Hey Pojo people. Now, it’s my second
day on the job and I just got my wisdom teeth pulled
today. If you haven’t had this experience…well…I
hate you :P (j/k). It’s really killin me right now…
Anyway, let’s move on to the actual
report. Today we have a card that I can almost
guarantee that if you buy a pack of Yokai you have
about a 1 and 4 chance of pulling it. Another 4th
for Raging into Battle, another 4th for
Tetsusaiga’s Sheath, Inuyasha’s Protector, and the
last 4th for every other rare. That’ is
if you were me…
Discussing Other People’s Lives
Card Type :
Name an event. Your opponent cannot play that event
Ok, I’m gonna make an actual attempt
at finding some good things about it.
It stops your opponent from playing a
card that you absolutely know that they use or have
at the time. Like, for example, my chibi deck runs
on the fact that Koga Chibi can regenerate events,
such as Vanquished, the key card in the deck. So,
since you know I’ll play a vanquished, use a lot of
these and I have a dead card in my hand.
No limit to how many you can play. So
if you really wanted to, you could fill your kaitou
with them and wait to see what you actually
Uh…maybe you just have a complete
vendetta against a card. Well, stop your opponent
from using it. Really hate halt? Well, then use this
and they can’t use it for a turn. W00t!
That’s all I got…
Should I be serious? Yea, maybe I
This card is really bad. Its real use
is only against certain strategies, and you have to
have this card somewhere at your disposal so you can
use it when it happens. The only real way you can
ever do that is if you run it in numbers, and
seriously…does it seem like a card you should be
using in numbers?
Let’s say you did use this card
against me…So, let me get this straight, you wasted
an attack turn to use this card against me that
prevents me from using a card that now I can hold on
to for a turn and use it next turn, then bring you
hell in a hand basket?...
See the problem? The only way to stop
it is by repetitively repeating this process over
and over and over again by using this card in
numbers. And it’s really bad.
What if you don’t know of an event
that they have? I mean, If they don’t actually have
the event in his or her hand at the time, and will
not for the rest of the turn, then what good did you
do in preventing anything?
I don’t know, to me this is like
Halt!’s twisted second cousin from Dr. Seuss land.
If you want to prevent the actual
event, discard it or prevent it with a halt. That’s
the smarter way to go.
Finally, here’s America’s Game…
What Else Could You Use?
- How about the most broken event
- maybe some discard action from
Look! I got one!
- How about Awkward Moments? It has a
strong effect in comparison
- Or how about a Ready For War, as
you’d probably Kaitou this ever…
Let’s recap this card shall we?
+ I suppose it does take care of an
event that hurts you for a turn
+ Can really screw over specific deck
- Without knowing any events your
opponent has, deadweight
- They can just play the event next
- There are much better ways to event
Constructed (Event Protection
Control) – 1.5/5 –
the only reason I didn’t give this thing a 1 is
because I did see some situations where it shines.
If you’re about to win, it’d be nice to prevent
stuff like On the Move for at least one turn, but
that’s what we have Wait… for.
Constructed All Around – 1/5
– I can’t see this card ever played
professionally. It’s just not up to the standard of
cards that are used. Look at the stuff better…
- Halt – Awkward Moments – Ready For
War – Look! I got One! – Wait… - Among plenty more…
Art – 2/5
– Hey it gives you what it is. It looks like they
are discussing other people’s lives…
That just about wraps it up for
Discussing Other People’s Lives. Anyone has a
comment or just wants to rant about whatever I
wrote, send an E-Mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see.