Pojo's Naruto news, tips, strategies and more!

  Pojo's Naruto Site

  Naruto Home
  Message Board
  Naruto News
  Naruto Puzzles
  The Naruto Store
  Trading Card Game
  Card of the Day
  Fan Tips

  Meb9000's Deck Garage

  Naruto Copper Starter
  Sasuke Silver Starter
Path to Hokage
Coils of the Snake
Curse of the Sand
Eternal Rivalry

  Anime & Manga
  Manga Summaries
  Character Bios
  Miscellaneous Info
  Episode Guide

  Contact Us

Pojo's Naruto Card of the Day
On our Naruto Message Board you can:
Trade Cards (with an eBay type rating system), talk about your decks,
discuss upcoming and past tourneys, converse on the anime & more.

Image courtesy of bandaicg.com

The Demon Brothers Gouzu
[Same Wavelength]


Review Date: Oct. 6, 2009

Average Card Rating

Constructed: 3.00
Limited: 3.33

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

Beastly Mage

The Demon Brothers Gouzu

Today's card is half of the Demon Brothers. Once he hits the field, be it by deployment or by anything else, helps you by tutoring his brother. If you decide to put Meizu in your hand, you shuffle your deck. Simple enough, you'd say. Thing is that with End of the Demon going around so much these two are lethal. In constructed, that can be a nightmare. On top of that he's got good stats (no ambush though).


Limited: 2/5
Constructed: 4/5
Art: *insert Vader voice here* I am your brother!/5

StormVyper Zera The Demon Brothers Gouzu

When we first caught wind of these cards, there effects were speculated to be something fierce; both Ninja had the Ambush characteristic, and when you put one in play, it allowed you to search for and put in play the other as well. Oh well, a rumor is a rumor. I honestly feel it wouldn't have been terrible to have one of those rumors actually be true. Either way, this guy is the primary ammunition for those cool new End of the Demon decks that've come out in this set.

Limited: 4/5
Constructed: 2/5
Master Wang The Demon Brothers Gouzu/Meizu~Same Wavelength

Another day, another card and HEY! I remember these guys!

Gouzu and Meizu, the first playable Water T2's in the game, now with an effect! *HUZZAH!* Simple: Put one in play, get the other into your hand! Great tempo and draw power, however, in terms of playability, there is still plenty of other Water T1's and 2's to consider. Decks that will staple these cards are End of the Demon and perhaps Water tempo. These effects are very nice nonetheless and shouldn't be looked down upon. Surprisingly, Ambush isn't present with either of them, of which one would think these two would deserve it since they were actually one of the first ones to ever do it in the show/manga!

Good tempo and draw power, but the injured status and mediocre stats makes their visit very short and bittersweet.

Limited: 4/5
Constructed: 3/5
Art: Chain, chain, chaaaaaaaiiiiin! /5



Copyrightę 1998-2009 pojo.com
This site is not sponsored, endorsed, or otherwise affiliated with any of the companies or products featured on this site. This is not an Official Site.