Today's article is about "Infinite Impermanence" one of the first real hand traps that existed in Yu-Gi-Oh. As cards like "Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring", "Effect Veiler" or "Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay" are called Hand Traps but are not actucal Traps.
We look at the advantages and disadvantages. We will also look at the card and compare it with another cards, like "Effect Veiler". We will also look at its field of application. Finally, we will reach a conclusion on whether the card is worth buying.
Advantages of the card compared to „Effect Veiler“:
- One of the advantages is that you can set the card. When you activate the set card, your opponent's Spells/Trap Card effects in the same row are negated.
- Another advantage is that the card is searchable with " Trap Trick" and a searchable hand trap is of corse good.
- And probably the best advantage is that you cannot negate the card with "Called by the Grave".
It can be actiated during either players turn.
Disadvantages of the card compared to „Effect Veiler“:
- One of the disadvantages is that in many Decks it's good to have monsters in the Graveyard, so in some Decks "Effect Veiler" is better.
Its a good main deck card in those decks, and for most other decks its a good side deck card.
Since the card is not exactly cheap, you can also play "Effect Veiler" as an alternative. If you do have the possibility to play "Infinite Impermanence", you should consider it.