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Top 10 Cards of 2015

#6 - Kozmo Farmgirl
- #CORE-EN082

Card Ratings
Advanced: 4.40 

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible. 3 is Average. 5 is the highest rating.


Date Reviewed:
Dec. 22, 2015

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Riko
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We continue our Top 10 countdown with #6: Kozmo Farmgirl.
 
Position on my List: N/A
 
Kozmo Farmgirl actually just barely missed a spot on my list; I had her at #10 until I realized that I had forgotten about PSY-Framelord Omega in my initial draft. As a result, she ended up clocking in at #11 for me.
 
When making my list, I try to avoid non-generic cards if there are a large amount of good generic cards (which is why I didn’t include El Shaddoll Construct in my 2014 list). However, Kozmo Farmgirl deserves mention for just how much she does for the Kozmo archetype. Being a Level 3 Psychic means she’s summonable off of Emergency Teleport, so you have effectively have 6 copies of her in the Deck. This is great because Farmgirl is pretty much the heart and soul of the Deck. The ability to search any Kozmo card out of the Deck is incredibly in a Deck that is otherwise lacking in the search department (with the exception of the Kozmo ships floating down into a smaller Kozmo on destruction, but you have to get a ship out first to do that).
 
Taking damage from Kozmo Farmgirl is a massive threat, as it allows Kozmo Decks to get to their power plays much faster, and it also allows them tack on large amounts of damage.
 
The Kozmo archetype as a whole is a bit overrated in my opinion, but you can’t deny the sheer amount that Farmgirl does for it.
 
Rating: 4/5


Baneful

At #6, the card I didn't have a chance to review months ago as I was very busy that week.  It's every bit of a great card as it was on release. Very easily summonable by Emergency Teleport and recoverable by Kozmotown.  It plusses upon inflicting battle damage with a search effect, which improves the deck's consistency.  You can also use the card's banish effect to summon a Sliprider/Forerunner/DarkDestroyer from your hand, whether Farmgirl is in danger from attacks/effects or as a way to get an extra attack and rack up damage on the opponent's life points during the Battle Phase.  You can even use its effect to search a monster and then summon it right after.
 
5/5


Kingof
Lullaby

Hello Pojo Fans,
 
Kozmo Farmgirl is one of two “Kozmo” monsters to make it on the top 10 list for the year. Kozmos hit the TCG like a shockwave and with their continued support being better than the previous support they got, along with not being hit by the ban list, they will continue to grow in dominance. Farmgirl starts it all off as the cornerstone of the deck.
 
A quick effect during either players during gives you a lot of options. Most “Kozmo” monsters are Level 4 or higher, this effect will hit almost everything you could have in your hand, replacing the Farmgirl with something stronger. A search after doing damage with her at the cost of 500 Life Points is nothing, and will only continue to strengthen your position. Also, it is any card, not just a monster that this gal can search. While most searchers can search out one thing, this monster can search out any “Kozmo” card, ensuring you will always have a way to get what you want with her. Her being banished won't last long with Kozmotown being run in 3's in the deck, and the cost to get her back using that card isn't anything to the player either. Banish to drop Dark Destroyer, then next turn pay using Kozmotown to get Farmgirl back and do it all over again. Attack with her, deal damage, search out Dark Destroyer, banish her to Special Summon Dark Destroyer, and attack with it.
 
With all the support for the Kozmo archetype (and the support to come) this archetype isn't going away, but it may be #1 focus on the next ban list.
 
 
Advanced-4/5
Art-4/5
 
Until Next Time
KingofLullaby

Warlockblitz

Review for Kozmo Farmgirl 12/21/2015
 
Kozmo Farmgirl received a score of 4.13/5 back when the Kozmo hype train was fast and furious. Now that some of that is over and the price has gone down quite a bit, we can safely say that yes, Kozmo will be around as a formidable archetype. Some other decks are fairly good counters, but Farmgirll herself is still the great linchpin card for the deck. 
 
Score: 4/5 Kozmo will be around until the banhammer hits. 
Art: 5/5 Star Wars 7 is good. 
 
-WarlockBlitz

Snodin

Card: Kozmo Farmgirl


I've said it before and I'll say it again, I really like this theme! Kozmo decks are weak now, but I'm sure they'll get more support in the future; until then, we have Farmgirl (and Toto too) as the best searcher of the bunch. By sacrificing her to be removed from play, you can Special Summon any level 4 or higher Kozmo monster from your hand, which is another way of saying “I win” if it happens to be one of the fighter ships. (More on them later.)


Her second effect is great too, but the hard part is getting her to do actual battle damage. But if you're skilled at the game, you could probably pull off a Dark Destroyer search and summon trick in one turn.
You know, it's kind of refreshing to see that this card is limited to its theme, because if she was more versatile, you can best bet that she'd be banned by now.

Score: 5/5, Kozmo only


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