What if the opponent has graveyard self-revive card?

Monster Reincarnation, Pot of Avarice, Herald of Creation and all that can only return monsters to it owner's deck/hand, not to their opponent's. Double Spell can only reusing opponent's spell as it own. --FredCat100 22:21, February 21, 2010 (UTC)

Alternate strategy

As Fenrir is an alternate draw blocker to Yata-Garasu, it should yet be an essential substitute for the Yata-Garasu Lockdown. Just use Fenrir's effect when it destroys by battle the opponent's monsters, thus forfeiting the opponent's Draw Phase. You might deplete the opponent's hand with the likes of Spirit Reaper, X-Saber Airbellum, Robbin' Goblin and/or Goe Goe the Gallant Ninja (as long as you have monsters to thrash with Fenrir, this works perfectly). Do not forget to use supports to increase/decrease monsters' ATK such as Mage Power, Burden of the Mighty, etc.; as well as S/T blockers such as Cold Wave or Royal Decree, so that this strategy wotkd to perfection!

A few unmentioned cards

Helpful for getting off a 1-turn yata effect if for some reason you cannot summon him, etc.

e.x. If you have already normal summoned when you nuke the field with CED, you can chain Time Seal so that you can just normal summon Yata-Garasu next turn and they don't draw...

Basically makes any monster you control become a Sangan/Witch of the Black Forest

Maxwell Edison (talkcontribs) 02:08, October 11, 2011 (UTC)

An alternative to CED would be Final Destiny, which does the same effect as CED but only you need to discard 5 cards from your hand. From there, you could Delinquent Duo or something to get the remaining cards your opponent has to the graveyard.

I recommend using Golden Sarcophagus to replace witch/sagan, and some Pot of Greeds to ged the 5 cards needed.

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