Today, we will like to highlight a commonly neglected effect of True Draco Succession.
Firstly, here is the full effect:
During your Main Phase: You can draw cards equal to the number of "True Draco" and "True King" card types (Monster, Spell, and Trap) sent from the field to the Graveyard this turn. During your Main Phase, you can: Immediately after this effect resolves, Tribute Summon 1 "True Draco" or "True King" monster face-up. If this card is sent from the Spell & Trap Zone to the Graveyard: You can target 1 Spell/Trap Card on the field; destroy it. You can only use each effect of "True Draco Heritage" once per turn.
Note that the card's text states that You can draw cards equal to the number of "True Draco" and "True King" card types (Monster, Spell, and Trap) sent from the field to the Graveyard this turn.
It does not specify that it must be your own True King card types to be sent to the graveyard from the field.
This information may prove useful as you will get to draw more cards, if you happen to destroy a True Draco Succession for another copy, and use the first copy of True Draco Succession's effect to destroy an opponent's True Draco trap card. Instead of drawing one card (for your destroyed True Draco Succession), you will get to draw two cards.
|Now do you know what the card does?|
Any situation: If you opponent lands his True Draco monsters by Tributing True Draco Spells/Traps, you can leverage on that by activating True Draco Succession to draw cards. That may help you in drawing into outs for Master Peace, the True Dracoslaying King.
Do not shortchange yourself and draw less cards than you are supposed to. Card Advantage is a vital aspect of the game, and in the current Yu-Gi-Oh metagame, one card can be very game-changing. Unless you are like me, Pot of Desires into two Terraforming and banished all 5 field spells.