Fusion Summon 1 Dragon-Type Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck, using monsters from your hand or your side of the field as Fusion Materials. If your opponent controls 2 or more monsters and you control no monsters, you can also use up to 2 "Odd-Eyes" monsters in your Extra Deck as Fusion Materials. You can only activate 1 "Odd-Eyes Fusion" per turn.
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Dec. 9, 2015
It works on any Dragon-type Fusion Monster, which
is versatile now and open-ended for future
cards/combos which come out. Derived from
Shaddoll Fusion, you can Fusion Summon with
materials (at less, or no, cost) from your Extra
Deck. Right now the only Odd-Eyes monster
which is a Fusion right now is Vortex Dragon, which
is certainly a strong capable monster but won't make
Odd-Eyes or Dragon decks high tier. This card
might have potential (as Odd-Eyes is a central theme
to Arc V and often gets more support), but right now
it's seeing little competitive play and I can't be
certain that this card will get better over time.
Odd-Eyes Fusion...this is a great card for Dragon
players. It's fair and balanced, and not
overpowered by not being made a Quickplay.
You get to Fusion Summon a Dragon Monster from your
Extra Deck by using Monsters from your Hand or the
Field, to your side of the Field. Furthermore,
this card almost encourages you to be at a
disadvantage. If your opponent controls two or
more Monsters, and you control none, you can also
use two Odd Eyes Monsters from the Extra Deck for
your Fusion. You're only allowed to use one of
these a turn, but it should still be a good way for
you to generate some advantage.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Dragons had one type-specific fusion card before
Odd-Eyes Fusion appeared. Standard
Polymerization-like Fusion restriction, but then the
twist of having no monsters benefiting you comes in.
No monsters on you side allows for up to 2 “Odd-Eyes
monsters in your Extra Deck to be used instead of
stuff from your hand/field, or be used in
combination with the Fusion Summon. It doesn't
specify an “Odd-Eyes Fusion Monster” so Five-Headed
Dragon is in play, as well as all “Odd-Eyes” Dragon
Fusion monsters. It had a little something more that
Polymerization doesn't have, but at the end of the
day it is still a Fusion card. If it also involved
the graveyard it would be even better.
Until Next Time
Odd-Eyes Fusion is fairly simple. You can Fusion
Summon any Dragon-type Fusion monster from your
Extra deck using monsters from your Hand or Field.
It is technically worse than Polymerization in that
it can only get Dragons and can only be used once
per turn. However, if your opponent controls 2 or
more monsters while you control none, you can use up
to 2 Odd-Eyes monsters from your Extra Deck in
addition to materials from your Hand or Field. With
how most cards float from the Graveyard or Extra
Deck, this card will almost never deplete resources.
There is going to be a lot more support for Odd-Eyes
down the line because it is the protagonist theme in
the anime, so this card's potential will only go up.
Currently, there are only a few Odd-Eyes cards that
live in the Extra Deck at the start of the duel,
while others need to be Pendulums that get there
Score: 3.5/5 If it did something in the grave, it
would be better.
Art: 2/5 Is it supposed to look like a skeleton?
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