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3 = average.
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[PANG] is just too weird a word. Kinda sounds like
what your opponent will hear inside the head when
that client, or that mission, gets discarded. It's a
good effect, IMO. Also, she's got good stats,
maintaining a good combat in both modes. She's also
a Proctor, making her good for that kind of deck.
Also, she carries the Snake combat attribute. In
limited, she could be good. In constructed, even
better. Try it and see!
Block: 3/5Art: Yeah, we know it's Friday. We're all
N-836 Anko Mitarashi [PANG]
Another day, and things just keep on moving
forward...pokemon is a fun game to play, and if you
wish to play with Mr. N. Jolly...well, I don't know
how that'd work, but I'm betting it's somehow
possible. How about it, science?
I actually like this preview card a bit, which is
odd, as Bandai hasn't been to generous with good
preview cards for most other places. But this Anko
isn't bad, a good sideboard card. Without further
adu, let's check out this card's power, shall we:
T3 HC0 Lightning
Leaf l Special Jonin l Female l Mental Power: 1 l
4/2 4/1 CA: Snake/Weapon
Set 17: Common
A few cool keywords, mental is always nice, even in
low doses. Female is the most useful word on her
right now, as Special Jonin doesn't really help her
play anything, and there's really no proctor card
worth playing now. Her stats have gone up a bit,
which is nice, and Snake CA is not bad either. Just
on her stats, she's pretty good. But now let's look
at her effect, shall we:
Valid: During the Mission Phase, you can move this
Ninja to your Chakra area. In that case, discard 1
in-play non-Ninja card.
As was pointed out earlier to me by one of the Naru
Shippu Live guys, this feels like a somewhat worse
reprint of Anko [BLOCKING THE AMBITION], which was
great mission hate. While this card cost itself to
kill a mission or client, it's still probably the
only way lightning will get to hate on missions,
which is something worth taking. The biggest
problem this card has is fighting for T3 with Kid
Jiraiya and Naru. If this were a T2, it'd be
totally worth it, but at it's turn, it can't really
contribute anything to the deck unless you're
fearing some big perm mission or client.
Limited: 1.5/5 I can't see any card worth stopping
yet, but it's nicely stated
Constructed: 1.5/5 Too slow and not better than Anko
Block: 2.25/5 A decent sideboard if your opponent
has missions worth being afraid of in their deckArt:
We always see Anko exhausted and pained in her pics.
I'd like to think the artist just likes drawing her
that way, but this is because I am a horrible
4/30/10 N-836 Anko Mitarashi [Pang]
Today we have our second Will of Fire preview, Anko
Mitarashi [Pang]. For starters, she has a small stat
boost from her predecessors with one extra support
in Healthy and injured status. Her effect is an
interesting one that allows you to send her to your
Chakra Area to kill off an in play card that is not
a Ninja (basically, Missions and Clients) during
either player's mission phase. This effect is pretty
good since you can kill off some annoying permanent
missions or clients that went into play before you
pulled her out and it's valid which is very nice.
This card is very similar to Genma [Hidden Passion];
kill it off kill a mission or client except Anko is
better since you don't need her to go on a suicide
mission to kick off her effect and she becomes
chakra. The only downside to this card is that it
can't negate the effect of a mission being put in
play, but it is useful sideboard material.
Personally, I like Anko [Blocking the Ambition] and
[Chase] better than this but [BTA] can't kill
clients and is not block legal, so this will have to
Limited: 3/5 It's common and a ninja with a decent
Constructed: 2.75/5 Good for sideboard but T3 is
reserved for Naruto in Lightning decks.
Block: 3/5 Better here since [BTA] is not
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