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

Light End Dragon

1 Tuner + 1 or more Non-Tuner LIGHT monster When you declare an attack, you can activate this card's effect. If you do, this card loses 500 ATK and DEF (permanently), and the monster it is battling loses 1500 ATK and DEF until the End Phase.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.50
Advanced: 3.00 

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


Date Reviewed - 05.15.09

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Dark Paladin
Friday

Light End Dragon, a very awesomely drawn card, who is a Level 8 Synchro monster, and a Dragon, of the Light attribute, (who knew), with 2600 attack (not terrible, but still a little low) and 2100 defense (same
comment) and is Synchro Summoned by one Tuner and one or more non-Tuner Light attribute monsters.

Again, who saw that coming. As for Light End Dragon, when you attack, you can activate his effect. If you do, this card permanently loses 500 attack and defense, and the monster it is battling loses 1500 attack and defense until the End Phase. Simply incredible.

After using the effect once, you're looking at 2100 attack, which can still hold some power, and even 1600 isn't terrible if you get to use the effect twice. After all, a 1500 attack (and defense) loss is ridiculously huge, and should allow you to destroy anything. Expect to see Light End Dragon for a wihle...

Ratings:

Traditional: 3.5/5

Advanced: 4.5/5

Art: 5/5 Amazing, brilliant, beautiful...
General Zorpa Light End Dragon

This is a short review as my class is in 10 minutes! Anyway, Light end Dragon is the worse of the two End Dragons but he is still great. You lose 500 ATK on him to lower an opposing monster by 1500 ATK and DEF. He does need a LIGHT non-Tuner which makes him harder to Summon, but in Lightsworn that is not a problem.

It does start off with 2600 ATK, which is not the best. It can be tricky for a while, but I think that Stardust is a better Synchro Investment.

Traditional-1/5
Advanced-2/5

Jeff Lang
Light End Dragon
Attrib: Light
Type: Dragon/Synchro/Effect/Fusion
Level:8
Icon:2600
Atk: 2100
Def: 1 Tuner + 1 or more Non-Tuner LIGHT monster When you declare an attack, you can activate this card's effect. If you do, this card loses 500 ATK and DEF (permanently), and the monster it is battling loses 1500 ATK and DEF until the End Phase.

    Today’s card up for review is Light End Dragon. I really like this card! As long as you are using Light type monsters in your deck, I see no reason why not to use this. It doesn’t have a groundbreaking effect, but its solid nonetheless, and can probably help you in winning a game/duel. It’s effect actually makes the difference 1,000 attack total in a battle if you think about it, but that amount can let Light End run a lot of big guys over! If you even wanted to, you could flip Light End over if he get’s low in attack power with Book Of Moon, and continue to dominate. I see no reason not to use him if you are using Light monsters in your deck, and I see him as staple!

Trad: 3/5
Adv: 3.5/5

Freeza
Light End Dragon ...

Well there isnt a WHOLE lot to this guy, but he's KINDA cool ...

I'd say he could be the go-to Synchro for Lightsworn decks that want to stay strictly with the light theme ... He's light ... obviously ... 2600 ATK ... fair enough, as he's stronger than Stardust who is also 8 stars, but not on the level of Red Archfiend ... However, he doesn't have to be cuz by sacrificing 500 ATK points, u drain your opponent on 1500 ATK off their monster. Is that good? Heck yeah!
That means LED can pretty much run over anything he wants ... but like Chuck Norris said in Sidekicks - "You're only gonna see it once!" cuz LED's decrease stays permanent, so he will now be at 2100 ATK. There's a good chance your opponent will have an answer to him at this point.

I like LED, but i like him more for late game. Your opponent has got only 1000 Lifepoints or so left, and LED could be that last bit to finish it ... but that being said - if your opponent has got that little life left, you will probably grab your Dark Strike Fighter instead.

He's not a bad card by any means, but as far as utility, there are better things u could be making space for in your extra deck.

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 3/5

- FREEZA

N o V a
Well, its Friday. End of the week, hurray for those who hate school. Which I'd hope is everyone. Today we celebrate the end of the week with Light End Dragon, rather ironic I guess. End of the week, Light End Dragon. Yeah, anyways today is our new Shonen Jump Championship cards counter part, Light End Dragon, a beastly looking card that when you declare an attack, you can take 500 ATK and DEF from Light End Dragon to make the monster it battles lose 1500 ATK and DEF until the end of the turn.

Since you have to permanently take off the 500 ATK/DEF cost, you can only activate Light End Dragons effect four times, just like Light and Darkness Dragon. However bringing itself down while still dropping your opponents monster by 1500 ATK/DEF each time is rather nice eh? Well thanks to a card that we got in Raging Battle, Chaos-End Master, Lightsworns now have a Light-Attribute Tuner to help get out level eight Synchro monsters faster. Celestia, Lightsworn Angel and Chaos-End Master alone can get out Light End Dragon. Im sure that Lightsworn decks can also tech in Cyber Dragon for an additional Light monster, since Light End Dragon requires the non-Tuner to be Light attributed.

Anyway, the card is rather beastly and looks amazing but can't exactly fit into any deck.

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 2.5/5
Cataclismic Light End Dragon
2600/2100/Light/Dragon
1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner LIGHT monsters
When you declare an attack, you can activate this card's effect. If you do, this card loses 500 ATK and DEF (permanently), and the monster it is battling loses 1500 ATK and DEF until the End Phase.

I don't normally comment on a card's look, but frankly, this card looks freaking amazing. It's so shiny and Dragony and shiny some more, it's one of the most epic pieces of cardboard I've seen without Solid Snake hiding within it.

I'm sorry, this review might be a little biased if I continue looking at it. Give me two seconds.

...

That's better. I've stuck a picture of Paris Hilton over the top of the card, now I can get in proper GRRRR HATE AND PICK APART mode.

GRRRRR PARIS HOW I HATE THAT YOU HAVE TO BE SUMMONED WITH A LIGHT MONSTER MEANING THAT YOU ARE ONLY EVER GOING TO BE USED IN LIGHTSWORN USING GALES, OR IN MONARCHS TECHING PRIME MATERIAL DRAGON, OR LIGHT ZOMBIES

GRRRRR

GRRR

Grrrr

God-damn it. Look, I can think of nothing else that bad about this card. It's going to take out big nasty things, and it's a big enough thing itself. The problem is that there is simply better options. Stardust, Thought Ruler and Colossal are level 8, and I simply can't think of a reason, bar staring down at a Metal Reflect Slime or Barbaros, why you'd choose this over them. It's a great card, but there's simply better options.

Advanced 2.5/5
Traditional 2.5/5
 

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