Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon VS. Stardust Dragon

Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon is the ace card of the main antagonist of Yugioh Zexal, Kaito Tenjo, but is it stronger than Stardust Dragon?

Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon is the ace card of the main antagonist of Yugioh Zexal, Kaito Tenjo. GEPD is an incredibly strong monster, even though it is a mere effect monster. With all the mediocre Xyz monsters, GEPD could actually be the strongest monster introduced in Yugioh Zexal! I thought it would be interesting to compare GEPD and Stardust Dragon, since they have similar effects and are both dragons.

Yugioh Galaxy Eyes Photon Dragon1. Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon

GEPD is a mighty monster with a powerful 3000 attack and 2000 defense points. Its effect is pretty sweet as well: if it battles an opponent’s monster, you can remove from play both monsters until the end phase. However, if that was an Xyz monster, GEPD gains 500 attack points for each overlay unit attached to that monster. That effect might seem great now, but when Xyz monsters become overused like synchros, GEPD will be prominent in several decks. Plus, you can tribute two monsters with 2000 or more attack points to special summon GEPD as well, making it great for some OTKs. With the vivid colors, Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon has an awesome illustration as well.

Effect: 7/10, Power: 9/10, Playability: 8/10, Game Changer: 9/10, Deck Adaptability: 8/10. Overall, GEPD gets a rating of 8.2/10 – B-.

Yugioh Stardust Dragon2. Stardust Dragon

What is there to say about Stardust Dragon? It is also a crazy strong monster with 2500 attack, 2000 defense points, and an efficient effect: Stardust Dragon can negate and destroy the activation of an effect that destroys a card(s) on the field. However, on the end phase of that turn, Stardust Dragon can revive itself. It is one of the most powerful synchro monsters and its artwork is pretty nice as well! Even Red Dragon Archfiend has a tough time competing with Stardust Dragon.

Effect: 8/10, Power: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 9/10 Game Changer: 9/10, Playability: 9/10. Overall, Stardust Dragon gets a rating of about 8.6/10 – B.

Stardust Dragon wins!

Yugioh Junk Warrior VS. Elemental Hero Flame Wingman

I just watched the awesome Yugioh movie Bonds Beyond Time and I really wanted to do a monster card comparison between monsters from two of the characters. I decided to do a comparison on Junk Warrior and Elemental Hero Flame Wingman, two of the most clutch monsters owned by Yusei and Jaden respectively.

1. Junk Warrior

It’s easy to summon, strong, and has a great effect. It’s safe to say that Junk Warrior is a cool monster. Not to mention that he was the first card to be created in the 5Ds series! Junk Warrior is one of the best sidekicks a duelist can have with 2300 attack points and 1400 defense points Plus, when it’s synchro summoned, Junk Warrior gains attack equal to all the level two and lower monsters you control. A great effect if you need something going for you on offense! I also love Junk Warrior’s futuristic design as well!

Artwork: 7/10, Playability: 9/10, Effect: 7/10, Power: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 10/10, Game Changer: 7/10. Junk Warrior gets an overall score of 8/10 – B-.

2. Elemental Hero Flame Wingman

Ah, whenever I look at Elemental Hero Flame Wingman, it brings back fond memories of the good old Yugioh GX days. Flame Wingman is another ferocious monster. With 2100 attack points, it not only is a powerful, easy-to-summon fusion monster, but it has a great effect too. Whenever Flame Wingman destroys a monster, your opponent loses life points equal to the destroyed monsters attack points, an effect that can be very clutch in a close duel. Oh, and have you seen it’s artwork? Phenomenal.

Artwork: 9/10, Playability: 8/10, Effect: 9/10, Power: 7/10, Deck Adaptation 7/10 (Elemental Hero decks aren’t as popular), Game Changer: 9/10. Elemental Hero Flame Wingman gets an overall score of 8.2/10.

As much as I like both monsters, Flame Wingman wins this overall battle. However, statistically speaking (Artwork is excluded), Junk Warrior wins 41/50 to Flame Wingman’s 40/50.

I just watched the awesome Yugioh movie Bonds Beyond Time and I really wanted to do a monster card comparison between monsters from two of the characters. I decided to do a comparison on Junk Warrior and Elemental Hero Flame Wingman, two of the most clutch monsters owned by Yusei and Jaden respectivelyyu-gi-oh-junk-warrior.

1. Junk Warrior

It’s easy to summon, strong, and has a great effect. It’s safe to say that Junk Warrior is a cool monster. Not to mention that he was the first card to be created in the 5Ds series! Junk Warrior is one of the best sidekicks a duelist can have with 2300 attack points and 1400 defense points Plus, when it’s synchro summoned, Junk Warrior gains attack equal to all the level two and lower monsters you control. A great effect if you need something going for you on offense! I also love Junk Warrior’s futuristic design as well!

Artwork: 7/10, Playability: 9/10, Effect: 7/10, Power: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 10/10, Game Changer: 7/10. Junk Warrior gets an overall score of 8/10 – B-.

yu-gi-oh-elemental-hero-flame-wingman2. Elemental Hero Flame Wingman

Ah, whenever I look at Elemental Hero Flame Wingman, it brings back fond memories of the good old Yugioh GX days. Flame Wingman is another ferocious monster. With 2100 attack points, it not only is a powerful, easy-to-summon fusion monster, but it has a great effect too. Whenever Flame Wingman destroys a monster, your opponent loses life points equal to the destroyed monsters attack points, an effect that can be very clutch in a close duel. Oh, and have you seen it’s artwork? Phenomenal.

Artwork: 9/10, Playability: 8/10, Effect: 9/10, Power: 7/10, Deck Adaptation 7/10 (Elemental Hero decks aren’t as popular),  Game Changer: 9/10. Elemental Hero Flame Wingman gets an overall score of 8.2/10.

As much as I like both monsters, Flame Wingman wins this overall battle. However, statistically speaking (Artwork is excluded), Junk Warrior wins 41/50 to Flame Wingman’s 40/50.

What’s Your Favorite Yugioh Monster Card Type?

There are several powerful monster groups in Yugioh but which is the strongest? Amongst the six main Yugioh monster groups Gemini/Effect monsters are the most powerful because they are the easiest to play and have effects as well as good stats.

In the beginning of the Yu-Gi-Oh card game, there were only three types of monsters: Effect, Normal, and Fusion. Later, Yugioh added Spirit, Gemini, and Synchro monsters to their card stock. Each of them have their strong points and weak points but which of them are your favorite? The powerful normal monsters, the strong but hard to play fusion monsters, the witty effect monsters, the strategic Gemini monsters, the abstract Spirit monsters, or the new Synchro monsters? There is a big competition between all six types of monsters. However, which one is the strongest, one may ask.

I am going to rule out Normal monsters right away because they have no effect, so are pretty much useless unless they are used in combos. Fusion monsters are strong, but they are difficult play due to having to assemble fusion material monsters and Polymerization or a fusion spell. So I will rule them out as well. We are left with Effect monsters, Spirit, Gemini, and Synchro. Though Spirit Monsters are powerful, they have to be returned to the owner’s hand by the end of the turn and cannot be special summoned. So that caps their potential capabilities.

Synchro monsters, Effect monsters, and Gemini monsters the only ones remaining. Though they are very powerful, I will have to take of Synchro monsters from the list. They have good stats and good effects however they need to be summoned by a tuner, and sometimes the tuner is specific. Also, the tuned monster is mainly specific (for example: To synchro summon Turbo Cannon you need a Turbo Warrior). So Synchro monsters are off the list.

I think that Gemini monsters and Effect monsters recieve a tie because they are both very similiar. Gemini monsters are just like Effect monsters except they “acsess” their effects once they get normal summoned from the field. Effect/Gemini monsters are good because not only do they have good-really good stats, they also have good effects which are really effective (get the pun) during a close situation.