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I Didn't Say Get Naked

Tetsusaiga

Play when your opponent attacks 1 of your characters to give the attacking character -2 to any color for that attack. Limit 1 copy per deck.

Type - event
Card Number - 223

Card Rating:  4.75

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


Date Reviewed - 02.21.06

 
Goggleboy I Didn't Say Get Naked

One of the first cards I got from Inuyasha and also one of the first to make me do a double take. "Does that say what I think it says?" Yes...yes my friend. It does indeed.

So, a free event that gives an attacking character -2. Hey, I still like it as much today as I did back then. I can't bare to take it out of the deck.
Sure, there are a lot of cards that do similar things or that boost my guys higher, but when you spring something like that from your hand and your opponent finds himself in a bad place? Yeah...that why I like it. A lot of what's being released and has been released is right there on that table. Everything seems more and more 'set in stone'. A little surprise from your hand is just what you need now more then ever.

Rating

All decks: 4.5/5 Now put some pants on!

~GoggleBoy
UMaine 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 Savage
 

J. Wyatt I didn't Say Get Naked.
Awesome card from Tetsusaiga, play when attacked, attacking character is -2.

For a cost of 1 this card is great in situations where your opponent's attacking color is even or +1 to your own. The only bad thing is that it is limited to 1 per deck. Sure On the Move is better, but why not run this as added protection? I run it in most of my decks. If you have the room, I say run it, it can't hurt.

Pros:
+ -2 to an opponent's attacking color
+Costs 1.

Cons:
-Limit 1
-Works in less situations than On the Move.

Casual:5/5
Tournament:4/5
Art:3.5/5 Hilarious
 

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