You can Tribute Summon this card in face-up Attack Position by Tributing 1 Plant-Type monster. Once per turn, during your Standby Phase: Destroy the 1 face-up monster on the field with the lowest ATK (your choice, if tied).
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - Feb. 13, 2014
Queen Angel of Roses is a beautiful looking card,
but is she as beautiful to play? Level 7, Earth,
Plant, but only 2400 attack and an equally appalling
1300 defense. Well for a positive start, if you
Tribute a Plant, you can Tribute her for one as
opposed to two Monsters, so long as you place her in
Attack position. That's good, essentially making
her a Level 6 2400 attacker, and the extra star only
comes in handy for XYZ or Synchro. Once a turn,
during your Standby Phase, you destroy a face-up
Monster on the Field with the lowest attack, and you
get to choose, if tied. Obviously we'd prefer the
highest attack Monster I feel, but this effect isn't
totally worthless. I mean, it really can hurt weak
Monsters with "I only get my effect by being
destroyed in Battle" as opposed directly sent to the
Graveyard. But even in Plants I'm not sure you'd
Queen Angel of Roses
You can Tribute Summon this card in face-up Attack
Position by Tributing 1 Plant-Type monster. Once per
turn, during your Standby Phase: Destroy the 1
face-up monster on the field with the lowest ATK
(your choice, if tied).
From a Yusei manga monster to an Aki manga monster
in fact her main monster for most of the series;
Queen Angel of Roses. Statwise, it is an EARTH/Plant
so it has support with 2400 ATK a common but not a
great ATK for a level 7 and 1300 DEF which is just
Effectwise it has two; the first is the important
alternate summoning condition, in this case 1 Plant
monster for a 2 tribute monster. This does not only
help with the summoning but makes the 2400 ATK a bit
easier to swallow. The second effect destroys the
monster with the lowest ATK during the Standby
Phase. This can be a double edge sword as shown by
Aki herself as there is a chance it could be one of
your monsters and in the worse-case scenario this
card that ends up being destroyed. Destruction
effects are all well and good but they are better
when they don’t blow up your own monsters.
Overall poor stats for a level 7 combined with an
effect that could easily backfire means this card
isn’t worth being put in Plant decks.
Hey there everyone. I don't
know how many of you are enjoying the snowpocalypse
that is raging through the south right now, but I
certainly am. We look today at a card that would
certainly not be happy in winter weather, that being
Queen Angel of Roses.
What you get here is a 2400 beater who can be
summoned for one tribute if the tribute is a plant
monster. Given that this is level 7, 2400 is a bit
low, but since you'd only play this in a plant deck
anyway the 2400 for one tribute is the industry
standard. The other effect is that during each of
your standby phases, you get to (must) destroy the
monster on the field with the lowest attack. This
could go in your favor or not depending on how the
So is this worth your time? Well, for your tribute
you can also bring out Gigaplant, who has the same
attack but with a Gemini Summon becomes an immensely
useful summoning engine. If you bring him out with
Lonefire, you can start summoning that turn. If you
bring this out with Lonefire, you.. get a beater.
Of course if we're talking about Lonefire you can
just use it to bring out a Plant Princess of some
flavor which will be an even bigger beater with a
And then we come to another problem, speaking of the
princesses; she's level 7. With the way the plant
deck is heading, with Sylvans on their way in with
great support coming in Primal Origin, you don't
need level 7, you need 8. All of the plant
princesses are level 8, as is the big Sylvan Tree
dude that everyone runs in that. With Lonefire
Blossom at two, you can run any plant you want with
impunity, so why waste that opportunity on this?
Bring out a princess or Regia and start going to
town. You don't need this card.
Thanks for reading!
Hello Pojo Fans,
Been sidelined with a cold the past few days, but
finally got off my behind and to the keyboard for a
Card of The Day. This Thursday we've got Queen Angel
of Roses. An Earth, Plant-type monster, Level 7 with
2400ATK/1300DEF, Queen's stats don't look that great
until her effect comes into play. “You can Tribute
Summon this card in face-up Attack Position by
Tributing 1 Plant-Type monster. Once per turn,
during your Standby Phase: Destroy the 1 face-up
monster on the field with the lowest ATK (your
choice, if tied).”
You won't be playing her in anything other than a
Plant-based deck, so the level shouldn't really hurt
her. One plant monster needed for a sacrifice isn't
hard at all to come up with, especially if playing
Naturia Pineapple. Plant-based searchers like Violet
Witch and Lonefire Blossom can help bring this card
to your hand or field respectively. Killing the
lowest attack monster on the field during your
Standby Phase can lead to a possible open field.
Play Black Garden after summoning Queen, and you
will likely not need to worry about losing her to
her own effect. There is some pretty good Plant-type
and Earth-attribute support out there to help this
Topdecking this card makes you feel like you got a
thorn in your eye. Her stats don't hold up for a
level seven monster, even with the added bonus of
needing only one tribute if its a plant. She has to
survive to your next Standby Phase to gain her
effect, and it can't touch facedown monsters. Your
opponent can set a monster, end turn, then your
Queen will destroy herself, not good. The best way
to get her effect would be to bring her back in your
End Phase when your opponent has a big monster on
the field and nuke it in your Standby Phase with her
7 stars is a bit excessive for a 2400 attack
monster. It's kind of cool that it lets you destroy
a monster each turn... you will be blowing up your
own stuff if you're up on field advantage though.
It's kind of cool you can summon it by tributing a
plant monster & it will count as both
tributes...Truthfully though, Caius the Shadow
Monarch does everything this monster does better.
Despite requiring a Plant deck to even be
remotely playable, it doesn't do anything to
particularly support Plants either. The fact that
you have to wait a turn to activate it's removal
effect and that you don't even get to choose which
monster is being destroyed (it could very well be
your own monster for one reason or another), makes
this card problematic. The only way you gain
advantage from it is if you can keep it alive for 2
or more turns, which is not common in such a
2400 ATK for a 1-tribute (in Plants) and a
plausible removal effect prevent this card from
being total garbage, but it still has too much going
against it, and 99% of the time you're better off
using a “Monarch” monster instead.
Hello guppies, and welcome to Terrorking's review of
Queen Angel of Ros-
Wait, this card is only just coming to the TCG? It's
been out for years... and was played by a prominent
My disbelief aside, welcome to Terrorking's review
of Queen Angel of Roses. This card is a one-tribute
monster "Let's face it, you're only using this in a
Plant deck", is a Plant and has no restrictions on
how it can be summoned (and since it's a plant,
there's a myriad of ways).
Once per turn, during your Main Phase, she rids the
field of the weakest monster, which is good, as she
pays for the monster you tributed to summon her. Be
careful though, if one of your monsters is the
weakest (like if she's the only card on the field)
it will cost you.
At level 7 and with Plants' ability to summon
multiple high-level monsters, you can easily turn
this into a Dracossack or a Big Eye. It being Earth
also gives it more utility with the Dragon Lord of
Earth, Redox. Terrorking says this is a good card.
Copyrightę 1998-2013 pojo.com
This site is not sponsored, endorsed, or
otherwise affiliated with any of the companies or
products featured on this site.
This is not an Official Site.