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

Dimension Wanderer
- #ZTIN-EN010 

When a monster you control is banished by a card effect: You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard to target 2 banished monsters; inflict damage to your opponent equal to the total ATK of those targets.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 1.80
Advanced: 1.80 

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


Date Reviewed - Mar. 28, 2013

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Dark

Paladin

Thursday

Dimensional Wanderer? Now this card I like. We have a Level 1, Light attributed Spellcaster, with 0 attack and defense, but you want this guy to sit in your Hand until the time is right. I know it's not the safest or best strategy to wait to be able to use a card, but I'm thinking you use one if your playing a Galaxy Eyes Photon Dragon Deck. When Galaxy Eyes uses its effect to remove a Monster from play, you can send this card to the Graveyard and inflict 3000 Damage to your opponent. 3000 is a lot of Damage, enough to likely win you a game, and you know that the removal effect of Galaxy Eyes is going to go off. Try one as tech, and see what happens.

Ratings:

Traditional: 2/5
Advanced: 3/5
Art: 4.5/5

Miguel

Dimension Wanderer is a card that you either like, or don't. Being a LIGHT/Spellcaster is pretty good as it gets access to everything from Spellbook cards to Honest. Being level 1 gives it a good way to summon it via One for One, should you need it for whatever reason. His stats are 0/0 for ATK and DEF, but he's not made for either. Wanderer's real threat is in the hand, as whenever Galaxy Eyes Photon Dragon does his banishing act and takes another monster with him, you can discard Dimension Wanderer from your hand to the graveyard to inflict a major 3000 damage to your opponent's LP. That hurts. I also like that it can be any monster, because I assumed this effect would only happen if Galaxy Eyes could only happen if it banished an Xyz monster only. There are no restrictions on that one, so that's good. I can understand why most duelists would stay away from this card, as it is a bit situational, as you might top deck Wanderer when you don't need him, or even draw him too early. But with a proper build and with the right timing, you can really hurt your opponent at the right time, and even end the game.

Traditional: 2.5
Advanced: 2.5


Obskera

Today we are looking at: Dimension Wanderer
 
“When a monster is banished by the effect of "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon": You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard; inflict 3000 damage to your opponent. You can only use the effect of "Dimension Wanderer" once per turn.”

In a Galaxy-Eyes deck this guy is alright, but just so inconsistent. I have actually looked into a couple builds after I first heard about him and there are just so many other things that fit in a photon deck way before this guy. Maybe we will get some awesome support for him in the future, maybe not, either way I wouldn’t use him right now.
 
Advanced: 1/1

Traditional: 1/1


momiwant
cake

Alright!! Today we have another card that is best used in a Photon deck. 

Dimension Wanderer

-Attribute-Light
-Types-Spellcaster /Effect
Level 1
When a monster is banished by the effect of "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon": You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard; inflict 3000 damage to your opponent. You can only use the effect of "Dimension Wanderer" once per turn.
ATK/0                                       DEF/0 

This monster is pretty simple.  It is a weak monster that can trigger its effect from your hand when a Galaxy-eyes Photon Dragon removes a monster from play by its effect.  I was hoping that this monster would be more generic or possibly be a monster similar to the D. D. archtype.  Sadly this monster has almost no uses and is extremely situational. It only does 3000 damage during one turn.  Now that is a large amount of damage but is it really worth the inconsistency just for some extra damage?  Probably not.  It could have been a decent monster if its effect could be used more than once per turn.  

Advanced: 1/5-There isn’t much to say about this card.  It is just a bad card that probably will never see any competitive play.  Some of the Photon/ Galaxy support cards are good but this is not one of them. 

Traditional:1/5 -The only thing this monster has going for it here is that it’s light.  It is just too situational to be useful here.

Art:4/5

-The only thing I like about this card is its art.  It’s simplistic but still a cool looking spellcaster. 

Leo
Kearon

Dimension Wanderer
Light/ Spellcaster/Effect/Level1/0/0
When a monster is banished by the effect of "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon": You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard; inflict 3000 damage to your opponent. You can only use the effect of "Dimension Wanderer" once per turn.

Next from the 2013 ZeXal Collection Tin is Dimension Wanderer. Dimension Wanderer can do a lot of damage to your opponent but only if you have a "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon and only if you have used its effect. To be honest I am not a big fan of these cards that only work with one card (things like Dark Magic Attack, etc.) and this is no exception. However this is actually worse since it has to be none at a specific time and that’s it.

Overall, a very poor card, yes it can do a lot of damage but it is too situational to be anyway useful.

Traditional: 1/5
Advanced: 1/5


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