When you Ritual Summon a Ritual Monster, you can remove from play this card from your Graveyard as 1 of the monsters required for the Ritual Summon. If the monster Ritual Summoned using this card destroys a monster by battle, the controller of the Ritual Monster draws 1 card.
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Date Reviewed - 12.09.09
Djinn, Presider of Rituals, similar to yesterdays
card. Today we have a Level 4 Dark attributed Fiend
with 1800 attack and 1400 defense, who can also be
removed from the Graveyard to count toward a Ritual
Now, the bonus for your Ritual today using this
card is that when the Ritual monster destroys a
monster, you get to Draw a card. Not bad, but it's
not quite as powerful as yesterday's card. It
doesn't really add a bonus or incentive strong
enough to warrant playing.
N o V a
Djinn Presider of Rituals. Not as good as
Releaser of Rituals. But has a solid attack and an
ok defense. 1800 attack, 1400 defense. When its used
as a ritual material(like Releaser of Rituals), the
monster ritual summoned allows you to draw 1 card
every time it destroys a monster in battle. This is
an ok effect but somehow I doubt it'd really benefit
a ritual deck all that much. Both of the Djinn
monsters are dark attributed, and there are plenty
of other dark ritual monsters. Allure of Darkness
can be the main draw card for your ritual deck
assuming its mostly dark monsters. As I said before,
Presider is not as good as Releaser.
Djinn Presider of Rituals:
card is not quite as good as the Releaser
(yesterday's card). While it does have
an up-to-par 1800 atk, and it is a level 4/dark, the
draw effect it adds to the ritual monster is
infinitely inferior to the anti-summoning effect of
the Releaser. Obviously these two were
released to work together for Northwemko (level 7,
how convenient), but they add power to any ritual
deck to be sure. Sorry so short but I feel I
covered most of what these cards are about with the
Djinn Presider of Rituals …
The brother companion of yesterday’s card, and
I’d say ALMOST as good … A Dark Fiend, like his
sister, Djinn POR can also be removed from the
graveyard for the purpose of Ritual Summons. And
when he is used for this, the Ritual monster gains
an effect. This time – whenever the Ritual monster
destroys a monster in battle – u get to draw a card.
Drawing cards outside your draw phase is an
excellent thing. Almost every Yu-gi-oh player wants
this happening in one form or another … either for
yourself to speed up access to your resources, or
for your opponent to push them to deck out … Either
way – drawing is key in Yu-gi-oh. And when the
effect is attached to a monster, it is even better.
It’s why a relatively weak tribute monster like
Airknight Parshath was so popular in his day. So
although Djinn ROR’s (yesterday’s card) effect of
cancelling an opponent’s special summon may be
slightly better, Djinn POR’s effect is pretty good
Also, Djinn POR has arguably better stats than
ROR … Depending on how u look at it. The Presider
has 4 stars and a muscular 1800 ATK, so it is well
capable of being battle useful before ever even
getting to its effect. Should it then be destroyed
and sent to the graveyard? – No biggie. U still get
mileage out of him when the time is right. The
argument for the Releaser having better stats is
that she is much more searchable, so easier to get
to the field without necessarily having to be drawn
and then normal summoned.
So yeah – this card is just about as good as
yesterdays … Giving a lot of strong support to a
Ritual based deck … a deck that ain’t great … but
definitely benefits from said support.
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