Pay 1500 Life Points, then target 1 monster in your opponent's Graveyard; Special Summon that target on your side of the field in face-up Attack Position, and equip it with this card. When this card leaves the field, destroy the equipped monster.
You CAN use this card to revive a ritual monster from your opponents GY (unless the monster card says otherwise) HOWEVER, the overwhelming majority of Ritual cards must first be ritual summoned properly before they can be special summoned by other means. (I'm a TCG player folks! I know what I'm talking about!)
Then why did you say "the overwhelming majority" instead of "all"? There are exactly zero Ritual Monsters that can be revived without having been properly Summoned first, and, unlike Fusions, there haven't been any that can be "correctly" Summoned any other way.
Very annoying! Can't believe people ignore such a powerful card. 1500 LP is nothing if you can A) special summon a strong monster from opponent's graveyard, or B) special summon any monster from opponent's graveyard in order to Fusion summon a monster. Really???
I faced Mokuba level 30 and he summoned the Hamburger card on his first move, by tributing another Hamburger card from his hand. On my next draw I drew this card and attempted to use it to summon the Hamburger he tributed but it would only let me set this card, i couldn't activate it
Ritual Monsters can ONLY be Special Summoned by a Ritual Summon until they're Ritual Summoned. Since the discarded Hungry Burger wasn't Ritual Summoned, it can't be Special Summoned in a non-Ritual way yet.
Wrong. Each Ritual monster has its own way to be summoned and can be summoned by other ways. Take for example Shinato. It can only be summoned with Shinato's Ark. While some don't necessarily need to be used with Ritual Spells. Some say " can" and some say "can only". There is a difference for each Ritual monster.
always wondered wtf is this card meant to look like a robot or something? look at it its fking weird.