Welcome to “Game On!” the column where I review one card each week on how strong it is, what kind of deck would this card work in, and the pros and cons of the card. Today I will review the card “Injection Fairy Lily”. “Injection Fairy Lily” is a level 3 earth attribute spellcaster-type monster with 400 attack points and 1500 defense.
“Injection Fairy Lily” has a unique effect. During either player’s damage step, you can pay 2000 life points to have “Injection Fairy Lily’s” attack points increase by 3000 for that damage step only. This way “Injection Fairy Lily” can take out a large portion of your opponents’ monsters! However, 2000 life points-per-use can be rather risky. That’s why it’s best to play “Injection Fairy Lily” in a “heal” deck.
A “heal” deck is a deck type that focuses on increasing your life points, while decreasing your opponents. This deck features cards that restore your life points like “Life Absorbing Machine,” “Dian Keto the Cure Master,” “Solemn Wishes,” and “Healing Wave Generator,” greatly relieving the risk of you accidentally wiping yourself out before you can wipe out your opponent.
So, in conclusion, “Injection Fairy Lily” made be risky card on its own, with the right deck, it can be useful in emergencies. That’s all for this week, see you next time here at “Game On!”.