Ritual Beast Tamer Wen...we're going to be short
and sweet, much the way I assume she is. The
difference from here and yesterday....you got an
Extra Normal Summon for your Ritual Beast yesterday.
Today, you get a Special Summon, BUT the catch is,
that said Ritual Beast has to be removed from play.
The other difference being this card (while still
not strong) has 1500 attack, so could actually
destroy something if such an opportunity were to
arise. She's good right now, because removal
is good right now. Or she's better because
removal is so good right now; however you choose to
look at that. Her effect also doesn't specify
how or who has/had to remove said Ritual Beast, so
you can do it yourself as a cost (or whatever else)
and know she can bring it back.
Art: 5/5 These cards look like they came out of
Final Fantasy or something
Hello Pojo Fans,
Ritual Beast Tamer Wen is best when used after the
“Spiritual Beasts” have removed some “Ritual Beast”
monsters or a more direct option you could use is
Gold Sarcophagus. Combine her with Ritual Beast
Steeds to destroy 2 card your opponent controls
(more if you have more “Ritual Beasts”), or use
Ritual Beast's Bond alongside the two Ritual beasts
to Special Summon any Ritual Beast from your Extra
Deck and get your combos going. Tamer and Elder work
together to get 3 monsters onto your field (if not
more when things are done).
Emergency Teleport can Special Summon Tamer Wen,
but her effect is only off of Normal Summoning, so
Teleporting her wouldn't be smart unless you were
needing her just for the fusion, or were attempting
a Synchro/Xyz Summon. Because Tamer Wen Special
Summons from the banished zone, she isn't an ideal
card during the first turn, unless you have an extra
Normal Summon available to you, as well as a
banished Ritual Beast.
Tamer Wen is a mid-game card that is an instant
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