Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds is a strange chapter in the history of Yu-Gi-Oh!. Why do they ride bicycles? Who knows, but it looks great and has earned us the “Motorcycle Card Game!” Popular! photo manipulation. It also introduced us to Synchro Summon, a new type of Special Summon that has since become an important part of the game. Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG.
Synchro Summon also plays an important role in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Learning how to make your Modifiers work and create powerful Synchro Monsters can be the difference between winning and losing, so it’s well worth the effort. Here’s everything you need to know about Yu-Gi-Oh’s Synchro Summon!.
What is Tuner and Synchro Monster?
Receive Synchro Monster on the field are the entire target of a Synchro Summon, and they can be identified with a completely white background. They all sit face-to-face in your Extra Deck, waiting to be summoned via Synchro Summon. For example, Windwitch – Diamond Bell is a Synchro Monster that requires a Tuner monster and a non-Tuner wind monster.
When Synchro Monsters enter the Extra Deck, they cannot exist anywhere other than the graveyard, field, or Extra Deck. If a Synchro Monster is added to your hand or to your Main Deck, they will instead be placed back into the Extra Deck. However, unlike Pendulum monsterSynchro Monsters can still be killed or sent to the graveyard, where they will stay.
‘Tuner’ is a term you’ll come across a lot in Synchro Summons, since they’re the fuel that drives the Synchro Summon engines. Other than the fact that they have “Tuner” in their type line, Tuner monsters work exactly like any monster that goes into your Deck. They can be Normal Summoned, set, or Special Summoned with appropriate effects – sometimes a deck without a Synchro Monster in it can run a Tuner just for other abilities its fit their strategy.
Most Synchro heavy decks will have multiple Tuner monsters in their Deck. However, they cannot run on their own, as most Synchro Monsters require a combination of Tuner and non-Tuner monsters to Special Summon.
Synchronous summoning method
To Synchro Summon a monster, you will need to collect all of its components and place them on the battlefield at once. For example, if you want to summon a Colossal Gladiator, you’ll need to control at least one Tuner and one non-Tuner monster.
The catch with Synchro Summon is the total number of monsters you send to the graveyard to summon must be exactly equal to to the level of the Synchro Monster you’re trying to summon. Going back to the Colossal Fighter example, the combined level of Tuner and non-Tuner monsters you send to the graveyard should be eight. While you obviously cannot fulfill this requirement, you cannot pass it either.
If you’ve met all the requirements for a Synchro Summon, you can do so by sending ‘materials’ from the field to the graveyard. The Synchro Monster can then be placed on the field in an attack or defense position, entering one of your main Monster Zones or your secondary Monster Zones.
Remember that each Synchro Monster has different summoning requirements. Some may be more generic, such as just any Modifier and any Modifier, but many specify Modifier Properties or may even name specific Modifiers that you will need. There are even some Synchro Monsters that require more than one Tuner, although these “Double Tuning” monsters are uncommon.
Unless the card says otherwise, you can only Synchro Summon during one of your two main phases.
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