This card can be used to Ritual Summon any "Nekroz" Ritual Monster. Tribute monsters from your hand or field, and/or banish "Nekroz" monsters from your Graveyard, then Ritual Summon 1 "Nekroz" Ritual Monster from your hand whose Level exactly equals the total Levels of those monsters. You can only use this effect of "Nekroz Mirror" once per turn. If you control no monsters: You can banish this card and 1 "Nekroz" monster from your Graveyard; add 1 "Nekroz" Spell Card from your Deck to your hand.
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Mar. 10, 2015
Nekroz Mirror is a Ritual Magic card, very
similar to yesterday. There are two key
differences between this and yesterday. The
Monsters used for Ritual Summon yesterday had to
come from the Hand and/or Extra Deck. Here,
they must come from the Hand or Field. Still
good, just not quite as versatile. Here,
you're also allowed to remove Nekroz Monsters from
your Graveyard to perform the Summon. So I
suppose it is as versatile on a second
thought...just in different ways. You don't
get the swarm potential you had yesterday, which I
think is the biggest downside from here to there,
but this is another very excellent and focal card in
the Nekroz arsenal. All that other print is
the same as yesterday.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Mirror mirror on the wall, which Nekroz will you
call? Nekroz Mirror is the second of three possible
“Nekroz” Ritual Spells to play in the deck. How it
differs from the other Ritual Spells is that this
card also involves using monsters in your grave as
tribute material, as well as the side effect of
banishing any of the monsters that may be “Nekroz”
monsters for the Ritual Summon.
The added benefit of the graveyard is great, but the
loss of your “Nekroz” monsters may come back once
you draw Cycle and don't have them in the graveyard
as a possible Ritual Summon target. The main target
for this card, as well as Nekroz Cycle (later this
week) is Shurit, Strategist of the Nekroz. Tribute
this guy in your hand with Mirror, he gets banished,
but he will still search out a Ritual “Nekroz” that
is a Warrior-Type, netting you a +1.
Even with the loss of your Nekroz monsters, this
card is a must in the deck. There are ways to get
back your banished cards (Necroface) and even if you
can't, you are likely running multiple copies of
almost any monster in the deck. At least 2 Mirror in
the deck. Not as good as Kaleidoscope or Cycle, but
still pretty good.
Until Next Time
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