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

Wattsquirrel
#STBL-EN029 

This card can attack twice during each Battle Phase. If this card battles, negate the effects of the monster it battled after damage calculation (including in the Graveyard).

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.33
Advanced: 1.80 

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


Date Reviewed - Dec. 9, 2010

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Dark Paladin
Thursday
 
Most of the Watt monsters you don't really want or need to even look at, this one I at least read a few times.  Most of the stats are unremarkable...Light, Level 3, Thunder and only 700 attack with 100 defense...not even a Tuner.
 
Wattsquirrel can attack twice during each Battle Phase, which is unique enough in itself.  Now, what's awesome is it negates the effects of the monster(s) it Battles, after Damage Calculation, including in the Graveyard.
 
That really makes you almost want to throw this guy into about every Deck, but it's too situational.  You won't get in when you need it, and it's just to much of a waste to hold on to.  Potential is good for sure I think though.
 
Ratings:
 
1.5/5  Both Formats
 
Art:  3/5

Mark
Howard
It's Wattsquerrrrrel! Or Wattsquirrel. It attacks twice, and once it attacks something, the target loses its effect after damage calculation, even if it goes to the graveyard. However, if it attacks, it's going to get destroyed, and then nothing is going to happen. It's only a good card in certain situations, and after your Watt lock is already going, and if you've locked down the opponent already, you probably don't need this.

I don't know much about Watt decks, but I think I can say that there are more valuable and helpful cards than Wattsquirrel.

2/5
Art: Watts are ugly.
Fun Fact: This might just be ugly week.
Tomorrow: The ugliest one.

Pheano

Hey Pojo, Pheano here with another Card Of The Day For you.
 
Today we will be taking a look at Wattsquirrel. Wattsquirrel is a Level three Light Thunder Monster with seven hundred Attack and one hundred Defense. Its effect reads; This card can attack twice during each Battle Phase. If this card battles, negate the effects of the monster it battled after damage calculation (including in the Graveyard).
 
This card’s size will keep this card from seeing much play. The fact that this doesn’t have enough Attack to get over most commonly set Monsters hurts its playability so much. The double Attack part of it’s effect is really unnecessary and it would have been better off with more Attack instead. I could see this wrecking an XX-Saber played though if you pump its Attack up since it will kill all of their set Monsters and negate them like XX-Saber Darksoul and XX-Saber Emmersblade but I would still rather just play a card like Banisher Of The Radiance against them.
 
In the Traditional Format as I have said many times the Battle Phase isn’t very important so that will keep this from seeing any play.
 
Bottom line:
Pretty bad card.
Advanced: 1/5
Traditional: 1/5
 
Hit me up on Pojo or Youtube (pheanoblack) if you have any comments or questions, I’m always open to constructive criticism.


The
Crowing

Today is Wattsquirrel one of the new Watt support cards and this card is ok. Its not great but its not terrible, at least for watts anyway.

Its a Thunder LIGHT like all Watt's and has a low attack score at 700 and 100 defense, it also level 3. So its stats are abysmal. But its effect is pretty good. Whenever it battles, that monster's effect is negated, permanently, oh also it can attack twice.

Now, I know what you are thinking, "Well my wattsquirrel will just die wont it?" No, see there's this watt card called Wattkiwi that prevents your watts from being destroyed by battle when they attack. So yeah theres combos with this guy.

All in all A pretty good card for watts.

1/5 traditional
3/5 Advanced (Watt Decks Only)
Art- A robot squirrel, not surprising since all of them look like that.


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