Hey Pojo fans. Today, we get the
second installment of the Regional Promos, and this
one apparently you only get by beating a game
designer at the Party afterwards I guess…I wouldn’t
Kagome, Caring Soul
Cute – Female – Good – Human – Modern – Priestess –
7 White – 4 Red – 6 Purple
To play this Kagome, you must control a different
Kagome. The first time one of your characters is
defeated, save it. Kagome cannot be attacked while
you control Inuyasha
Score…take a good look at my words
right now…so you can see the silent rage build up
inside of me…
This card gives Kagome what she can
use really well: Versatility. There are a lot of
things to point out about this card, so it might be
a while till the score.
First, lets start off with the
colors…They’re friggin amazing! Kagome has her
strongest colors combined with this card. There’s
even a seven in there. A Seven! Timeless champion
and Kagome Innocent match that feat, but this one
can save! Yay!
Now the effects. Yea, the first one
does suck a little, but chances are you already have
your Kagome Innocent Warrior out and it’s not
breaking through your opponents high color values…
Second effect really does take
Innocent Warrior down a peg. Your first character
that is defeated automatically becomes saved. So,
now instead of you potentially losing a character,
it’s still face up, ability and all, and still
benefits you for cards like They’re So Cute. Oh, and
you DON”T LOSE A CHARACTER…yet…
Third effect allows for a lot more
versatility for your Inuyasha selections. It’s got
the Kagome-Inuyasha Protection built in, so you
don’t have to stick to Inuyasha Bodyguard now (even
though you still probably should).
Because of that second and third
effect, it may make your opponent double think
hitting Inuyasha first, because chances are it’ll be
a powerhouse on the field. If they go for Inu first,
they do take off a strong attacker, but they leave
Inuyasha alive due to the second effect, Inuyasha
will still have all the effects it has, and Kagome
still cannot be attacked…And your opponent would
eventually have to waste 2 attacks to defeat the
Inuyasha! Seems nice doesn’t it?!
Finally, let’s wrap up with the
Traits. It’s got the 4 We are all really looking
for. Good, Cute, Modern, and Priestess.
Of course it’s gonna work for Inu.
Group decks. I don’t need to tell you that.
It will be strong for Modern because
your Kagome, Gossiping School Girl or your Kagome,
the Student kind of lose their value after their
summon. And with the new influx of Modern Inuyashas,
it’s definitely a decent tech.
Priestess decks it can still work
for, but without the protection factor, not sure how
well. Can’t really say either because I’ve yet to
make this deck…
Overall, if you have it, run at least
a copy of it. No real reason not to, unless you’re
really afraid of getting that bad opening hand of an
Inuyasha you can play and this Kagome…and that’s all
the characters you have.
Constructed (Overall) – 4.5/5
– I see no real reason why this card shouldn’t be a
5, but that overlapping doesn’t really
benefit Kagome at all, but once again, it’s to make
the card stable. Insane for Inu. Group decks.
Efficient saving for Modern decks. How can anyone
own this card and not decide to run it if they can?
That’s it for Kagome, Caring Soul. If
anyone has any questions or just wants to chat
*cough*or has one of these for trade*cough*, please
e-mail me at