based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Sacrifice her to turn a tails on a coin flip into a
heads. Nice that it doesn't require any cost but
her, and clients are easy to play; if you use a lot
of coin-flip effects, she could be worth using.
Limited: 1+0.5x number of coin flips in the set/5
Constructed: 4/5 coin flip deck
Water/Wind, Turn Cost 1, Hand Cost 0
Land of Snow/Female/Actress/Name: Koyuki Kazahana
Effect: If When you get a tails during the Ninja
Blade Coin flip(s) due to a card effect, you can
send this in play client to your chakra area. In
that case, the result is considered to be heads.
Welcome to another Eternal Rivalry review. Today, we
look at one of the five new client cards featuring
characters from the Naruto Snow Movie of errr
Yukie's effect allows you to ensure one of your flip
effects ends up in your favor by sending her to the
Chakra zone. However, the effect seems pretty
limited to me to warrant running a client. If you
want to run some luck cards, run Tsunade and Shizune
to back her up instead, at least you will get some
good battling out of them. At the least, Yukie goes
to the chakra zone, where her dual elements will
smooth out whatever costs your Water/Wind deck
Until Next Time-Meb9000
Greetings, fellow Pojo-ers. Today's card is a client
from the new set. The effect is simple: if you flip
a coin, and it comes out tails, you can send this
client to the chakra area and the result is
considered heads. Quite handy for jutsus or missions
that require a head result when flipping a coin.
Plus, she turns into chakra rather than a discard,
so it's pretty good. I don't see that many decks
right now that rely on coin flips, though that could
change with the new set.
Today we are looking at a Rare Client from Eternal
Rivalry. Not too many people run clients to begin
with unless you are running tempo or the often Emi
for some Water decks. Anyways, this client allows
for you to change a tails that you get from flipping
a coin to making it heads by moving her to your
chakra area. She's turn 1 if that makes a
difference. I don't think Client will ever see
action as 1 coin flip shouldn't make that big of a
difference and no one really runs coin flip type
decks to begin with. Like I said earlier as well,
not many people run clients either. So unless you
plan to have every mission/jutsu in your deck rely
on luck, I'd say just put this card in your binder
and leave it there.
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