Posted by : Abdalaziz al-shammari Sep 15, 2011
Level 4 and lower monsters are the basic building blocks of Decks. If you don’t have enough Level 4 and lower monsters in your Deck, you’ll have trouble drawing monsters to attack your opponent or defend your own Life Points. If you’re just starting out, there are plenty of Level 4 and lower monsters that you can use from Starter Deck: Dawn of the Xyz and Generation Forceto help you win some early Duels.
Normally, the biggest Level 4 monster you’re going to see has 1900 ATK. Monsters with more than that usually have some kind of drawback to them that can mess you up if you aren’t careful, like Wulf, Lightsworn Beast, a 2100 ATK monster that you cannot Normal Summon.Gene-Warped Warwolf doesn’t have any effects, good or bad, but it does have 2000 ATK, and that’s enough to wreck some face.
Blade Knight is cool because it has a decent amount of ATK (1600) and has 2 nice effects. If it’s the only monster you control, it negates the FLIP effects of anything it destroys in battle. If you have 1 or fewer cards in hand, Blade Knight’s ATK rises to 2000! If both are true, then you get both effects. It’s a useful, basic attacker that’s great at taking out pesky monsters likeRyko, Lightsworn Hunter and Morphing Jar.
If you have Starter Deck: Dawn of the Xyz, then you should also have at least one Rank 4 Xyz Monster to work with: Number 39: Utopia. If you have more Rank 4 monsters, like extra copies of Utopia, you might want to consider Goblindbergh for your Deck. It’s Level 4, and lets you Summon a second Level 4 or lower monster from your hand. Normally you’ll use this to get a second Level 4 monster and Xyz Summon. For best results, pair Goblindbergh with a monster that has an effect that works when it’s Special Summoned, like Sacred Crane orElemental Hero Stratos.
Monsters that can do two different things, like Blade Knight, are frequently very useful.Gogogo Golem is another Level 4 monster with two different purposes. It has 1800 ATK so it’s a good monster to attack with. It also has a special ability that protects it from being destroyed while in Defense Position once per turn. It’s good on offense or defense, so it’s a good pick when you’re just starting out.
Milla the Temporal Magician
You may have heard advanced Duelists talk about how knowledge is power. It’s true. Seeing what cards your opponent has makes it easier to win. Preventing your opponent from activating their cards also makes it easier to win. Milla the Temproral Magician does both. When you Normal Summon her, you can look at any of your opponent’s face-down cards, and your opponent can’t use Spells or Traps in response to this effect. Check your opponent’s Spell or Trap Card to see if it’s safe to Summon a bigger monster or Set your best Trap, or check out their Defense Position monster to see if it has a Flip Effect! Milla has 1800 ATK and lets you plan out your future turns without interference.
All of these cards are easy to get. If you have Starter Deck: Dawn of the Xyz, then you already have Gene-Warped Warwolf and Blade Knight. Goblindbergh, Gogogo Golem, and Milla the Temporal Magician are all common cards in Generation Force, so they’re easy to pull and even if you don’t, they’re easy to trade for. If your Deck is lacking in the Level 4 department, why not give some of these monsters a try?
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