Is pendulum summoning overpowered?

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    Carolina Orozco
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    Is pendulum summoning overpowered?

    Pendulum Summoning is not the tactic that has become so overpowered that it has made the game unplayable. There are cards that are specifically created to be used as a counter to it despite the fact that it has some great bonuses that can drive players wild. Look over your deck and make any necessary revisions before continuing.

    Do pendulum effects count as spells?

    The activation of a Pendulum Effect is not the same as the activation of a Spell card; rather, it is the activation of a Spell effect. Nevertheless, positioning a Pendulum Scale within its zone causes the activation of a Spell Card and counts as a countdown to deliver Spell Counters to the proper players.

    Do pendulum monsters count as monsters in the pendulum zone?

    While in the Pendulum Zone, Pendulum Monsters are only treated as Spell Cards (of a sort that is not peculiar to the zone), and not as monsters.

    What happens when you discard a pendulum monster?

    Only if they were sent there from your hand or deck, or if they were utilized as Xyz material, will Pendulum monsters remain in the graveyard after they were destroyed. In a strict sense, a pendulum monster is put into the graveyard when it leaves the field (whether it does so by being destroyed or by being sacrificed), and only then is it put into the extra deck.

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    Is pendulum summoning overpowered?

    Is a pendulum effect a monster effect?

    Pendulum Monsters can only have their Pendulum Effects activated when they are in a zone designated as a Pendulum Zone. Even Normal Pendulum Monsters, which normally do not have any Monster Effects, are capable of having Pendulum Effects. It is possible that some Pendulum Monsters do not have any Pendulum Effects; in this case, the corresponding box will remain empty.

    How do pendulum monsters end up in the graveyard?

    If a Pendulum Monster is detached, its activation as a Spell Card or Summon is negated, or it is sent to the Graveyard from the hand, the Main Deck, or the Extra Deck, it is sent to the Graveyard in the same manner as any other card (as it was not on the field at the time).
    YamiWheeler (talk contribs) (talk contribs) 20:17, March 21, 2015 (UTC)

    Why do pendulum monsters go to the extra deck?

    The only mechanical difference between these cards and their non-Pendulum counterparts is what happens when they would otherwise be sent from the field to the graveyard. Pendulums are put face up on the Extra Deck whenever they are destroyed, used for a Synchro Summon, or sacrificed. Non-Pendulum cards are put face down in the graveyard whenever they are sent there.

    Do pendulums always go to the extra deck?

    Pendulum Monsters that are sent to the Graveyard from anywhere other than the field do not get added to the Extra Deck when they are sent there. When Pendulum Monsters are sent to the Graveyard from a location other than the field, they are placed in the Extra Deck instead of being destroyed.

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    Is pendulum summoning overpowered?

    Why does Konami hate pendulum?

    Pendulums are not disliked by Konami; rather, the company finds them to be intrinsically challenging to work with. Pendulum monsters are all basically two cards in one, which makes it very easy to construct a pendulum deck that is accidently broken. As a result, pendulum monsters are not made unless the creature specifically needs to be a pendulum in order to operate at all.

    Can you pendulum summon twice?

    You are not allowed to cast a new Pendulum Spell unless the one you are currently using is either destroyed or removed from the field by the effect of another card. You can only Normal Summon or Set a monster once per turn during one of your Main Phases, but you can declare a Pendulum Summon once per turn during one of your Main Phases. This is similar to how you can declare a Pendulum Summon once per turn during one of your Main Phases.

    How do XYZ pendulum monsters work?

    In most cases, Xyz Pendulum Monsters have a condition that states that they can then be Pendulum Summoned after a proper Xyz Summon should their Rank fall within your active Pendulum Scales, and they also have an effect that places them into a Pendulum Zone and serves as a Pendulum Scale themselves. In addition, Xyz Pendulum Monsters usually have a Rank that falls within your active Pendulum Scales

    How do XYZ monsters work?

    When you want to use a Xyz Monster, you must first perform its unique form of Summon, just like you do with Synchro Monsters. The Xyz Summons operate as follows: Put face-up monsters of the same Level that you control on top of each other, then place the corresponding Xyz Monster on top of those monsters. This allows you to gain more control over the monsters. That’s a Xyz Summon, right there!

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    Is pendulum summoning overpowered?

    Can XYZ monsters gain levels?

    2 Answers. The Rank of a Xyz Monster is not the same thing as its Level, because Xyz Monsters do not have levels.

    Is exodia a God card?

    A more in-depth response would be that Exodia is not even a god card. I can’t recall which episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! debuted Exodia first, but it was probably either the first or second one. All of the God cards have the type Divine-Beast and the attribute Divine, although Exodia and his parts both have the Spellcaster and Dark card types respectively.

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