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I watched it for a couple years. And that's some great fanart to boot!
Smae reason I know of it. Though didn't they already have a math and science cartoon?
They had Zoom! and a few others, but those were more real-life ones and not cartoonish. Off top of head, I know there was Sid the Science Kid (albeit more investigative type and less of the actual science fields) and Peg+Cat for math (but basic counting and stuff). I didn't watch either of them so idk; former no longer airs and I think latter still airs down here (idk if mainland canceled it).
Both of them were geared towards little kids though; not for stuff that should be taught in grade school or something.
Reinforcements from Castle Walls is generally okay for casual settings, but most you're using this for is just pushing for game somewhat if you can mill everything. Least the hand activation helps somewhat.
Accumulated is alright, I suppose. Foolish Burial Goods is faster, albeit doesn't change its name to help with stuff.
Bad Goblin is fine, considering face-down banishing is usually a good way to screw over the opponent's stuff. Not sure what Decks would even run both, but yeah, no one's complaining about a mill 3 that can banish stuff instead.
Major problem is that it still requires you to dump multiple copies into the GY to get added effects (which isn't particularly feasible right now), so probably why Konami stopped doing this.