This monster has to still be in the deck and not in your hand.
Can you please add red eyes darkness metal dragon to this game it's an all time favorite in the region dueling world. I used to go on dueling network back in the day and made an amazing dragon deck with it. I know I'm not the only one who would agree that this dragon (red eyes darkness metal dragon) would be a welcome and sought after card. Please consider this addition.
While I do agree that this card is amazing, I use on myself in real life, it would be way too good for this game since it can flood the board for basically no cost in 2 turns and you can special summon it really easily. Agian, I love this card, but it would break the game if they added it.
You need red eyes b. dragon on the field, equip it with metalmorph trap card. Now you can tribute the red eyes equipped with metalmorph to special summon red eyes b. metal dragon.
I mean, couldn't you summon this and put another metalmorph, or even better, a rare metalmorph on it? its a better REBD which has 100 more Attack minus the half attack addition and he saves a spell/trap zone spot.
Still isn't good cause it's a dead draw if you have it in your hand and rare metalmorph is not good in a Red-Eyes deck (which is where you'd use REBMD) and Red-Eyes isn't good in a machine deck (which is where you would use Rare Metalmorph) and equipping REBMD with another metalmorph would just be a waste since you could have equipped that card to your regular Red-Eyes to make it even stronger.
lol he means that for example... red eyes has been sent to the grave yard and you use the regretful rebirth trap card to re-summon the rebd but only last til the end phase then its gone.
So to prevent that effect from happening.. you can use red eyes black metal dragon to summon from tributing rebd + metalmorph for a new refresh monster and that's how you remove the effect of that trap card.
There are some uses for this card, but they're most likely not worth it. Because it's special summoned from the deck, it thins the deck by a card. Red Eyes Black Metal Dragon also is a machine type monster, allowing you to activate Rare Metalmorph on it. Again, a pretty bad card, but not completely useless.
Yes. It's much better cause it can get over any card with less than 5400 ATK if it attacks it while equipped with Metalmorph cause it gains an attack boost when attacking.
So, everything there is to say about this card also applies to Metalzoa, since it's the same thing. This has got to be up there as one of the most pointless boss monsters ever. For one, it locks your character to Bandit Keith, as you need his Switcheroo skill in case you draw this card prematurely. So, let me get this straight, I need to summon Red-Eyes, equip it with a specific trap, pray my opponent doesn't use Twister, (an investment of 3 cards and 1 turn minimum,) in order to summon a beater with barely better ATK and DEF but no effect? Why would anyone in their right mind even consider it? Oh, if I also have another specific trap, Rare Metalmorph, I can put it on this card? Well, that begs the question, why are you playing a vanilla Dragon in a Machine deck in the first place? Red-Eyes already has stronger beaters in-game that take less effort; they're called Meteor B. Dragon and B. Skull Dragon.
It is useful in a red-eyes deck now that they added "red-eyes spirit." Red-eyes spirit allows you to special summon a red-eyes from the graveyard. So if you have a red-eyes equipped with metalmorph you can tribute the red-eyes to special summon the metal red-eyes from your deck, then you can use red-eyes spirit to special summon red-eyes. now you have both a red-eyes and a metal red-eyes on field
Still isn't useful though since you have to use even more cards just to get 2 mediocre monsters on the field and you also have to give up your metalmorph which would give your monster a huge advantage as it is. Also fusion summoning a Red-Eyes fusion monster takes much less effort and less resources and it still places your Red-Eyes in your grave so that you can summon it with Spirit.