T.G. Hyper Librarian, a widely heralded card, and
with good reason. This guy has been splashed into
many a Deck, and while not the most powerful Synchro
Monster, shows just how much fun and important it is
to Draw cards. This is a Level 5, Dark attributed,
Spellcaster type Synchro Monster, with 2400 attack
and 1800 defense. Synchro Summoned with one Tuner
and one or more non-Tuner Monsters. Level 5 is quite
easy to Synchro, and as referred to earlier...while
face-up on the Field, each time a Synchro Monster is
Synchro Summoned, Draw one card for each. T.G. Hyper
Librarian adds some well needed speed to about any
Deck you are willing to put it in. 2400 attack is
solid for Level 5, I see no reason not to use it.
T.G. Hyper Librarian is one of the best cards to
come out in the game in my opinion. Not only is this
Tech Genius easy to summon, but it really works well
in or against Synchro decks. Before the last Ban
List crippled this card, we had a number of decks
that utilized Librarian to its fullest. Coelacanth/Trishula
Spam and Plant/Synchro decks would pump out
Synchro’s like crazy nuts, draw like a mad man, and
swarm the field to overwhelm their opponents. Now
that T.G. Hyper Librarian and other cards that made
those decks possible are ether banned or limited,
Hyper Librarian has lost much of its relevance.
If you are playing a deck that loves to summon
Synchro monsters, you need to extra deck Hyper
Librarian and I will tell you why. First, it is easy
to summon in numerous decks. T.G. Striker + T.G.
Warwolf, Reborn Tengu + Glow-Up Bulb, Junk Synchron
+ Doppelwarrier, Deep Sea Diva + Spined Gillman, and
Fabled decks are just a few combinations that bring
out T.G. Hyper Librarian. Every time you or your
opponent brings out another Synchro monster you get
to draw. As we know, draw power and card advantage
Now lets try one of these nifty combo’s and
experience the full force of HYPER Librarian.
Special Summon Quickdraw Synchron by ditching
Tuningware. Summon Junk Synchron and use it’s effect
to special summon Tuningware then special summon
Doppelwarrior from your hand. Synchro Junk Synchron
and Doppelwarrior into Librarian and get two tokens.
Then One-For-One into a Glow-Up-Bulb and Synchro
into a Formula Synchron using a token, to draw two
cards. Special Summon Glow-Up-Bulb and synchro into
T.G. Recipro Dragonfly using the other token to draw
a card. Synchro Quickdraw Synchron and Tuningware
into Turbo Warrior and draw 2 cards. Then Send Turbo
Warrior to the grave with Drgonfly’s effect and get
Quickdraw and Tuningware back. Then summon Junk
Destroyer with Quickdraw, Tuningware, and Dragonfly
to destroy 2 of your opponent’s cards and draw two
cards. Then summon Arcanite Magician with T.G. Hyper
Librarian and Formula Synchron and blow up two more
of your opponent’s cards. Now let’s add everything
up. For the 5 cards you had in your hand, you ended
up with 2 monsters on the field and drew 7 cards.
That is a plus 4 advantage. Then add in the 4 cards
we destroyed and now we have an 8 card advantage. Of
course your opponent probably would have conceded
long before that, robbing you of the pleasure’s you
would have received by rubbing it into his face.
So yes, T.G. Hyper Librarian is a really great card
despite the current ban list and a staple in many
top tier decks.
Our last day on JUMP promo week, and we are
checking out a card that one or two people might
have heard of, T.G. Hyper Librarian. Librarian is a
Level 5 Dark/Spellcaster Synchro with 2400 ATK and
1800 DEF. This card's effect is simple, While this
card is face-up, whenever a monster is Synchro
summon, Draw a card. What can I say about this card
that has not already been said. I've seen duelists
draw like 2-3 times a turn just for having this card
out on field. You have it, you like to synchro, use
Been a little while, but at
least I’m here for Tech Genus Hyper Librarian!
This card was recently Limited
because of the unheard of draw power this card can
give. When a synchro summon happens while Libby’s on
the field, you get to draw one card. Because the
relative ease some decks can synchro summon,
Librarian offsets much of the hand lost from the
summonings. And let’s not forget how easy he is to
summon. T.G. Striker and T.G. Warwolf summon this
without even using a normal summon; Junk Synchron
can make this through a normal summon. Reborn Tengu
and Glow-up Bulb can make this and Catastor, in the
And with 2400 ATK, this can run
over Brionac and Catastor as well as several Xyz
monsters. See everyone next week!
Art: 3.5/5 (kind of meh)
Welcome to the final Card of the Day for the
week. I apologize for my slight leave, finals are
killing my spare time and essays, unfortunately,
don’t write themselves. Today we are looking at what
many consider a “staple synchro” and it very well
T.G. Hyper Librarian
Spellcaster/Lv 5/Dark/ 2400 ATK/ 1800 DEF
“While this card is face-up on the field, each time
a Synchro Monster(s) is Synchro Summoned, draw 1
card for each.”
Do you have a deck that synchro summons constantly,
then look no further my fellow Yu-Gio-Oh! Players,
this card is perfect for you! Although this card is
a Shonen Jump subscripton promo that warranted a $70
price tag when it was newely released and unlimited,
is now under half that amount and limited to 1. This
card alone can give you so much advantage. In
today’s meta, especially at higher level
tournaments, you are guaranteed to see this in the
majority of Extra Decks. The best part of this card
is that even if you opponent synchro summons, you
can still get to draw a card. Over all, this card is
one of the best synchros available and is almost a
must in every extra deck.
Pros: Non-specific requirements, decent attack for a
level 5, and amazing effect because it activates
when you opponent synchro summons as well.
Cons: It can be run over in defense mode with a
thunderking, alius, and other 1900 attackers.
T.G. Hyper Librarian
"1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters
While this card is face-up on the field, each time a
Synchro Monster(s) is Synchro Summoned, draw 1 card
He has alright stats for his level and a passable
effect, but not a lot else. Since Synchros still see
a good amount of play, his effect can come off
without too much worry and extra cards are always
nice. However, he's not the most spectacular monster
out there. I suppose he'd work well in a spellcaster
deck, and can easily be splashed into any sychro-using
deck, which ups his playability a fair deal.
Not a lot to say about this guy. He's not too
hard to get out and does what he does well enough.
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