SDMM-EN033 Metalmorph Yu-Gi-Oh! Card
After activation, this card is used to equip
a face-up monster
. The monster
equipped with this card increases its ATK and DEF by 300 points. When attacking with a monster
equipped with this card, you can further increase its ATK by an amount equal to half the ATK of your target.
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If you equip a monster with 2 or more copies of "Metalmorph", the effect of each copy of "Metalmorph" is applied. For example, if you equip 2 "Metalmorph" onto a monster it will gain 600 ATK and DEF and when the equipped monster attacks your opponent's monster its ATK will be increased further by the effect of each "Metalmorph".
If "Reverse Trap" is activated, the increase of 300 ATK and DEF is changed into a decrease of 300 ATK and DEF. When your monster that is equipped with "Metalmorph" attacks your opponent's monster, the additional gained ATK, that is based on the ATK of the monster being attacked, is NOT changed to a decrease.
The additional ATK gained when your equipped monster attacks your opponent's monster is applied when you attack a face-up or face-down monster. This effect does not target.
If you have a Warrior-Type monster equipped with "Metalmorph" and it attacks your opponent's "Kinetic Soldier", the effect of "Kinetic Soldier" is resolved first. The monster equipped with "Metalmorph" will gain ATK equal to half of "Kinetic Soldier's" total ATK.
If your monster that is equipped with "Metalmorph" attacks your opponent's "Injection Fairy Lily", if your opponent activates "Injection Fairy Lily's" effect it will be resolved first, and then after "Injection Fairy Lily's" ATK is increased by 3000 your monster will gain additional ATK equal to half of "Injection Fairy Lily's" total ATK.
If your monster that is equipped with "Metalmorph" attacks your opponent's "Elemental Hero Wildheart", your monster will still gain additional ATK because "Metalmorph" does not affect the monster that is being attacked.
When you monster that is equipped with "Metalmorph" attacks your opponent's "The Wicked Avatar", first you will apply the additional gained ATK based on the current ATK of "The Wicked Avatar", and then if your equipped monster becomes the monster with the highest ATK on the field, the ATK of "The Wicked Avatar" will be recalculated.
o Example: Player A has "Cannon Soldier" equipped with "Metalmorph" (1400 + 300 = 1700 ATK). "Cannon Soldier" is the monster with the highest ATK on the field, so "The Wicked Avatar" has 1800 ATK (1700 + 100 = 1800 ATK). When "Cannon Soldier" attacks "The Wicked Avatar", the additional ATK is applied, giving "Cannon Soldier" a total of 2600 ATK (1800/2 + 1700 = 2600). "The Wicked Avatar's" ATK is then recalculated to 2700 (2600 + 100 = 2700) and damage is calculated. Player A's "Cannon Soldier" is destroyed and Player A takes 100 points of Battle Damage.
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- This card is extremely useful in taking back the upper hand over an opponent who is using a very powerful monster. The equipped monster only has to be half as strong as the one it is attacking in order for it to be able to destroy the opponent's monster by battle. Even outstandingly strong monsters like Rainbow Dragon can be taken down with relative ease this way.
- This card also works tremendously when equipped to a monster that does Piercing damage, such as Cyberdark Horn or Ancient Gear Golem, because it greatly increases the amount of battle damage this card does to a defending opponent.
- You can use this card to combat your opponent's Honest. They'll gain your ATK points (your monster's former ATK (without Metalmorph) +300) but you'll gain half of their new ATK points.
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