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Inuyasha, Little Half-Demon


When INUYASHA is attacked, you may remove him from the game to remove the attacking character from the game.

Type - character
Card Number - 12

Card Rating:  3

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

Date Reviewed - 02.17.06

Goggleboy Inuyasha, Little Half-Demon

This is a card I'm not really sure how to think. It has average, stable colors and an effect that will let you take out the character that defeated this one. one-for-one. So, what are the positives? Well, obviously removing the character from play that defeated inuyasha. Also, this isn't hidden, so you can use it as a psychological ploy on your opponent. You're forcing out the moves for them. It's colors aren't bad either so it can defeat a good number of character.

Now, the negative. Inuyasha is still defeated and your oppoent gets his shard. the character that defeated it probably couldn't attack anyway, so for that turn you aren't doing much to slow down your opponent's advance on your shards for the time being. You won't get the best character either, as most character have at least 3 or 4 of a color Half-Demon has and will be thrown as a sacrifice to take him out.


3/5 Not too bad really. The "D.D. Assailant" of Inuyasha.

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J. Wyatt Inuyasha, the little half demon.

A very interesting version of Inuyasha that I personally thought would see more play when I saw it at the Kassen pre-release. His colors are a little low, but understandable for a 2 deck cost. His effect is what a player should be focusing on though. When Inuyasha is attacked, you may remove him from the game to remove the attacking character from the game. True, this lowers your character count, but it also does that for your opponent, and this Inuyasha isn't very strong anyway. He's Good and Cute, so I advise running some of him in a Good, Cute deck with My Hero, when your opponent attacks one of your other characters for white, red, or purple, switch it to

Inuyasha, who you should have already attacked with if you had the chance.
True, this combo requires you to keep playing Inuyasha a couple of times, but you would maybe have to do that anyway, and this only costs 2.

+Only 2 DC.
+Forgiveable stats for a 2 DC.
+Good and Cute, so works well in that deck.
+Removes an opponent's character from the game.

-Not as strong as other Inuyashas.
-Removes himself as well.
-Requires replaying of Inuyasha afterward.
-Without right combo cards will likely be attacked by something small.

Art:3/5 Run Hanyo Run!

Remember everyone, Saisei pre-release this weekend. BE THERE, OR BE SQUARE!

Or maybe a pentagon or decagon, whatever.

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