2 or more "Number" Xyz Monsters, with the same Rank, that have Xyz Material
Once per turn: You can Special Summon Rank 9 or lower "Number" monsters with 3000 or less ATK that have different Ranks from each other from your Extra Deck, up to the number of Xyz Materials with different names attached to this card, but their effects are negated, then detach 1 Xyz Material from this card. For the rest of this turn, unless this effect was negated, you cannot Special Summon, and any battle damage your opponent takes becomes halved. While you control another "Number" Xyz Monster, this card cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects.
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Date Reviewed: Sep. 26, 2016
At first, the summoning condition sounds
daunting, but it’s not that hard. So once you
overcome the initial scare, the question for Number
93 is: does the benefit outweigh the cost? Well, it
depends on the deck, but it’s probably too high
Two rank 4 Numbers monsters are easy in the proper
deck. Usually revolving around Utopia builds, Kaiser
can be brought out in one turn decently, depending
on the hand. And its best friend is probably the
Clownblade combo, which doesn’t make Kaiser’s cost
efficient, but at least reduces the burden. So what
can be done when it’s brought out? Well
unfortunately, Kaiser doesn’t keep the materials of
the monsters it used to XYZ summon it, and that may
be its ultimate undoing. If you used only two
monsters, then by the time you use his effect,
you’re left with only one material on Kaiser, which
could be good enough, but maybe not.
Most commonly, Kaiser would bring out two 3000 ATK
beatsticks. You would only get to deal half damage
that turn, but that’s normally not bad. It’s the
second restriction that really binds up Kaiser.
There are a slew of plays one could normally do with
free Number XYZ monsters. For instance, Numbers 53
and Number 37 each have graveyard effects. And then
there’s Utopia and Shark Drake which have C. chaos
options. And then there’s Rank-Up options. But those
all require you to be able to continue to special
summon in a timely manner to be optimal, but you
can’t. And let’s not forget that a true Kaiser build
would want to have a toolbox to summon whatever you
need given the situation, but there’s only 15 spaces
in the extra deck. You’re limited there, too.
I feel like Kaiser could one day be abused, as
almost any card that summons any option from the
extra deck so freely ends up being, but it doesn’t
have that ability today. And even building a deck
around him isn’t effective, as being unable to
special summon or launch massive attacks in one
strike is a huge blow that can’t really be avoided.
Welcome Back from the weekend, the vacation, or
just waking up. Number 93: Utopia Kaiser is a very
splashable monster in the Extra Deck. It's still
difficult to summon requiring 2 Same Rank Number XYZ
Monsters that both have to have XYZ Material. Rank
12 with 2500 Atk is low. The self protection from
all forms of destruction is good. The power effect
is the ability to Special Summon Rank 9 or lower
different Ranks Number XYZ Monsters up to the number
of Utopia Kaiser's material with different names.
Those monsters are effect negated, but they can
attack. You have to give up 1 XYZ material, future
Special Summons that turn, and the ability to do
full damage to the opponent. All battle damage is
halved, unless the effect is negated, but if you get
Striked, then this monster won't be on the field
either, and you'll have given up a lot of field
presence. This prize card will be difficult to get,
but even when reprinted, running 1 might be very
surprising. Then again, it could just be Kaijued
away. We'll see.
Score: 4/5 A long and growing list of support for an
Art: 5/5 Regal and Awesome.
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