Metalfoes Zefra

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  1. Chaos says:

    You really like Zefra , don’t you? :3

    • Akira says:

      Haha, perhaps. But a lot more people were asking about Zefra combos due to them being relatively niche. Only a few could understanding what I was writing about in the weekly reports without detailing out the combos.

  2. would u talk about zefraxa. it gives u the option to make electrumite without the normal summon in that 2 card combo. its also possible to trigger twice in the same turn (once from the hand when u destroy zefraath and later from the gy when u destroy oracle) and it can help u play thru disruptions and hand traps and act like an extender.

    also the special summon u get from oralce when u fuse mithrilium since it’ll let u summon any monster u drew from electrumite, or one u couldn’t normally pendulum like a gamma or bulb.

    • Dunyele says:

      Zefraxa is hard once per turn. Which means you can only use “this” effect of Zefraxa once per turn. Since the from hand and the from grave effect are stated as one effect, “this” means, that you can only use this effect once per turn, either summoning it from the grave, or the hand.

    • Dunyele says:

      Zefraxa is use once per turn.

  3. What do you think about the viability of the Metalfoes Engine without Denglong in the TCG ? Sooner or later, Crystron Needlefiber and Summoning Sorceress (sad for europe) will get their TCG releases. But I highly doubt, that we will get back Denglong. Any suggestions on alternative Combo paths or engines for that case ?

  4. 龍知墨 says:

    May I translate this practicable article form English into traditional Chinese in Bahamut yugioh forum?

    • Akira says:

      Sure, you are welcome to translate and re-post as long as you credit me as the original author and leave a link back to my website. Thank you for seeking permission beforehand, very much appreciated. Cheers.

  5. Ren says:

    Can you make a combo article for Pendulum Magicians? They are an extremely combo oriented deck, and they have been worthy of one for a while now since they were the most represented deck of the last format and still have meta representation this format.

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