You can Ritual Summon this card with "Machine Angel Ritual". If this card is Ritual Summoned: You can make your opponent send 1 monster they control to the Graveyard (their choice). If a Ritual Monster you control attacks a Defense Position monster, inflict piercing battle damage to your opponent. Once per turn, during your End Phase: You can target 1 Ritual Monster or 1 "Machine Angel Ritual" in your Graveyard; add it to your hand.
You can ritual summon this card by tributing 1 Cyber Angel Idaten and another tribute material(s) to add another 1000 attack and defense to your Dakini, and at your end phase, return Cyber Angel Idaten from graveyard to your hand.
You can ritual summon this card by tributing 1 Cyber Angel Benten and another tribute material(s) to retrieve another LIGHT Fairy-type monster from your deck, and at your end phase, return Cyber Angel Benten from graveyard to your hand.
You can ritual summon this card by tributing 2 Cyber Angel Benten, to trigger multiple searches for LIGHT Fairy-type monsters in your deck, and at your end phase, return 1 Cyber Angel Benten from graveyard to your hand.
You can ritual summon this card by tributing Cyber Angel Idaten + Cyber Angel Benten to combo trigger effects: 1000 attack and defense add to Dakini, and 1 LIGHT Fairy-type monster search from your deck to your hand, and at your end phase, return either Cyber Angel Idaten/Benten from graveyard to your hand.
You can also ritual summon this card by using 1 Vennu, Bright Bird of Divinity as tribute and return that material back to your hand during end phase.
Once summoned, you can choose not to activate the effect of opponent sending 1 monster to the graveyard, to avoid Enemy Controller tribute take counterplays, and preserve your Dakini. Choosing this option does not put you in a huge disadvantage because of Dakini’s effect of allowing all ritual monsters on your field to do piercing damage. In this scenario, even your ritual monster(s) piercing attacks will do some considerable damage to opponents’ Life Points, and may also force them to reveal their face-down cards.
Master of Rites Can be used each time your Life Points decrease by 1800. In the Draw Phase, instead of doing a normal draw, draw a random Ritual monster or spell card.
Blessing of the Cyber Angel Can be used if your Life Points drop below 2000. In the Draw Phase, instead of doing a normal draw, one Cyber Angel Monster Card, from outside of your Deck, is added to your hand. This skill can only be used once per Duel.
Red-eyes slash dragon needs to be destroyed, either by Battle or by card effects such as Super rush/michizu, for its revival effect to be activated. Dakini forces the opponent player to "send" his monster to the graveyard, not destroys, so similarly, Phoenix won't come back from the grave
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This card and the other CA was first introduced in GX series, and they only have 1 or 2 effects only. Benten Idaten dont have tributed eff, Dakini dont have end phase eff, MAR dont have grave eff (i think).
But it wasnt released until during during Arc V series, where by then the meta is already on fast pace. Thus, Konami gave them some added eff to be able to keep up with that meta.
ECon is very frustrating when trying to use the send to the graveyard ability. Prick opponent thinks their sly by controlling your Dakini and sending it to the grave instead. Sometimes if your opponents backrow seems sketch, just opt for not using this ability, luckily it’s optional.