[Noticias] Rumores sobre las nuevas invocaciones de Yu Gi Oh! ARC-V: "Superior Cards" o "Arc Monsters"


Muy buenas noches a todos los que leen ésto; La información que están a punto de ver no está verificada y por ningún motivo puede ser tomada enserio por ahora, son sólo especulaciones de lo que puede ocurrir cuando la nueva serie inicie (la próxima primavera). He decidido publicar ésto en el blog únicamente para difundir la información que ya comenzó a correr desde el día de ayer y que publiqué en mi página personal el día 13 de Diciembre.

Superior Cards

Yugioh Arc V will introduce "Superior cards!". These are red plated cards that unlike Synchros and Exceeds, Superior Cards has nothing to do with monster's levels. Superior Cards are just like the Burst Mode in Digimon or Mega Evolution in Pokemon XY. These cards has no levels nor ranks but gets an additional power ups! This Power Up is what we are going to call "Enhanced Ability" that is written in replace of the card's lores/effects. In short, it changes the monster's effect!

How does Superior Cards looks like?
Superior Cards are red plated cards that are going to place in our Extra Deck Zone. They are the Mega Evolution of our monsters. However, only selected monsters receieved Superior Form as of now. The Artwork in a Superior Card covers the entire body/border of the card. Yeah, pretty much like Pokemon Ex Card huh? Thats not all, Monsters in Superior Form all received an additonal 1000 points in their Attacks and Deffense stats.

Can all type of monsters receive a Superior Form?
Yes, wether its a normals, effects, fusions, synchros, rituals or exceeds/xyz can undergo superior change. It depends if those monsters have an available Superior Form.

How can we play the Superior Cards?
It is just very simple, you just put the Superior Card on top of your monster. Let say, you have a Dark Magician and you have a Superior Dark Magician in your Extra deck, you simply put the Superior Dark Magician on top of your regular Dark Magician. Superior Change is NOT treated as "summoning". Hence, your opponent cannot negate your monster while undergoing in Superior Change.

Arc Monsters

These are red plated cards that are placed in the Extra Deck. They receive effects depending on the cards used to summon them. In order to summon these monsters you must place the amount of Arc Units stated on the card to your spell/trap card zones (min 2, max 5, exception/extensions with the field spell zone may apply to certain cards). Arc Units can be place from either your field and/or hand and can be of a mixture of different types of monsters (some exceptions may apply regarding spell/traps if specified on the card, also spell/trap cards treated as monsters can be used). Tokens cannot be used. Cards used for Arc Units aren't considered to be cards on the field but take up the respective spell/trap card zones. Cards that destroy spell and trap cards do not effect them.

When Arc Unit(s) are removed place the card(s) back into the main/extra deck, cards returning to the deck aren't considered "returning to the deck" but considered "Restocking". Cards such as "Madolche Ticket" don't activate because the cards are considered to be "Restocking" instead of "returning to the deck."

When a Arc Monster is removed from the field/sent to the grave or banished area/placed under a xyz monster by any means, return the Arc Monster back to the Extra Deck and then Special Summon the remaining Arc Unit(s) used to summon the monster back to the field in face-up defense position.

The effect to Special Summon Arc Units will be place on every Arc Monster, these effects start a chain and are mandatory. If the Arc Unit(s) can't be Special Summoned by a Arc Monster's effect at the time you can either choose to keep the Arc Units where they are and treat them as spell/trap cards or Restock them into you deck, you must apply one of these choices and picking the choice effects "EVERY" Arc Unit of the Arc Monster that was returned to the Extra Deck. Meaning you can't leave one on field and Restock another unless card states otherwise.

When a Arc Monster is removed from the field/sent to the grave or banished area/placed under a xyz monster by any means, return the Arc Monster back to the Extra Deck and then Special Summon the remaining Arc Unit(s) used to summon the monster back to the field in face-up attack position. The effect to Special Summon Arc Units will be place on every Arc Monster, these effects start a chain and are mandatory.

If the Arc Unit(s) can't be Special Summoned by a Arc Monster's effect at the time you can either choose to keep the Arc Units where they are and treat them as spell/trap cards or Restock them into you deck, you must apply one of these choices and picking the choice effects "EVERY" Arc Unit of the Arc Monster that was returned to the Extra Deck. Meaning you can't leave one on field and Restock another unless card states otherwise.

Creerlo o no es decisión tuya, ambas opciones parecen viables (con sus detalles), antes pusimos sobre la mesa posibles hipótesis sobre el origen del nombre de la serie, tal vez éste nos diera alguna pista sobre lo que pudiera ocurrir, y parece ser que ambos rumores se asemejan. ¿Qué opinas de ambos rumores?

A mi parecer ésto podría darle un dinamismo tremendo al juego, digno del apogeo de las cartas Synchro una vez que existan las suficientes "mega evoluciones"  o materiales "viejos" (Cualquier efect de carta que no esté restringido a un uso por turno) interesantes para regresarlos al campo y abusar de sus poderosos efectos muchas más veces. Pero como antes dije éstos son rumores y no deben ser tomados en cuenta muy enserio por el momento.

Written by: Lenn Hegg



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