If a card(s) is sent from the Deck to the Graveyard: Target 1 card in either player's Graveyard; shuffle it into the Deck, also neither player can send cards from the Deck to the Graveyard for the rest of this turn.
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April 23, 2015
Earthshattering Event...appropriate picture at
the very least. This is a fun little piece of
tech I think. If a card (or cards) is (are)
sent to the Graveyard, target a card in either
Graveyard, and shuffle that target back into the
respective Deck. Furthermore, neither player
can send cards from the Deck to the Graveyard for
the rest of the turn. This is a thinking mans
card. Use it for you, dump what you need to,
and recycle something you'd like, and while it can
suck not being able to dump the rest of the turn,
it's not as though you don't get to at all. Or
recycle something of your opponent's you know they
need in the Graveyard. Ideally, this process
hurts them more than you. I suppose this is
just stalling to a degree if you're using it against
your opponent, but I think it's more disruptive and
effective than stalling.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Today we're shaking things up with Earthshattering
Event. A Continuous Spell isn't normally a good card
unless it does something fantastic that can change
the tempo of the game in your favor, as anything
that stays on the field is a target for destruction.
If you send a card to the grave from your deck, you
can target a card in either grave and shuffle it
back into the players deck, however, you can't send
card(s) from your deck to the grave for the rest of
the turn. This could have a tremendous impact in the
meta in slowing down the Tier 1 decks like Burning
Abyss and Shaddoll. Lightsworn get crippled by this,
only being able to mill for one monster during their
End Phase. In a mirror match of Tier 1 decks, this
card could slow your opponent for a turn or two,
giving you an opening to take advantage. Even if it
only lasts one turn, you can use that turn to send
something to your grave, then either take away a
resource from your opponent, or put something back
into your deck that you need. This doesn't specify
the main deck, so recycling Xyz, Fusion, and Synchro
monsters is also an option. Gone through a
spell/trap you love to play? Recycle it after
sending a card to the grave.
While it may not last for very long, it's effect
will persist if destroyed by something being sent to
the graveyard from your deck (Shaddoll Dragon).
Advanced-3/5- It has potential to be used better in
decks that don't send to the grave vs decks that do
Until Next Time
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