based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Naruto Uzamaki [Mastering
a Secret Technique]
Um... do we even have a Rasengan yet?
Also, chances are only Naruto and Jiraiya will be
able to use it; if you're sending Naruto out
injured, and presumably without Rasengan, he's
probably not going to get another chance.
Turn cost 0, Hand Cost 0
Combat/Support: 0/0, 3/0 Injured
[Mastering a Secret Technique]
Valid: When this ninja is sent out to battle and
opposed, you may flip a ninja blade coin. If heads,
add 1 Rasengan jutsu card from your chakra zone or
discard pile to your hand.
Welcome to a new day, and a new Naruto to review.
Here we have an odd card in that it doesn't have any
Rasengan jutsu to work with as of currently.
However, look for 'Rasengan' to appear in Eternal
Rivalry, the set after Dream Legacy. This Naruto is
to Rasengan as Sasuke [Beyond the Limits] is to
Chidori. While Naruto might not be as popular as the
obvious Freedori Sasuki is, this one can still be a
nice cornerstone to a future Rasengan deck, as it
can potentially bring one back every time it
battles. Rasengan is likely to boost his Combat, so
it should allow many battles to be won...
Constructed: 3.5/5: Really depends on how good
Rasengan will be.
Limited: 1/5: No rasengan to work with, only good as
an early nin...
Until Next Time-Meb9000
Tuesday's card is Naruto
Uzumaki, Mastering a Secret Technique. With typical
Naruto stats, the effect will eventually be what
makes him playable when Rasengan comes out next
set(hopefully). If he's injured and opposed, you can
flip a coin and if you get heads, you can get a
Rasengan back from your Chakra Pile or Discard Pile.
With Shu to make Rasengan really cheap cost-wise,
this version of Naruto will be part of an awesome
Lightning Rasengan deck. However, he's not any
better than other Narutos we use now since Rasengan
isn't out yet. Until we get Rasengan, leave him in
your binder/box/whatever you use to store your cards
and use a more useful Naruto.
Limited: 1/5(he might as well be a vanilla Naruto
Constructed: 1/5(until the next set and Rasengan
comes out, you're better off using Nine-Tailed
Chakra or Control of Power)
Hey there, Naruto fans. Today's card is another
version of everyone's favorite knuckleheaded
hyperactive Ninja. This one has a valid effect. When
injured, flip a coin. If it's heads, you get back a
Rasengan in your discard pile or chakra area.
Problem is you have a 50% chance of being able to
get it right. Still, it's pretty good... or should I
say, it's gonna be good once Rasengan comes out. In
the Rasengan deck, this guy works great.
Today’s card is Naruto
(Mastering a Secret Technique). Wow, for now this
card is completely useless due to, I don’t know,
Rasengan not being released yet. Soon we’ll get a
promo version which sucks and wouldn’t make very
much sense playing with this Naruto. Naruto (MaST)
has to be injured for his effect to work and the
soon to be new Rasengan deals one damage to every
ninja on the user’s team after it’s played, so your
at least down one Naruto. Besides the lack of an
actual Rasengan, this Naruto has generic naruto
effects and clone status. It’s really just a crappy
vanilla Naruto, and even with the new Rasengan, it
will see no play.
Limited: 3/5 (Ok 0 drop stats)
Constructed: 1/5 (It’s the equivalent to a crappy
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