Select 2 cards from the Graveyard(s), and shuffle them into their owner's Deck(s). After activation, remove this card from play instead of sending it to the Graveyard. You can only activate 1 "Pot of Benevolence" per turn.
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3 is average.
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Date Reviewed - 03.26.10
I like this card. It’s simple and useful … just
like ME! … lol … well … ok, not EXACTLY like me, but
I digress … Basically u can send 2 cards from either
graveyard back to its owner’s deck. So either u can
recycle something valuable that u lost … a spell or
a trap. Or u can put a monster back that can only be
special summoned from the deck. It’s nice for
Lightsworns that may have milled something they
would rather have drawn. And it is great OFFENSIVELY
for slowing your opponent’s roll, by taking some
darks out of their graveyard to shut down a D.A.D,
sending a sleeping Stardust Dragon back to the deck,
or just lots of other moves. It’s a bit SLOWER than
D.D. Crow, but Pot o’ B carries twice the load.
N o V a
Pot of Benevolence is actually a pretty cool card,
it acts as a The Transmigration Prophecy, returning
2 cards from either graveyard back to the deck. Only
differences are its a spell, gets removed after
activation and you can only activate 1 Benevolence
per turn. The good thing about Benevolence is last
format it would have been useful for returning
Plaguespreader Zombie, Necro Gardnas and Lightsworns/Darks
to the deck to prevent Judgment Dragon/Dark Armed
Dragon. The reason The Transmigration Prophecy is
better is cause its a chainable card. If they
activate an effect that targets a card in the
graveyard, like Wulf, Zombie Master or Lumina, you
can send it back to the deck and they lose its
Pot of Benevolence:
Aren't there already enough cards that do similar
things? This seems like a waste of a card to me.
Perhaps there is some sort of VWXYZQP Dragon Tank
Exodia Wagon Sheppard Herder's Rage combo that is
dependent on this otherwise useless spell. Can't
wait to get powned by that at my next local
tourney... I'll start building my own version on yvd
now... yeah, thats the ticket. But seriously, this
Pot of Benevolence
What is this, I don't even...
It's like The Transmigration Prophecy, which isn't a
good card already, and then they bogged it down with
at least nine thousand restrictions. This card is so
unbelievably awful I don't even know if I can review
it. There's nothing to review, anyway. It's a card
with no effect and no use. Why not use Prophecy? Why
not use Pot of Avarice? Why not use Larvae Moth!?
Only Konami could figure out how to make a card this
1/5, the pain, the pain...
Fun Fact: Because Konami.
(The day after) Tomorrow: Wario Ware: Do It Yourself
is released, even though it's been out in Japan for
nearly a year.
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