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Review Date: 02.21.08

Average Card Rating

Constructed: 2.75
Limited: 2.00

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

Beastly Mage


This version of the Moon God (Tsukuyomi) Jutsu is pretty good. OK, so only Itachi can use it, but it's better than the old version. This time you return your opponent's ninja to his/her hand, look at every card in hand (after a little shuffling). If the returned Ninja appears, your opponent puts that Ninja back in play where it was (and its given one damage). And the rest of the cards revealed? Discarded! Pretty decent I say.


Limited: 3/5
Constructed: 3/5
Art: OUCH!/5

Mark Howard


A great Jutsu, possibly one of the best. Though it has a cost of 3 Fire, that isn’t much of a problem. You damage the Ninja, AND slice a card in their hand. If it’s not the targeted Ninja (who goes back into the hand), it’s dead. This can be weakened if the opponent has multiples of the hit Ninja. Also, even if it’s a different version it can break the chain.
It could be a lot better, but rulings weaken it more than itself.

Next Time: Woof!
Wyatt J-US055 Tsukuyomi.

This card had so much potential. Anyway, on to the review of this card, as is. First off, only Itachi can use it, and it costs 3 fire chakra. Right away, it better have a good effect to justify a specific requirement and a high specific chakra cost. Basically, you shuffle an opponent's ninja into their hand, then reveal cards from their hand at random until you come across that same card(a different copy of the same card is fine, but a different version of the same ninja isn't[I think, don't quote me]), then you put it back in play in the same place, in the same status(for effect and gameplay purposes, it never left the field) and discard every other card that was revealed, then give 1 damage to the ninja. Now, this could potentially discard a few cards from your opponent's hand, in addition to the 1 damage. It really depends on how big your opponent's hand is. The bigger it is, the more likely you'll discard cards, while at the same time increasing the chances that your opponent has a card to negate this. The smaller it is, the less likely this jutsu will be negated, but also less likely that you'll discard any cards. I like the premise of this card, and it could be devestating, but it relies partially on luck, has a big chakra cost, and only 1 ninja(who only sees play in Fire decks, and even then sometimes doesn't) can use it, so I just don't think it is worth it, but try it out and see for yourself.

Constructed:1.5/5(4/5 in an Itachi based deck)
Limited:1.5/5(high cost, and it isn't likely you'll pull an Itachi and this, and enough fire cards to play it, but there are two Itachis in this set, and an okay amount of fire, so if you pull Itachi, give this a shot.)

Welcome to Thursday, February 21st Naruto Card of the Day!

Today's card is Tsukuyomi, a jutsu that only Itachi can use. However, this new version of Tsukuyomi isn't quite as good as the old one. This one will target a ninja battling and put it in their hand, while you try to pick other cards in their hand to discard them. When you do pick the ninja however it will recieve a damage which is a good sign.

3 Fire Chakra, that's pretty costly, but for 1 damage and a chance to get rid of cards is worth it. However if your opponent has the same card in their hand already (duplicates), you'll have a worse chance of getting a different card to discard.

Also, this Tsukuyomi will NOT negate a jutsu being played. Just so you know, it'll still go off if you Tsukuyomi a ninja UNLESS the ninja gets killed.

In my opinion, the "trigrams tsukuyomi" is still better.

Limited: 1/5
Constructed: 2/5


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