First Exceed Monster: No. 17 Revise Dragon

In my last post, I talked about the new type of monsters, exceed monsters, who will debut at the start of Yugioh Zexal. I wanted to talk about a particular exceed monster and show you a picture so you can see what exceed monsters look like.

This is No. 17 Revise Dragon and don’t worry, its weird name belies its strength. Revise Dragon is not only a pretty good statistical monster with 2000 attack, but it has a stellar effect as well. When an exceed monster is played, the exceed material monsters act as union monsters. Revise Dragon has the ability to gain five hundred attack points every time you remove one of its exceed material monsters it gains 500 attack points. The only downside to that effect is that if you remove both its exceed material monsters, though it will have 3000 attack points, it cannot attack directly. Still, No. 17 Revise Dragon is still a pretty good monster.

In my last post, I talked about the new type of monsters, exceed monsters, who will debut at the start of Yugioh Zexal. I wanted to talk about a particular exceed monster and show you a picture so you can see what exceed monsters look like.

yu-gi-oh-no17-revise-dragonThis is No. 17 Revise Dragon and don’t worry, its weird name belies its strength. Revise Dragon is not only a pretty good statistical monster with 2000 attack, but it has a stellar effect as well. When an exceed monster is played, the exceed material monsters act as union monsters. Revise Dragon has the ability to gain five hundred attack points every time you remove one of its exceed material monsters it gains 500 attack points. The only downside to that effect is that if you remove both its exceed material monsters, though it will have 3000 attack points, it cannot attack directly. Still, No. 17 Revise Dragon is still a pretty good monster.

38 thoughts on “First Exceed Monster: No. 17 Revise Dragon”

  1. artwork is hot and awesome. i would put that in my room. effect is not that great. actually who am i kidding this is a huge disappointment. This is also the cover card for generation force. They could have atleast gave it another effect or some card protection. smh.

  2. there is a card in extreme victory worth discussing.

    Revelation
    Counter Trap

    Negate the activation of the effect of an Effect Monster that activates in the hand or Graveyard, and remove it from play.

    looks very good. might see some play when its released.

  3. WOW! I didn’t know they were going to come out with a new mechanic. This is going to make the game a bit more interesting. Not sure if they will become as popular as synchro monsters. But hopefully they will be come better than fusion monsters.

  4. oh my bad i checked it actually Revise has the increase effect and Led has decrease by 500 my mistake.

  5. wait when you first posted revise dragon you thought it was good, now you think its awful? well i dont blame you. i thought that too. expect better exceeds.

  6. the looks of it are better. though it’s powerful yet it’s underleveled. i don’t think it should be in a tin what do you think?

  7. @nader

    I said the idea of Exceed monsters was good, but I didn’t give Revise Dragon great praises. It has good aspects, but its negatives outweighs its positives.

  8. Just so everybody knows, exceed monsters have no level. the stars symbolize its rank, or the level of the monster it uses for the exceed summon. it is interesting to note that they are unaffected by things like gravity bind and level limit – area b because of this

  9. @Maxemoe

    Right!!! I completely forgot about that! But the thing is, Gravity Bind and Level Limit aren’t really used a lot besides for their lockdown decks so that’s not really significant.

  10. if exceeds have no levle only rank does that mean they can’t be a material for a synchro summon?

  11. @Theo

    Yes, because Exceed monster do not have levels, they cannot be used as synchro summon monsters. I’m not sure if their exceed material monsters can be or not. Shooting Quazar probably will be in a tin and synchros such as Junk Beserker will be in Extreme Victory.

  12. I really hope that they will continue to make synchros. Though, there aren’t any synchros so far in generation force.

  13. Nader, they are planning on making more synchros as far as I know, such as Orient Dragon, which is like an anti-synchro synchro.

  14. @Dudeman

    never mind, I found it.

    @blogger

    You want to talk about overused, what about Pain Painter, a Plaguespreader impersonator that can make 2 other Zombies Level 2 for a Zombie Counterpart Synchro only. How much do you want to bet that that’ll be a big key in Zombie deck with Plaguespreader’s limitation?

  15. @nader

    Speaking of which, I fought a zombie deck with Pain Painter on Dueling Network and he took out two Zombie Skulls in one turn! It was a close duel, but I lost…

  16. @nader

    true that, but I wish they had more Zombie counterpart cards. I do fanfiction, and I’ve seen alot of cool custom Zombie counterparts that would work wonders in the real world.

  17. Yeah, that card needs a seven-card combo to see the light of day, probably why they never made it a real card, but it would be so sweet if it was real.

  18. Not to mention that those two Stone Giant cards have to have their battle positions changed twice each…

  19. Actually, the two Stone Giants special summoned with “Ancient Key” have to have their battle positions changed twice each.

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