Card of the Week

My first meeting with a Mist Wurm card was pretty hilarious! Towards the end of my trip to Nepal, my parents and I visited a common goods store to buy some items. In the store, there was a games section as well and it was stocked with merchandise of games like Beyblade, Pokemon, and even Yugioh! There was a special Yusei tin pack in the Yugioh section, and guess what the cover card was? Mist Wurm. However, it wasn’t just any Mist Wurm, it was a poorly made, fake version of the card. The Yugioh sticker at the bottom-right of the card was badly places, the title was in the wrong font, and even the holographic image looked more rough than bright. Though I was bummed out that I lost a chance to acquire a fierce synchro monster, that moment really made my day! Thus, I decided Mist Wurm should be my card of the week.

Mist Wurm is one of the most formidable and rare Yugio synchro monsters around. Though it could be a bit of a hassle to summon due to needing two non-tuner monsters, its stats and effect makes up for it. Not only does Mist Wurm have a dominating 2500 attack points, it also has a solid effect. When it is synchro summoned, you can return up to three cards your opponent controls. That basically guarantees a direct attack opportunity.

Card of the week 7/9/10: Mist Wurm

yu-gi-oh-mist-wurm1My first meeting with a Mist Wurm card was pretty hilarious! Towards the end of my trip to Nepal, my parents and I visited a common goods store to buy some items. In the store, there was a games section as well and it was stocked with merchandise of games like Beyblade, Pokemon, and even Yugioh! There was a special Yusei tin pack in the Yugioh section, and guess what the cover card was? Mist Wurm. However, it wasn’t just any Mist Wurm, it was a poorly made, fake version of the card. The Yugioh sticker at the bottom-right of the card was badly places, the title was in the wrong font, and even the holographic image looked more rough than bright. Though I was bummed out that I lost a chance to acquire a fierce synchro monster, that moment really made my day! Thus, I decided Mist Wurm should be my card of the week.

Mist Wurm is one of the most formidable and rare Yugio synchro monsters around. Though it could be a bit of a hassle to summon due to needing two non-tuner monsters, its stats and effect makes up for it. Not only does Mist Wurm have a dominating 2500 attack points, it also has a solid effect. When it is synchro summoned, you can return up to three cards your opponent controls. That basically guarantees a direct attack opportunity.

13 thoughts on “Card of the Week”

  1. good card. its a synchro so its very obvious it will have a great effect.

    3 questions for you though yugiohblogger

    1. how old are you?
    2. are you really from Nepal or were you just sightseeing in that country?
    3. Which card to you suits better for you, This or Trishula?

    i know these are random but im just curious.

  2. Mist wurm is good. I’m glad you picked a card that decks nowadays actually use! Lol

  3. one thing i dont get about this card is that it’s a wind attributed thunder. it looks more fitting as a dark attributed reptile. same with the arcana rulers.

  4. Mist Wurm is a nice card. It’s a very defense oriented monster. If you fused Penguin Soldier and Dungeon Worm, you get Mist Wurm lol. By the way, I am going to run an Alien deck at the upcoming regionals. Do you think it’ll do good, I mean nobody will see it coming.

  5. An Alien deck would be really good in a tournament! You’re right, not only will your foe’s not foresee you playing that archetype, but if you use the right cards, they will be crushed as well! I’m sure you have all the necessary cards, but I if you don’t already, I would recommend putting Vennominaga, Vennominion, and Rise of the Snake Deity in your extra deck. Adds more dimensions to your deck.

  6. ok………. so you are either. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. i don’t know i just know that you are most likely between 8 and 19.

  7. actually……….. your mom played a game vs you so that proves that there is no age limit to Yu-Gi-Oh!

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