again its from a structure pack so rarity doesnt mean anything lol. they could make it super mega ultra rare and it wouldnt make a difference lmao. dont get why so many people are freaking out about it being a R
Lack logic much?
If something is overpowered you can expect people to use it, because they won't trust others not to and then have an advantage.
If you have a problem with a card then that is what your problem is with. You can't blame people for playing the game their way.
what does that even mean lol. rarity means something if it impacts how hard it is to get the card. exploder dragon is from a structure pack, meaning that you will always get both the SR and Rs if you just buy it. please dont use whatever kind of retarded analogy like that again
If that card was a SR card, it would never be in a pack like this with another SR. So, yes rarity does have an impact here. The whole idea is that the card should not be in that pack because it shouldn't be a rare; It should be much more difficult to get. If I had an ultra rare card that I wanted and was told that I could just buy 10 packs and hope I get it or pay 500 and be 100 percent sure I...
...get it, then why would I leave it to luck? What's the point of people buying card packs to begin with? This is Konami trying to help starter noobs just like they ensure decks aren't shuffled randomly so that you can lose some games by force.
This card should be SR at the least. It isn't designed to have attacking capabilities. It's a kamikaze dragon as its name suggests. It can essentially destroy any monster more powerful than it with no consequential damage. Let's say I summon a Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon...they can just summon this card from their hand, attack and destroy BEUD due the effect, and take no battle damage. They lose a measly dragon...and I lose a BEUD which is super difficult to summon, and has waaaaay more attack power. Consider an UR trap card "Seven tools of the Bandit" that makes you have to pay 1000 life points only to destroy a trap card. If you think that this is a "rare" card, then you're one of the noobs using the preset overpowered deck cards because you can't make your own deck. This was Konami's attempt to help noobs, and the put a BS overpowered card for it.
If a card has abilities that mean it should be UR, then it should be. Getting an UR gem isn't like getting a R gem when you trade a card, so no it's not ing. It's little es who like to make stupid comebacks when they know something is overpowered and they can just abuse it themselves.
That's exactly what retarded people who have no excuse or rationale to justify what they're claiming do; They call others retards
This card has a major problem. it can't deal any damage so even if you attack your opponent directly using this card, your opponent will not receive any damage. So, the only way to use this card is attack your opponent set monster or just set this card and let your opponent attack it.
It isn't designed for that. It can destroy monsters stronger than itself while taking no battle damage. It should be UR, not R. That's like saying "Seven tools of the bandit"" shouldn't be ultra rare because it causes 1000 points of damage to destroy a trap card.