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Let's say you declare an attack and your opponent activates magic cylinder in response. Are you able to activate negate attack in order to save yourself from the damage?
Because Alluring Zombie Girls aren't just for when you get a good climps of Vampire Vamp, or Fraulein, or Ash Blossom's feet yeah, overlook that degeneracy from me if you would Continuous Trap Card Lore: Your opponent sends the top 10 cards of their Deck to the GY, also the effects of any cards sent to the GY this way cannot be activated in the GY. If this card and 9 other cards are in your GY: You can banish all other cards from your GY: Special Summon this card as an Effect Monster (Zombie/EARTH/Level 10/ATK 1000/DEF 1000), then equip 1 monster in your hand to this card. (This card is NOT treated as a Trap.) If Summoned this way, while this card is in the Monster Zone, it gains ATK equal to half the equipped monster's ATK, it can attack directly, also return it to the hand at the end of your Battle Phase. ~~~~ Now to the card itself. Besides it being a really obviously application of Necroquip Prism: Before the Bling, it's a great show of how well one can rebound from the ultimate downside - death - with the right outlook on (un)life. Don't believe jus watch... the Creepy_PAsta_Reader story that inspired me to make this card, one that shows that beauty can be soul-deep as well as skin-deep. To this card, it's a far pricier Fairy Tail Snow, but one that can trigger in-Grave effects, and one that could easily put your opponent at low resources with a powercreeped mill effect. Both will ensure it sees use, especially with how easy it is to get to nine cards in this format. Perhaps a certain bling-obsessed Zombie Archetype could make use of this, along with a certain Weeping Angel statue that was debuted in Blazing Vortex? Consider it: this Necroquip Nightmare certainly does in her quest for afterlight allure. Until the next Night of Fright card; reviews, revelry, you know the drill. BD'S, signing off.