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

Hieratic Seal of Convocation
#GAOV-EN056 

Add 1 "Hieratic" monster from your Deck to your hand.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.60
Advanced: 4.20 

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


Date Reviewed - June 14, 2012

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Dark

Paladin
Thursday
 
Hieratic Seal of Convocation, an incredibly simple, and useful Magic card.  All that's really relevant here is that this adds speed to your all ready quick Hieratic Deck, and gives you instant access to any Hieratic Monster in your Deck.  I'd recommend using a couple copies honestly, as it's always going to be a good thing to Draw.  Legal Disclaimer:  Yea, I suppose it COULD be the last card in your Deck (if your Duel goes that long) OR you could be out of Monsters.  
 
Ratings:
 
5/5 in the Deck
Art:  4/5 

John Rocha

The ability to search your deck for almost any monster you need in your deck is a tremendous advantage. Hieratic Seal of Convocation allows you to do just that. I am sure that if Hieratic decks become top tier that this will be the first card hit just like other cards of this nature.
 
If you need a monster to tribute, you get that. If you need a monster for a tribute summon, you get that. If you need a special summon Hieratic monster, you get that. If you have Trade-In in your hand, you can search out our card from yesterday, Hieratic Seal of the Sun Dragon Overlord.
 
Versatility is key for a deck to be good and Hieratic Seal of Convocation is a very important part to Hieratic decks and must be played in 3’s. If Hieratic decks become dominant, I would rate this card higher.
 
Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 3/5

Miguel

We're looking at a spell card for Hieratic week(s), Hieratic Seal of Convocation. It's a very simple, familiar and very useful effect. You add 1 Hieratic monster from your deck to your hand. It's the Reinforcements of the Army for the them, but a bit better, as you can add any Hieratic monster of any level, opening up so many possible plays. This is a short review for me, because if you're using a well built Hieratic deck, you are using at least 2-3 of these in a well built Hieratic deck. 
 
Traditional: 2
Advanced: 4
Tomorrow: Hail to the King, baby.


Argouru

Thursday:

Hieratic Seal of Convocation
Normal Spell
"Add 1 "Hieratic" monster from your Deck to your hand."

A short and sweet text that's one of the best ones to hear, at least in an HD deck. Simply play to add ANY HD monster to your hand. Powerful, unrestircted effect except for the monster needing to be an HD monster, and a must at 3 per HD deck.

Traditional: 5 (HD decks only, 1 elsewhere)
Advanced: 5 (HD decks only, 1 elsewhere.)


Black
market
yugioh

What's up fellow duelists, ready for more?
Today, following the trend of Hieratics this week, we have our first spell for the Hieratic theme, Hieratic Seal Of Convocation.
A normal spell, that says you add one Hieratic monster from your deck to your hand.
 
With that being said, this is great! Get any Hieratic monster to your hand, and then let the shenanigans ensue! Hahaha!
Now, with most of the Hieratic monsters being 5 star or higher, this card supremely speeds up any version of this archtype. It alows for set to make the big plays that Hieratics are capable of. It's ROTA for Hieratics.
Every single Hieratic deck I have seen thus far is running trple Convocation. And I see no reason not to. This card in my opinion can make a break a opening hand, unless you just open with the gold anyways.
 
Advanced: 4/5 In Hieratics of course
Traditional: 4/5 ^See above^
Artwork: 3/5 Would really have loved to see this card in upgraded rarirty. But kinda reminds me of something in a movie...


Philosophical
Psycho
Simple effect, simple review.
 
Use it.
 
Hieratics are very powerful. This gives you an unrestricted search for any of their monsters. If you draw it, it's practically a wild card for any other Hieratic you may be needing in your hand but don't have at the moment. Therefore, you should not hesitate in using this card in triplet for any dedicated Hieratic build.
 
Traditional: 3.8/5 (it's not that the card is worse in this format, but using Hieratics in Traditional is a dubious choice, and that alone hurts the score a little)
Advanced: 4/5
Aesthetics: 4/5 And 'lo! Descending from thy heavens with Dragon-angels singing in symphonic chorus around it is a huge metal ball! The Hieroglyphic Seal of Gathering! BTW, this is NOT the Level 8 Normal Monster from yesterday; it's Asar (Osiris). After Osiris got murdered by his brother Set (Sutekh and that 2800 ATK strength), their sisters Isis (Eset) and Nephthys (Nebthet) revived Osiris.
 
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