Silver Skull

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Card Name: Silver Skull DARK
Card No: NLE-002, DMT2-027

Fiend / Spirit
When this card is Normal Summoned, destroy all other monsters on the field. Skip your Battle Phase this turn.

ATK/ 2700 DEF/ 100

History

The original card, created by Joseph Justus in 2002.
The original card was created by Joseph Justus in 2002 using Microsoft Paint and featured in the first season Ni-Ki-Oh! episode "By the Other's Paw." Its effect was the version used in the episode. Because of the card's low production value, and its unique existence in the hands of its creator Joseph Justus rather than given out as a prize, it was forbidden from casual and tournament play.

A modified, tournament-legal version of the card within the Free United Club of Kids was packaged with the Ni-Ki-Oh! DVD The Lost Episodes, released in 2004. It was reprinted beginning August 6, 2007 in the DMT2 Tournament Pack, a promotional expansion pack legal during the Cracked Egg Studios-sanctioned Duel Monsters Tournament II.

The reprint is a Spirit monster, and its effect is: "This card cannot be Special Summoned. This card returns to the owner's hand during the End Phase of the turn it is Normal Summoned, Flip Summoned, or flipped face-up. When this card is Normal Summoned, pay 1000 Life Points to destroy all other monsters on the field. Skip your Battle Phase this turn."

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TK Seya

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Artwork: The newer version is not actually that bad.

6/10

Stats: 2700/100 Dark Fiend Level 4 is good. Too bad it is a spirit.

7.8/10

Effect: Can be very good at times, especially when your opponent swarms.

8.1/10

Ease of Use: Really not that searchable. But, at least it is a level 4.

5/10

Stupid Combo:

Your opponent has an empty field and an empty hand. You play Silver Skull and activate the monster destruction effect foolishly to destroy your space-taking four goat tokens. Your opponent then gets directed for teh win. Not really a combo. Gay-muh End-uh.
 
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