Yugioh Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste VS Arcanite Magician, the Supreme Wizard

1. Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste

The fusion of a dragon synchro monster and a warrior monster, DKDE is one of Yussei’s most dangerous and deadly monsters. Not only does it have a whopping 3200 attack points, but its effect can pose as a major threat to your opponent as well. Once per turn DKDE can takes effect of a synchro dragon monster in your graveyard. If you use a good dragon deck with powerful dragon synchros, then this effect is very handy! Suppose you have a Trident Dragon in your graveyard, then DKDE gains Trident Dragon’s ability to attack in succession (with the sacrifice of two monsters). A possible OTK! If DKDE is used in a powerful dragon deck, it can become one of the trickiest monsters to defeat.

Artwork: 10/10, Effect: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 2/10, Power: 10/10, Game Changer: 10/10, Playability: 4/10. DKDE gets an overall rating of a 4.4/5, or a B+ (note that fusion will get get lower scores then other monsters as they are more difficult to bring out and they cannot mesh as easily in random decks as normal, ritual, effect, or synchro monsters can. Thus, I always half the denominator when calculating a monster’s overall factor).
2. Arcanite Magician, the Supreme Wizard

Though the Supreme Wizard isn’t released until Starstrike Blast, I thought it would be fun to compare it with DKDE (as they are both immensely strong fusion monsters). The Supreme Wizard has a decent attack (1400) and great defense (2800). However, through its effect Supreme Wizard can gain two thousand more attack points. When the Supreme Wizard is summoned, it receives two spell counters and gains 1000 attack points were each counter. In addition to that effect, once per turn the Supreme Wizard can remove one counter from play and destroy a card on the field/ or draw a card! It would be the trump monster in any spell counter deck!

Artwork: 8/10, Effect: 9/10, Deck Adaptation: 2/10, Power: 10/10, Game Changer: 9/10, Playability: 4/10. Overall, Arcane Magician, the Supreme Wizard gets a rating of 4.2/5 – B. Which means are winner for the day is DKDE!

yu-gi-oh-dragon-knight-draco-equiste1. Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste

The fusion of a dragon synchro monster and a warrior monster, DKDE is one of Yussei’s most dangerous and deadly monsters. Not only does it have a whopping 3200 attack points, but its effect can pose as a major threat to your opponent as well. Once per turn DKDE can takes effect of a synchro dragon monster in your graveyard. If you use a good dragon deck with powerful dragon synchros, then this effect is very handy! Suppose you have a Black-Winged Dragon in your graveyard, then DKDE gains Black-Winged Dragon’s ability and create a possible OTK! If DKDE is used in a powerful dragon deck, it can become one of the trickiest monsters to defeat.

Artwork: 10/10,  Effect: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 2/10, Power: 10/10, Game Changer: 10/10, Playability: 4/10. DKDE gets an overall rating of a 4.4/5, or a B+ (note that fusion will get get lower scores then other monsters as they are more difficult to bring out and they cannot mesh as easily in random decks as normal, ritual, effect, or synchro monsters can. Thus, I always half the denominator when calculating a monster’s overall factor).

yu-gi-oh-arcanite-magician-the-supreme-wizard2. Arcanite Magician, the Supreme Wizard

Though the Supreme Wizard isn’t released until Starstrike Blast, I thought it would be fun to compare it with DKDE (as they are both immensely strong fusion monsters). The Supreme Wizard has a decent attack (1400) and great defense (2800). However, through its effect Supreme Wizard can gain two thousand more attack points. When the Supreme Wizard is summoned, it receives two spell counters and gains 1000 attack points were each counter. In addition to that effect, once per turn the Supreme Wizard can remove one counter from play and destroy a card on the field/ or draw a card! It would be the trump monster in any spell counter deck!

Artwork: 8/10, Effect: 9/10, Deck Adaptation: 2/10, Power: 10/10, Game Changer: 9/10, Playability: 4/10. Overall, Arcane Magician, the Supreme Wizard gets a rating of 4.2/5 – B. Which means our winner for the day is DKDE!

9 thoughts on “Yugioh Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste VS Arcanite Magician, the Supreme Wizard”

  1. uh, no it would not get trident’s effect. in fact, trident dragon is one of the worst cards you can use for draco-equiste’s effect. because trident dragon’s effect activates when it’s synchro summoned. when you use draco-equiste’s effect and remove from play trident dragon, it’s not being synchro summoned (not that it could) and therefore gain no effect.

  2. they could’ve made the fusions with synchro materials better to use. hence why i think that the regular synchro are better than its fusion. dkde and the supreme wizard are decent so as naturia extrio but gaia drake, knight of earth and sky is pointless.

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    1x red dragon archfiend
    1x Ancient fairy draagon
    1x Black rose dragon
    1x Blackfeather dragon
    1x Majestic star dragon
    1x Majestic archfiend dragon
    1x shooting star dragon
    1x scar-red nova dragon
    1x stardust dragon/assault mode
    1x all earthbound immortals
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    1x All yubels
    1x Neos Wiseman
    1x all wickeds
    1x Uria
    1x Hammon
    1x Slifer
    1x Ra
    FUSIONS:
    1x Divine Neos
    1x Rainbow Neos

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