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Hachi, as Miroki

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Your opponent may not play Miroku. + Your Miroku gains -2 to all colors.

Card Number - 15

Card Rating:  2

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

Date Reviewed - 05.24.06

Goggleboy Hachi, as Miroku

So, we get an exclusive preview this week. The first thing this card screams is Kaitou deck preventive measure. If your opponents plays priests, they'll be playing Miroku. So, playing Hachi prevents your opponent from playing a key character.
The second measure...not sure how that really helps anything at all. I would hope a person wouldn't just splash in Miroku anyway though. So, for a
3 cost with some solid colors, Hachi isn't bad, but he's merely a preventive measure. An effective measure at that.

Rating: 2/5

As a side note: I will be working in the CCG room at Anime Boston this weekend. Look for either 1) Shikamaru 2) Jin or 3) Random Konoha ninja

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Hachi, as Miroku

Interesting card we have here. I still remember that episode when Hachi posed as Miroku to get some food and junk. Then people were angry at the real Miroku because everything Hachi did was a fake. That was hilarious back then...*sighs*

Anyway...back to the card itself. He has a deck cost of 3, and the colors are pretty decent for that kind of deck cost. The 6 blue is pretty high for something like that, but the others...eh. The effect is also pretty...bleh. It's not that great. Sure you get to stop your opponent from playing ANY Miroku they have, but it's other side effect which is to lower YOUR OWN Miroku by -2. Now, this would be a great card against a PURE Miroku deck, but even then, I wouldn't play it. Not one of the best commons I've seen before.

Casual Play: 1/5
Tournament Play: 0.5/5 It's seriously that bad...even if you are against a Miroku deck. You still have other cards for support.
AGAINST a Miroku deck: 2.5/5
Shut out Miroku Deck: 3/5

Art: 4/5 Oh man...love that episode. One of my favorites. Miroku looks fat. =P

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