|Galaxy Vortex evolution |
(Shinka Gyarakushī Borutekkusu)
DM-19 Spectacle Nova
Instead, you evolve them over 3 different creatures.
Summoning an evolution creature with Galaxy Vortex evolution tends to be a great loss of field advantage as the player must lose 3 Evolution Sources in exchange for 1. This leaves the player with only a single creature which leaves their side of the battle zone vulnerable, especially when the Galaxy Vortex Evolution creature is possibly removed with a Shield Trigger afterwards.
This evolution keyword first featured on Phoenixes but was later featured on other races.
It has 3 variants;
The latest reminder text for Galaxy Vortex evolution reads;
|Galaxy Vortex evolution—Put on 3 of your RACE1, RACE2 and RACE3 creatures.|
|Nature/ Evolution Creature |
■ Galaxy Vortex evolution—Put on top of 3 of your Dreammates, Arc Seraphims, and/or Wild Veggies.
■ Meteorburn—Whenever this creature attacks, you may choose a non-evolution creature under it and put it into the battle zone. (That creature still gets summoning sickness.)
■ Triple breaker (This creature breaks 3 shields.)
Cards with the Galaxy Vortex evolution ability
- Q. If I have 3 creatures in the battle zone from just 1 race, can I still use them for my creature with Galaxy Vortex evolution?
- A. Yes, you can use any combination of the required races.
- Q. Can I use a substitution for a race, like Innocent Hunter, Blade of All?
- A: Yes, but you still need the correct number of evolution sources.
Double Breaker ● Triple Breaker ● Quattro Breaker ● World Breaker
Deck evolution ● Mad Deck evolution
Graveyard evolution ● Graveyard Vortex evolution
Graveyard Galaxy Vortex evolution ● Galaxy Vortex evolution Omega
Hand evolution ● Hand Vortex evolution
Mana evolution ● Mana Vortex evolution
Mana Galaxy Vortex evolution ● Neo Evolution
Super Infinite evolution ● Super Infinite Graveyard evolution ● Super Infinite evolution Omega
Ultimate evolution ● Ultimate evolution MAX
Vortex evolution ● Galaxy Vortex evolution