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Naturia Cherries
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If this card is sent from the field to the Graveyard by your opponent's card (including by battle, card effect, or by being destroyed), you can Special Summon up to 2 "Naturia Cherries" from your Deck in face-down Defense Position.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 2.00
Advanced: 3.88 

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


Date Reviewed - Jan. 20, 2011

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Dark Paladin
Thursday
 
Naturia Cherries is awesome, great for Plant Decks, and other Decks too, namely something that likes to Tribute, Monarch players, just to name a couple.  Being a Plant is a bonus, while the Earth attribute and 200 attack and defense are almost meaningless, OH, and it's a Tuner  :)
 
If the cute cherries go to the Graveyard from the Field (through Battle, card effect, or being destroyed) Special Summon up to two Naturia Cherries from your Deck in face-down defense position.  Even if the Battle Phase is continuing, you gave two more (potential) attack targets.  I like this a lot.
 
Ratings:
 
Traditional:  3/5 
Advanced:     4/5 
Art:  5/5 

Mark
Howard
Naturia Cherries . . . where to start? Level 1, replicating Tuner. Also Earth. That is good. Cherry Inmato does the same thing, but with level 2. That's Tuner 1 & 2 access VS 2 & 4. In most instances, 2 and 4 is going to be better, but Naturia Cherries is also a Naturia monster, which Cherry Inmato is not.

That means it fuels Bamboo Shoot and works with all the Naturia supporters, and being a level 1 Earth Tuner means these cherries can make Naturia Beast, and those cherries can't.

3.5/5 - It depends on the deck's needs.
Art: Cherries! Aww!
Fun Fact: In YuGiOh, cherries are always self-replicating Tuners.
Tomorrow: Fight the machine!

David
the
Nameless

Here we have another overlooked card that may have some potential. Cherry can be run in most plant decks for a couple of reasons. First, he is a plant. Second, when it is destroyed (by battle or card effect), you can special summon two copies of him in face down defense position. Third, he is a tuner. This third effect can change the game completely. For the people who don’t know of the Supervise Gigaplant loop, this and/or Glow up Bulb can be used as a level 1 tuner. Basically just equipping Gigaplant with Supervise and summoning Cherry and synchroing into Power Tool Dragon (then Supervise’s effect lets you summon Gigaplant again) then using Power Tool’s effect, searching and getting either another Supervise or a Mark of the Rose.  This is the reason I would run this card, there might be others, but that is the main reason I can think of. This is David the Nameless signing out.

3/5


The
Crowing

Todays card is Naturia Cherries, chances are you pulled this Super Rare from your Starstrike blast pack, looked at it, then threw it in your binder without caring. Well it's actually a pretty decent card. Its EARTH like all Naturias are and its a plant, which half nutrias are, the other half are insects. Now its Also a tuner, and whats more a level 1 tuner, because its level 1 it has pathetic stats of 200/200 so its not winning any contests, but now onto its effect when its sent from the field to the grave by anything your opponent does, you special summon two more, its sort of like a worse deep sea diva.

So, if its sent to the grave by your opponent you get two more and its a tuner, both are pretty good things.

Traditional - 1/5
Advanced 5/5 (Naturia decks only)
Art- Why do Naturia cards always look....off?


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