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Lunalight Tiger
- #SHVI-EN013

Pendulum Effect Once per turn: You can target 1 "Lunalight" monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it, but it cannot attack, its effects are negated, also it is destroyed during the End Phase. Monster Effect If this card on the field is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can target 1 "Lunalight" monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it. You can only use this effect of "Lunalight Tiger" once per turn.

Card Rating
Advanced: 3.00 

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


Date Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2016

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RCG
Lunalight Tiger
 
Tiger is a solid supporting piece for Lunalights, but doesn’t do anything special. The pendulum effect to summon a dead piece from the grave is nice when you have Poly in hand or you have a Blue Cat (or another Tiger) in grave that can be destroyed for a plus at the end phase. But because pendulum summoning is rarely done in Lunalight decks (thanks to Wolf’s very restrictive presence), Tiger doesn’t give that extra oomph that pendulum monsters normally provide over other continuous spell cards. And since Tiger doesn’t go the grave, reusing her monster effect is also rare. What else can be said?
 
Overall Tiger isn’t as important as Wolf to the theme, even though at least 1-2 copies should be used in every variation of Lunalights. Her abilities are too passive for the current insanely speedy environment, and until more Lunalight pendulums are released, she’s a nonfactor as a pendulum monster. Sure she has the effect to summon a Lunalight monster from the graveyard, including any of the fusions, which is why she should always be included, but relying on monsters to be destroyed in anything other than Metalfoes decks never works out in the long run. However, like Wolf, I give Tiger a half tick more in future potential rating because I expect future Lunalight support to come.
 
Advanced: 2.5/5
Future Potential: 3/5

Baneful
  • This card is basically like Plushfire for Lunalights.
  • It replaces itself when destroyed as either a monster and pendulum.
  • Since you can revive monsters both when it's a monster and a pendulum, it can be used many times.
  • Since the Pendulum effect is OPT, you immediately recoup your card advantage you used to play this card.
  • Like all revival cards, it may be weak early game, but you don't need very many Lunalights in grave to get this card going.
  • This card is essential for all Lunalight decks.  Use 3 of them.

4/5


Kingof
Lullaby

Hello Pojo Fans,
 
Lunalight Tiger is a monster for the archetype that facilitates more Fusion summons. Whether a monster or a Pendulum Monster, Tiger is going to likely be getting you another Lunalight to use for material for a summon or card effect.
 
As a Pendulum Monster you can SS a Lunalight from your grave, but being material for another summon or card effect is all that monster will be good for, as it can't attack and effect(s) are negated. This is still a good effect, as you can Fusion summon quickly in the deck, use the monster Special Summoned as a tribute for a card effect/monster, or, in the case of Lunalight Cat Dancer, gain an effect off its destruction at the end of the turn. Use Tiger's effect, Special Summon another Lunalight, destroy Tiger with  Luster Pendulum, the Dracoslayer and get another to use its effect again, setting up Cat Dancer.
 
As a monster you can Special Summon a Lunalight from your grave upon Tiger's destruction in any fashion. Now the Lunalight you summon will have an effect, which gives you more options to work with. With effects and attacking now available, Fusion Summons can come quicker as well as swarming the field. Tiger doesn't have much when it comes to ATK, and it is one of only 2 LIGHT Lunalight monsters, so it doesn't gel well with any DARK support you may be packing in the deck, but Tiger will set up your Fusion plays.
 
Advanced-3/5
Art-3/5
 
Until Next Time


Warlockblitz
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Lunalight Tiger is a Level 3 Light Beast-Warrior type Pendulum monster with 1200 Atk and 800 Def and Scales of 5. I don't know why, but I wish this monster was a Tuner. A Level 3 Tuner could have really made up for the fact that the Scales of 5 can't Pendulum Summon the other themed Pendulum monster from yesterday. Both Pendulum Lunalights are Light so again, no Allure of Darkness. 1200 Atk is laughable. The stats are bad, and the effects are really bad to be drawn during the first turn. 
 
The Pendulum effect doesn't restrict the monsters that can be Pendulum Summoned, which is good. The real effect is once per turn Lunalight Tiger can target to Special Summon a heavily neutered Lunalight monster from the grave. That monster doesn't have effects, can't attack, and is destroyed during the End Phase. Unless you have the benefit of going second, this card won't help you OTK in the first turn. Either the grave isn't set up yet or no attacking. The monster effect is certainly better, but again, not during the turn of no attacking. If Tiger is destroyed from the field, it can Special Summon a Lunalight monster except itself. This effect is a hard once per turn and targets the monster in the grave. However, the Lunalight Special Summoned has no restrictions, and this effect can be activated during the opponent's turn. 

The only good effect is the monster effect, but even that is problematic with removal cards that don't destroy existing everywhere. Run 2 at most in Lunalights. 
 
Score: 2.5/5
Art: 4/5
 
-WarlockBlitz


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