Everyone has a favorite trap card. What is yours?
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- Parallel Rare Duelist
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yeah, it has to be 2. but they probably won't get that big. Abs 0 decks, however, could be annoyed by this.
-thePTguy wrote:But, wait, I already do that every once in a while ...echohawk wrote:And the ptguy would ride off into the sunset on a magical unicorn surround by legions of LoLcats.
- Super Special Awesome Duelist
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Draco-equiste is waaaaaayyyy better in super poly heroes.canasian wrote:Orly? O_o Maybe it's worth something then.
But dumping a synchro for someone running a Draco-Equiste deck is really kinda helping them 'cause you just gave them an easy target for Miracle Synchro Fusion.
Oh, that's a nice stardust... -flip super poly-
Pm for a duel.
No, there wasn't.DoomMoose wrote:There was a ruling on that card that it can dump synchroes too.
It was that it CAN'T.
The errata made that clear
And this is the procedure to using it:
MysticJhn wrote:Also, Flu is right
Cencil45 wrote:Flu is pretty much always right
couldn't they bring draco out with monster reborn or some thing like that?
wait so xyz monsters dont have anything to do with vwxyz dragon catapult cannon anymore O.O
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wikia wrote:Fusion Summons, Ritual Summons, Synchro Summons and Excess Summons are all considered Special Summon. However, Special Summoning a Synchro, Fusion, or Ritual monster, aside from its regular summoning method, is not considered to be "Summoned Correctly", thus disallowing it to be Special Summoned from the Graveyard. A popular situation where this ruling occurs is when "Starlight Road" is activated and special summons a "Stardust Dragon". If "Stardust Dragon" is sent to the Graveyard, even with its own effect, it will not be able to be Special Summoned back.