what does it mean when it says any 6 "Neos" monsters? does that mean you need 6 of Neos and Neos Alius? does it mean a wierd combination of Neos, Neos Alius, and the Neos fusions? I just don't understand that part of the effect. EHeroFlareNeos 17:41, 23 March 2008 (UTC)
- I corrected the effect. "Neos" monster is literally any monster with "Neos" in it's card name. Elemental Hero Neos, Elemental Hero Neos Alius, Elemental Hero Dark Neos, etc, would all qualify.--TwoTailedFox (My Talk Page) 18:02, 23 March 2008 (UTC)
- It only requires 5 monsters to fuse it, not six.
It might just be me, but I find the current text we have for the Fusion requirements very misleading. There is a significant difference between "Neos, Neo-Spacian or Hero" and "Neos, Neo-Spacian, Elemental Hero, Destiny Hero or Evil Hero" simply because of the very next clause, that at least 1 of each type must be present in the fusion. The OCG effect allows you to run a simple N-HERO deck, no problems, but if you want to call out God Neos according to the effect we have here, you need to also have Evil Heroes and Destiny Heroes in your deck, which is horrible and completely wrong. Is it possible we can revert it to simply being Hero instead of E.Hero, D.Hero and E-Hero? Vagrant Lustoid 02:35, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
it means you need at least 1 of any of the 3 "hero" archtypes not 1 of each. It works in a neo-spacian deck because "neos" is an "elemental hero". for example you could just use "neos" with any 5 other "neo-spacians" as you only need at least 1 "hero" and at least 1 "neo-spacian".