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Greetings from Puerto Rico, Naruto Fans. No, I'm not
on vacation, I actually live here. Today's card is
everyone's favorite sickly Ninja, Hayate Gekko [Judgement].
His effect is quite simple: if a Ninja in your team
is discarded by the result of battle you can move it
to the top or bottom of your deck. This version of
Hayate has a good support, so you'll probably want
him as a back Ninja. Too bad his effect is not
valid. Also, he's got mental power status as well as
the Special Jonin/Proctor characteristics, which
gives him access to certain Jutsus (Crescent Moon
Dance comes to mind). If you run something with Fire
or a Mental deck, this guy's a good choice.
Art: 3/5 (sorry, the other Hayate has better art)
Hi there, this is Ghostcat
from the Pojo forums offering a review for today's
card, Hayate Gekko.
N-100 Hayate Gekko (Element: Fire)
Entrance Cost: 3 | Hand Cost: 0
Leaf | Special Jonin | Male | Proctor | Mental
When another Ninja in this Ninja's team is discarded
result of the showdown, send it to either the top or
bottom of the original owner's deck.
Healthy Stats: 4/3 | Injured Stats: 1/1 | Attribute:
When Curse of the Sand first came out, a lot of
people were excited to have "a new Haku" or 3
support ninja on turn 3. Actually, he is far better
than the SR Haku. He is a Special Jonin, which gives
him access to lots of good jutsus, he has mental
power, Proctor status, and an (arguably) better
effect than Haku.
Unfortunately, now that Revenge and Rebirth has hit
the shelves, we have access to Tayuya, a ninja with
3 support healthy or injured, which is better than
both Haku and Hayate [Judgement.]
Hayate Gekko [Judgement] was cool for a while, but
he's been replaced by better version of himself and
better 3 support ninjas.
In limited it's another story. 3 support on turn 3
is great, and he can bring back a strong ninja,
which are usually in short supply in limited, so
he's an excellent choice.
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