When this card is Normal Summoned: You can Special Summon 1 Level 1 LIGHT Tuner monster from your hand. You can target 1 Effect Monster you control; send it to the Graveyard, and if you do, Special Summon 1 "Blue-Eyes" monster from your hand. You can only use this effect of "Protector with Eyes of Blue" once per turn.
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June 13, 2016
We start Blue-Eyes week with Protector, one of three
new level 1 tuners. Each of the three spellcasters
have two effects, one that lets you gain or special
summon another tuner when normal summoned, and a
second effect that lets you special summon a
Blue-Eyes monster for a Blue-Eyes Spirit or Azure
Now I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or a bad thing
considering Blue-Eyes is wreaking havoc in the OCG,
but two of these three support monsters are not very
good, and Protector is one of them. It’s strange,
but Sage with Eyes of Blue easily got the superior
effect in both instances, exponentially so. Sage
searches the deck and summons from the deck, while
Master and Protector can only do things in the hand
and graveyard. It’s very weird indeed that they
weren’t split up more evenly. But as a result, Sage
is being run in multiples while Protector and Master
aren’t really seeing the light of day, and for good
reason. 2-3 Sage and 2-3 Maiden is more than enough
Outside of Blue-Eyes decks, Protector doesn’t have
value, so he has weak future potential.
First, you take a -1 by summoning this card alone
because it only has 400 ATK. Special Summoning
a monster from your hand is nice, but it doesn't
grant you any resources. In fact, that's already 2
cards out of your hand. Then you have to send
a monster to the graveyard (that's another -1).
Then you Special Summon another monster from your
hand (that's another card out of the hand).
Maybe if it Summoned that Blue-Eyes or that tuner
from the deck, it may have been good.
It's bad though. It's overly dependent on
other cards. This card is weak, it minuses and
aside from helping to make Synchros (in a way that's
less convenient than the old fashioned way), it does
Hey everyone. I'm back from a day of recovery. I
hope you enjoyed CatlockBlitz's review. Anyway,
Protector with Eyes of Blue is a Level 1 Light
Spellcaster-type Tuner monster with 800 Atk and 1300
Def. The only stats that matter are that he is a
Level 1 Light Tuner. In a Blue-Eyes deck he isn't as
good as Sage, but that has nothing to do with his
Protector with Eyes of Blue has 2 effects. The first
is upon Normal Summon, he lets you Special Summon 1
Level 1 Light Tuner monster from your Hand. He can
summon another copy of himself, or if you have
access to multiple Normal Summons, can use this
effect multiple times in one turn. The second effect
is to target any effect monster including himself to
Special Summon any Blue-Eyes monster from your Hand.
That effect can only be used once per turn. The
problem with these effects is they make you lose a
lot of cards from your Hand with the end result
being one Blue-Eyes monster on the field. He does
trigger other effects by targeting them, but there
will be times when you can't activate either effect
because you don't have the appropriate card in your
Score: 3/5 Not the best, not the worst monster with
Eyes of Blue.
Art: 4/5 Not protecting much with those stats.
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