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

Tytannial, Princess of Camellias
#GLD4-EN026 

You can Tribute 1 face-up Plant-Type monster you control to negate the activation of a Spell, Trap, or Effect Monster's effect that targets a card(s) on the field and destroy it.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.20
Advanced: 3.40 

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


Date Reviewed - July 7, 2011

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Dark

Paladin
Thursday
 
Tytannial, Princess of Camellias, aside from having one of the oddest names in Yugioh history, is one hell of a Plant monster. Tytannial is a Level 8 monster, requiring two tributes, but definitely worthwhile if you can get her on the Field.  Tytannial also has 2800 attack, meaning she can contend with most of the powerhouses of the Format, as well as an equally solid and impressive 2600 defense, and is obviously a Plant of the Wind attribute.  When a Magic, Trap, or Effect monster's effect is activated that targets a card or cards on the Field, by tributing one face-up Plant-type monster you control to negate the activation and effect of said card, and destroy it. This is the heavy hitter and protection that Plants needed, to actually become a viable Decktype. Are they going to be yet? Sadly, I don't believe so, as they just aren't quick enough despite their plethora of new support. However, if you're playing Plants, you play this.  Plants are more fun with things like this to play in combo with Black Rose Dragon.

Ratings:

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced:  4/5
Art: 5/5

Justin
YouTube
Channel

Tytannial, the Hime in Debris-Hime (fun fact for you guys), has the potential to alter any game as soon as she hits the field. An easy target for Lonefire Blossom to special summon, the princess commands field presence and turns the tides of duels. Her stats make here a chore to get over in battle, whether in attack or defense, and the ability to tribute any plant-type monster you control to negate and destroy any targeting effects shuts down a lot of cards seeing play right now. The only drawback to this card is that when you draw her, she stays dead in your hand most of the duel.
 
Rating
Traditional: 2
Advanced: 4


Isca31
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Channel

Tytannial, Princess of Camellias

Today’s card is one my most loved and hated cards. Whenever I open with a Lonefire Blossom I am not running this card. When I do run this card, I never open Lonefire. Either that or Tytannial is in my hand. This is one of those cards that is great if you get it out, but is terrible if it’s in your hand. Because of its high attack and defense and how easy it is to summon with Lonefire, Tytannial can prove to be quite annoying. These days though, it isn’t very difficult to destroy monsters so unless you have protection, it probably won’t last very long. Even with her effect to negate anything that targets, it shouldn’t be a problem for any player that Synchro summons easily. Back in the day this card was amazing in Skill Drain Plants, but these days Tytannial isn’t that good. If you’re very good at drawing what you want (lol), play it in Plants, if you aren’t then you probably should leave it out.

Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 2.5/5


GrimroX
Makina

Tytannial, Princess of Camellias

Ah, everyone's favorite Plant, the infamous Big Booty Bit- Well you get the idea. Tytannial is a basically the Plant boss monster, boasting 2800 ATK and a one-for-one target negation effect. 2800 is fairly hard to get over nowadays without targeting, and Tytannial makes sure she (or any other card) stays on the field. Tributing a Plant-type is not a problem, especially if you Tribute a Dandylion, because that leaves two Plant-type Tokens that can also be Tributed. In a format where select Plants are meta, Tytannial comes in as somewhat anti-meta tech, dropping in unexpectedly while protecting cards on your field. If anyone is playing her, in most cases they are running one copy for consistency reasons. When you open with Lonefire and go into Tytannial, you'll love the card, but as soon as you draw her, you'll hate her. Regardless, Tytannial is still a somewhat unexpected threat, so be prepared for her.

Traditional: 2.5/5
Advanced: 3/5


Skyphantom

Hello again. Today, were talking about tytannial, princess of camaleas from gold series 4. Based on Tytannia from A Midsummer Night's Dream, she functions as a boss monster for plants, easily searched by one lonefire blossom. She has a great effect, great attack, a trade-in target, and a plant (which is good) and a wind attribute monster (which is not so good). Regardless though, she does well in any plant deck, unless you draw her.

Traditional:2/5
Advanced:3.2/5


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