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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh! Card of the Day
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Performapal Odd-Eyes Unicorn
- #SHVI-EN004

Pendulum Effect Once, while this card is in your Pendulum Zone, when an "Odd-Eyes" monster you control declares an attack: You can target 1 other "Performapal" monster you control; that attacking monster gains ATK equal to the original ATK of the targeted monster on the field, until the end of the Battle Phase (even if this card leaves the field). Monster Effect When this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can target 1 "Performapal" monster in your Graveyard; gain LP equal to its ATK.

Card Rating
Advanced: 3 

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


Date Reviewed:
June 1, 2016

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RCG

Performapal Odd-Eyes Unicorn

 

Right off the bat, I’ll say the effects of Unicorn aren’t that special. What makes him useful however, is the fact that his scale is 8. No other performapal has that high of a scale except skullcrobat, and how often do you pass on normal summoning your only skull for the chance to pendulum summon level 7’s?

 

He’s a level 1, which is not my favorite. There’s quite a few combos related to level 1 monsters, but he can’t be pendulum summoned, which means his monster effect almost never goes off. Unicorn’s pendulum effect is useful and not to be underestimated, but it’s nothing spectacular. Even so, Unicorn is a crucial card for the Odd-Eyes theme as three of the biggies are level 7. This provides the main and only source to pendulum summon them. Not only that, but Unicorn is especially effective paired with Odd-Eyes Persona Dragon. Since Unicorn sits in the extra deck, Persona makes use of him by his effect to place an Odd-Eyes monster from the extra deck into a zone.

 

Crucial for odd-eyes, Unicorn is an excellent pendulum monster. He’s not limited to only certain pendulum summonings, he’s searchable with a great scale, and he’s got a reasonable effect that can turn the tide in a pinch. If you’re interested in odd-eyes (which has the greatest potential for future expansion of any card in the game, because it’s the ace card of Arc-V’s protagonist) then you’re running this and loving it.

 

Advanced: 3.5/5

Future Potential: 4/5


Warlockblitz
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It's just a scale. Performapal Odd-Eyes Unicorn is a Level 1 Light Beast-type Pendulum monster with 100 Atk 600 Def and Scales of 8. The only parts that matter are that it's unlimited, the name works with 2 archetypes, and the Scales. I'm glad the Scales have no restriction on what you can Pendulum Summon. 
 
The Pendulum effect is an attack booster. However it only works on Odd-Eyes monsters that are declaring an attack on an opponent's monster. You can only do it once until you activate another Unicorn and the boost only lasts until the end of the Battle Phase. The monster effect is worse in that when Performapal Odd-Eyes Unicorn is Normal or Special Summoned you can gain Life Points equal to the attack of a Performapal monster in your grave. How many strong Performapals do you know about? So first turn, Unicorn gains nothing, and later turns your Performapals will be in the Extra Deck. The only reasons to run this are for the Scales and the archetype synergy. 
 
Score: 2.5/5 Decent Unrestricted High Scale. 
Art: 4/5 A successful merger. 
 
-WarlockBlitz


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