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Yu Yu Hakusho
Pojo's The Spoils Card of
Character The attached character gains 1
strength. When an attacking party is formed that
includes the attached character, it must have
only 1 member. If the attached character is
blocked, destroy all members of the blocking
party. The attached character inflicts no damage
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5
scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 11.30.06
promised, perhaps the best new card in First
Edition. My favorite of them all, the Common
Gearsmith Item (gear) Spiky Atlasphere.
Cheap and mega effective. That’s the best way to
describe Spiky Atlasphere. For a cost of 2 with a
paltry threshold of 2 you get a “reverse
Pettifogger” of sorts. Actually, it’s a lot better!
First, give your Character +1 strength. Then use
said Character as a solo attacker. If it isn’t
removed from battle in some way (stolen, bounced or
direct damaged), it will do one of the following: 1)
destroy all Characters assigned to block it or 2)
punch it’s damage through to the target Faction or
What would you do against it? If it’s attached to a
Micromajig, do you just keep letting 2 damage
through like one of those annoying Covert guys?
Probably, since blocking it will only cause the loss
of a Character to you while preventing 2 damage.
Then again if you had your own 1/1/3 token, it might
be worth it. What if it’s attached to a good solid
Character like Scout? A (pumped) 4/3/4 is nothing to
sneeze at and neither is taking 4 damage. So do you
continue chump blocking? For how long?
I’m sure you get my point. This card PWNS!
Now to link it up to yesterday’s card, Carnival King
(as if you hadn’t already put 2 and 2 together for
this one!). Pay 3, Deplete Carnival King, pick the
Character with Spiky Atlasphere. All Characters that
can block do, and die. Remaining Characters stomp
In limited, this card’s Da Bomb! In constructed,
this card’s Da Bomb!
This card is amazing. It has an effect and then it
has what it does. It's effect is to destroy any and
all cards blocking it. What it does is it makes the
attached character functionally un-block-able.
Admittedly this isn't totally true. Your opponent
may choose to block, but they'll be using their
cheap characters for it. Or something like
Recapitulating Apparition or Pettifogger. When
combo'd with yesterday's card it becomes 'destroy
all un-depleted characters your opponent controls' I
wouldn't complain about that.