This card is
treated as a Normal Monster while face-up on the
field or in the Graveyard. While this card is
face-up on the field, you can Normal Summon it to
have it be treated as an Effect Monster with this
● You can send 1 face-up Equip Card you control to
the Graveyard to destroy 1 card your opponent
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3 is average.
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Date Reviewed - 11.08.09
Evoc, for short … And a Gemini monster to end the
week (surprise, surprise …) … but a good one.
Evoc comes out the box with good stats, for the most
part. 1900 ATK is almost the best u can ask for a 4
star monster these days … ahhh … remember the good
old days when Gemini Elf was something of amazement?
Now? … lol … anyways, 1900 ATK on a 4 star body,
although Evoc’s DEF leaves a lot to be desired … But
that’s ok. He’s fire attribute … uhm … Ok. No harm
there. He’s a Warrior – always awesome. And he’s a
Gemini, as I’ve said.
Gemini’s have been getting a big push and support
lately, as u can tell from this week’s batch of
cards, plus stuff coming up in the new set, so Evoc
has a lot to play with. When u look at his effect
when 2nd summoned – u can see how extra awesome he
is. Chances are, to make the new generation of
Geminis work, u will be playing a lot more equip
cards that u are accustomed to. Evoc will love and
thank u for it since he can send something equipped
to the grave to destroy 1 card on the field. Spell,
trap, monster, set, face-up – whatever. He can pop
it. And the equip card doesn’t even have to be
equipped to HIM. U just have to control it. … Yeah,
there aint much more to say on that … It’s a great
effect. And there’s a lot more these days to make
the effect doable and reusable with minimal effort.
If u are playing Geminis outside of that boring (but
strong) Giga-crap deck, then I highly endorse Evoc
for County Legislature… and by that, I mean – play 2
or 3 of him.
N o V a
Its Friday and we look
at possibly the best Gemini monster in the game, or
at least is up there with Gigaplant, Blazewing and
etc. Evocator Chevalier is one heck of a good card.
Solid 1900 attack, low defense and when it has its
effect, you can send a face-up equip spell you
control to the graveyard to destroy a card your
opponent controls. You can do this multiple times in
a turn. Its quite a shame though, imagine if this
effect destroyed and sent to the graveyard instead
of just sent. Why do I say this you ask? Butterfly
Dagger - Elma needs to be destroyed and sent to the
graveyard for its other effect to work. If Dagger
worked with Evocator, you could wipe out a players
entire field in one turn. However it doesn't work
that way. Now there is something nearly as good.
Divine Sword - Phoenix Blade can be put back in your
hand by removing 2 Warriors from play. Say you have
a graveyard full of Warriors, enough to destroy your
opponents whole field, and add Phoenix Blade to your
hand over and over, now you play your face down
Return from the Different Dimension. Well this isn't
completely likely but it is possible, probably more
so in a Magical Merchant based gemini deck with a
bunch of warriors. Either way this monsters effect
is pretty kick butt and if played right, well it
could probably decide the match for you.
Xu, Lightsworn Sage
Here we have Evocator Chevalier, Today's Card of the
This card is treated as a Normal Monster while
face-up on the field or in the Graveyard. While this
card is face-up on the field, you can Normal Summon
it to have it be treated as an Effect Monster with
● You can send 1 face-up Equip Card you
control to the Graveyard to destroy 1 card your
Here’s the other super from the new structure deck,
Mr. Chevy. Even though this card’s name is
ridiculously bad, his effect and stats are overall
pretty good. He gets points for being a warrior and
being a 1900 which is a big bonus. Being fire is
meh, but hey not everything can be dark and light.
His effect is solid and if you are running equips,
which warriors like to, can be a big boost. For each
equip you can pop a card on the field, this happens
of course after he has been Gemini summoned. With
supervise this can create great advantage since you
can gain his effect and after supervise is removed
to destroy something you get a Gemini out. This card
can be useable, but it’s too bad Gemini monster are
so dependent on supervise. In a deck without
supervise this card is really no better than your
Traditional 2/5, Advanced casual 2/5, Advanced
Art: Solid artwork on this card, Fire nation
Evocator Chevalier, a
1900 warrior beatstick and a gemini. Solid stats and
a good card for any deck that runs equip spells. It
acts like a snipe hunter where when you send a face
up equip spell from your field to the grave you can
blow up any card on the field. A solid addition to
any deck based around equips.
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