Monday, 13 December 2010

Yu-Gi-Oh Card Review: Wattdragonfly

Greetings Yu-Gi-Oh peoples!

I probably wont do another review until after christmas, so i want to wish you all a merry christmas. I hope you get whatever yu-gi-oh related presents you wanted.

I dreamt that santa gave me a playset of Pot of Duality. Fingers crossed!

Anyway, up for review today is Wattdragonfly. Watts have been getting some pretty bad support, and only a few ever make it into the deck. If you look at Wattgiraffe, Wattcube and Wattwoodpecker, you can see that they have some potential to be explosive when they have the right cards.

Wattdragonfly says "Merry Christmas!"

This card gives the deck some consistency and should be played. when destroyed (by either battle or card effect), you can special summon one watt monster from your deck.

It's as simple as that. It searches, it keeps monsters on the field, and its reliable. If your opponent does not want you to search, they have to rely on cards that bypass its requirements like dimensional prison or compulsory evacuation device.

Its a really good topdeck to push for damage late game. Since you can special summon any watt monster, you can ram this into a monster with higher attack (since this card has only 900 attack, that shouldn't be a problem) and get a wattgiraffe or wattpheasant. Then attack for at least 1k.

Simply put, if you play watts, or thinking of playing watts. Definately play this in 3s.

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