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

Five-Headed Dragon
#GLD4-EN031 

5 Dragon-Type monsters This monster cannot be Special Summoned except by Fusion Summon. This card cannot be destroyed by battle with an EARTH, WATER, FIRE, WIND, or DARK monster. (Damage calculation is applied normally.)

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.75
Advanced: 2.50 

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


Date Reviewed - July 6, 2011

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Dark

Paladin

Wednesday
 
Five-Headed Dragon--This is an incredibly powerful Fusion monster with 5000 attack points (and defense points). So, I am here to say, if you have this card, do NOT go splashing it into your Fusion deck. At least read the card first, ok?  Now, let's look at all that this card has going for it. First, Five Headed Dragon can only be destroyed by a monster of the Light attribute. Or, of course, by a magic or trap card or monster effect, but the fact that it can only be destroyed by one attribute is awesome...or is it?  Since it can ONLY be destroyed by a monster of the Light attribute and he boasts 5000 attack points, odds are you won't be attacking him with anything. You more than likely will be using a magic, trap, or monster effect.  Furthermore, you need to fuse FIVE Dragons to make Five Headed Dragon (ironic, hmm?) Granted, it can be any five Dragons, which gives him a lot of versatility, but wow. It's also quite good that are friend doesn't take battle damage, but again...he does have 5000 attack points!  Dragon's Mirror being an easier way to go about this is helpful, but this is one of those cards really to admire for nostalgia and artwork.  If you run a hardcore Dragon deck, and are bold enough to try this, go for it. 
 
Ratings:
 
2/5, and I believe that's generous
Art:  5/5


Justin
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Five-Headed Dragon serves more purpose as a foolish burial than a boss monster. It requires five, obviously, dragon type monsters to fusion summon which most duelists outside of disaster/hopeless dragon and dragunity will never have. Typically, duelists will use Future Fusion for this card in order to set up graveyard plays with their dragons and if it happens that FHD is summoned then it’s a nice plus one. Being impervious to battle with anything but a light monster is good, but its 5000 attack should protect it more from battle. If only it was immune towards effect destruction instead it would make FHD a much more playable card.
 
Rating
Traditional: 1
Advanced: 2 (only because of the free set up it can net you)


Isca31
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Today’s card is our big boss Dragon monster. Five-Headed Dragon rarely hits the field, but when he does he causes some problems. His ridiculous attack and defense make him a very annoying card to get over, but since he is completely vulnerable to spells and traps, it’s not impossibly. Even if you get a strong enough monster, this Dragon still cannot be destroyed by most monsters. This effect is cool, but with 5000 attack, it really doesn’t matter. This monster’s sole purpose these days is making Dragon’s playable. With Future Fusion, you can load your graveyard with a bunch of Dragons (Usually Red-Eyes Wyvern and Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragons). Then you can start your combos and beating your opponent down. If the Future Fusion lasts long enough for Five-Headed to be special summoned, you’re probably already winning.

Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 2/5


Skyphantom

Here we go, day 2 of our gold series 4 reviews, on hump day, with 5 humps to boot on this monstrosity: 5 headed dragon. The beast with 5 backs, a superb future fusion target, and a 5000 attack body and the ability to not be killed by battle except by light monsters (honest says hello, and he's comin for you buddy boy). All in all though, a great card in dragon decks and a welcome addition to gold series 4.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced: 4/5


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