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Danger!? Wendigo! (Stun?! Thy Name Is Cryptid!)

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[spoiler=Danger?! Wendigo!: Info]

DARK/Fiend-Type Effect Monster/Level 2/100 ATK/2200 DEF

 

Lore: You can reveal this card in your hand; your opponent randomly chooses 1 card from your entire hand, then you discard the chosen card. Then, if the discarded card was not "Danger!? Wendigo!", Special Summon 1 "Danger!? Wendigo!" from your hand, and if you do, draw 1 card. If this card is discarded: You can negate the effects of 1 face-up card on the field. You can only use this effect of "Danger!? Wendigo!" once per turn.

 

 

 

MORE FUN WITH EXCLAMATION WHO DOESNT LIKE THAT HUH?!!!!111!! 

 

(really tho we've gotta have a talk about what distinguishes an Archetype name, that name is gonna be crazy in terms of taking stuff seriously and I say that as a person who saw "Fur Hire" as a cute and possibly more pursuable gimmick in Archetype naming. Having it work in prefix/suffix mode would open so many new angles for Archetype naming that I'd like to see more of it.) 

 

So this Danger offers non-targeting negation, and has a bit of high DEF to boot-this will come into play later on with my LAST Danger! card, which I'll drop by Friday, along with Voyage of 1000 Dreams (another hand-Trap of mine like the Scroll, my profound apologies). So there's my operating schedule.

 

Until then, review, revelry, you know the drill.

 

BD'S, signing off.

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Without knowing the idea behind your next card, the DEF is kinda high for a Level 2 with an effect like this (though I do suppose that it has its merits). As far as this card goes, however, non-targeting negation is welcomed, especially with stuff like Borreload and whatever else has targeting protection running around nowadays. Like I mentioned in Kraken's thread, Danger! still needs more Main Deck to be its own thing and not (as) reliant on external techs to trigger them or do things. But then again, only the backrow really explicitly support them (and Jackalope). 

 

Card should be okay for the most part, aside from the high DEF for its Level. I would say to bump it up to 3, but you have the aforementioned Jackalope already doing that. Or you can lower its ATK a bit as you likely won't be attacking with this; up to you though.

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Without knowing the idea behind your next card, the DEF is kinda high for a Level 2 with an effect like this (though I do suppose that it has its merits). As far as this card goes, however, non-targeting negation is welcomed, especially with stuff like Borreload and whatever else has targeting protection running around nowadays. Like I mentioned in Kraken's thread, Danger! still needs more Main Deck to be its own thing and not (as) reliant on external techs to trigger them or do things. But then again, only the backrow really explicitly support them (and Jackalope). 

 

Card should be okay for the most part, aside from the high DEF for its Level. I would say to bump it up to 3, but you have the aforementioned Jackalope already doing that. Or you can lower its ATK a bit as you likely won't be attacking with this; up to you though.

 

and just as this is typed, we've got a new DANGER! monster, the Danger! Thunderbird! Needless to say, the last card I make for Danger! will reflect this. 

 

I'll see about dropping the ATK of this card, tho, don't worry.

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It's a decent one-of. the non-targeting effect negation can be a really effective bait, and if your opponent has means to block it from certain monsters, the fact that it doesn't target means you can change your plays mid-chain. The only archetype that doesn't really mind is our Sky Strikers.

Also a thicc boi for Set 1 pass for whatever reason, although if there's one thing I can't imagine Danger's doing is Set 1 pass.

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It looks good, yeah. It may not remove the threat directly but negating the card permanently is effective enough.You followed the Danger! template so it's not too creative, but that's fine and understandable. If anything, I would reconsider its typing, IMO Beast-Warrior would be more fitting.

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