1 "Mecha Phantom Beast" Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner "Mecha Phantom Beast" monsters When this card is Synchro Summoned: You can Tribute "Mecha Phantom Beast Tokens" up to the number of cards in your opponent's hand; randomly discard cards from your opponent's hand, equal to the number of Tributed monsters. Other "Mecha Phantom Beast" monsters you control cannot be destroyed by battle or card effects. If this card in its owner's possession is destroyed by your opponent (by battle or card effect): You can Set 1 Quick-Play Spell Card directly from your Deck.
Tributes for cost / Your opponent discards / Activates from your Graveyard / Sets from your Deck
Cannot be destroyed by card effects
Cannot be destroyed by battle
Another way to summon the synchro having 2 tokens on field but more hard to pull:
Somehow special summon tetherwolf
Tetherwolf become lvl 7 with the token he summon
Normal summon the lvl 1 tuner
Use level augmentation on other tuner lvl 1 in your hand
Now your tuner is lvl 2
The tuner summon a token when is used for a synchro
Tribute both tokens and discard 2 cards on your opponent hand
The effect of the tuner summoning token resolves after jaculuslan, u need uses 3 cards, 2 normal summons to discard 1 card opponent.
jaculuslan is trash.
but u can uses impala + level augmentation in any MPB lvl 3. impala lvl 6 + any MPB lvl 3 from hand summom easy jaculuslan
Its not THAT bad.. its easy to summon with blue impala..
When summoned you can chain their trap to summon one more token given you have one already on the field.. two discards is a huge advantage in DL.. also, its third effect is really cool.. nobody played this in MD format.. I hope it will see more play here in SD
Hey if you somehow bring out two do you have a kind of lockdown like effect?
Summon blue impala
Use level augmentation skill
Pick a lvl 3 mecha beast in your hand (hamstrat example)
Synchro summon this cuz blue can use hand monsters
Done you have this on field.
(i recommend to somehow put mecha tokens on field first to actually discard cards from your opponent hand)