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The Best Level 01 Monsters

Why A/D Changer Is A Good Monster Card For Your Deck

 A/D Changer has 100 ATK and 100 DEF that can only activate its effect when it is in the Graveyard. By banishing A/D Changer, you can change the Battle Position of 1 monster on the field. You can change one of your monster’s Battle Positions during the Main Phase with A/D Changer’s effect. Monsters who have activates that only activate when they change their Battle Positions such as Blade Rabbit can benefit from this effect.

Why Golden Ladybug Is A Good Monster Card For Your Deck

Golden Ladybug can help you gain a lot of life points. Once per turn, during your Standby Phase, you can show this card to your opponent in your hand to gain 500 life points. If you do, Golden Ladybug remains revealed while it is in your hand until the End Phase. You can keep on revealing Golden Ladybug and gaining even more life points. If you want to use Golden Ladybug in your Deck, make sure you can keep monsters on your side of the field because if Golden Ladybug is the only card in your hand, and you have no other cards on your side of the field, you’ll have to defend yourself somehow.

Why Cyber Larva Is A Good Monster Card For Your Deck

 Cyber Larva has only 400 ATK and 600 DEF, but it is a very good card that will keep you safe from Battle Damage for an entire turn. If this face-up card is targeted for an attack, you take no Battle Damage for the rest of this turn. Even if Cyber Larva is attacked by a stronger monster while it is in Attack Position, you will not lose any life points. When Cyber Larva is destroyed by battle and sent to the Graveyard, you can Special Summon another Cyber Larva from your Deck. If you have no other monsters on your side of the field and your opponent can still attack with multiple monsters, I would not recommend Special Summoning the Cyber Larva. However, if your opponent has no more monsters that can attack, I would highly recommend Special Summoning the other Cyber Larva because you will again be protected from losing Battle Damage.

Why Dark Spider Is A Good Monster Card For Your Deck

Dark Spider is primarily for anyone with a Deck with a lot of Insect-Type monsters. However, you will appreciate the advantages of having Dark Spider in your Deck right away. Once per turn, you can increase the Level of 1 face-up Insect-Type monster you control by 2 until the End Phase. This can be very helpful for Synchro Summons and XYZ Summons alike. If there are no other Insect-Type monsters you control, but you do have other monsters that could be potential Synchro Materials or XYZ Materials, you can use Dark Spider’s effect on itself. Then Dark Spider would become a Level 3 monster until the End Phase.

Why Griggle Is A Good Monster Card For Your Deck

 When Griggle was first introduced to the game, there was little purpose for the card. Now with more cards involving swapping control of monsters to your opponent, Griggle’s effect is definitely noteworthy. When this face-up card’s control shifts to your opponent, you gain 3000 life points. This would be a nice effect to use if you only had 100 life points left. All of a sudden, with a Creature Swap, you could be back up to 3100 life points. The effect of Griggle can only be used once as long as it remains face-up on the field which means your opponent won’t be able to use its effect for himself/herself. Griggle is also a very weak monster with 350 ATK and 300 DEF, so when Griggle’s control shifts to your opponent, you can leave it in Attack Position so that one of your monsters will be able to destroy it easily. Then you will gain life points and inflict a lot of damage to your opponent at the same time!

 

  

 

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