Which Of These Cards Can Wake Up The Opposite King If Positioned Properly?
Of the following cards, which one is best at waking up the “opposite king” if placed in its proper position?
The Emperor of Winds
The Emperor of Winds is a level 4 wind monster. It has 1800 ATK and 1000 DEF, making it an ideal candidate for summoning The Sleeping King.
It’s also important to note that The Emperor of Winds has a continuous effect: when this card is destroyed by battle or card effect and sent to the Graveyard: You can Special Summon 1 “The Winged Dragon of Ra – Sphere Mode” from your hand or Deck in face-up Defense Position.
The Grandmaster of The Six Samurai
- The Grandmaster of The Six Samurai is a level 5 monster with 2300 attack points.
- You can tribute summon [card]The Six Samurai – Zanji[/card] by tributing two other monsters you control, who will then gain 500 attack points for each samurai on your side of the field. This means that if you have three samurais on your side of the field, he’ll be at 2700 attack points! That’s pretty good considering this card only costs one tribute to summon and has no cost to use its effect (unlike [card]Black Luster Soldier – Envoy of The Beginning[/card], which requires one tribute).
The Emperor of Winds , The Grandmaster of The Six Samurai and The Emperor of The Gods are all great cards to play when you have a monster on the field. If you want to trigger their effects, they need an empty zone in front of them (that’s where your other monsters will go after summoning).
The Legendary Fisherman III can only be activated if there are no monsters in its column or row. It won’t work with any other cards that require empty zones around them!
The Emperor’s Holiday lets you destroy one card from your hand during each turn; this means if you want to use its effect again next turn (like when using another holiday), then make sure not to destroy another copy before ending your turn!
We hope you enjoyed our list of cards that can wake up the opposite King.