Dream Card blizara, dragon of the ice barrier
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Dream Card "blizara, dragon of the ice barrier"
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Subject: Like a goyo guardian Posted: April 14, 2011 06:06 pm
The effect seems relatively good and original but for a level 6 synchro its attack is too high. As a level 8 or maybe even as a level 7 would such a high attack make sense. Other than that good job!
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Subject: Posted: April 16, 2011 05:08 pm
I agree in every word with saint, for a level 6 synchro its attack is too high but the effect is unique and good... Though, Right now, "Goyo Guardian", "Koalo-Koala" and "Infernal Incinerator" have the highest original ATK for Level 6 monsters in the game (2800)...
Since you most resummon this monster, the effect or the summoning can be negated and the cards removed from play would be lost. This card combines something like Gungnir, Dragon of the Ice Barrie and Drill Warrior.
The greatest weakness of this card is its greatest strength, you do not destroy cards in the instant you use the removing effect, you wait till your next turn. Though is a great effect against continuous spells and traps, immortal monsters (spirit reaper, shiba-warrior taro, etc) or monster that are special summoned during your turn, its effect most be used carefully.
If your opponent has two cards on its side of the field, and you discard two cards and remove this monster, you cant be sure that those two cards would stay on your opponent side of the field. For example: You discard two cards, so you can destroy two cards on your opponent side on the field, since he/she has two cards face-down. During your opponent's turn he/she activates both cards and sent them to the graveyard or activates something to take them out of play. This means that when blizara is summoned, you would still have to destroy two cards on the field, two cards on your side of the field (blizara and something else).
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