Activate 1 of these effects. ● Target 1 face-up monster you control; send 1 "Vampire" monster from your Deck to the GY with a different Level from that monster, and if you do, that monster becomes the Level of that sent monster until the end of this turn. ● Target 1 "Vampire" monster in your GY; send 1 monster you control to the GY, and if you do, Special Summon the targeted monster. You can only activate 1 "Vampire's Desire" per turn.
Sends a Vampire monster from your deck to the graveyard.
Can be used to revive Vampire monsters.
Costs you 1 monster on the field to revive a Vampire monster.
Can only be used once per turn.
A lot of Vampire monsters want to be special summoned from the graveyard. Vampire Familiar and Vampire Retainer searches your deck when they are revived. Vampire Scarlet Scourge revives another Vampire monster when he is special summoned.
The first effect will be useful for setting up your graveyard with Vampire monsters. Vampire Retainer and Vampire Familiar have effects to revive themselves from your graveyard which would then lead into their search effects.
After you put a Vampire monster in your graveyard with Vampire’s Desire, you can make full use of Vampire Takeover to activate Vampire Kingdom from your deck and revive the Vampire monster in your graveyard.
Use these monsters’ effects to effectively discard “Vampire” monsters from the Deck to the Graveyard, so that you only need to use Vampire’s Desire to Special Summon them from the Graveyard to the Field.
but if they special summoned by takeover they wont be banished, so u can use retainer/familiar effect twice
Anonymous 6days ago
People complaining about the 2nd effect of Desire are just a bunch of stupid players. If you special summoned Familiar or Retainer from the GY, they cannot be used as tribute fodder to Desire, because they are BANISHED when leave the field while Desire needs you to send monster to GY