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The Seal of Orichalcos

October 3, 2012

Who doesn’t remember this card from the anime? If I told you that The Seal of Orichalcos was the best Field Spell Card in the game, would you be interested in learning more about the card?

The Seal of Orichalcos is a Field Spell Card that gives all of your monsters a 500 ATK boost. Once per turn, this card cannot be destroyed by card effects which is just like in the show. While you control 2 or more Attack Position monsters, your opponent cannot target your monster(s) with the lowest ATK as an attack target. Of course, there is a small catch of using The Seal of Orichalcos. When you activate The Seal of Orichalcos, all Special Summoned monsters you control are destroyed (that includes Synchro Summons and XYZ Summons). In addition to that, you can only activate The Seal of Orichalcos once per duel.

Summing It Up

The Seal of Orichalcos will destroy all of your Special Summoned monsters upon activation and prevent you from Special Summoning monster from your Extra Deck. However, everything else about the card is good. The Seal of Orichalcos cannot be destroyed by card effects once per turn, and all of your monsters gain 500 ATK! While you control 2 or more face-up Attack Position monsters, the monster you control with the lowest ATK cannot be selected as an attack target. You can only use 1 The Seal of Orichalcos per turn which is fitting since The Seal of Orichalcos is almost impossible to destroy and was never used twice in the anime during the same duel.

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