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Chi Chi

World Games Saga

Reviewed 10.30.2003

Avg. Standard Rating: 2.11
Avg. TE: Rating: 2.5


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

Matthew Low
10-27-03 – Monday
Chi-Chi Level 1 – World Games Saga
Promo – P2

Power: Focused physical attack doing 3 power stages of damage. If Goten is in play, you may use this power twice per combat.

Chi-Chi owns you all. Cause I said so. Enough said.

Chi-Chi is a lot of fun to play as. Not something top tier of course, but what’s wrong with laying the beatdown with Chi-Chi? She has some fun Chi-Chi only cards like Motherly Rage and Chi-Chi on the Attack, not to mention she can Krillin’s Overhead Smack.

South Kai for Goten so you can do the two focused physicals, and while they are kind of weak, you can just boost those physicals and have fun.

You could argue that Cell Level 1 HT is better and it probably is. But who really cares cause Chi-Chi is so much fun!

Chi-Chi also makes a decent ally; focused can help if you get Timed or something like that, but other than the nice 3 stages or so, that’s about it.

Biggest key with her is to pump up the damage. Modify it. Then you can smack down. She does rely a ton on Goten, so make sure you run both and keep him out. If you do it right, she can get a nice combat to deal out the big damage. Only problem is she’s just overshadowed by many other characters. But who cares… if you can modify the damage and get a good combat, all the power to you. And those unstoppable attacks…

Standard: 2.4 out of 5.0 (fun stuff)
Tuff Enuff: 2.7 out of 5.0 (too much ally hate; won’t stay here long)
Sealed: N/A (she’s a promo)
 Chi Chi - Level 1 WGS

This week we are looking at Chi-Chi.... yay. Anyway her level 1 is nice since the other level is made as great ally only. Focused physical attack for 3 stages. If goten is in play you can use it twice. Freestyle mastery with some devastation drills and have 2 huge focused physical attacks that will definately leave a mark. There is a new chi-chi level 1 in the next set so youll have another choice if you dont wanna use this chi-chi.

Rating 2.0

Mewfive  Chi-Chi Level 1 WGS

A focused physical for 3 stages. I suppose it could be worse, if it wasn't
focused. Any idiot can stop a normal physical, and most players nowadays run single blocks, mainly because of focused attacks. You can use it again if Goten is in play. Most interesting, I would South Kai first turn to get him out. This card does get fun with modifiers, though.
Blue has a fair bit of Ally protection to keep Goten out for a little while,
so I would probably use this card in a Blue physical deck. Blue has been
getting decent stuff as of late for a physical deck, but not enough to make
it a good decktype. I'd use it for fun, but not in any level of serious
Standard - 1.6/5. A fun card, but not too good in serious play, as
TE - 2/5. You can afford to be original here, but may still lose to cheese.
 Chi-Chi Level 1, #P2 from World Games Saga

Power: Focused physical attack doing 3 power stages of damage. If Goten is in play, you may use this power twice per combat.

If you are using Chi-Chi as a main personality, this is definitely the level
1 to use, or if you have an ally deck. Otherwise if you are either Gohan or
Goku definitely use the saiyan saga level 1. This level isn't that bad,
potentially two focused physicals doing at least 3 power power stages. I am not a fan of Chi-Chi decks myself, but there are a couple ok red decks out there that can win by anger by getting to their level 3 really fast, or if
they don't win by anger your opponent can say goodbye to his non-combats. With a high power level of only 6,000, she won't get anywhere near Majin Buu's 4,500,000 level 1 high power level, but that really isn't chi-chi's main focus, so that doesn't hurt too much.


Standard - 2.5

Tuff Enuff - 2.25

Sealed Deck - 3.5 (good ally)
Team Scrub Power: Physical Attack. If successful, it also does +4 power stages of damage if Goku is present.

This level 2 obviously isn't very good, but since it is Chi-Chi's only level 2, if you want to play her you need to get through it. You definitely need to get Goku out as an ally or give this attack a giant boost. Playing red would work well because most red styled physical attacks have giant modifiers and the CS mastery is real strong =/ I'd also run South Kai sensei, and either search for Goku on your first turn, or save the search for when Chi-Chi Level 2 hits the table. You'd want to run Motherly Rage and Chi-Chi on the attack too =/

Standard - 1.5

Tuff - 2
Vegeta77 Power: Focused physical attack doing 3 power stages of damage. If Goten is in play, you may use this power twice per combat.

This is the level 1 that made Chi-Chi not so horrible. At first glance it is a small damage physical attack. There are several factors making this level 1 decent though... With a modifier or two (Orange Joint Restraint Drill anyone?) the attack isn't so bad. It has its own base damage, so her lower power level doesn't matter. It's also focused so it will get through some of those more pesky defenses. The good news, is that it also has the ability to be used twice. With south kai sensei, it isn't hard to get Goten out. Now, even if he is removed from the game, he can be brought back with Fond Memories (Kid Buu Rare). This isn't exactly a level you'd build a deck around, but hey... It made her playable.

Standard (2.8)
Tuff Enuff (3.0) Can you believe I played against one at worlds?

King Broly  Chi-Chi (Lv.1-Promo)

Power: Physical attack doing 3 power stages of damage. If Goten is in play, this power may be used twice per combat.

What a nice card. So easy to combo with South Kai Sensei as well; this attack doesn’t look like much, even with Goten in play. But, after a couple of modifiers like the Orange Mastery from World Games and some Devastation Drills this attack looks pretty sweet. Especially using it twice per combat, this means more pain for your opponent. You should get a double power rule most of the time (Except Roshi, Puppets, Dr. Willow, Z Characters), which means first turn you use South Kai Sensei for a Goten Level 1. Wow! 2 attacks already! How sweet is that!? In Standard, it’s nice to use Chi-Chi to confuse opponents, but not much else.

In Tuff Enuff, Chi-Chi becomes wrong. Because IMO she’s made for Tuff Enuff Play, I mean you get allies out, the power, and that means damage! But, since you don’t have good power stages, it means you need your allies to survive against Beatdown decks.

Standard: 2/5

Tuff Enuff: 3/5

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