Difference between revisions of "Card Tips:Ceremonial Bell"

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* This card is effective against a [[Koa'ki Meiru]] deck. Since your opponent is forced to permanently show his/her [[hand]], S/he cannot reveal any cards to you in order to satisfy the costs of keeping Koa'ki Meiru monsters on the field, and must either discard an "[[Iron Core of Koa'ki Meiru]]" or destroy the monsters.
 
* This card is effective against a [[Koa'ki Meiru]] deck. Since your opponent is forced to permanently show his/her [[hand]], S/he cannot reveal any cards to you in order to satisfy the costs of keeping Koa'ki Meiru monsters on the field, and must either discard an "[[Iron Core of Koa'ki Meiru]]" or destroy the monsters.
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* Similarly, it is very effective against any deck using [[Danger!]] cards.
  
 
* This card may have some uses in an [[Infernity]] deck, since you would have no cards in your hand most of the time so your opponent is the only one revealing his/her hand.
 
* This card may have some uses in an [[Infernity]] deck, since you would have no cards in your hand most of the time so your opponent is the only one revealing his/her hand.

Latest revision as of 16:31, 14 July 2019

  • Use this card with "Mind Crush" and "D.D. Designator" to get rid of dangerous cards in your opponent's hand. Beware, since you also have to reveal your hand, your opponent can use the same strategy against you.
  • This card is effective against a Koa'ki Meiru deck. Since your opponent is forced to permanently show his/her hand, S/he cannot reveal any cards to you in order to satisfy the costs of keeping Koa'ki Meiru monsters on the field, and must either discard an "Iron Core of Koa'ki Meiru" or destroy the monsters.
  • Similarly, it is very effective against any deck using Danger! cards.
  • This card may have some uses in an Infernity deck, since you would have no cards in your hand most of the time so your opponent is the only one revealing his/her hand.

Traditional Format[edit]