.  However...this card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set.

 

However, this guy is a great beatstick for the Lightsworn player.  This card can be Special Summoned from the Graveyard when it is discarded from the Deck to the Graveyard...as you may have noticed, the Lightsworn monsters are very reliable in deck-dumping.

 

Furthermore, Wulf doesn't have a Deck discard ability (or any other effect besides previously mentioned.  It doesn't hurt to have one that doesn't force you to discard :)

 

Ratings:

 

Traditional:  2/5  Still not sure how well Lightsworn compete in Traditional.

 

Advanced:   4/5  Great for the Lightsworn Deck.

 

Art:  3.5/5


Creator
OfThePoint
System
Friday:
Wulf, Lightsworn Beast

This card is so incredibly broken for Lightsworns.  Now all of those mill effects the Lightsworns have get a chance at a free 2100 beatstick, but as most pros will tell you, that's only a chance, and you want to have more than a chance.

In that case, I have two words for you:  Foolish.  Burial.

Foolish Burial is now a heck of a lot more than a way to put Treeborn Frog in the Graveyard for your Monarch or LaDD deck, or to get Malicious into the Graveyard for a free monster that turn, or to force that Disk Commander in there for a Reborn, Premature, or Limit Reverse.  Now it turns into a viable monster.

This thing's going to set up some big turns for your Lightsworn deck even if you don't get Judgment Dragon out that turn.

5/5 for the theme.
General Zorpa Wulf, Lightsworn Beast 
 
Here we have the simplest Lightsworn and one of the best. Whenever he is sent to the graveyard from the deck, You Special Summon him. SInce every Lightsworn burns your deck off, this is great. You cannot normal summon him though, which is a big drawback if you draw him, but you can also dump and revive him with Lumina and Solar Recharge. His 2100 ATK is going to be something your opponent does not like to see. There is not that much left to say about this card, except that he also combos with Card Trooper, making him a good pick for a DARK/LIGHT hybrid chaos deck.
 
Traditional-1/5
Advanced-4/5
David "BobDole" Hoffman

Wulf, Lightsworn Beast

 

 Now of all the basic Lightsworn monsters, this is by far my favorite. His effect just meshes perfectly with the whole theme, and he boasts a lovely 2100 ATK along with it.

 

 He is a Light (obv), which gives him pretty decent support, though honestly light just isn't nearly as supported as Dark. He's a Beast-Warrior, which has a rather small amount of support. All in all, he receives an average amount of support outside of his Lightsworn name.

 Now obviously the biggest downfall of this guy is his inability to be normal summoned. This would normally put quite a damper on his playability, but considering the theme is merely destroys his splashability. Honestly, unless your meta contains nothing but mill decks, there's no reason to run this guy outside of a Lightsworn.

 

 Inside his deck, run in triplicate, as he's a lovely surprise when milling your deck via Judgment Dragon. The 2100 is certainly worth it. Just make sure to pack some Phoenix Wing's to chuck him incase of a bad opening hand.

 

 I can't really rate this guy according to the format since no one in their right mind is going to use him outside of a Lightsworn deck. Therefore, I'll merely rate Lightsworn according to how great it is in each format.

 

 Traditional: 4/5
 Advanced: 4.5/5

Pwii

Happy Friday! I finally dueled Yami pwii, and actually won this time! So you can rest safeish. Anyways, lightsworn beast is the card of the day.

     The name' s ironic becuase it's actually a beast-warrior monster instead of a beast monster. It ROCKS in a lightsworn deck, because all of them mill your deck. Unfortunatly, you sometimes draw it, but it's still good.

4.5/5 lightsworn all.

--pwii


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