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"D/D Savant Aristotle" and "D/D Savant Plato"

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Carnwennan

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D/D Savant Aristotle
Fiend/Pendulum/Tuner/Effect/Level 2/ATK 300/DEF 0/DARK/Pendulum Scale 13-13
Pendulum Effect
You cannot Pendulum Summon monsters, except "D/D" monsters. This effect cannot be negated.
Monster Effect
Each turn, the first time a card would be sent from the field to your opponent's Graveyard, banish it instead.

The new rules already fixed Tuner Pendulum Monsters, while D/D have almost no incentive to Pendulum Summon.

D/D Savant Plato
Fiend/Pendulum/Effect/Level 8/ATK 1100/DEF 2800/DARK/Pendulum Scale 0-0
Pendulum Effect
You cannot Pendulum Summon monsters, except "D/D" monsters. This effect cannot be negated. During your Main Phase, if you Pendulum Summoned this turn, while you have a "D/D" card in your other Pendulum Zone: You can Special Summon all cards in your Pendulum Zones, but your opponent takes no damage for the rest of this turn. You can only use this effect of "D/D Savant Plato" once per turn.
Monster Effect
Once per turn: You can Fusion Summon 1 "D/D/D" Fusion Monster, using monsters you control as Fusion Materials.

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Fruiota_Hiroshi

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Definitely less overpowered than the Supreme King Gates. I like that you made Aristotle and Plato more balanced than Zero and Infinity. (That was something I'd never expect to say.)




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