Welcome Pojoites, to Rivals of the Pharoah.
It looks like we're getting some anime cards from
the villains. Finally. But Silver's Cry
is not one of the new cards. It's been out for
a while. Since it's a quick play spell with no
costs, it's quick and easy to activate, so it has
aged better than your average card.
It only revives Normal Dragon-type monsters.
Normal monsters in and of themselves are obsolete
nowadays. It's not enough to have good stats.
You need a good effect too. But some decks
support Normal Monsters by name. Red-Eyes,
Blue-Eyes, etc. Very specific decks use this.
Revive a powerful beat-stick and attack with it.
Can help with regaining field advantage or OtKing.
Can be used defensively, as its chainable.
Unlike other revival cards, you get to keep your
monster after the End Phase.
Won't be seen in competitive play much, but good for
Silver's Cry is a very straightforward QuickPlay
Spell Card. It revives any Dragon-type Normal
Monster from the grave with the only downside of
being limited to one activation per turn. That's it.
Blue-Eyes, Red-Eyes, and Hieratic variants can all
utilize Silver's Cry. Being able to set it and
activate it during the opponent's turn is also nice.
Unfortunately, this card is frequently replaced with
Return of the True Dragon's due to that card's grave
effect and ability to summon monsters with effects.
Silver's Cry is still good, but isn't absolutely
necessary to run at 3.