Ascension For Everyone

Summary: 4 new spells have been revealed on the Japanese Official Website. It looks like Warbear guessed right!

Fire Ascension

Cost – 0
Type – Dominion

Choose one allied creature that is not on Fire-field. You may sacrifice the target creature to summon a Fire creature in its place without paying the Summoning Cost. The summoned creature cannot attack this turn. This does not end your turn.

Wood Ascension

Cost – 0
Type – Dominion

Choose one allied creature that is not on Wood-field. You may sacrifice the target creature to summon a Wood creature in its place without paying the Summoning Cost. The summoned creature cannot attack this turn. This does not end your turn

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Water Ascension

Cost – 0
Type – Dominion

Choose one allied creature that is not on Water-field. You may sacrifice the target creature to summon a Water creature in its place without paying the Summoning Cost. The summoned creature cannot attack this turn. This does not end your turn.

Earth Ascension

Cost – 0
Type – Dominion

Choose one allied creature that is not on Earth-field. You may sacrifice the target creature to summon a Earth creature in its place without paying the Summoning Cost. The summoned creature cannot attack this turn. This does not end your turn.

Comment: Essentially, these are for each element.  It looks like yet another card in attempt to support unielemental deck.

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8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Danilo80 on February 18, 2010 at 8:07 am

    wow wow monoelemental deck rulez 😛

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  2. Posted by WARBEAR on February 18, 2010 at 8:18 am

    I was right.

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  3. Houshasen thanks for the translations!!
    They have also opened a blog dedicated to Eoj legends in Japanese PlayStation site…

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  4. Ahhh, want these cards for my PS3 decks too!!! 😦

    The one and only disadvantage of these cards is, that the new creature won’t have the field bonus. But imagine the power Kadena, Tritonan Sacred Court and even Moggy Howda will have… Definitly a must-have-card for all unielemental decks

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  5. Posted by Myr on February 18, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    Wow! Love the artwork!
    Awesome cards.

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  6. Posted by Anonymous on February 19, 2010 at 4:08 am

    The artwork is so bad …

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  7. Posted by WARBEAR on February 19, 2010 at 4:22 am

    Nice artwork, particularly on the Japanese style, water card.

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  8. Posted by Houshasen on February 19, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    @LaTen

    Yeah I noticed the new blog. Currently the blog contains no information though. Just a paragraph stating that they plan to provide some EOJ related news in the future. Nothing exciting nor usefult at this point yet. I hope it will be like EOJ Connection that Asahara once did, but more frequent.

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