Talk:Cosmic Fortress Gol'gar
Wow, I didn't think they'd give us any new Alien cards after all this time. Especially not any Synchro/Tuner Aliens. Impressive...I can't wait to see the full text this card has. Speedball 11:53, 19 September 2008 (UTC)
I found this on Pojo:
"Once per turn, you can return any number of face-up Spell or Trap Cards on the field to their owner's hands, and distribute that many A-Counters among face-up monsters on the field. Once per turn, you can remove 1(?) A-Counter from the field to destroy 1 card your opponent controls."
Even if this isn't its effect, I'm glad Aliens are getting more support (and good ones at that). In reality, the idea for the Aliens was there, all they needed was those couple of cards to get them through. 3-D 12:07, 19 September 2008 (UTC)
Yeah, I have to agree. Simply being able to summon a 2600-ATK monster as easily as this will be a great boon to Aliens, and if that's the effect this card really has, it looks like it'll replace Cosmic Horror Gan'giel well and somewhat combine its effect with that of Alien Telepath really well. I'm looking forward to this. Speedball 23:51, 20 September 2008 (UTC)
it has the ease of summoning just like junk warrior as well, since alien monite(lvl 1) special summons a lvl 4 alien from the graveyard.
i've been wanting to make an alien deck for some time just because their effects are fun, once this pack is released they may actually become competitive. 126.96.36.199 23:42, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
Actually, to the person who said that it has the ease-of-summoning of Junk Warrior -- it actually is even EASIER. This is because not only are the monsters needed (Lv4 monsters) much more playable than Level 2, but there are so many of them that fit the theme (Shocktrooper, Warrior, Hunter, Telepath, to name four), AND they're Reptiles ('Snake Whistle', 'Damage = Reptile', and a few others make getting them out much, much easier), so . . . it actually manages to beat Junk Warrior in the speed department! I can't wait . . . 188.8.131.52 01:50, 29 October 2008 (UTC)