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Kisame Hoshigake [Bad
just kidding, [Chakra Eater Sword]
This guy is pretty good. The effect will go off
whenever he uses a jutsu and manages to stay on the
field, and you can get rid of your opponent's chakra
pretty quickly. If they don't have a mission or
cards to charge, sometimes you can even leave them
He's water, so you might find better jonins with a
Kabuto or Zabuto, but this guy is pretty good too.
Worth considering in a mono-water.
Stats ok, weak injured though. Weapons means next to
nothing. Akatsuki/Rogue Ninja and all the assorted
Tuesday's card is Kisame
Hoshigaki, Chakra Eater Sword. He has the same stats
as the Super Rare from Dream Legacy, but the effect
is a little different. You can literally strip an
opponent's chakra away with a few Jutsu, as long as
they aren't negated. This may be the better of the
two Kisames we have as his power really depends on
successful Jutsus. Basically, any Jutsu you use is a
Chakra Absorption in addition to its effect. Like
the old Kisame, he's best in the MonoWater Chakra
Limited:3/5(Paired with Eternal Rivalry's cheap
Jutsus, he's mean)
Constructed:3/5(He's worth the try in a Water deck)
(Chakra Eater Sword)
Today's card is one that seems to have become as
popular as its Super Rare incarnation. Rather than
discarding Chakra when you attack with it you can do
it anytime as long as you've resolved a Jutsu with
Kisame. Being a Jonin means that he can do a lot of
Jutsus, so there's a big chance you'll get his
effect. Problem is that it isn't valid, like the
Super Rare version's effect. Still, he's a good
addition to Water/Chakra control decks.
Tuesday's card is the Rare
version of Kisame. Unlike his Akatsuki counterpart,
who is better as a rare, this card is signifigantly
less playable than his Super Rare version.
First of all, you need to resolve a jutsu, and there
is a good chance if you try to Vortex something, or
use another powerful Jutsu, Kisame will be removed
from play via Sandaime (APW) or Trigrams or
something, making his effect useless. The other
Kisame drains chakra no matter what happens to him
after being sent to attack, and while you can chain
Rare Kisame's jutsus to discard more than 2 chakra
at a time, it will cost you a lot of chakra and
jutsus from your hand anyway. That is why I wouldn't
reccomend this Kisame.
In limited, it's a strong ninja which is nice, and
it comes with a Water symbol, which is solid if
you've got some water missions or Zabuzas (Both of
which are far better.)
His effect is a bit stronger here, since there are
some cheap jutsus (leaf hurricane) you could use to
destroy your opponent's chakras.
Today we look at the Eternal Rivalry Kisame Rare
card. This is pretty much the same Kisame as last
set, same Stats, and attributes as well along with
the same entrance and hand cost. His effect and
rarity are the only things that have changed.
Basically, whenever Kisame uses a Jutsu and it
works, you get to discard 2 of your opponent's
chakra. This is where Kisame ultimately fails
because with the Super Rare Kisame, you can discard
2 chakra at the end of the turn, but with this one,
you have to use a Jutsu and then make sure it goes
off. I'd much rather use the Super Rare one over
this guy. In a booster draft, this guy would be
pretty sweet to use though, but for competitive
play, I'd definitely leave him in the binder.
Constructed: 2/5... Other Kisame is better
Limited: 3.5/5... He has more potential here
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