"Edge Imp Sabres" + 1 or more "Fluffal" monsters
When this card is Fusion Summoned: You can target cards on the field, up to the number of Fusion Materials used for its Fusion Summon; destroy them. All "Frightfur" monsters you control gain 300 ATK for each "Fluffal" monster and "Frightfur" monster you control. You can only control 1 "Frightfur Tiger".
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3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
January 5, 2016
Frightfur Tiger is the first “Frightfur” monster
profiled on Pojo. With 9 targets to fulfill one of
the fusion requirements (6 of them EARTH-based),
having monsters available for the Fusion Summon of
this monster shouldn't be hard. Edge Imp Sabres can
also be filled in using a Fusion-substitute if
needed, or it can be thrown into the graveyard and
then Special Summoned later using its effect.
The more “Fluffal” monsters you use in the Fusion
Summon, the better. Controlled extensive destruction
is a great effect to have upon summoning, and with
at least one card being destroyed when Fusion
Summoned, Frightfur Tiger has removal power.
Regarding easier massive field clearing potential,
use “Frightfur Fusion” to use “Fluffal” monsters and
even Edge Imp Sabers in your graveyard for the
summon, conserving on the field “Fluffal” monsters.
A late-game “Frightfur Fusion can clear the entire
board. Tiger can get rid of your own cards as well,
activating their effects or clearing spaces for
more-needed cards. “Fluffal Mouse” can make this
summon easier as well. Activate its effect, Special
Summon 2 more copies of “Fluffal Mouse”, then Fusion
Summon Tiger and destroy up to 4 cards on the field
(Edge Imp Sabres can't be Special Summoned this turn
due to “Fluffal Mouse” effect).
Tiger can increase its attack, but you need to keep
those “Fluffal” monsters on the field. Frightfur
monsters give it a boost as well, making certain
that Tiger will be at least 2400 after its
summoning. If you need just an attacker you can also
use “Instant Fusion” to summon this monster without
activating its effect.
A great monster for its archetype, but that's about
Until Next Time
Reviewing Fusion monsters always makes me miss
Shaddolls. Frightfur Tiger is a Level 6 Dark
Fiend-type Fusion Monster with 1900 Atk and 1200
Def. Frightfurs and Fluffals have some funky
support, so the name is good. I believe the stats
are low for a Level 6 monster. This tiger is Fusion
Summoned with a name specific Edge Imp Sabres and 1
or more other Fluffal monsters. Since it has a name,
Fusion Conscription could come into play.
After a successful Fusion Summon, you can target and
destroy cards on the field up to the number of
Materials used for the Fusion Summon. With many
things being immune to destruction or targeting (or
both) it is good to know that you can pop a bunch of
back row threats or your own scales. I say a bunch
because the ideal scenario is to use Frightfur
Fusion to banish cards from the graveyard to Fusion
Summon this card for maximum destruction. I would
have preferred the effect to have been on Special
Summon, but that might be too good. Finally, for
every Frightfur and Fluffal monster you control,
Frightfur monsters gain 300 Atk. So, with the right
swarm, this card could target things in the way and
attack for decent damage.
I've been lucky to get my paws on some actual
copies of this and yesterday's card so that I can
look at them more thoroughly. And already, I'm
seeing an improvement over Tzolkin; Frightfur Tiger
seems way more easy to summon and WAY more fun to
play with. You can fuse as many Fluffal monsters as
you want with Edge Imp Sabres, and you can
potentially wipe your opponent's field clean based
on how many Fluffals you've just fused Tiger with.
The effect also works on your own cards- meaning,
you could destroy them too, but that's only if you
feel the need to do so. The option's there, just
This card also has a power boost: all Frightfurs get
+300 ATK for each Fluffal and Frightfur monster you
control, so really this bad kitty starts with 2200
ATK from its own boost. A good monster to start with
early on, and it only gets stronger with the more
Fluffals/Frightfurs on the field. The theme still
isn't all that competitive, but this is a step in
the right direction.
Final Score: 5 / 5 (It's grrrrrrRREAT! .....For the
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