Cannot be Normal Summoned/Set. Must be Special Summoned by "Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV6", and cannot be Special Summoned by other ways. During either player's turn, when a Spell Card is activated: You can negate the activation, and if you do, destroy it. You must control this face-up card to activate and to resolve this effect.
Ultimate Providence can negate Spell, Trap or Monster effect at the cost of discarding the same card type. Since Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV8 can negate Spell effects, you can then focus on negating trap and monster effect with this card.
You can Special Summon higher level Horus by using the effect of lower level ones but they are required to destroy a monster to be able to use the Special Summon effect. You'll get rid of this problem by using Level Up!. You can use Level Up! to Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV6 since sending 1 face-up "LV" monster you control to the Graveyard is a cost.
This is the worst card in the pack. Now this is something that actually deserves a 3 or a 4 out of 10, since basically it stops your opponents spells but also locks you out of your own.Poor souls the ones that get this crap.
every horus user know they wouldn't attack rashly if enemy has face down spell/trap, only attack if you certain it is safe to do so, or you have a possible countermeasure for certain possible bad scenario.
I once had an opponent trying to control my Horus by using Enemy Controller + Forbidden Chalice to negate my Horus' effect. What happened was the following chain: Enemy Controller > Horus Negate > Forbidden Chalice > Horus Negate. LMAO. In their face, Forbidden Chalice does not even work on Horus lv 8, I love this beast.
Why when I negate some spells part of their activation provers still takes place? For example playing against a REZ deck they activated Cards of the red stone, they was able to send a card to the grave then I got to negate and destroy the card. The same thing happened with REZ insight. They was allowed the search but it only got negated after. Can someone explain? Because I thought negate means no chance of a whole activation taking place