What is that card~?
Time to time, when playing the game, it is not uncommon for your opponent to either drop their card, upon which their hands will scurry across to cover the card, hoping to conceal it before your sharp eyes identify the card. Actually happened to me once. I got too nervous during my first large-scale event and dropped my Mirror Force from my hand as I was shuffling my cards in the hand. My opponent saw it and the next turn, he swapped all but one monster to defense position.
Well done Ken....Another likely scenario you may face might be when your opponent mistakenly activates the incorrect set card or drops another card when he wanted to activate Maxx "C" from his hand. Yes, this had also happened to me.
In these situations, more often than not, you will only be able to catch a partial glimpse of the card's artwork and may not even have time to read or register its card name. So for today, we have an interesting puzzle for readers to guess - with only the partial artwork of a card provided, are you able to determine which card it is?
Your Yu-Gi-Oh knowledge is put to a test, which might be challenging for newer players not exposed to the older meta and hence, the older cards. But nevertheless, do give your best shot at discerning the following images' identity.
|Hint: DARK fiend|
|DARK effect monster|