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Kami Fades

Frieza Saga


Reviewed May 20, 2002


Standard Rating: 1.75 (based on 4 reviews)
Tuff Enuff: 1.00 (based on 4 reviews)

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

A Score Guy
If this was the Frieza Saga I would say this card's amazing, but now there are 3 sets of Dragonballs and this card only affaects one of them. >,<


The card hurtz Dragonball decks but only if they're using the Earth DBs, if they use the Namek or the Dende set then u might as well hope you never draw this card because it won't do anything for ya. The Earth DBs are the strongest set of Dragonballs out there but there are just better cards to hurt those Dragonball decks, this card was good back in the dayz but now no one really uses it and there's a really good reson for that..... the card's not that great anymore. >o<

Rating 1.5

Tuff Enuff

hmmmm... the card's made to stop dragonball dekcs and those like those exist in Tuff Enuff, the card could still get rid of your opponents Earth DBs but it's so not worth it.... it just isn't. 

Rating -1,000,000.2 ;-) [[Once again I will ask for that negative rating scale 0.o pojosama is bound to give in right? >;~) ]]

[Pojosama note ... C'mon IQ.  That's like asking for a grade of a "G" in school, when the lowest grade is an "F".  ;-) ]

Ahh new week..uhmm old card..but new review ^_^
Today's card is Kami Fades, the card that ruins those Earth DB Victory deck..To be same you could play Kami as your ally, but why waste the space in your deck?! Altho I like the EDBs, DDBs are the safest way to go right now..for Earth and Namek you have Guru/Kami Fades.
A unique card we had to day..havntt seen it be played, but hey if you Know what your opponet is playing, and its an EDB Victory deck, make it a sideboard card..but in most cases you never know what theyre playing.
My rating for KF is 2/5.
This card really sucks in TE, wow remove some EDBs from he game WOOOOOOO its not gonna stop them from winning a DB victory because...You cant win by DB victory >.<!! But it stops the powers of them, if your opponent is playing them..but only slows them down a little..this card is a waste in this format...
KF's Rating in TE is 1/5..

Kami Fades, arguably the most used Fades card out there. I never run one for local events, but sometimes I'll pack one in for premier events. It really depends on how I feel my deck can handle Dragonball decks. Since Focused attack can break through Blue Mastery, that helps. And Power of the Dragon is such the beastly card that it is, I'll probably never run Kami Fades again. Dragonball isn't legal in Tuff Enuff, so no need to run one in that format.

Standard - 2/5
Tuff Enuff - 1/5

Brian Valdez
   Kami fades was once a powerhouse.  This card was included in EVERY non-dragonball deck back in the Frieza saga.  The main reason being, the best dragonball decks were impossible to beat unless a great amount of luck was involved.  As the sets progressed, new Dragonball tech was created, as well as new, more powerful strategies.  As of now, Kami Fades is too focused to include in a higher tier tournament deck.  Every card must work towards your strategy, or must be able to perform many defensive functions.  As you can see, Kami Fades is in no way a card that can support a deck's offensive strategy, nor can it support multirole defensive actions.  So all in all, this card should only see casual use, unless of course, your local metagame calls for a Fades
Rating: 1.5/5
Tuff Enuff
    Lets just say this, anybody who includes a Kami Fades in their Tuff Enuff deck should be banished and ostracized from the DBZ CCG Community. 
Rating 1/5

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