You can banish this card from your Graveyard; Special Summon 1 "Speedroid" Tuner monster from your hand or Graveyard, except "Speedroid Den-Den Daiko Duke". You can only use this effect of "Speedroid Den-Den Daiko Duke" once per turn.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible.
3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2016
This is one of those monsters limited not by his own
abilities, but by his lack of options. And that’s
encouraging because that can be easily rectified.
Currently Daiko Duke has only two targets: Tri-Eyed
Dice and Red-Eyed Dice, so relying on one of those
to be in the grave is not ideal, even in a dedicated
Speedroid deck. And this is why Daiko Duke is
normally run just as tech. He has a great effect in
theory, but needs more targets.
However, it’s important to note that Speedroids are
used by an important character in Arc-V, and that
character has used other Speedroid monsters such as
OMK Gum, which is a tuner, that we can expect to be
released at one point or another. So while Daiko
Duke isn’t very good now, he could be much better in
• Akin to Plaguespreader Zombie, it's a mill-able floater that can be used as a tuner itself and then revive another tuner.
• If you're using more than 1 copy of this card, or other banish-cards, Burial from a Different Dimension is a good way to recycle it.
• A must have card for Speedroid decks.
• This card won't make Speedroids high tier, but it will help them be playable (it's good support nonetheless).
Speedroid Den-Den Daiko Duke is a long name. It is also a Level 3 Wind
Machine-type Tuner monster with 1000 Atk and 1000 Def. This Speedroid is not
part of the Speedroid engine ironically, so it fails by comparison to other
Speedroid cards already. Level 3 is good. Tuner makes sense for the theme. That
Atk and that Def are bad. Wind can be surprising, and Machines have support, but
I don't think the support for either comes into play in Speedroid decks.
Speedroid D-DDD has a hard once per turn effect that can't target itself. It can
banish itself from the grave to Special Summon any other Speedroid Tuner monster
from the hand or grave. Unfortunately, there are not that many Speedroid Tuner
monsters for Speedroid D-DDD to get. It's not a quick effect either, so this has
no utility during the opponent's turn to attempt a block. It also does hardly
anything on the field. By itself, it's a Wind Speedroid for other cards to
Special Summon themselves, and that's not really good enough.
Score: 2/5 eh
Art: 2/5 Royal frufru jester bot?
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