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Five Pronged Seal Released

Card Number: 126
Rarity - R

Review Date: 10.10.06

Average Card Rating: 1

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


dust2dust Five Pronged Seal Released

Pro:
Immediate advantage

Con:
Chakra cost.

We’ve been talking about toads cards relating to toads all week, now for something thing totally unrelated to our theme this week, Five Pronged Seal Released.

For 5 chakra, one of each element, you can get 5 of your opponent’s battle reward (your cards) and return them to the owner’s hand (your hand). Although you did delay your opponent form winning, and possibly get hand advantage from it, this is nearly impossible to pull off.

First of all, you need 5 of each element. Most people who build decks base it on 2 element, 3 max. to include all 5 chakra in the deck will make it hard to play any jutsu or missions effectively. This means it requires a deck of it’s own, or just lots of clients. Clients are not the best cards in the game, but it seems like they are the only hope of this card.

Worse of all is that it’s easy to counter just like any old jutsu. If you spend you whole game trying to build up chakra for this jutsu, then it’s countered by cards like Sharingan Eye, you basically just lost the game.

Lastly, this requires you to sent 5 cards back to your hand, and discards to 6 or less hand size in the end. With such a limited hand size, you will probably want to save up cards in your hand anyway. So after you play 5 pronged seal, then most of the cards that you gotten would just go to discard pile, a complete waste in my opinion.

Since there is not much anyone can do before or after you play this card, most players would consider this card, any where.

Constructed: 1.0/5
Limited: 1.0/5 I feel sorry if you drafted this.
 

 

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