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  • If you don't control "Embodiment of Crime", or if this card has no Xyz Material, use "Number Wall" to protect it from being destroyed by battle and card effects.
  • You can special summon both "Number 31: Embodiment of Punishment" and "Number 13: Embodiment of Crime" having one level 1 monster on the graveyard and having on your hand "Acorno", "Pinecono" and "Kinka-byo". Use "Acorno's" effect to summon it and a "Pinecono" in your hand. Then, Normal Summon "Kinka-byo" to resurrect the Level 1 monster already in the graveyard, then xyz summon both "Numbers".
    • One can perform a cleaner version of this summon by Xyz summoning either "Crime" or "Punishment" with the "Acorno"/"Pinecono" combo; then using its effect to send one of its materials to the graveyard; summoning THAT monster with "Kinka-byo." While you lose one Xyz material that could be used for an effect activation, you gain two indestructible, un-attackable monsters on the first turn, with only three cards used.
  • You can use an "An Unfortunate Report" with the effect of "Number 31: Embodiment of Punishment" or "Number 13: Embodiment of Crime" to double the damage your enemy takes in a single turn.
  • You can use "Xyz Override" to avoid detaching material from "Number 31: Embodiment of Punishment" or "Number 13: Embodiment of Crime" and use his effect¨as many times as you want.
  • You can use "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" to special summon two level 1 monsters and then Xyz summon either "Crime" or "Punishment".
  • You can use the self-tributing effect of "Evil Thorn" to special summon two more from the deck and then Xyz summon either "Crime" or "Punishment", with 300 points of damage to the enemy as a bonus.
  • This card works well with "Ancient Forest" to force the opponent to clear their field.

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