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

Pot of Duality
#DREV-EN062 

Pay 2000 Life Points. Negate the Summon of a monster or the activation of a Spell Card, Trap Card, or Effect Monster's effect that would Special Summon a monster(s), and destroy it.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.75
Advanced: 4.25 

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


Date Reviewed - August 12, 2010

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Dark Paladin

Friday

Pot of Duality, another Draw Card, and I like this better than Pot of Avarice. You do show the opponent the top three cards of your Deck but get to add the card of your choice to your Deck. That's great for a starter.

Only being able to activate one of these a turn isn't a huge deal, although the not being able to Special Summon the turn you use this card does kinda suck. Anyway, the other two cards revealed during the effect of Duality return to the Deck, which is then shuffled. It's nice to have a non-specific themed Draw engine here.

Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5 No read need.
Advanced: 3.75/5
Art: 4/5


Freeza

Pot of Duality ...

This one is easy. U draw 3 cards, select the best of them, and put 2 of them back into your deck. The trade off is that u have to reveal the cards and that u cannot special summon on the turn that u do this. That's fine. This is still awesome. Don't believe me? - Go ahead and check the price of this on e-bay. Seriously. Take a look. I'm going to buy 5 of them .... just because.

Traditional: 4/5
Advanced: 4.5/5

- FREEZA


Mark
Howard

Alright, let's end the week with this "Pot of Duality" abomination. No special summons means you can grab the best card you'll draw in 3 turns. I'd love to grab Heavy/Trunade/Dandy/Quickdraw and be able to wreck on my next turn. I'm setting Hamster, so it doesn't really matter. If I have Drill Warrior out, I've already won.

Why was this card made? Why the hell did Kevin Tewart make this a SECRET RARE??? Tune in to find out, but in the meantime, set up your OTK or awesome combo, or just plain pad your defenses and dig into your deck. The opponent gets to see the revealed cards (but not your choice, if you shuffle the cards around, since no ruling says otherwise), but that doesn't mean they can stop. Or guess right. Oh, the mind games...

This is going into just about every deck in the game, in multiple copies. Disgusting. Idiots say this card will leave your deck in the dust, but it actually doesn't. I think grabbing the best card you'll see in the next 3 turns is much better. I'd rather wait 1 turn than wait 2 or 3. Wouldn't you? In the meantime, have fun just summoning your Sirocco or whatever, or setting your Ryko, Hamster or Spy. This card is the ultimate in stability and just shouldn't have been made. Tewart turning this card into a secret is the biggest "f you" to players in history.

5/5. If you have this card, you're using it.
Art: Secrets now have drastically less dot sparkles. Why? :(
Fun Fact: I want to feed hamsters Cheez-Its. Don't you?
Tomorrow: My annoying friend will want to go to another tournament.

DarthLuigi36 Pot of Duality
 
Here it is folks, the number one anticipated card of Duelist Revolution. People are talking about running this card in nearly everything.
 
First, you get to take a look at the top three cards of your deck.
Pick one of those to go in your hand, then shuffle the rest away. The only drawbacks being you cannot Special Summon this turn, and you can only play one Pot of Duality each turn.
 
This card is almost to the point of being a staple in every deck. Only a few decks right now truly need to avoid this card, like Frog FTK.
Anything else is able to easily run this amazing card.
 
Blackwings, I think, will especially like this card. With their Special Summons already often locked by Cards for Black Feathers or Royal Oppression, there's not much a downside to throwing a bunch of Pot of Duality in there. It'll draw into their precious Black Whirlwind or Icarus Attack faster too.
 
But really, Pot of Duality fits great everywhere, and it's counters are few. Thunder King Rai-Oh and Mind Crush are going to be getting even better.
 
If you get ahold of any of these, please, for your own good, don't trade them off. Find a good home for them in a deck right now.
 
Traditional: 5/5 This will make a lot of FTK's easier, especially Last Turn or Makyura.
Advanced: 5/5 Expect this card everywhere.
Art: 4/5 I liked it more when the name was Pot of Greederosity.

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