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Pojo's Shaman King TCG Card of the Day

Day of Attonement

Type - Advantage
Card Number - REI053

Card Ratings
Tournament - 2.5
Casual - 2.5
Sealed - 2.5

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

Date Reviewed - 09.12.05



Well, this is it; my final review. I know, it's sad. I am a Shaman King TCG fan second, a Shaman King fan first. I have played several other card games before Shaman King TCG, so I know the ropes. Last year I had some time, but this year I am not so lucky. I got to really buckle down and do some real life work. We might have a new Card of the Day reviewer next week, so look forward to that if it happens. I'm not giving up on the game or the series. So today, I finish off my long line of reviews with "Day of Atonement." There wasn't a really good mood setter, so this was the best I could do.

This advantage card has a soul trait restriction. The card cost is 1 red furyoku which it a tad heavy. You don't want to spend too much furyoku on advantages and teamworks. "Day of Atonement's" effect states that "Immediate. Instead of charging this zone, charge any zone instead." This is an effect that breaks one of the "game rules." But remember the line in the rule book that says to always do what the card says over the rule book. I assume that you can only charge one of your own zones and if can't charge any zone the effect is null. The only reason you would want to charge your zones (besides for a card effect that you might not ever use) is to bring out your signature move. Even if you charge your last zone in order to bring out your signature move you must wait a turn. Using a red furyoku just to charge one zone is alot. If you do plan to put this in your deck, keep track of your red furyoku costs. Too many red furyoku costs can be very bad.

Casual: 2.5/5
Tournament: 2.5/5
Sealed: 2.5/5

So this is it. I'll try not to forget how to play Shaman King TCG. If you want to contact me, for questions/comments or just want to talk about Shaman King, look my profile up on the Pojo message boards. It's all right there. Will you see me somewhere down the road of TCGs? Maybe, but probably not, I'm not that great. I want to thank Bill (Mr. Pojo himself) and Jonnyo for letting me have this job and posting up these reviews. Thanks for reading!


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