23 Νοέ Monster Reborn Legality
With many cards with high value in each player game, Monster Reborn was able to flip a full-fledged powerful monster, even from your enemy, and there were almost no cards to prevent this significantly. If you brought back a blue eye from the graveyard after your enemy used his mirror power and/or black hole, it was almost a guaranteed victory in the pre-Sakuretsu armor era. In addition, the only other card to get a powerful monster dead from your enemy was the autonomous action unit, which only appeared just before the rise of the Chaos Decks. To summon an additional deck monster, it must have been properly summoned from the beginning. Nowadays, there are many archetype-specific cards that can flip your monster, many special summons (this is getting ridiculous), and many cards that can thwart these summons. Also, your enemy`s archetypal monster design may make it useless for you to summon them by your side, except perhaps to build muscle. As DarkCygnus explained, this increased the gameplay of the old decks. But I dare not say much. Monster Reborn was a base card in every decks at the time, as it basically supports all card archetypes. Monster Reborn might “just” be what some older decks needed to improve their game. With an early funeral, you can do a lot of combo because you can destroy this monster that destroys the spell.
Heavy Strom is better than Harpie`s Feather Duster. Imagine that in an old equipment deck, you can simply summon all the monsters you want when you destroy that enemy spell/trap. Many cards are not strong, but the combination you can make with these cards is too strong, so they have forbidden I also don`t like it when dirty little kids touch my cards when they invariably take one of my Monster Target 1 monsters from a player`s graveyard; Summon him specially. A question Why is “a hero`s life” limited? And isn`t the “quick launch” limited? In the first you pay half of your LP and you must have 0 monsters on the field to activate it The second is a quick spell and the only problem is that the monster is destroyed at the end of the turn. And that`s not a problem, I know the archetypes are different, but I think “a hero lives” is not so strong. Why was such a powerful card put back on the limited list? I`m not complaining because it`s nice to be able to play it again. But at the same time, it is very easy to abuse. Especially since this effect allows you to retrieve a monster from a player`s graveyard for free. I mean, imagine someone using a card like Borreload Dragon and losing it. You could use Monster Reborn to get it from its graveyard. First of all, premature burial can destroy the monster that revives it, even if the conditions for doing so are a bit tight.
He destroys the monster only when the premature burial is destroyed. If it leaves the field in another way, the monster remains on the field. In the early days of Yu-Gi-Oh, you used the giant runade to bring the early burial back into your hands, which would reuse the early burial and prevent your opponent from destroying your monster through premature burial. Premature burial also lacks a single restriction per turn, so you can use it at your leisure during the same round you let it bounce. However, none of this is relevant today, as Trunade is also banned and therefore unlikely to be a factor in keeping Premature Burial in the forbidden prison. This card was completely banned because the effect had no cost. It was a free flight of the enemy monster, with which you could do whatever you wanted. Monster Reborn was powerful at a time when most decks mainly contained cards that had a high single card value. Cards that used other cards were often the most difficult to play because the probability of getting all the cards they needed was so low. Fusion monsters that needed two exactly different monsters needed these monsters and polymerization, before the days of fusion monster substitution and polymerization seekers like King of the Swamp, even if you needed all three cards three times in your deck, the probability of drawing on your first move (6 out of 40) was about 4.2%. Basically, premature burial can revive one of your monsters at the cost of 800 lives. This effect is not too unique.
Many cards summon monsters from the graveyard. Despite the omnipresence of the effect, burial is one of the few resurrection cards banned for so long. Early burial was banned in the September 2008 list of prohibited and restricted persons and has remained so to this day. Why is it then that there are so many unlocked cards replicating this effect? Premature burial is one of Yu-Gi-Oh! And as such, it seems unlikely to be unlocked anytime soon.