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Naraku, Master of Evil

Expansion: Saisei

Type - character
Card Number - 41

Card Rating:  4.50

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

Date Reviewed - 03.xx.06

J. Wyatt Naraku, Master of Evil.

Similar to the Cursed Noh Mask, this is a highly powerful common. At the start of battle discard 1 card to give all of your evil demons +2 to all colors that turn. That is freakin' good. That included Naraku himself, I believe every spawn is an evil demon, and if just running a demon deck, most are evil, so running this makes ALL of your characters +2 to all colors each turn you discard a card. Even if your opponent defeats Naraku the +2 stands because it is a floating effect. His colors aren't great for a 4 deck cost, but they're forgiveable since his effect makes him excellent colors.

+Gives all your evil demons+2 to all colors for 1 discard.
+Floating effect.

-Colors subpar(before using effect)
-4 deck cost

Art:3.5/5 Looks kinda cool, a lot like the Alt. Art Naraku, Nemesis.
Goggleboy Naraku, Master of Evil

As evil as Naraku is, I don't think he's reached that pinnacle. Doesn't any evil genuis have a love interest at some point? And no, creating your own girlfriends doesn't count.

My my my. The huge common pumps you'll find in this set. Master of Evil is a little costly at 4 with a possible additional cost of a card from your hand. If you discard a card at start of battle (notice it doesn't take up an action), then ALL your Evil Demons gain +2 to all colors. That's a constant and reusable pump as long as Master of Evil is out. That's not bad at all! Naraku himself becomes an 8/5/6 which are never stats to scoff at.

Now, here's the question you must pose. Is a constant pumping Naraku better then some of the other Narakus out there? That's the big question. I never play Spawn or Naraku decks, so I don't know for sure if this would be the best choice, but he certainly isn't a bad choice at all


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