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Crossout Designator LimitedUsed Deck

Crossout Designator
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Quick-Play Spell - - - - -
Declare 1 card name; banish 1 of that declared card from your Main Deck, and if you do, negate its effects, as well as the activated effects and effects on the field of cards with the same original name, until the end of this turn. You can only activate 1 "Crossout Designator" per turn.
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japan ねこーら
2023/03/14 23:10
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Comprehensive evaluation: Useful as a means of interfering with general-purpose obstruction.
It's useful as a meta for general-purpose disruption cards in his deck, and this one card can cover quite a range of cards.
If you want to deploy a large number of decks, this wide range of correspondence is effective, and the probability of being able to deploy without being stopped increases considerably.
Called by the Grave》can't deal with 《Nibiru, the Primal Being》.
On the other hand, decks that do not require high-speed development tend to be able to handle other cards, and are less likely to be prioritized.
The frame for general-purpose triggers will also decrease.
After that, it can be diverted to moves such as returning the banished card, negate the disadvantage that you want to negate, but basically it is a meta to the opponent's interference.
japan まくろる
2023/03/10 17:23
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Obliterate obliteration!
You can use it against hand triggers and removal cards, and in mirror matches you can use it where it's hard for your opponent to get hit.
When I was able to stack 3, there was a case where 《Crossout Designator》was negated at Crossout Designator.
Since a card with the same name as the card used by the opponent must be in his Deck, cards around 《Maxx "C"》, 《Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring》, and 《Called by the Grave》, which are easy to fit in his Deck, are often targeted. .
japan くず
2023/01/18 4:31
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A card that has no reason not to include anything other than a deck that cannot include strong general-purpose cards
japan ハッ セフィロス
2022/11/23 21:42
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Declare one card name, remove that card, and negate the removed card during this turn.
The main usage is to negate hand triggers, negate general-purpose cards such as Sambol and his Harpie. And the overwhelming superiority in the mirror match? How many times have I been negate by this card? It seems unlikely that he will return from the restrictions for the rest of his life.
japan ブルーバード
2022/10/11 7:13
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You can negate your opponent's triggers by excluding hand triggers. Some say that the existence of this card made it possible to stab hand triggers, and some said that it was necessary to stab them.
The atmosphere becomes hell when used in a mirror match.
In unusual places, it can be used like an exclusion version like "Gold Sarcophagus". Thanks to the Quick-Play Spell, if you use it on your opponent's turn, you can overcome the disadvantage of the negate effect.
Does this card's effect look familiar anywhere? Yes, the original Gold Sarcophagus. The card name is different, but the effect is similar.
japan ナルユキ
2022/07/26 13:15
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When my opponent used a card I was using, I could negate it ---- When I heard that, I thought, "What, is this just a mirror match countermeasure?" and missed the gold rush (laughs) )  Yes, you can negate 《Maxx "C"》, 《Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring》, and 《Called by the Grave》, which are used by any duelist. This card reigns at the top of the “cat and mouse game” including the above three types.
Of course, you have to face down to use it during your opponent's turn, but it's not only effective against hand triggers and counters, but it also works against back removal representatives such as Harpie's Feather Broom and Lightning Storm to protect other face-down cards. Tricks are also possible and very versatile. Since there are no other costs, I think it's stronger than the declarative Counter Trap. As expected, I lose with spell speed
A limit would be reasonable. If the first player holds this card, space deployment is almost guaranteed, and if there are 3 cards, there is a 30% chance that the game will end in the same game.
japan ラーメン
2022/07/22 14:10
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At the beginning of the release, the nominee who had eliminated V-Jean, and after this card, the performance of the V-Jean appendix seems to be suppressed more than before.
The biggest feature of this card is that it can stop triggers that cannot be stopped by Graves, such as Awakage and Nibiru. .
The problem is that it doesn't work unless you put the cards you want to negate in the Deck as a set, but if you're in a serious environment such as Urara or G, the Deck doesn't have a lot of cards. can be expected, and is now regulated to stricter limits than the grave.
It has nothing to do with the environment, and I used it as a pure expansion card with the feeling of the second and subsequent Golden Chests, but I was not satisfied with just the Golden Chests and even this card was taken away. please.
japan OKA山
2022/07/15 8:47
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Hmm, isn't it okay to ban it? Both the head family and MD. I can't imagine anyone liking this card. Not only does it give you an early advantage, but when a deck like Brave Despheni becomes an unparalleled strongest card in a general-purpose paradise environment, he feels like he's dumbfounded by the lack of deck diversity. And now MD can stack 3 copies of this guy, so it's a tremendous first game and a board without deck diversity, I think it's worse than the Drytron environment. Can Konami regulate UR? It's useless if you don't do it
japan 波切
2022/05/20 16:23
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A powerful card with high applicability that can be used not only to negate standard general-purpose cards such as 《Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring》and 《Maxx "C"》, but also to use exclusion to assist your development.
I like how it can be used in a variety of ways, but like Called by the Grave, it encourages the advantage of going first, so I would like to see some adjustments.
japan タマーキン(封印)
2022/04/03 7:22
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Environmental Deck Purveyor
The main usage is the second type, 《Called by the Grave》.
There must be many duelists who stopped G and Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring from proliferating with this.
Unlike "Called by the Grave", the effect only works on the turn it's used, so the card with the same name you just stopped won't go bad.
Not only can he stop monsters, but he can also stop spell traps, so he can stop feather dusters and 《Infinite Impermanence》with trap-type decks.
It was useful in his solitaire deck as a trump card against Nibiru, who showed its effect without going to GY.
As a result, it is now a restricted card
Strangely enough, along with 《Called by the Grave》, it returned to a maximum of 3 nominees, just like when 《Called by the Grave》was implemented.
I think the reason why I went to the limit is not only as an anti-provocation defense card for the first attack, but also because it has a wide range of applications.
Whereas "Called by the Grave"'s job is to interfere with anti-trigger monsters and his monsters with GY effects, "Crossout Designator" can also be used for expansion.
It's really flexible that the negate effect is only for 1 turn.
Some examples below
Undead: Attach Zombie World and send Dohasura out with Crossout Designator to Synchro Summon PSY Framelord Omega
During the next opponent's standby phase, the effect of Load Ω removes Doha Surah to his GY, then self-revives with the Doha Surah effect
Floowandereeze: Use Crossout Designator to banish any of his favorite Floowandereeze subclasses on your turn, then use various Floowandereeze cards on your opponent's turn to continuously summon them. come
S-Force: The usage is the same as his Floowandereeze, with Sayomaru Special Summoning Pla-Tina from the main deck, and Pla-Tina Special Summoning the monsters that were waiting to be excluded with 《Crossout Designator
And it's very versatile and easy to handle, from interference to deployment, and when it's bad, his solitaire deck has a 6-card system, so it can't be helped that he went to the limit.
This card isn't just limited in performance, it's also a card that caused a lot of problems.
As a notice at the time of implementation, the official Twitter account tweeted the name of "Crossout Designator" many times as an advertisement, and as a result, it was temporarily banned by Twitter management even though it was an official account of KONAMI.
Also, the implementation was a V-Jump appendix, but as a result, an unprecedented competition occurred, and resellers also participated in the competition, and even resellers who boasted and incited tweets that they had bought 200 books appeared.
The fact that it came with a serial code that allowed you to buy a limited pack containing the 20th Shiku Feather Duster also spurred on the competition.
Well, it is a piece that has various things
japan けーの
2022/02/22 15:23
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general card killer
A card of evil itself, not a necessary evil.
It eliminates the raison d'etre of cards that are almost always included in serious construction.
General-purpose cards are basically interference cards to stop one-sided games (in the old days, they were Pitfalls, Book of the Moon, and now they're hand triggers), so what's the idea of denying their existence?
japan あろー
2022/02/14 18:10
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Missionary of the Second Grave.
The point is general-purpose and trigger meta.
Basically, if the opponent's activated general-purpose cards such as 《Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring》or "Proliferate G" are also in your deck, you can negate them by banishing them.
Since triggers are natural enemies in his deployment deck, it is often used in conjunction with Grave, which has a similar role.
However, what is a grave?
① Cards other than monsters can also be negate
② Cards not in his GY can also be negate when activated
(3) Since GY is not excluded, he cannot be used in the GY meta
④ His deck must have a card with the same name as the card you want to negate
⑤ The grave is negate until the next turn, while this is negate only for the activation turn
The difference is that
japan 黙する炎獣
2021/11/08 22:42
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A card that is used as a trigger counter like Grave. Oddly enough, he's also used as a deployment card for Metaphys.
By removing one card from the Deck, it has the effect of blocking the effect of the removed card with the same name until the end of the turn.
Unlike Grave Pit, Nibiru can also be prevented, and in his Deck's mirror, which utilizes the removal gimmick, by removing the main card during the opponent's turn, you can block the opponent's development, and the removed card will be used in your next turn. There is also a usage such as using it for
japan 金平糖
2021/10/27 3:23
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A hand-induced meta that rivals 《Called by the Grave》. Must be in deck, but can negate a wider range than a grave.
Of course, it is possible to stop anything other than hand triggers. When this card stopped Fusion Destiny, which was fully activated after overcoming several suppression effects, my thoughts stopped for a moment.
japan ウキキーボード
2021/09/13 0:09
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Semi-restricted delight... delightful...
A child of the predecessor game that was too merciless. If you have this advanced deck in his deployment system, there is almost nothing to fear.
Unlike Gravehole, he can stab GY without monsters, so he can crush Nibiru and γ, and because he can stab non-monsters, he can stop 《Infinite Impermanence》. strength.
Part of me didn't quite understand why this card was so loose when Grave was regulated as a hand trigger meta.
Unlike Gravehole, negate is only for that turn, so with Gravehole, since you banished Urara in the previous turn, there is a chance that Urara in your hand will rot during your opponent's turn, but this card is also strong because it doesn't have that.
If you don't use it first, you can lay it face down and negate it in line with the opponent's Gordon or Drop, and it's a bad idea to get in the way of the grave.
Also, since it is excluded from the table, it can be used in a similar way to 《Gold Sarcophagus》, and you can use 《Floowandereeze & Toccan》to bring in the cards you need on the next turn.
The difficulty is that unlike Gravehole, it's turn 1, so even if you come multiple times, it will be a hindrance on the first turn. Things like being meaningless and not being able to stop 《Herald of Orange Light》.
Because of this card, there were many cases where I thought it was meaningless to play hand triggers with side changes, so I feel relieved.
To be honest, γ has also been restricted, and I feel that due to the suppression of the preceding game, it will be possible to limit it along with the grave.
japan 死なない男
2021/04/19 23:45
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Declare a card name, remove that card from the Deck, and negate its effect during the turn. A romantic interference card with an infinite range.
It's probably a remake of 《Nobleman of Crossout》,
This card is a Quick-Play Spell, so not only does it stop the opponent's hand trigger when attacking first, but it's strong in mirror matches, and since it can be used against 《Crossout Designator》itself, it's excellent in that it can be used in the second attack.
You have to have the declared card in your deck, but as long as you know the generic cards that will be used in the tournament, no problem.
If you stubbornly want to create a suppression board with the first attack, you will need 3 copies.
japan 備長炭18
2020/02/13 9:27
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A card suspected of freezing Yu-Gi-Oh's official Twitter dirt.
Nobleman of Crossout, which was a back defense, and even a reverse meta, was remade as a nominee, and he began to interfere with Deck from the beginning.
Since it prohibits the activation of effects that include the same name as the part of your Deck and excludes it, it is used as an induced care for the opponent rather than comboing from yourself, but it is easy to access cards where it is convenient to negate the effect like Birdman. I don't think it's possible to use it.
Since the effect applies until the turn, it is more convenient for you than the Grave, and since he also targets Spell Trap, there is a ruling on the unusual question of what happens when you name yourself.
However, since it cannot be used on its own, it is one step inferior to the Graveyard, which can also be used as a Lost.
He's a deck that wants to be fully deployed with Grave, and in the end, it's a card for tournaments where the environment is crowded.
By the way, when is the nominee for eradication?
japan みめっと
2020/02/12 9:30
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A card that was born out of a duelist's insatiable desire to stop any kind of card interference from the first attack.
You have to use the card you're looking for in your girlfriend's Deck, but for the purpose of protecting yourself and for the purpose of doing what you want to do, Urara G Grave Hole Bubble Shadow is also used in your boyfriend's Deck. It is easy to stop even if it is normal.
If his deck is a trap bi system, it can also be used to catch Droso such as strong money.
I'm not good at Nibiru, but it's difficult to take care of Nibiru with my own cards.I think this Obliteration & Nibiru set is the easiest for Deck.
I think it was a great decision to make this card a restricted card, as it allows you to get through triggers without any questions just by holding it first, and depending on each player's deck and hand, you can almost win with this card alone.
It's hard to believe that until a few years ago, I was able to play 6 copies of Grave Obliteration...
That aside, I also think that I would like to take a look at the nominees for eradication.
japan とき
2020/02/11 12:10
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Its performance has gained popularity, and it is a piece with a story that has erased V-Jump from bookstores. Therefore, there are pros and cons more than performance.
A Quick-Play Spell that has the effect of negating the effect of the declared card until the end of the turn by removing the declared card from his deck when activated.
It's a Called by the Grave cross-compatible card that does something similar with the opponent's GY reference, but in this case he needs to have a card in his deck to stop it.
If it is an anti-hand trigger, you can use 《Called by the Grave》, which can be completed with one card, so this card should be the fourth and subsequent 《Called by the Grave》, or you need to take advantage of the fact that it can also stop Spell Trap.
Due to its nature, you can use this card along with the cards you want to stop in the deck where the main gimmick is completed with a small number of cards in the main deck, so you can effectively utilize the wide range of this card.
It's performance is high, but it's a little peaky, and 《Called by the Grave》is a pretty strong rival. He understands the difference from 《Called by the Grave》firmly and will help you if you need it.
japan ネタ使い
2020/01/16 17:18
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very peaky performance
It is often compared to Called by the Grave, but this one's superior point is that it can also stop her spell traps.
Of course, 《Infinite Impermanence》and 《Called by the Grave》, but you can also hit feather brooms when you are lying down, and you can also counter cards like 《Vanity's Emptiness》and 《There Can Be Only One》.
It is also possible to stop erasure by erasure
Also, you can stop cards like Nibiru that don't go to GY without losing your own hand triggers that you want to play on the return turn like Graveyard.
Many tournaments are mirror matches, and you can get a big advantage with this card alone.
It's not a card that can be loaded without thinking, you have to set a clear target and adopt it in a way that compensates for the weaknesses of your deck.
Deck Construction difficulty is high, and in general cards that shine in tournaments using environment decks
japan ドレミファ
2019/09/16 17:11
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If you use it, you'll understand, but it's overwhelmingly more likely to rot.
In other words, there is no frame to put Koto in addition to Grave, Veiler, Urara, G, Awakage.
The price has come down, so it might be worth buying just 3 for the side.
japan ガイナ
2019/07/31 23:19
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This card has become a hot topic due to the V-Jump resale controversy, but to be honest, it's not very strong.
First of all, the fact that everything depends on the other party is a big hindrance.
Even if you have to put the targets you banish with this card into her deck, if they aren't in your opponent's deck, they're spoiled.
Furthermore, since it has the name Turn 1, it cannot be fired repeatedly.
Called by the Grave》is enough if you just use it as a meta card, so if you use this card, you want to use it in a deck that uses exclusion.
japan 究極
2019/05/25 19:46
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If you are conscious of the competition, I think that it is versatile enough to put in full.
Currently, hand triggers are almost a must card, so it's powerful enough just as a defense card against them.
japan プンプン丸
2019/05/23 8:18
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As for the environment, I have the impression that "when it hits, it hits" and "when it doesn't hit, it doesn't hit". increase.
The impression that it is interesting to use it skillfully to indirectly search the exclusion zone from his deck and to negate cards. For example, if you specify "Beast King Barbaros" and set it to negate, the compromise summoned will return to 3000 RBI (Since it's a Quick-Play Spell, it can be counterattacked), [Permanent effects that affect each other] like "Vanity's Fiend" Temporarily stop to allow Special Summon on your turn, or negate Skill Drain to make it effective only on your turn.
I think it's a good card that can be used in an interesting way if you make good use of the [remove it from the deck] and [negate the effect] part.
japan コイヌ
2019/05/23 1:20
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If the theme is mainly excluding, it may be possible to adopt it, but since it is excluded from his own deck, it is a meaningless card unless general-purpose cards such as mirror battles or Urara overlap each other's decks.
When used against restricted cards, for example, chain to the activation of "Monster Reborn" to activate "Crossout Designator", remove "Monster Reborn" from your deck and negate the effect this turn.
Inevitably, Monster Reborn in his deck will be excluded, and I don't think it's a card that can be added by increasing the number of cards in the deck.
Either way, it's not very strong even if it comes to your hand on the first turn. Even if you know your opponent's deck thoroughly, if you chain it and activate it, the timing to use it depends a lot on the opponent.
By the way, this card can only be used in the main deck.
japan ベリー
2019/05/22 18:40
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New human rights in serious tournaments
If it's a deck that competes in a tournament, Urara and Usagi will always be the runner-up, 《Infinite Impermanence》, Grave is a high probability, and increased G is often used, so I think there will be opportunities to use it without being conscious of it.
However, if it is not such a serious environment, there will be few opportunities to use it.
The big difference from 《Called by the Grave》is that it also supports Spell Trap. Being able to negate 《Infinite Impermanence》and Grave is strong.
Exclusion by cost seems to be deck compression if you look at it from a different point of view.
I think that it is a card whose evaluation is divided depending on the environment of the user.
It works well with Metaphys, so it might be a good idea to use it together with 《Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring》.
japan プラント・プラン
2019/05/22 18:11
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His Spell card that negates the effects of cards by removing them from the Deck.
His spell card with a similar effect is Called by the Grave. Unlike over there, it has the disadvantage that the effect cannot be negated if there are no cards in the Deck. However, if there are cards in the Deck, it is possible to seal Spell cards and Trap cards, and it is possible to negate 《Infinite Impermanence》and 《Called by the Grave》. For that reason, it will most likely be treated as 《Called by the Grave》from the 4th card onwards.
Since it can be deployed with a small number of parts, it can be used as a meta card in Decks where Deck space is easily available ([Salamangreat], [Sky Striker Ace], [Madolche], etc.). However, in tournaments, as mentioned above, this card can be used as the 4th and subsequent 《Called by the Grave》, but there may be decks that do not use hand triggers. Be careful because there is.
japan アルバ
2019/05/22 14:19
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The organizer of the first V-jump competition in Reiwa.
In theory, you can stop anything by pinning the card you want to stop.
Basically, it's not greedy, and it's a card that stops G, Urara and hand triggers, which are used in almost every deck, and it's better to think about it as a card that can be used to interfere with other things in the mirror.
Recently, there are many Decks that can penetrate through Urara, Veiler, etc. with just one or two shots, and there are Decks that can be used as long as you don't get hit by G. With the advent of this, general-purpose cards that stop G have become available. Including Urara and Graves, there are 8 decks, so it seems that the degree of dangerousness of the first attack deployment suppression deck will increase ...
japan もも
2019/05/22 13:23
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It's unlikely that this card will rot at the cs or environment level, and if she has enough card slots, I can definitely use it in her deck.
japan 刹那
2019/05/22 9:45
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To be honest, I had the impression that this card was overrated, but on the first day I bought 3 copies of V-Jean, piled them up on the Deck, and tried using them in duels with friends and free duels at the shop, but to be honest, even in the mirror match like Ghost Reaper & Winter Cherries. Otherwise, it's just a card that just rots.
No matter how much hand trigger G and Urara have a high adoption rate, I can't say for sure that everyone has the above cards. Some people may not have it.
From the above point of view, it's meaningless to blindly throw it into his deck, much less predict the contents of his opponent's deck to determine the effect of this card, unless his deck contents are exactly the same. Almost impossible.
Although Spells and Traps can also be removed, he is less likely to have similar cards piled up by his opponent, and it's not so appreciated, so it's still the most effective way to use it like a Golden Chest. I think so.
When you actually use it, the meta function against the opponent doesn't work as much as you think, and if you just want to interfere with hand trigger cards, you can use Called by the Grave as before. The impression that it is good.
japan shiro
2019/05/22 1:45
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To be honest, I think it's a topic-driven card that's not enough to make a fuss.
At first glance, it looks like an all-purpose card, but the fact that you can only negate cards that are sleeping in the Deck is a big deal, and there are few cards that stick in other than mirror matches.
That's why even if you put a card that you don't use much with a pin, it's putting the cart before the horse.
As a trigger-avoiding Quick-Play Spell,
After all, 《Called by the Grave》, which can be used defensively as a GY meta, will be prioritized.
Even if you use it as a grave for the fourth and subsequent cards,
In addition to Urara G Grave + 《Infinite Impermanence》etc... I don't think there are many decks that have enough slots to use this.
Of course, in a mirror match, it hits without any problems, so
Like 《Ghost Reaper & Winter Cherries》, I think it is for the side. At least it's a card that free people rush to buy
Technical usage and exclusion fertilization are omitted because the application is too limited at the moment.
japan カンベイ
2019/05/21 1:14
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Nobleman of Crossout》has been nominated!
Well, I think it's a fairly powerful effect, like a Quick-Play Spell that negates the effect of banishing the declared card from the Deck. Versatile cards (now hand triggers, graves, etc.), major cards in mirror match battles, etc., are full of uses.
In the free match, it is difficult to adopt due to the frame, but there is a high possibility that it will be used as a meta card or a meta countermeasure card in official tournaments. It wouldn't be a bad idea not to use it in the main, but to wait for the opponent's girlfriend's deck and insert it from the side.
japan ophion
2019/05/20 17:45
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Due to the high versatility of this card, it is said that the difficulty of obtaining V-Jump is increasing.
Putting that aside, it's a card like the fourth 《Called by the Grave》.
Unlike over there, you need to have the cards you want to negate in your Deck, but even 《Called by the Grave》and 《Infinite Impermanence》will negate.
However, regardless of tournaments, in free matches, the opponent may not use various hand triggers or graveyards, and in that case, this card will be spoiled.
So, basically, can you say that both 《Ghost Reaper & Winter Cherries》are cards for the side Deck?
Not to mention Metaphys that can be used as the second and subsequent Golden Chests, Decks like Sky Striker Ace, Salamangreat, and Madolche Decks with spare slots and Worst case like Witchcrafter, even if it rots, it doesn't matter if it's a hand cost. If so, is it possible to adopt from the main?
japan シエスタ
2019/05/20 17:23
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A small ban that pinpoints the effect of the card.
Compared to similar Graves, it requires a meta-target to be present in her deck, which can also interfere with her use of GY, but can also target demons and traps for a wider range of coverage. Also, the negate grace period is until the end of the activation turn, so you can use the meta target on the next turn, which is flexible.
Combos that negate the disadvantages of your own cards will also be easier to do here.
Also, there aren't many cards that are as good as Golden Ark, but there's no reason why it can't be used as the excluded version of 《Foolish Burial》.
I think it's a new meta-meta countermeasure star that can be expected to play an active role mainly in general-purpose card metas and mirror matches. I'm sure Deck space will be tight. It seems to be difficult to use together, and it seems that it can be used properly depending on the side and environment with the grave.
japan PORD
2023/11/09 17:18
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japan 超弩級スライム
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japan 惑星調査隊
2024/01/07 4:14
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japan 在日エジプト人
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japan 2022/06/23 17:57
A card that turns into a no-cost 《Solemn Judgment》in a mirror match.
MD is unlimited, so when the coin toss cutting was not taken care of, the drytron environment was really terrible. I personally think that 80% of the users who left are because of this.
Modern Yu-Gi-Oh is a game of how smoothly it can be developed by adopting hand triggers and grave pits (Crossout Designator). In other words, a deck that cannot use a large number of general-purpose cards has no human rights.
What kind of environment is waiting for inflation to continue as it is ...

Decks with "Crossout Designator"

* is adopted as a key card.

Card Category and Effect Category

Products in Japan

Product No Release Date Rarity
Structure Deck: Freezing Chains SD40-JP034 2020-11-21 Normal
PREMIUM PACK 2021 21PP-JP022 2020-12-28 Secret
QUARTER CENTURY DUELIST BOX QCDB-JP053 2023-12-23 Quarter Century SecretSuper
V JUMP October 2006 and up VJMP-JP164 2006-10-01 Ultra

Ranking and View Num

Rating Score Rank 1,484 / 12,768 Cards
View Num 85,765
Card Type "Quick-Play Spell" Best Card Ranking 57th


Japanese card name 抹殺の指名者

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