Little man and I were very happy to see Leo and Frankie get their first subscription issue of the Shonen Jump Magazine. Since they subscribed about 2 months ago, they are one of the first people to receive the much anticipated synchro card to ever come out. As you see having a subscription does have it benefits.
So the latest YuGIOh card to come in the magazine is called T.G. Hyper Librarian
Level: 5 | Attribute: Dark | Type: Sellcaster/Synchro/Effect AtK/Def: 2400/1800
1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters
While this card is face-up on the field, each time a Synchro Monster(s) is Synchro Summoned, draw 1 card for each.
All I can say about this card is, “Why? Why? Why? Why? and Yes! Yes! Yes!”
Finally we have a copy of this amazing card. Now we, the team, can stop using the proxie and start plopping down this game changing card.
It may not seem like a big deal of a card and that it’s a bit hyped up. But T.G. Hyper Librarian is going to make an super impact on the game as we know it. The power of being able to draw extra cards from your deck for free is pure gold. The only issue is that there needs to be a synchro summon monster, while this card is faced up, to draw those extra cards.
The one key things you have to remember about T.G. Hyper Librarian is that it does not say when YOU synchro summon draw a card. It says “each time a Synchro Monster(s) is Synchro Summoned, draw 1 card for each.” That means you can draw a card for every synchro summoned monster your opponent summons.
You may not have a deck that synchro summons a lot. But in this meta, a lot of the decks you are going to face will. So playing this card on the field will make your opponent think twice about synchro summoning on his turn. They most likely do not want you to draw free cards.
But if you happen to be one of those meta decks, Chaos Junk Tengu Doppel Synchron, Zombie Plant Choas Reanimator Deck, Reborn Tengu Genex Ally Birdman, etc., that play a lot of synchro monsters you have to get a copy of this in your arsenial. This is the must have card in your synchro deck. As you know drawing extra card is like taking extra turns. Why not take as many extra turns as you can with T.G. Hyper Librarian.
The other key piece of this card is the wording on it. It has the word “draw” instead of the word “add” 1 card. If it had stated “add 1 card from the top of your deck to your hand” it’s effect would have been able to be stopped by Thunder King Rai-Oh. Draw means you can’t stop me from getting the card to my hand.
Can you see why they made this a limited card.? Meaning you can only get it from the Shonen Jump Magazine. If they put this type of card in a pack it definitely would have been a secret rare. We are really glad that it wasn’t put in packs and put into the magazine.
Go get your copies of T.G. Hyper Librarian now or wait 2 months from now.
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