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At the start of the turn, both
players expend one ot their characters in play.
Type - location
Card Number - 107
Card Rating: 2.7
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1
being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 02.10.06
Interesting card. Funny yet appropriate picture. Put
the two together and you can have some really,
really wrong thoughts.
This location is basically a stalling method. Both
you and your opponent expend a character every turn.
Swarming decks can find this usualful as can
untapping decks. This'll give you one less thing to
worry about. Plus, expending one of your characters
in a swarm deck when your opponent maybe has 2-3
characters can make a huge difference.
However, this has the same drawback at Downtown
Tokyo. For most decks, it doesn't create much of an
advantage for you. Each player picks which
characters to tap, which'll be probably the weakest.
No one usually attacks a tapped character, so you
have a similar ratio when it comes to targets.
All decks: 2/5
Bow chica bow-wow!
Animation Club President
Upper Deck Demo Team Leader
Yu-Gi-Oh Level 1 Judge & Tournament Organizer
"I reject your reality and substitute my own" - Adam
end the week we have Bedroom, a location that costs
2 to play. A high cost location is rarely good. And
many would say that about this card. At the start of
the turn, both players expend one of their
characters in play.
If this only affected your opponent, it would be a
good card, however, you're going to have to play
smart to correctly use this as it is. If you have a
character that can ready through an effect, or have
cards that can ready that character, then it isn't a
big loss for you, or if you have a large amount of
characters and they have few. Then again, if it is
the other way around, this card really hurts you.
Against decks like Three's Company and Son of the
Dog Leader this may help to give you an advantage
since they have a limited amount of characters to
expend. Then again, if you are going off of that
assumption, then this should only be Kaitou'ed
against such decks. Very similar to yesterday's
card, but works more often, does less, and hurts you
as well. If you really think you can disorient your
opponent with this and use it to your advantage, go
ahead, but most of the time this will hurt you just
as much as your opponent. A very good example of a
double-edged sword. If only it only expended an
opponent's character, then it would be run by many
+works every turn
+Expends an opponent's character
-high deck cost
-expends one of your characters
Art:3.5/5 Oh Miroku, you never give up do you.
"Is there and indelible line between sanity and
insanity, or do they slip one into the other at the
slightest turn of events?"
"I've whipped more @$$ than a farmer riding a
donkey! What you really should be worried about is
that you just shot to number one on my "who to
pummel within an inch of their lives" list!"
"What did he say again...? My abilities will what
now? Crap! I KNEW I should should've payed