Returns a Spellbook spell card back to the deck for later use.
Returning to deck is not a good form of retrieval.
This monster’s boost does not go away during the end phase, meaning you can you can stack the boosts indefinitely.
Here are some Spellbook spell cards that support the Prophecy Archetype and Spellcasters in general. Return them to the deck with Strength of Prophecy’s effect for recycling and an attack boost. Use Spellbook of Power and then return it to the deck with Strength of Prophecy. You now have a high attack monster, that can search out Spellbook of Power when it destroys a monster by battle, you can then repeat this every turn.
average 500 atk/ your turn isn't bad but you have to keep it face up on the field consistently, if the opponent lack skill effect that destroy monster card, you good to go. since the atk of this card is 1500, you need at least 8500 or more damage to get the highest score, which mean in average 17 turn to maximaze the dmg. last, Unlike other farm deck, this deck doesnt have indefinite protection.
idc how everyone else is running their youtubed spellbook decks, this is baby-girl beat-stick who loves to recycle. easy turn 1 4k attack monster