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Spirit Beast

"Ritual Beast" ("Besta Espiritual" em português) é um arquétipo de monstros de VENTO (com exceção de "Ritual Beast Ulti-Gaiapelio", que é um monstro de LUZ) que estreou na coleção As Forças Secretas. A ênfase de sua estratégia é a Fusão de Contato, banindo as Matérias de Fusão que você controla. Este arquétipo inclui os sub-arquétipos "Ritual Beast Tamer", composta por monstros humanoides do Tipo Psíquico, "Spiritual Beast", cujos membros são criaturas parecendo feras do Tipo Besta, Piro, Aqua e Trovão, e "Ritual Beast Ulti-", que são os Monstros de Fusão do arquétipo como um todo.

Este arquétipo parece ser os remanescentes/sucessores do arquétipo "Gusto" na linha do tempo de Arsenal Oculto (Hidden Arsenal), como "Ritual Beast Tamer Elder" é o "Kamui, Hope of Gusto" adulto. O símbolo de sua equipe é uma esfera cercada por uma estrela de quatro pontas (estilo diferente para cada par), que parece semelhante com a crista dos "Gusto", reforçando ainda mais a ligação entre eles. Além disso, a arte dos cards caracteriza a folhagem enrolada visto em muitos cards "Naturia", o que implica que estes monstros podem habitar na "Naturia Forest" (Floresta Naturia). Esta conexão é cimentada pela arte de "Ulti-Gaiapelio", que retrata "Naturia Gaiastrio", como parte de um par "Ritual Beast". Os Monstros de Fusão do arquétipo também servem como um retrocesso para os Monstros de Fusão "Gem-Knight" originais, formando a mesma trindade Piro - Aqua - Trovão (embora VENTO seja oposto a TERRA e com exceção de "Ulti-Gaiapelio", que é LUZ/Psíquico).

Abaixo está a lista dos membros originais do arquétipo e como eles estão relacionados uns com os outros.

Spiritual Beast Ritual Beast Tamer Ritual Beast Ulti-
Apelio Lara Ritual Beast Ulti-Apelio
Cannahawk Elder (Kamui) Ritual Beast Ulti-Cannahawk
Pettlephin Wen Ritual Beast Ulti-Pettlephin
Apelio + Naturia Gaiastrio Lara Ritual Beast Ulti-Gaiapelio

Estilo De Jogo

Each of the "Ritual Beast Tamer" monsters have a tendency of swarming the Field (with the exception of "Ritual Beast Tamer Zefrawendi"), in order to ease their Contact Fusion, either by Special Summoning one of the banished or deceased "Ritual Beast" monsters, allowing an extra Normal Summon, or even Summoning monster from the Deck or Extra Deck.

On the other hand, the "Spiritual Beast" monsters banish 1 "Ritual Beast" card from the Hand, Deck, Graveyard, or Extra Deck in order to get rid of problematic opposing cards, search for a card on the long run, give a power boost, or setting up combos, respectively.

Each of the Main Deck monsters also shares a restriction that only allows them to be Special Summoned once per turn.

The original "Ritual Beast Ulti-" Fusion Monsters are all Level 6 and their ATK and DEF have a sum of 3000. They have effects that are somehow related to their ATK and DEF stats:

  • "Ritual Beast Ulti-Cannahawk" has medium ATK and DEF and features a supportive effect that gives its owner card advantage by returning banished "Ritual Beast" cards to the Graveyard in order to search for resources;
  • "Ritual Beast Ulti-Apelio" has a high ATK and offensive effect that renders it immune to any effect while it is attacking;
  • "Ritual Beast Ulti-Gaiapelio" is the strongest among the "Ritual Beast Ulti-" monsters, with Level 10, 3200 ATK and an omnipotent effect that can negate the activation of any card or effect, putting heavy pressure on the opponent and preventing them from counterattacking; however, it has a more difficult Summoning requirement.

In addition, with the exception of "Ritual Beast Ulti-Gaiapelio", all of them share the following effect:

"During either player's turn: You can return this card you control to the Extra Deck, then target 2 of your banished monsters (1 "Ritual Beast Tamer" monster and 1 "Spiritual Beast" monster); Special Summon them in Defense Position."

This ace effect is one of their biggest strength; by utilizing it, they can dodge most dangerous cards, such as "Bottomless Trap Hole", "Number 101: Silent Honor ARK", "Scrap Dragon", etc. This ability also allows the player to utilize certain "Once per turn" effects multiple times per turn (mostly "Spiritual Beast" monsters and "Ritual Beast Ulti-Cannahawk"), effectively accumulating massive resources, enabling many combos, and often, leads into OTK in just a few turns.

The archetype also has a pair of Pendulum Monsters, "Ritual Beast Tamer Zeframpilica" and "Ritual Beast Tamer Zefrawendi", with Pendulum Scales of 1 and 7 respectively, allowing the Deck to Pendulum Summon.

Due to the Limitation of "Ritual Beast Ulti-Cannahawk" by the November 2015 Lists in TCG, the deck's major play becomes even riskier than usual, and somewhat suffers a consistency hit, but still quite powerful.

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Fraquezas

  • "Imperial Iron Wall", "Chaos Hunter" and "Artifact Lancea" prevents cards from being banished, preventing their Contact Fusion and most of their effects.
  • As all of their effects activates on the field, "Skill Drain" can be a nuisance for this deck. It won't stop them from conducting Contact Fusion or de-fusing, but does shut down the search effect of "Ulti-Cannahawk" (without its de-fuse trick), or most of its Main Deck monsters.
    • However, this can also benefit "Ulti-Apelio" in some way, since without its immunity effect, it can gain ATK boosts from "Spiritual Beast Apelio", allowing it to destroy bigger monster in battle.

Trivia

  • This archetype's Contact Fusion style is similar to that of A-to-Z monsters, albeit with the ability to freely reverse the fusions.
    • Their constant "tagging out" mechanic between their Main Deck monsters and Fusion monsters is also similar to Gladiator Beast archetype, albeit without specific named materials on their Fusion Monster.
  • All monsters in this archetype have their formal names derived (in whole or in part) from Ainu, the only remaining (though nearly extinct itself) language of the ethnic group of the same name. This language was also featured on members of the "Gusto" archetype– most notably "Kamui, Hope of Gusto", whose name comes from the Ainu word for "deity".
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