Ah, the dragon. A staple of every element. Time, though, is fun because the names of them are so interesting. If you didn't know, both devonian and silurian are references to earlier time periods, devonian being from 416 to 359.2 million years ago and silurian from 443.7 ? 416 million years ago. Both from the Paleozoic era. Now back to the actual card. The upped form is part of a three way tie for the second highest base attack out of all the creatures at a whopping 13. Something you wouldn't really expect from time, but helpful nonetheless.
What decks do well with these dragons?
- Obviously, they are a necessity in any mono time rush deck.
- Control decks lacking damage can make use of them too, just a couple though. (Maybe an anubis too if possible). For instance, immortal flying eternities is very slow; add a dragon to make it faster.
So any pro" strategies I could use with this card?
- Not really. I mean, it's a dragon...
- Immortalizing these dragons, especially, is very useful. Gravity shield won't stop it, and then it isn't vulnerable to creature control. Also, time has better synergy with aether than fire's ruby dragon :) .
What synergies does this card have?
- Anubis: Immortal 13 attack dragons is scary. And both are time!
- Precognition: Rush decks are made faster with precognition, and precognition either helps draw a time tower, meaning getting the dragon out faster, or helps draw a dragon you need to be able to play.