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This Dog is another great addition to the Ninja
Dog Deck. Even though he has 0 Combat, his Support
more than makes up for it. Mental Power is a little
bonus. He has the Tracking sub-effect, but no
Tracking Bonus. Now, you may have noticed that the
first two dogs this week have been Fire Ninjas. This
one is both Fire AND Lightning. That's where his
effect comes in handy. If he's in your Chakra or
Discard Area during the Mission Phase AND there's at
least 3 Ninjas that have at least one Symbol in
common with Biscuit, he can be put in play. Note it
does not say "Deploy". Remember that his Entrance
Cost must be met. That means no early entry for him
befor turn 2. For Ninja Dogs, he's good. Try it and
Art: A dog with a "Shinobi" tat on his forehead?
Today's card is the third and final Puppy from
Kakashi's squad we'll be previewing, and he does not
He's dual symbol, which is even better now with
the new "Combination" element of the game, and
Fire/Lightning will help him in a possible
Animal/Toad/Puppy rush deck and helps his effect.
He's turn 2 with 3 support which is very good for
that drop, and like yesterday's card, he doesn't
interfere with Ninja Dog Squad (All Gathered). Of
course, the main thing that really matters is his
For starters, he's the first ninja with Tracking
that does not track, but that's not too bad, since
you can change the Tracked ninja for Urushi and Big
Bark Bull in case your opponent killed them off. His
actual effect allows you to put him in play when you
have three ninjas matching his symbol in play. This
is not too hard to pull off in a puppy deck since
you should have many puppies out at any given time,
and all puppies, or animals for that matter, are
Fire/Lightning. His effect is even good in any Fire
or Lightning since it is not relient on specific
cards, so he might be splashed in non-puppy decks.
Although entrance cost must be met, it does not
matter too much since he's only a two drop, plus it
doesn't cost as a deployment so he can add to your
rush. Heck, he even has a faux-ambush effect since
he can be played form the chakra area.
Biscuit is like a more annoying version of Cursed
Samurai and the original Tobi. Those two ninjas were
perfect chumps, but had to be redeployed. Biscuit is
put in play, so he fixes that one problem. The only
setback is you three ninjas in play, but in puppy
rush, that means nothing. And all around good card.
Limited: 2.75/5 His effect is possible
Keep it going! Ninja Dog Rush continues...
This puppy has mental...It's kind of odd to think
that the mental capacity of this dog equals that of
TenTen or Ino...
Anyway, Biscuit is the first of the dogs that has
Tracking, but an effect that doesn't rely on it.
It's effect lets you put her into play easily when
you have 3 or more ninja with a lightning OR a fire
symbol in play. Shouldn't be hard to get a free drop
from her. Aside from that, she makes great hand cost
for missions, since she essentially has super
ambush. She's a great compliment to yesterday's card
since she has support, and can make a team of her
and Bull a 7 on your opponents attack. What is
unfortunate though, is how bad her stats drop for
having 0 combat. In the theme though, she's a great
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