Can negate the effect of your opponent's monsters, disrupting their plan.
Destroys the monster that this card targets.
Requires a discard of 1 card to activate.
Against normal monsters like dino decks, this card can be a dead card.
It's recommended to not put more than 1 copy in a deck, since it relies on your opponent's monster activation, also since it requires you to discard a card from your hand and getting draws can be difficult. You can use it early in the duel to get an advantage by destroying the monster or save it until they start summoning monsters like Gravekeeper's Oracle or Levia-Dragon - Daedalus to destroy them and ensuring victory.
Fackin ignoramus, Divine Wrath IS a trap card, not a monster effect, what probably happened is his ooponent used Divine Wrath outside of the battle phase and since Trap Jammer only happens inside the battle phase, he couldnt activate it.Forget learning to read, you should go to prison.
man are people cheating or what. I had Divine Wrath Set for 4 turns waiting for opponent to summon Gravekeeper Oracle. Set activation ON in toggle too be rdy. but when he activates i see a quick lag and it wont let me activate my trap wtf.
Daedalus isn't good, Clowns aren't common, Man Eater Bug isn't released to players, and Barrel Dragon is gonna take a huge hit in usage once 3SD gets nerfed in a few days. It's not a terrible card or anything but the discard effect makes it less viable and almost every deck would rather run something else instead.
There's no way this is rated 9 because Ultimate Providence thoroughly outclasses it. In this game, if there's something you can guarantee having in hand always is monsters thanks to the lack of special summon tools, while also allowing you to negate spell and traps if you're smart enough and can read your opponent plays. This card is just bad at its job.
That is only the case if your deck is balanced between magic, monster, and trap cards and have a balanced hand, which is very hard to get in duel links if balance isn't your skill. Otherwise, ultimate providence is too situational to be better than divine wrath.
Did you read his effect Malik?! He is effected just not when he summoned so if he is summoned with sphere mode he is destroyed if he destroys a monster with 1000 L.P he is destroyer so yes it does work. Keep in mind Obelisk is the only god card that isn't effected by spells and traps (mostly)
Lol nope. OTC requires a monster, EtL requires you have it set, and both would be destroyed when Gandora comes on the field. Divine Wrath or Champions Vigilance are the only cards I know that can stop him.
It depend. Some of them considered as summoning condition, meanwhile some of them considered as eff. For example you cant use it on vice dragon. I believe you cant use it to prevent dark necrofear as it was the summoning condition, but her 2nd eff ( take control of ur monster ) can be chained by this card.You could use card such as Champion's Vigilance to prevent it to be summoned.
Doesn't work against gravekeeper oracle, konami really neeed to fix this.. I lost 3 times because of this bug.