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Neji Hyuga & Hinata Hyuga [Power Of The Hyuga Clan]


Reviewed: September 29, 2010

Average Card Rating

Limited: 1.75
Unlimited: 3.40
Block: 3.40

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Beastly Mage

Neji Hyuga & Hinata Hyuga

This Squad Card is good not just for Reward Flip Decks, but also for decks that rely on Tracking effects. When your opponent's Tracked Ninja goes out to attack, your opponent has to discard one card at random from the hand. This fits well into the Byakugan hand control strategy. Now this Squad also has a Valid effect, allowing you to flip two of your opponent's Battle Rewards face-up during your Mission Phase. This card is pretty good in the right deck. Try it and see!


Limited: 1/5
Constructed: 3/5
Block: 3/5
Art: Round 1, FIGHT!/5

9/29/10 N-895 Neji Hyuga & Hinata Hyuga [Power Of The Hyuga Clan]
Today's we look at squad that helps many of Earth's archetypes, specifically, all-around shutdown. For starters, getting this ninja into play should not be terribly hard to do. The new entrance cost 0 and 4 Nejis are popular cards for Earth, and there isn't an Earth deck I know of that is not running at least two of the many playable Hinatas we have in this format. It has the obvious combination of the two required ninjas' characteristics and great 7/2, 7/2 combat for turn 5. When the squad is put in play, you can change the ninja you are tracking, which is vital late game as you may want to shutdown a T5 ninja your opponent played last turn, or maybe the low entrance cost ninja you were tracking may not be as much as threat to you anymore. Whenever the ninja you are tracking is sent out to attack, your opponent must discard 1 card from their hand; this can easily prevent your opponent sending out a ninja to battle if their hand is low, which is very common for players fighting against Earth.  The second effect is a nice bonus for BR fliiping decks since it allows you to flip up to two cards; a nice trade-off for losing set 18 Neji and Hinata, which both have BR flipping effects. Both of these effects are valid which is a nice complement to the high injured stats this squad has. A good card for Earth, however you play it.
Limited: 2.5/5
Unlimited: 3.75/5
Block: 3.75/5



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