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

Quick Booster
- #CBLZ-EN0
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Target 1 Quick-Play Spell Card in your Graveyard, except "Quick Booster"; shuffle that target into the Deck. If this card you control is destroyed by your opponent's card and sent to your Graveyard: You can add 1 Quick-Play Spell Card from your Deck to your hand, except "Quick Booster".

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2
Advanced: 2.5 

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


Date Reviewed - Feb. 19, 2013

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Dark

Paladin
Quick Booster is a Quickplay Magic card, as might be obvious, and could be a fun piece of tech for higher end players to take a look at.  This Magic card essentially lets you recycle a Quickplay Magic card from your Graveyard.  This card allows you to target a Quickplay Magic card from your Graveyard and shuffle it back into the Deck.  However, I feel the real payoff is in letting your opponent destroy this card.  If Quickplay Booster is destroyed by your opponent's card, and sent to the Graveyard, as opposed to adding a Quickplay Magic card from your Graveyard to your Deck, you're allowed to move a Quickplay Magic card from your Deck to your Hand.  Other than itself, of course, but I'm not sure you need more than one of these if you were playing it anyway.  There are a plethora of Quickplay Magic cards out there, but we don't play very many.  If you're running a combo Deck or one that plays or is dependent on several, give this a try.

Ratings:

Traditional:  2/5
Advanced:  3/5  Could work for some, useless for others, so average rating
Art:  4/5
Miguel

Quick Booster is one of those cards that is good, but for another point in time of the game. Back when Enemy Controller and Book of Moon was almost unescapable. Your opponent can nail this face down quick-play spell card or you can play it yourself, your choice, but I'd rather bait my opponent out into using their Mystical Space Typhoon(s) or Heavy Storm then chaining it when they do. You can target 1 Quick-Play Spell card in your graveyard and shuffle it into your deck. If this card is destroyed by your opponent and sent to the graveyard, you can add 1 Quick-Play Spell card from your deck to your hand except another copy of Quick Booster. That's pretty good. Other than Enemy Controller and Book of Moon, there's Shrink, Forbidden Lance, and even Cunning of the Six Samurai. The only problem with this card is that is was a lot more useful way back when, that doesn't make it any less useful.
 
Traditional: 2
Advanced: 2.5

Leo
Kearon

Quick Booster
Quick-Play Spell
Target 1 Quick-Play Spell Card in your Graveyard, except "Quick Booster"; shuffle that target into the Deck. If this card you control is destroyed by your opponent's card and sent to your Graveyard: You can add 1 Quick-Play Spell Card from your Deck to your hand, except "Quick Booster".

Quick Booster is a Quick-Play spell card with two effects that involve Quick-Play spell cards. The first effect is if you activate “Quick Booster”, it allows you to recycle 1 Quick-Play back into your deck. Recycling cards is always a good effect, but it would have been better if the card went into your hand or to the top of your deck, so you could use the recycled card.

The second effect is if this card is destroyed by your opponent you can get a Quick-Play spell card from your deck to your hand. The only way this is going to happen is if this card is set and the opponent thinks it’s something more dangerous. The actual effect is good but the chances of you ever using it are slim. The main problem with Quick Booster is most decks really only play 1 Quick-Play spell card and that’s MST so unless you either play a lot of Quick-Play spell cards or you really love your MST there isn’t really much point having this in your deck

Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 2/5


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