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Thursday, April 8, 2021

Year: 2006

Set: Yu-Gi-Oh! Enemy of Justice (Rate)

Card: #EOJ-EN051 Destruction of Destiny


“ Yu-Gi-Oh. What can I say that hasn't been said. It is a nice looking card for a Trading Card Game. At first when I saw the "back" of the card with that swirling black hole thing I thought they had changed the backs at one time, but I was confusing it with the Pokemon backs. I don't normally do that. ” -captkirk42
“ Taking me back to my High School days here. But also, what in the world would this card be useful for? ” -OverkillKid
“ Definitely have one of these in a box somewhere. Yu Gi Oh art is usually pretty cool but I have no idea what that thing is supposed to be. ” -pugchump

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PapaG321

Posts: 1554
Joined: Mar 2018

Thursday, April 8, 2021 9:08 AM

I believe this link describes its use (somewhat) ...however I now need to know what's your "graveyard" and is this a good card or a bad card ! frown

https://yugioh.fandom.com/wiki/Destruction_of_Destiny


Edited on: Apr 8, 2021 - 9:08AM

captkirk42

Posts: 1698
Joined: May 2011

Thursday, April 8, 2021 9:37 AM

My initial guess is the "graveyard" is discarded or used cards from your playing deck. Google searching "Yugioh Graveyard" seemed to verify the basic concept of it being a discard pile of some kind. It goes on to state that in general cards in the Graveyard can not be replayed, but apparently there are some cards that can bring back certain cards. This card apparently sends cards to the graveyard. To me that would mean it is a bad card for the player it gets used against, not necessarily for the player that "draws" it or has it in their deck.

PapaG321 wrote:

I believe this link describes its use (somewhat) ...however I now need to know what's your "graveyard" and is this a good card or a bad card ! frown

https://yugioh.fandom.com/wiki/Destruction_of_Destiny


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Onemorepoint

Posts: 459
Joined: Apr 2014

Thursday, April 8, 2021 3:33 PM

I was never a Yu-Gi-Oh fan so i don't know if this is a good one or not!

Shaw Racing

Posts: 993
Joined: Feb 2019

Thursday, April 8, 2021 4:19 PM

Some of the artwork on these and other Gaming cards is really good and entertaining.

gb24

Posts: 226
Joined: Nov 2010

Thursday, April 8, 2021 4:27 PM

Taking me back to when I was in my early 50's  here. 

OverkillKid

Posts: 83
Joined: Dec 2020

Thursday, April 8, 2021 4:29 PM

As the young nerd I can explain a little. The graveyard is were the destroyed / used cards go. The weird part about this card is that it sends YOUR cards to the graveyard which would very rarely make sense. The only time I can see something like this working is if you are trying to put something in the graveyard for free with the plan to resummon or re-activate. Very weird card for sure. But great design.

captkirk42 wrote:

My initial guess is the "graveyard" is discarded or used cards from your playing deck. Google searching "Yugioh Graveyard" seemed to verify the basic concept of it being a discard pile of some kind. It goes on to state that in general cards in the Graveyard can not be replayed, but apparently there are some cards that can bring back certain cards. This card apparently sends cards to the graveyard. To me that would mean it is a bad card for the player it gets used against, not necessarily for the player that "draws" it or has it in their deck.

PapaG321 wrote:

I believe this link describes its use (somewhat) ...however I now need to know what's your "graveyard" and is this a good card or a bad card ! frown

https://yugioh.fandom.com/wiki/Destruction_of_Destiny


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