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Number C50: Redship of Brick (Insert Commodores Reference Here)

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but come one folks do you not see how I could be jamming to this while making this card?




[spoiler=Number C50: Redship of Brick: Info]

DARK/Plant-Type Xyz Effect Monster/Rank 5/2600 ATK/2000 DEF


Lore: 3 Level 5 monsters

You can also Xyz Summon this card by discarding 1 Spell, then using a Rank 4 or lower Plant Xyz Monster you control as material. (Transfer its materials to this card.) If you discarded a "Rank-Up" Spell and targeted "Number 50: Blackship of Corn" this way, the following effects become Quick Effects. You can only use each of these effects of "Number C50: Redship of Brick" once per turn.
• During the Battle Phase: You can send 1 face-up monster on the field to the GY.
• You can detach 1 material from this card; negate the next activated Spell/Trap effect this turn and all other monster effects in this card's Chain.



Wow, taking a second look at this and that negation effect could be crazy. If it were Quick.
So I've decided to try my paw at a forgotten area of Xyz (well, unless you're Slackermagician): the Number C's. This is something small I cooked up, for potential use in Plant Decks, as a way to give them something for them not getting Aromaseraphy Jasmine. Now every Rank 4 or lower Plant has a nice little ditty to go into, though I do worry about the potential for R4NK shenanigans. Hence the "Rank-Up" distinction.
Good luck getting that in hand easy now that the cheapest GY-retrieval one's....
...mah boi. 
Till the next card folks and fancies, reviews, revelry, you know the drill.
BD'S, signing off.

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Sounds interesting, it can force a Spell/Trap negation in a far more interesting and skillfull way that yet another blanket negation.

Beyond that I like the design of this card being summonable without RUMs and being quickplay with a RUM.

Honestly this is how Number Cs should have been designed.

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