SDGU-EN028 Card Destruction Yu-Gi-Oh! Card
Each player discards their entire hand, then draws the same number of cards they discarded.
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Discarding your hand is not a cost for either player.
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Play tips for this YuGiOh Card
- Remember that this card gives a Card Advantage of -1, which means a disadvantage in terms of playing. In fact, after you discard your whole hand, you have to draw the same amount of cards you discarded minus one (the "Card Destruction" just used), though your opponent will draw exactly the same amount of cards he/she was forced to discard.
- Try to make your opponent's hand as large as possible for the best effect. A good card to use would be Giant Trunade, as it will also get rid of potential trap cards your opponent may have played. (Just remember to reset your Traps and Spells first.)
- If possible, set any cards you wish to keep before using.
- This is a good card to use with Greed if you have a fairly small hand.
- Combine this card with a previously activated Forced Requisition. If you discarded the same number cards as your opponent, they will lose their entire hand.
- Use this card in an Evil Hero deck so you may send Elemental Heroes to the Graveyard so they can be fused later. Drawing cards helps thin out your deck so the chances of you drawing into Dark Fusion or Dark Calling are increased. If you're going to run this card in an "Evil Hero" deck, you might as well run "Hand Destruction" and Morphing Jar.
- This card works great for Special Summons by sending powerful monsters to the Graveyard, but first playing cards like Monster Reborn face down and activating them after you've sent those cards to the "Graveyard".
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