When this card is Normal Summoned, shuffle all removed from play cards into their owner’s decks. This card gains 100 ATK for each of those cards. When this card is removed from play, both players remove from play top 5 cards of their deck.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - Nov. 4, 2010
Necroface is still a good card in my opinion, also
Restricted, who likes to wreak havoc in the other
Dimension. All removed cards of both players
are returned to their respective Decks, which are
then shuffled. Necroface gains 100 attack for
each card effected by this ability. When this
card is removed from play, both players remove the
top five cards of their Deck from play. Here's
the tricky part of Necroface...you can't just throw
him into a Zombie or Removal Deck, and expect this
to work out. The Deck needs to more or less be
built around Necroface to truly be successful.
Sadly, there isn't the biggest place for this
Necroface, Uglyface, Yourface, whatever you call
this thing, it's copying my Sangan review. Like
Necro Gardna, this dead thing used to be trouble
in large numbers (YEEEAAAAAH!!!!). But now it's
not. Necroface was mostly used only in its own deck,
which you might remember as Necromill. However, with
just one of these and just one D.D. Burial, nothing
much will happen.
You can't remove on Necroface, remove another, and
continue some chain of awesomeness. You can have it
restore your removed cards, but chances are, using
that 1 D.D. Burial over that 1 Necroface will save
you a summon and be much faster, and with more
synergy. It can have some interesting uses, but
nothing actually effective.
Fart: That's what this is.
Fun Fact: There is no day I hate more than
Tomorrow: What I wish I could trap the Trick-or-Treaters
Run while you can, Magician's Valkyria! Find some
place to hide, Dark Magician Girl! It’s the Konami
Tentacle Octopus… Baby head, flying… zombie
thing. Now that I think about it, I wonder what
brought Konami to create something of Necroface’s
caliber? Oh well. Anyways, about our creepy friend
Necroface. I personally like Necroface, but he
really just isn’t that playable anymore. There are
some nice moves you can play with him. Take for
instance using Gold Sarcophagus. You select
Necroface, remove him (Which removes the top 5 cards
from both players deck’s) then in two turns when you
summon him he’ll be at least a 2200Atk monster,
which isn’t too bad.
Even with this, though, he still isn’t that
playable. Even in a dark deck you would have to be
careful. Say he’s in your hand and you’ve played
Allure of Darkness, you will have to be very careful
in choosing to remove your Necroface because your
top 5 cards would go with him. This card still has
some perks that are mildly playable. Say you’re
running zombie and you have your Mezuki and
Plaguespreader Zombie already removed from play. You
could summon Necroface to shuffle them back into
your deck, but there are still way better options
*Cough* Burial from a Different Dimension *Cough.*
So with Necroface being limited and all, I don’t
really see him as a very good card. I definitely
think that Konami should consider placing Necroface
back to at least being Semi-Limited. And hey, if
he’s even put back at 3 again we may see that
Inferno Tempest OTK come back. Who knows?
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