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* "Summon Limit" works well against "[[Wind-Up]]" Decks, as it can compeletely shut down the first turn loop that they do, leaving them with useless monsters on the field, that can easily be overcome by monsters with high ATK, like "[[Thunder King Rai-Oh]]".
 
* "Summon Limit" works well against "[[Wind-Up]]" Decks, as it can compeletely shut down the first turn loop that they do, leaving them with useless monsters on the field, that can easily be overcome by monsters with high ATK, like "[[Thunder King Rai-Oh]]".
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* Use "[[Darkness Neosphere]]" to return this card allow you to summon more than 2 monsters per turn.

Revision as of 19:48, November 28, 2012

  • With "Summon Limit" active, "Torrential Tribute" becomes much easier to use. If the opponent Summons only one monster, they're not doing as much as they could, but if they Summon twice, you know that they can't Summon any more, so now is the best time to use "Torrential Tribute".
  • This card can be useful to stop "Stardust Dragon". After your opponent has used up his or her Summons for the turn, activate a card like "Torrential Tribute" or "Mirror Force". If your opponent negates it, "Stardust" will not be able to return during the End Phase.
  • "Summon Limit" works well against "Wind-Up" Decks, as it can compeletely shut down the first turn loop that they do, leaving them with useless monsters on the field, that can easily be overcome by monsters with high ATK, like "Thunder King Rai-Oh".
  • Use "Darkness Neosphere" to return this card allow you to summon more than 2 monsters per turn.
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