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At the start of the turn put a counter on Riverside. When RIVERSIDE has 3 counters on it, you may discard it to have your opponent discard one character he controls.

Type - location
Card Number - 108

Card Rating:  1.5

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.

Date Reviewed - 02.09.06

Goggleboy Riverside

First off, any artwork that displays a Miroku/Sango scene...priceless.

So, in 3 turns, you can have your opponent discard a character.

Yeah...I see few to no positives of running this card. First, the effect will work in 3 turns. By then your opponent could destroy the location or played a character he didn't mind discarding. Also, your opponent chooses, so you aren't going to be ridding yourself of his Inuyasha's Father anytime soon. It costs 2 which is far too costly for this sub-par effect. The card doesn't even do it every
3 turns as you need to discard the location itself. I really can not find any upside to this card. I can't. Maybe I'm being dumb and missing something but I highly doubt that.


0/5 Not one positive thing about this location

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J. Wyatt Riverside
An interesting location that I see few people play. First of all this costs

2, and takes 3 turns to work after it is played, but I see little location removal played so keeping it out won't necessarily be the hard part. At the

start of every turn a counter is place on it, once there are three you can discard it to have your opponent discard one of their characters. Now, this

means they get to choose which one, so they might not miss that particular character. However, if the match seems pretty even, this can be the little edge you might need to win, because even if they discard their worst character, that is still one less they have to attack with, and that can really hurt them, especially in character specific decks like Three's Company, Dog Leader, and Chibis. But, once you get the effect Riverside is discarded, so it is really a one shot card, unless you replay it somehow, but taking the time to get it back and then wait three more turns, the game might already be over by that time.

+Discards an opponent's character for minor cost

-One shot deal
-Opponent gets to choose
-Takes a long time to work

Kaitou'ed or teched against character specific deck:3.5/5
Art:3/5 Kinda nice artwork, but nothing exciting

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