You can only activate each effect of "Sylvan Princessprout" once per turn.
● You can Tribute this card; excavate the top card of your Deck, send it to the Graveyard, then you can place 1 "sprout" monster in your Graveyard on top of your Deck.
● If this card is excavated from the Deck and sent to the Graveyard by a card effect: You can declare a Level from 1 to 8; Special Summon this card from the Graveyard, and if you do, it becomes that Level.
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Sylvan Princessprout is a very simple Monster at a
glance. Plant, Light (very good), Level 1, with 100
attack and defense, but a couple of effects. First,
you can Tribute this card to excavate the top card
of your Deck to the Graveyard (which is a key theme
in the Deck as you know) and you're also able to add
a Sprout Monster to the top of your Deck. Secondly,
if Princessprout herself is excavated from the Deck
and sent to the Graveyard via card effect, you can
select a Level from 1 to 8. This card is then
Special Summoned and becomes the chosen Level.
There's your Money effect, and the effect stops
this card from being used and abused outside of the
theme. I like her, a lot. Easily the best card
You can only activate each effect of "Sylvan
Princessprout" once per turn.
● You can Tribute this card; excavate the top card
of your Deck, send it to the Graveyard, then you can
place 1 "sprout" monster in your Graveyard on top of
● If this card is excavated from the Deck and sent
to the Graveyard by a card effect: You can declare a
Level from 1 to 8; Special Summon this card from the
Graveyard, and if you do, it becomes that Level.
Wrapping up this week we have something that doesn’t
have to do with Monarchs, another new Sylvan
monster; Sylvan Princessprout.
Statwise there isn’t much to say, it is a
LIGHT/Plant like a couple of Sylvans with 100 ATK
and DEF not really surprising given it is a level 1
Effectwise it has to but you can only each effect
once per turn. The first effect allows you to
excavate the top card of your deck and send it to
the grave and then place a “sprout” monster from
your graveyard back to the top of your deck. First
off tributing a monster in order to send the top
card of your deck to the grave is a really bad trade
off. The second part would be better if there were
more sprout cards to use this with so far there is
this and Sylvan Cherubsprout. So it isn’t a great
effect but it might get better if more “sprout”
The second effect allows you to special summon this
card and change its level if it is excavated. This
is a much better effect as it allows you to use this
card for Synchro or Xyz summoning or if you want you
can activate the first effect. Though changes are
you will want this to be level 7 so you can Xyz
summon Orea, the Sylvan High Arbiter.
Overall not the greatest Sylvan and its second
effect is so far the more useful, but it could
change if more sprout cards turn up.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Happy Friday everyone. Sylvan Princessprout is the
Xyz-specialized monster for Sylvans. She can only
excavate a card off the top of the Deck if she
tributes herself, that's not good. If you run Sylvan
Cherubsprout in the deck you can put it on the
Graveyard after you tribute Princessprout.
Princessprout is a monster you want excavated. You
call a level, Princessprout will become that level
and return to the field. Call the level of a monster
you have on the field and immediately Xyz Summon
something. She can be Special Summoned from the deck
with One For One and Lonefire Blossom, but likely
you will be finding ways to put her on top of your
Deck to excavate her.
The first effect of this card is inferior to the
second but its still decent. It nabs you another
excavation off of Soul Charge and the like. And it
gives you another Princessprout to play with but it
also has a fair once per turn restriction to prevent
The real star of the show is that second effect
that happens when it is excavated. While I control
Hermitree, I can Special Summon this card as a LV8
monster to combine them both into Divine Dragon
Knight Felgrand. While I control Sagequoia, I can
Special Summon this card as a LV7 monster to combine
them both into Mecha Phantom Beast Draccosack.
Either of the two will waste your opponent's
resources and you let you beat them down into an
attritioned pulp but the two XYZ monsters together,
especially with the help of Princessprout, is just
plain nasty and insanely powerful. Basically, you
get an XYZ with only 1 material. This card is a +1
(in context of Sylvans of course).
I use 2 of her in my Sylvans. Since this is a
card better in the graveyard and deck than in the
hand, I am cautious on using 3, but right now I find
2 to be ideal.
Overall, great card and must-have for Sylvans.
Traditional – 2
Advanced – 4
Finally we escape the three days of anti-meta.
Rejoice, my youngins. Today we go back to the
general debauchery that is Yu-Gi-Oh card design!
Hello and welcome to my, Terrorking's, review of
another Sylvan monster. This time, it is Sylvan
Princessprout. Oh look, Sylvans got a themed Copy
Plant that is somewhat worse! Or rather, more
constricting. This card can be used with cards that
support Sylvans specifically, AND recovers your
other "sprout" monsters (namely, Cherubsprout or
another copy of this) when you tribute it via its
effect. Further, when excavated this Special summons
itself and changes its level from 1-8. What that
means, my dear guppy, is it's tool for an instant
Xyz summon. Copy Plant, on the other hand, does the
same thing but is also a Tuner, which gives you
access to a far broader range of monsters.
Copy Plant, that doesn't summon itself and
doesn't work with themed Sylvan support, or
Princessprout that doesn't give you access to Hot
Red Dragon Archfiend, Stardust Spark Dragon etc.?
Pick your poison.
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