Unit of The Week: Hexagonal Magus (V Series)

Hexagonal Magus (V Series)

A definite future by this hand……Fortune Passage!

[AUTO](VC):When placed, COST [Counter Blast (1)], look at two cards from the top of your deck, put them on the top of your deck in any order, and draw a card.
[AUTO](VC/RC):When your drive check reveals a trigger unit, this unit gets [Power]+5000 until end of turn.

Hexagonal Magus is the headliner for Trial Deck V5 – Misaki Touka. She is the first vanguard for the standard format’s Magus archetype. Her skills manipulate the deck, draw cards, and gain power from a cool skill. Her skills make her a great card to play in both formats. Hexagonal Magus is also a centerpiece in Gyze decks in the premium format.

Hexagonal Magus’s first skill looks at the top two cards from your deck. Then, you place them on top of your deck in any order and draw a card. This skill is great for drawing cards and stacking triggers on your deck. Always place a trigger on top of your deck. You can play aggressively with triggers on top of your deck, and give the effects to your units.

Play these cards with Hexagonal Magus!

Hexagonal Magus’s second skill gives 5,000 to her when your drive check reveals a trigger unit! This skill works for her as the vanguard and a rear-guard. Two triggers and her skill raises her power to 42,000 without a boost! I recommend only riding Hexagonal Magus as the vanguard to continue to get Protect markers. In addition, your opponent must consider the 5,000 power when guarding.

Premium Format

Dragon Deity of Destruction, Gyze benefits from the new Magus units. Hexagonal Magus’s skill stacks triggers to accelerate Gyze’s arrival. If you play your cards right, then you can quickly Ultimate Stride Gyze and win the game. Furthermore, Hexagonal Magus is able to gain power from drive checks because her second skill raises her power when triggers are revealed. This skill compensates you for replacing triggers’ power with Neon Gyze’s skill.

Play these cards with Hexagonal Magus in the Premium Format!

Overall, Hexagonal Magus is a great card for the standard format and premium format. Hexagonal Magus offers a nice combination of defense and offense. Her first skill draws a card and manipulates the deck. Then, her second skill raises her power when a trigger is revealed during a drive check. Oracle Think Tank is now a diverse clan in the standard format. I am looking forward to seeing a variety of decks with Hexagonal Magus.

Card Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

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