Whatta Performopal!

Put on a performance with these cards from Battle of Legends – Light’s Revenge –!

By John Bae July 06, 2017

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Yuya Sakaki from Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V has a ton of powerful “Odd-Eyes” and “Performapal” Monsters in his arsenal. If you are a fan of “Odd-Eyes,” “Performapals” or just Pendulum Summoning in general, you should definitely check out Battle of Legends – Light’s Revenge – where you can find some of the strongest “Performapal” and “Odd-Eyes” Monsters out there.

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Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver is a “Performpal” and an “Odd-Eyes” Monster and benefits from cards that work with either. It is a Level 8 DARK Spellcaster Pendulum Monster with 2000 ATK and 2600 DEF, but at Pendulum Scale 4 you probably won’t use it to help you Pendulum Summon too often. Instead, the Pendulum Effect of Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver can help you Summon a completely different type of monster from your Extra Deck: Fusion! Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver’s Pendulum Effect is basically a Polymerization that you get to use every turn as long as you are Fusion Summoning a Dragon, and with great options like Odd-Eyes Vortex Dragon available, it can make a big impact!

Another option you have is Odd-Eyes Venom Dragon, a brand-new Fusion Monster from Battle of Legends – Light’s Revenge –. It is a Dragon Fusion Pendulum Monster made from a “Starving Venom” monster as well as an “Odd-Eyes” monster and comes with 3300 ATK and 2500 DEF. Once per turn, you can target a face-up monster your opponent controls and Odd-Eyes Venom Dragon will gain ATK equal to its ATK and also copy its name and effect! Odd-Eyes Venom Dragon also has an additional effect when it is destroyed in a Monster Zone that lets you Special Summon a monster from your Pendulum Zone and then place Venom Dragon in the Pendulum Zone. Odd-Eyes Venom Dragon has a Pendulum Scale of 1, and its Pendulum Effect can also dish out a ton of damage! Once per turn you can target one of your Fusion Monsters and have it gain 1000 ATK for each monster your opponent controls! Getting an extra 2000, 3000, or even 4000 ATK can turn a Duel completely on its head.

Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver also has a defensive Monster Effect that can help you protect your monsters. If one of your Pendulum Monsters battles an opponent’s monster, you can Special Summon Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver from your hand! Not only do you have an easy way to summon Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver, but its effect will kick in and also protect your Pendulum Monster from being destroyed during that battle.

If all of that wasn’t enough, Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver has another monster effect. During your Main Phase, you can Fusion Summon a Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck using Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver as well as monsters you control or cards in your Pendulum Zone as Fusion Materials. While you can still Fusion Summon Odd-Eyes Vortex Dragon you also get an additional option: Performapal Gatlinghoul from Maximum Crisis. It requires a “Performapal” and a Level 5 or higher DARK Monster, and because Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver can fill either requirement, you only need one other monster that fits one of the two requirements. Performapal Skullcrobat Joker is a great choice because it can also add Dissolver from your Deck to your hand.

The fiendish Gatlinghoul has a high potential for damage with 2900 ATK and a devastating effect. It’ll deal 200 for each card on the field, and if you used a Pendulum Monster as a Fusion Material, you can destroy a monster your opponent controls and inflict damage equal to its ATK! Performapal Gatlinghoul can easily finish off a Duel, and because it is easy to set up thanks to Performapal Odd-Eyes Dissolver, expect to unleash this bad boy often.

Make sure to check out brand new “Performapal,” “Odd-Eyes,” and more in Battle of Legends – Light’s Revenge – when it hits stores July 7!