...yea, I'm starting to think you new bloods are doing this on purpose. Let's try this: Everything you THINK I said, try the inverse.
Now take this part literally: This original Con comment still makes no sense & the 1st Anon is right as the majority of Summon Methods demand at least 3 cards to pull off & that DOES NOT make Fusions bad because of it.
Anything else you wanna get off your chest?
Once again, you twisted my words. I never said that I thought requiring resources made a card bad, I only said that your logic was poor. But, now you are trying to tell me that I said that requiring resources does make a card bad.
"and that's why all fusions are bad, because you have to give up a lot of resources in order to summon them, it's a weakness all fusions have that causes them not to be used"
What is there to twist? Plz tell me because black & white ain't lying right here. Good luck twisting this btw & you have a good night.
I am not the Original Anonymous, and you clearly know this by saying "New Bloods" with an s and by saying "the 1st Anon".
Also you completely ignored this because it didn't fit your narrative:
"I agree with you that this card isn't bad for requiring resources though"
This is card is still weak for having 2200 attack.
I run a Gemini Deck with it and it's pretty handy. If you say, fusion summon Superalloy with Phoenix Gearfried and Gemini Soldier, and then summon Blazewing butterfly, you can then use the effect and then tribute summon Phoenix Gearfried.
Having a couple Double Summons and Gemini Boosters is just gravy on the deck.
Is this card can't fusion summoned with a fusion subtitute?
Fusion substitutes can only sub for monsters specifically named in the fusion monster, like Red-Eyes Black Dragon or Meteor Dragon for Meteor Black Dragon. Since this card doesn't specify a name you can't use a substitute.
even this card attack considerably low but it have nice effect.