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

Number 19: Freezadon
- #ZTIN-EN003  

2 Level 5 monsters Once per turn, if an Xyz Monster you control would activate an effect by detaching an Xyz Material(s), you can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card instead of 1 of those Xyz Materials.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.75
Advanced: 2.33 

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


Date Reviewed - Mar. 14, 2013

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Dark

Paladin

Thursday
 
Shifting back to XYZ, we look at Number 19:  Freezadon.  As similar to earlier this week, this is a Rank 5 XYZ Monster, XYZ Summoned with two Level 5 Monsters.  Freezadon is a Water attributed Dinosaur, with 2000 attack and 2500 defense.  With 2000 attack, which is low for a Rank 5, the 2500 defense can be a good thing, but Freezadon doesn't really need to do much attacking.  I really feel this guy is going to get overlooked and forgotten about, but I really hope note, but as most things, it will come down to whether or not you have space in the Extra Deck.  Once a turn, when an XYZ Material would activate its effect by discarding an XYZ Material, you can detach an XYZ Material from this Monster instead.  Maybe it's just me, but that seems rather invaluable.  I mean, sure, the low attack, no credible effect of its own, why bother playing it right?  Obviously it's a combo card and it will work for some and be useless for others.  Enjoy
 
Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5 
Advanced:  3/5 
Art:  5/5 


John Rocha

I am going to be very honest with you and let you know up front, that I do not like our card of the day today. I can usually find something good to say about any card I review, but quite frankly, there are much better rank 5 monsters in the game than Number 19: Freezadon. Currently, we have 6 Xyz monsters that require 2 non specific monsters to summon them: Adreus, Keeper of Armageddon, Number 12: Crimson Shadow Armor Ninja, Number 33: Chronically Machu Mech, Tiras, Keeper of Genesis, Wind-Up Arsenal Zenmaioh, and ZW – Leo Arms. All of these monsters have better stats and effects.
 
Summoning Number 19: Freezadon is not much of an issue in the right deck. Decks like Wind-Ups, Hieratics, Inzektors, and Darkworld can summon a rank 5 monster quite easily, but one at a time. You would need a deck that can summon rank 5 monsters a couple at a time or one per turn in order to make Freezadon a factor in the game. Even then, there are just better alternatives to Freezadon.
 
Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 1/5

Bleak
dragon55

Welcome to our third day of the new Zexal tin reviews! Today we will be looking at a very interesting xyz monster that was one of the first cards to focus on supporting the xyz mechanic itself. So let's take a look at Number 19: Freezadon!
 
Number 19: Freezadon
Rank 5/ Water/ Dinosaur
 
2 Level 5 monsters
Once per turn, if an Xyz Monster you control would activate an effect by detaching an Xyz Material(s), you can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card instead of 1 of those Xyz Materials.
 
2000/2500 
 
We have received quite the range of xyz monsters from the zexal series, but this is one of the more interesting ones. I say this because it allows you to take advantage of the cost mechanic that xyz monsters use from their xyz materials. Freezeadon allows you to help fuel your monsters a bit easier.
 
Whenever you would detach a material from one of your xyz materials, you can detach one from Freezadon instead. Imagine 4 negate attacks from Utopia, 4 destructions off of Volcasaurus, or 5 turn-lock downs off of Shock Master! You don't have to rely on inconsistent cards like Overlay Regen thanks to this card, as it is in your extra deck until you need it.
 
Sadly.... that's all it is used for; a support card. On it's own, it doesn't do much; which is why it's highly looked down upon. Investing two level 5's into this monster simply isn't worth it when you could just go for a second Volcasaurus or Tiras; just in case the first dies. It also accomplishes the same effect of increasing the use out of one card. 
 
Advanced: 2.5
 
It's decent, however it just simply isn't worth the investment
 
Traditional: 1.5
 
Most likely going to die before it is used.
 
Art: 3.0
 
The brother of Volcasaurus! It's pretty cool artwork for a water dinosaur.  


Obskera

Today we are looking at: Number 19: Freezadon

“2 Level 5 monsters

Once per turn, if an Xyz Monster you control would activate an effect by detaching an Xyz Material(s), you can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card instead of 1 of those Xyz Materials.”

So first thoughts, effect aside, that 2000/2500 isn’t going to get very far with random Fire Fist strategies easily reaching over 2000 attack on a level 4 monster. That almost makes it unplayable. Then we have the effect, its ok I guess. I don’t see much top tier playability yet, and with a plethora of better rank 5’s I wouldn’t really run it outside of a deck built to use it. It is kind of interesting as the centerpiece of a XYZ deck though. Just run Tiras if you need a rank 5 monster.

Advanced:   1/5
Traditional: 1/5


momiwant
cake

Welcome to another card review! Today we have another dino monster. It is one of the Ultra rare monsters that you can get out of the Zexal Tin. It’s another rank 5 number monster but is it good?

Number 19: Freezadon

Attribute: Water
Type: Dinosaur/Xyz/Effect

2 Level 5 monsters
Once per turn, if an Xyz Monster you control would activate an effect by detaching an Xyz Material(s), you can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card instead of 1 of those Xyz Materials.
ATK/2000 DEF/2500

Well, this monster isn’t as good as Volcasaurus but it definitely has some potential. It has solid stats and an interesting effect. Whenever your xyz monsters would activate their effects to drop xyz material(s), you can drop an Xyz material off of this monster instead. Now this monster has a number of uses. You can use it along with Evolzar Laggia to be able to negate two cards with its effect. It can also work with other Xyz monsters to abuse their effects. That doesn’t sound too bad, but is this card really worth playing? I’m not so sure. This monster is a rank 5 monster that is only useful when other xyz monsters are on your side of the field. This makes it a little situational. It isn’t a bad choice in some decks but isn’t that great right now.

One deck that could really abuse this card in the future is Constellars. That deck can pump out rank 5 monsters, so this monster can help make some of the Constellar Xyz monster’s effects even better. I haven’t played with Constellar decks yet but Freezadon could definitely be good in there.

Advanced: 3/5
-I see a lot of potential with this monster. It isn’t a very good monster right now but it might be useful in the future. I would definitely get at least one copy of this card while it’s still easy to get.

Traditional:1.5/5
-This monster is just to slow in this format. I see no uses for Freezadon in this format.

Art: 3.5/5
-This monster’s art is pretty good. It still isn’t as cool as Volcasaurus because it’s not pink or purple. That would’ve made this art too amazing but it’s still a cool-looking dino.

Leo
Kearon
Number 19: Freezadon
Water/Dinosaur/Xyz/Effect/Rank5/2000/2500
2 Level 5 monsters

Once per turn, if an Xyz Monster you control would activate an effect by detaching an Xyz Material(s), you can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card instead of 1 of those Xyz Materials.

Next card from the 2013 Zexal Collection Tin is another Dinosaur Xyz monster and is kinda Number 61: Volcasaurus’s partner; Number 19: Freezadon. Number 19: Freezadon has an interesting effect; simply he can use 1 of his Xyz material to pay for another Xyz’s effect. Of course the other monster must have been able to pay for the cost itself. To be honest I would rather play Number 61: Volcasaurus it has a better attack and effect.

Number 19: Freezadon’s biggest problem is that his effect requires you to have another Xyz monster whose effect you need to activate.
Overall an interesting effect and good stats but not much on his own, which is a problem.

Traditional: 3/5
Advanced:  3.5/5 

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