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

Jester Confit
#ANPR-EN009 

You can Special Summon this card from your hand in face-up Attack Position. If you do, return this card and 1 face-up monster your opponent controls to the hand during the End Phase of your opponent's next turn. You can only control 1 face-up "Jester Confit".

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.00
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 - 10.01.09

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Dark Paladin
Thursday

All right, this will be more interesting than my actual review, as this card isn't much better than yesterday. Anyway, I didn't know what a "Confit" was, so I looked it up. For those who don't know, "Confit" is a type of food, usually a meat (duck, goose, etc) specifically cooked to preserve flavor(s) and itself. So, is this guy supposed to be a piece of meat? I think not, maybe a chef with the strange hat? We might be getting closer.

Now, here, we have another 0 attack and defense monster, who can return himself (and one monster your opponent controls) to your respective hands during the End Phase of your opponent's turn (next turn, that is) and only if you Special Summon this car in face-up Attack position.
Also, you can only control one of these face-up. It's not really worthwhile, and I wouldn't play this either...but it IS slightly better than yesterday.

Ratings:

1.25/5 both formats
Art: 2.5/5
General Zorpa Jester Confit

In French Confit means crystallized, or at least that' swhat babbel fish says. Anyway, the card is a level 1 DARK Spellcaster with 0 ATK and 0 DEF. Sound familiar? Yeah. Yesterday's Jester did not turn out so great. This guy is not even better in the stats department. Fortunately, stats are not the only thing this guy has going for it. The effect is what you really want.

The effect is that you can Special Summon it in attack position. This is the more relevant effect, as you will likely use this as the last star for a Synchro Summon or as a Tribute for a Monarch. There are very few monsters that can Special Summon themselves, without a condition existing on the field. Gilasaurus was one of the better ones. Anyway, typically this littl eguy will be used as Monarch fodder.

The second effect is less relevant, but helps to get rid of a big Synchro monster if that is all you have. You can return him and one othe rmonster your opponent controls to the hand during the End Phase of your opponent's next turn. If it was your turn, this card would be limited, as it will get rid of any big and hard to get to the field monster that there is and even slow down an opponent so much that they give up out of frustration.

As it is, this is a solid little card. It will not be winning games for you, but will usually do enough to set up for other cards to go ahead and win you the game.

Traditional-1/5
Advanced-3.5/5

N o V a
Wednesday's Card of the Day is our other jester friend, Jester Confit. Unlike its counterpart, Jester Confit is much better. Without any draw back, Jester Confit can be special summoned to the field in attack position. Now the rest of his effect isn't so important since Jester Confit more than likely wouldn't last till the end of your opponents end phase. Being able to special summon itself however, it adds a free level for Synchro Summoning, as well as provides free tribute fodder for Monarch players and so on. If Crush Card was still around too, it'd be an excellent target for Crush Card. You can also add it back to your hand with Recurring Nightmare if you use more monsters than just Jester Confit with 0 defense that are DARK attributed. I can see Monarch players using this card, but not many other decks using it.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 2.5/5
Freeza Jester Confit ...

This card does 2 things, but does only 1 perfectly. Like yesterday's card - 0 ATK & DEF - making it searchable by virtually any means imaginable. It's Dark attribute rocks at this point without anyone who plays the game needing an explanation as to why. But what makes Jester Confit a great card? - It's very 1st sentence, and only that. You can basically skip the 2nd line after, as its completely a waste.

Special summon this monster from your hand. What more could u want? Doesn't need to be during any particular phase. Doesnt matter what else u have on the field. Monsters ... Traps ... what your Opponent is controlling or not ... Don't have to remove anything from play to do it ... Just special summon him. He's weak, but it doesnt matter. U aren't special summoning him to fight with him. U do it to tribute him, no muss, no fuss, for what u REALLY want on the field, without having to wait a turn to do it. A Monarch, quite often. Or creature swap him, and then do your REAL summon. Whatever. This very simple ability is quite close to incredible, and I think JC is gonna turn out to be the hidden gem of Ancient Sanctuary. If they didn't have the last line ("you can only control 1 face up Jester Confit") - this card would be beyond rediculous of what it could do. Regardless ... I'm anticiapting him as a new addition to the Limited list soon enough.

Traditional: 3.5/5
Advanced: 4.5/5

- FREEZA
 

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