This card cannot be Special Summoned. This card returns to the owner's hand during the End Phase of the turn that this card is Normal Summoned, Flip Summoned, or flipped face-up. This monster attacks your opponent's Life Points directly.
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1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - April 21, 2011
Today's hippity hoppity card is Inaba White
Rabbit, which is a spirit:
arguably the least played sub-class of monster
besides Toons. Being a spirit, the bunny can't be
special summoned, and it returns to the hand during
the end of the turn it was normal/flip summoned. Its
upside: it can attack directly. Its downside: it
only has 700 ATK. Not that you have to worry about
it being killed next turn, as it will bounce back,
but it's not really worth it. Fun as it looks, this
bunny is outclassed by other attack-directly
monsters, such as the Watt archetype.
Art: He's climbin in yo windows, snatchin yo rockets
Inaba Right Rabbit...a Spirit monster, and that
about kills this card. I've never even seen a
semi-competitive Spirit Deck. In short, this card
has 700 attack, can attack directly, returns to your
Hand, and can't be Special Summoned.
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