Saturday, November 26, 2011

Card Of The Day #5 – Evolzar Laggia & Evolzar Dolkka

Evolzar Laggia
Fire / Dragon / XYZ / Effect Monster
Rank Four
ATK: 2400 DEF: 2000

2 Level 4 Dinosaur-Type monsters
When a monster(s) would be Normal or Special Summoned, OR a Spell/Trap Card is activated: You can detach 2 Xyz Materials from this card; negate the Summon or activation, and destroy that card.

Evolzar Dolkka
Fire / Dragon / XYZ / Effect Monster
Rank Four
ATK: 2300 DEF: 1700

2 Level 4 Dinosaur-Type monsters
When an Effect Monster's effect activates: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card; negate the activation and destroy it.

This card of the day is going to be a little brief since I have already touched on these cards in my Rescue Rabbit article.

Two of the best Rank Four Monsters to date and the inspiration behind the Rescue Rabbit Dinosaur decks. As I mentioned in my Rescue Rabbit article you can easily summon these by using Rescue Rabbit’s Effect to Special Summon Sabersaurus or Kabazauls. These cards are great, Evolzar Laggia is a Solemn Judgment on legs and Evolzar Dolkka is a Divine Wrath on legs. The difference being is that you don’t have to pay half your Life Points or Discard a card to negate unlike Solemn Judgment and Divine Wrath. What makes these even better is that with both of them when you can Summon the one that perfectly suits the situation you are in so basically it turns your Rescue Rabbit into a Solemn Judgment or Divine Wrath. The trick to making these two cards work is protecting them since the main weakness they have in common is they are susceptible to attacks from big Monsters with cards like Dimensional Prison and Forbidden Lance.

And as always some more obscure cards to use to summon these are Hydrogedon, Jurrac Guaiba, and Rekindling. With Hydrogedon and Jurrac Guaiba you can run over a Monster, get another Dinosaur and then XYZ Summon your Evolzar XYZ Monster. And with Rekindling you can Special Summon some Dinosaurs with it and then XYZ with them.

Final Verdict:

Very good cards that on there own make Dinosaurs worth playing. Expect these to stick around for a long time.

On a side note, am I the only one that thinks Palkia and Dialga when I see these cards?

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