If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; change it to face-down Defense Position. During either player's turn, if this card is in your Graveyard: You can banish 7 other cards from your hand, field, and/or Graveyard; Special Summon this card.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 is Horrible.
3 is Average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2017
When I first reviewed the Level 4 Fairy Tail – Snow,
I wasn't very favorable towards it.
Whenever Normal or Special Summoned it getting an
optional Book of Moon effect is great, and its stats
aren't bad either for a Level 4. Good support behind
it as well. The second effect is what always stops
the monster from being better than it could be.
The ability to Special Summon itself on either
players turn is great, especially since that will
lead into the Book of Moon effect Snow has, it's the
cost. Seven cards from the hand, field, and/or grave
is a high cost. In the late game it is much easier
to fuel, and could be a saving move against an
opponent, even more so if you are in the midst of a
Rating change because of mid-to-late-game potential.
Draw her early and you have a decent monster, loaded
in the grave for reuse as long as you have the
I love this card. Though she didn't make the top
10, Fairy Tail - Snow is good in many decks and
necessary in some others. Activating good effects
during either turn is great. Having 1850 Atk is also
good for Level 4 monsters. My score of 3 the last
time this card was reviewed still stands because she
can't win the game on her own. She is a great combo
card for Synchro or Rank 4 XYZ decks. Or she can
just block some attacks if you have the banishment
resources. Don't forget she's in the grave and you
should always have a decent option.
Fairy Tail-Snow. Let us take a moment and
admire the cuteness and beauty in this card.
Second, yes, the puns in this family of cards naming
is delicious (Fairy tail equaling Fairytale, in
addition to the actual tails). So a Light
Monster, and Level 4, with 1850 attack (monsters who
have x50 attack or defense irk me for no particular
reason) and 1000 defense. I kinda feel she
should be Earth, as snow is an element, and
elemental cards should be Earth, but that's just me.
When Normal or Special Summoned, you can change a
card your opponent controls to face-down Defense
position. In addition, here you're allowed to
Special Summon this card from your Graveyard,
(during either players' turn) by removing seven
cards from play. These cards can come from
your Hand, Field, and/or Graveyard. There
aren't a great deal of these cards available yet, so
it could be difficult to construct a Deck that would
really work as of now. I assume the seven card
removal is reminiscent of the seven dwarfs, ala,
Snow (White) in the name of the card.
Art: 5/5 Pretty cute
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