If you control a "Red-Eyes" monster, except "Red-Eyes B. Chick": You can target 1 Normal Monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it. If this card in your possession is destroyed by an opponent's card effect and sent to your Graveyard: You can target 1 "Red-Eyes" monster in your Graveyard, except "Red-Eyes B. Chick"; Special Summon it. You can only use each effect of "Return of the Red-Eyes" once per turn.
How to Get
Revives Normal Monsters.
Has a second revival effect when destroyed by your opponent’s card effect.
Can be used multiple times.
First effect can only be used if you control a Red-Eyes monster.
Red-Eyes Fusion easily puts a Red-Eyes monster on the field by renaming the Fusion Summoned monster into Red-Eyes B. Dragon. Red-Eyes Fusion can also pitch Normal Monsters like Red-Eyes B. Dragon, Summoned Skull, etc. into your graveyard depending on your Fusion Monsters.
The downside is that you cannot activate Return of the Red-Eyes the same turn you activate Red-Eyes Fusion.
Gemini Monsters are treated as Normal Monsters while in the graveyard so they can be revived by Return of the Red-Eyes. Meteor Dragon Red-Eyes Impact is a good a great target because it can protect the Red-Eyes monster already on your field.
Spirit is better imo too, however, being continuous and able to target any normal monster or monster treated as normal while in the graveyard gives it an interesting potential in unorthodox builds.
Specially with how easy it will be to get a red-eyes on the field with the new fusion and retro lvl 4.
The advantage to Return is being able to re-use a Tuner like Flamvell Guard or Galaxy Serpent. The fact you can use Return in both turns means you can apply a fair bit of pressure mid-late game with Red-Eyes spam, too.
The fact it gets a Summon when it's Shi En'd is probably worth mentioning, too.
If something is obvious it suddenly becomes acceptable? The fact it's meant to not reference to religious themes doesn't change one single bit about how messed up and wrong it is to censor the name of a simple monster based on the beliefs of a religion.
Realistically, even if they weren't going out of their way to censor Daemon, the odds are pretty good that Summoned Skull would've gotten a name change anyway.
I think the main thing to take away here is that Daemon was a terrible archetype name. They overused it on random cards (look at stuff like Shadow Tamer, A Deal with Dark Ruler, etc.). It and Guardian should have never been archetypes.
I mean, this won't be the first time something like that happened. Des Gardius and B.E.S. Big Core has a PSCT that doesn't exist in TCG yet, and Forbidden Graveyard is already changed into Silent Graveyard a few weeks before TCG reprinted the card. And they updated Gilasaurus' PSCT.
Now the question is why they still haven't errata Red-Eyes Spirit and Paladin of Dark Dragon in DL.
There isn't really a reason to errata cards to remove card names that no longer exist. It doesn't actually functionally change how the card works, and updating its text in the database is meaningless, since it doesn't magically make RL copies of Pothole Squad update.
Also, fun fact: Warrior of Atlantis names a card that doesn't exist as far as the game's concerned, and isn't due to a name change.
my idea for RED EYES NEOS deck
3x red eyes wyvern
2x e-hero neos
2x red eyes b. dragon
1x sphere kuriboh