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Seraph


This is the Seraph archetype, an archetype that mixes Ritual Monsters with Continuous Spell/Trap Cards, inspired by the "Fire Formation" real cards.
Any constructive feedback is greatly accepted, please leave your opinion!

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This is still in progress, which means new cards are still being added, so check back after a while to see new cards, or suggest new ones. smile.png


Check out my custom created archetypes - all of them have images and are very nicely-done and original.
Full Defense / Variabili / Ambush Tribe / Strife / Dwarves / Riposte /

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I love the idea. Ritual monsters don't see too much play and sets like these make me smile in the sheer fact that they are original and support a section of the game that is not overly and constantly abused. I am not too good at reviewing sets, for my attention span just doesn't last that long, but I can tell you right off what I like.

 

  • You kept with a theme. That is incredibly important when making a set, because otherwise you are just making a bunch of cards that Special Summon monsters with a similar name. I love the theme here, for not only did you stick with it, but it keeps the feel of Ritual Monsters.
  • You did something original. Too my knowledge, there hasn't been a card in print that can be Ritual Summoned by a Trap Card...although I don't exactly keep up with the Ritual end of the game. But the fact that these 'Ritual' cards actually have a use outside of just Ritual summoning makes me like the set that much more.
  • The pictures seem to share a the same tone. It is hard to find pictures that sync up the way that you have them pictured in your mind, so creating a set with pictures that seem to relate is always a bonus.

I can't wait to see some more, especially more ritual monsters!


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I love the idea. Ritual monsters don't see too much play and sets like these make me smile in the sheer fact that they are original and support a section of the game that is not overly and constantly abused. I am not too good at reviewing sets, for my attention span just doesn't last that long, but I can tell you right off what I like.

 

  • You kept with a theme. That is incredibly important when making a set, because otherwise you are just making a bunch of cards that Special Summon monsters with a similar name. I love the theme here, for not only did you stick with it, but it keeps the feel of Ritual Monsters.
  • You did something original. Too my knowledge, there hasn't been a card in print that can be Ritual Summoned by a Trap Card...although I don't exactly keep up with the Ritual end of the game. But the fact that these 'Ritual' cards actually have a use outside of just Ritual summoning makes me like the set that much more.
  • The pictures seem to share a the same tone. It is hard to find pictures that sync up the way that you have them pictured in your mind, so creating a set with pictures that seem to relate is always a bonus.

I can't wait to see some more, especially more ritual monsters!

 

Thanks for that bunch of compliments! lol I'm glad you like it and also thank you for the review. And check back later, new cards will come.


Check out my custom created archetypes - all of them have images and are very nicely-done and original.
Full Defense / Variabili / Ambush Tribe / Strife / Dwarves / Riposte /

Hellspawn / Retribution


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I love the idea. Ritual monsters don't see too much play and sets like these make me smile in the sheer fact that they are original and support a section of the game that is not overly and constantly abused. I am not too good at reviewing sets, for my attention span just doesn't last that long, but I can tell you right off what I like.

 

  • You kept with a theme. That is incredibly important when making a set, because otherwise you are just making a bunch of cards that Special Summon monsters with a similar name. I love the theme here, for not only did you stick with it, but it keeps the feel of Ritual Monsters.
  • You did something original. Too my knowledge, there hasn't been a card in print that can be Ritual Summoned by a Trap Card...although I don't exactly keep up with the Ritual end of the game. But the fact that these 'Ritual' cards actually have a use outside of just Ritual summoning makes me like the set that much more.
  • The pictures seem to share a the same tone. It is hard to find pictures that sync up the way that you have them pictured in your mind, so creating a set with pictures that seem to relate is always a bonus.

I can't wait to see some more, especially more ritual monsters!

 

 I will be following this too, Bleak, and half-heartedly agree with Renegade here. I may be back for a more detailed review later on, but Ritual monsters are often not played anymore simply due to the fact it costs a lot to bring them out. This set doesn't really do that, and that makes it loved by far for me. Will check back!


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