Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Swift-attacking scarecrow

20 turns to a final countdown player is like a game in a snap of a finger. There is simply to many cards to end the battle phase that konami release already. as if battlefader is not enough, they gave us swift-attacking scarecrow.



Effect: When your opponent declares a direct attack, you can discard this card to end the battle phase.

A miniature battlefader in my opinion, just that he cant be special summoned from the hand and stays on the field to become a tribute. 

No matter what, to all final countdown player, where ending the  battle phase is the key to win the game. this card just proves to be another strong member to be added to the deck.

Unlike battlefader, which will be removed from play once it leaves the field, this card stays in the grave for you. which means you can pot of avarice it, and continue to stall for the remaining turns. 

Now that we have the battlefader and scarecrow, what else is next?haha!



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