oh and no, this card is not born from a satanic ritual like the game it was based on no matter how loudly your opponent invokes Satan's nemesis when it pops onto the board keep your hats on folks.
Jokes about very tragic and terridumb theories on RPGs aside, this card was something I made in reference to how one would imagine a fight against a final D&D boss would go-something that demands highpower monsters step aside for its birth, protects itself from the opponent's monster trickery, and punished most every route the opponent went to get around it. So one has to go out of the way to get rid of this in a way that DOESN'T lose you your board.
Plus, Rock monsters having powerful but rare support is something I kinda lampooned a couple cards earlier yesteryear, so a generic LV9 that only needs ONE resource on board to make can easily countermand into bigger and better things, (coughCalamitiescoughEnterblathnircough)
So, until the next card? Reviews, revelry, you know the drill.
BD'S, signing off.