Everyone has heard of big time cards like the Egyptian God Cards, the Sacred Beast Cards, and the Yubel trio; but what about the Wicked Monsters? I have noticed that duelists have started to compare the Wicked Monsters with the big time cards. I decided to check up on this trio and found that they were as good as their hype.
The Wicked Avatar is the first of the Wickeds. It has a really good effect. When it is summoned, your opponent canâ€™t activate spells and traps for two turns! Plus its attack power is always 100 points higher than the strongest monster on the field. If your opponent activates cards that lowers attack points, The Wicked Avatar still doesnâ€™t lose attack points because his effect counters your opponentâ€™s card.
The second Wicked is the Wicked Eraser. I donâ€™t particularly like the Wicked Eraser. I find his effect not as useful as the other twoâ€™s. Just like the other two Wickeds, Eraser can only be summoned by sacrificing three monsters. When heâ€™s played he gains a1000 attack multiplied by the number of monsters on your opponentâ€™s side of the field. Another one of his effects is that you can destroy him in your main phase. That is so useless! When he’s sent to the graveyard, he destroys all cards on the field, including yours . That’s why I think Eraser is a bad monster.
The third Wicked is the scariest and strongest of the trio. It is The Wicked Dreadroot. His effect is decent, but if you really need to damage your opponentâ€™s life points, The Wicked Dreadroot is the card to use. From the time heâ€™s summoned till the time he is destroyed the Wicked Dreadroot halves the attack of all monsters on the field but his. This means it is almost guaranteed that every monster will be weaker than him. With everyoneâ€™s attack Â½ the times it used to be, The Wicked Dreadroot will be able to destroy them with ease.
Many duelists say that the Wickeds are the evil forms of the Egyptian Gods. The Wicked Avatar resembles the orb on Winged Dragon of Raâ€™s head, while The Wicked Eraser is a dragon like Slifer the Sky Dragon and has a similar effect. The Wicked Dreadroot looks very close to Obelisk Tormentor and both have a human form unlike their partners. I think the Wickeds will one day be cards every one will want. There strong, look cool, and really help in a duel.