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Spell Canceller

17 February 2018 - 09:33 PM

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Spell Canceller
WIND/Machine/Effect
Level: 5
ATK: 1800
DEF: 1600

As long as this card remains face-up on the field, Spell Cards cannot be activated. The effects of all Spell Cards are also negated.

 

Searchable by Qliphort Genius.

Firewall Dragon & Saryuja can Special Summon it from the hand.

Needlefiber + O-lion --> Summon Sorceress can Summon it, too.

If they ever become meta, F.A. can Transmodify it from a Level 4.

 

Thoughts on this? Could it be the next pro tech?


[Written] Executor Knight Parshath - want help for fixing it

04 February 2018 - 10:13 AM

Executor Knight Parshath
Attribute: LIGHT
Type: Fairy/Link/Effect
Rating: 2
Link Markers: middle-left, bottom-right
ATK: 1900
2 LIGHT monsters, including at least 1 Fairy monster
While this card is on the field or in the GY, you can activate Counter Trap Cards from your hand during your turn. If "The Sanctuary in the Sky" is face-up on the field, you can also activate them during your opponent's turn. If the LP of either player is reduced: You can draw 1 card. You can target 1 Spell/Trap you control: Destroy it, and if you do, Special Summon 1 Fairy monster with 1900 or less ATK from your Deck or GY. You can only use each effect of "Executor Knight Parshath" once per turn.

 

So after the Parshath Link monster posted recently I decided to make my own take on it. Everything was going fine, until I got this. I thought it would be a potent addition for Counter Fairies... until I realized Trickstars would have a lot of fun with it, and most likely not in a fair way.

I'm not comfortable with how the card currently is, but my issue is that I like the 3 effects and IDK which of those I can take out and/or water down to better tailor it for Counter Fairies, without messing too much with Trickstars. I definitely want it to keep the first one, since it's what sparked my idea on a Link Monster for Counter Fairies, while the other 2 are equally good IMO, but problematic when combined. I guess the question is which of the 2 is the more appropriate effect to keep, and the other one can be either watered down, removed, or replaced for a minor effect.

 

To elaborate a bit more on the effects, the first effect is intended to patch up the inherent slowness of Counter Fairies, when they go second and sometimes have to face an already established board. The second effect is intended to reward you when you inflict battle damage as a nod to the Level5 Parshath, as well as when you pay LP for your cards, including the Solemn traps. Of course, this would also end up giving you a card through the burns from Trickstars. The third effect is mainly intended to make Ariadne float, also make use of otherwise dead copies of Sanctuary of the Sky, and Counter Traps that were drawn a bit too late to stop the opponent and you want a more active play by turning it into a monster. It also gives it some potential as a semi-splashable tech in LIGHTs decks with a handful of Fairies.

Also keep in mind this is Summonable by the Parshath Counter Trap.

 

Any suggestions?


[Witten + Image] Mist Valley Vanguard - Link2 for Mist Valleys

04 February 2018 - 06:02 AM

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Artist: Ozyako

 

Mist Valley Vanguard
Attribute: WIND
Type: Winged Beast/Link/Effect
Rating: 2
Link Markers: bottom-left, bottom-right
ATK: 1700
2 WIND monsters, including at least 1 Spellcaster, Thunder or Winged Beast monster
If this card is Link Summoned: You can Special Summon 1 "Mist Valley" monster from your Deck or GY, but its ATK/DEF become 0, also return it to the hand during the End Phase. (Quick Effect): You can target 1 WIND monster this card points to and 1 face-up card your opponent controls; return those targets to the hand. You can only use each effect of "Mist Valley Vanguard" once per turn.

 

 

I first made this card for the "Support an archetype" thread, but I liked the idea so I'm bringing it it this section. However, I made some changes, like the type from Thunder to Winged Beast, to go more in theme with the artwork I found, as well as "Mist Valley Shaman" as this card's attire more or less resembles hers, at least the colors.

Anyway, this card is intended to both support Mist Valleys, and possibly turn them into an engine. For starters, it searches for a Mist Valley in Needlefiber-style, giving some speed to Mist Valley decks, as well as materials for laddering if your are splashing them in WIND decks, while the second effect gives it some stun power if you decide to leave it on the board with a flavorful bounce effect characteristic of Mist Valleys, and can also enable combos along Divine Wind of Mist Valley, Mist Valley Thunderbird, etc.

Of course, an amusing interaction is searching for Apex Avian and pressure the opponent during your turn so you can follow up with plays more safely, and at the End Phase it's bounced back to your hand.

Considering that Mist Valley Watcher is a Normal, it may be possible to arrange some sort of engine involving this, Watcher, Rabbit and 1 Apex Avian.

 

 

Thoughts?


Mecha Phantom Beast O-Lion

03 February 2018 - 01:00 PM

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Mecha Phantom Beast O-Lion

Attribute: WIND
Type: Machine/Tuner/Effect
Level: 2
ATK: 600
DEF: 1000

You can banish this card from your Graveyard; immediately after this effect resolves, Normal Summon 1 "Mecha Phantom Beast" monsterfrom your hand. While you control a Token, this card cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects. If this card is sent to the Graveyard: You can Special Summon 1 "Mecha Phantom Beast Token" (Machine-Type/WIND/Level 3/ATK 0/DEF 0). You can only use this effect of "Mecha Phantom Beast O-Lion" once per turn.

 

I have seen this card pop up in some gameplays. The main thing about it is that it's searchable by Needlefiber, and can be used for a Link 3 that it will generate a Token to further follow up with Link plays. A recurring play I see with this is going for Summon Sorceress as the Link3 and target the Token to Summon a Machine from the Deck, namely an ABC monster or an F.A. Also it's a WIND/Machine, sharing its typing with F.A.s for whatever that's worth. And I noticed it's 200 ATK short from getting Squire support, what a bummer.

 

Thoughts on this card? Could it become a relevant card for Link laddering, even outside of Machine decks? Unless it already is and I missed it somehow.


Reverted avatar

30 January 2018 - 05:32 AM

My avatar was changed to one I have used in the past. Why did this happen? Was I the only one?