based on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 being the worst.
3 = average.
5 is the highest rating.
Uzumaki [Pure Anger]
This is a pretty good version of Naruto. OK, so he's
a turn-2 rather than turn-0 (or at least turn-1).
Thing is that he's got 2/0 - 5/0, Clone Status, AND
Growth. Now, on to his effect. When he's facing a
Sound Ninja while healthy, his healthy combat stats
become the same as his injured stats. Good
sidedecking material when facing Sound decks, but
also good for Lightning. Try it and see.
Naruto Uzumaki [Pure
YES!!! The new Naruto is finally here! As a turn 2,
he has 2/0 and 5/0, which is a pretty good step up
from the original. Sure, Control of Power can beat
him, but at the cost of 12 cards!
This Naruto was made to be used against Sound Decks.
I think it’s a good Sideboard card for a Recyclegan
Deck, since he still has Growth and Clone Status. Oh
well. If he’s injured on turn 3, which is the
earliest, he’ll be tied with Jirobo – although
Jirobo can at least because a chump blocker if he
gets hurt. Naruto, not so much. He’ll be dead.
I REALLY don’t like how Naruto is only strong when
he’s injured. One small TAP will kill him. That’s
why Sasuke is so much better than him.
Next Time: He’s a cold hearted snake! Look into his
eyes – uh-oh! He’s been tellin lies!
N-256 Naruto Uzumaki [Pure
Ah, the angst spills forward in today's version of
Naruto Uzumaki. Great stats for a turn 2, growth,
clone status. This naruto is very cool. The only
reason it hasn't seen a lot of play in high decks is
there are just better Naruto. Most people will rely
on the turn 0 versions of Naruto like [Control of
Power] and [One Last Attack].
For constructed this card loses out to turn 0
versions of Naruto. It's biggest draw back is his
need to be in injured status to be most effective, a
flaw that will probably plague Naruto Uzumaki for
his entire life. This card does offer a loophole
against Sound Ninjas which makes him a little better
than most. It has potential as a splash, but chances
are you're going to have a better version with a 0
Limited this is an good card to pull. Solid stats
and no requirement make it an easy addition to most
styles of limited tournaments.
Naruto Uzumaki N-256. A
turn 2 Naruto?!?! Can it be? Yeah. Both Naruto and
Sasuke are growing, and this is being reflected in
the card game. Besides their special power versions,
Naruto and Sasuke also received a turn 2 version
each. We're looking at the Naruto. He's turn 2,
2/0,5/0, Leaf/Male/Genin/Clone Status/Growth. Good
stats for a turn 2, and what is especially nice is
the growth and clone status, so this Naruto can use
Rasengan and other Naruto jutsus, which is nice,
since he's already somewhat strong, and with them
he'll be great. Also, when your opponent has a Sound
ninja in play, his healthy stats become the same as
his injured, so if your opponent has say, Yoroi out,
this guy's a 5/0,5/0. Not bad. He has competition in
your deck with some of his turn 0, and some turn 1
versions, mainly COP and OLA. Also, if you're going
to choose not to play any early Narutos(or try out 1
late turn one), then SP might be better. Yes,
without Final Valley he's a 5 entrance cost, but for
a 4/0,6/0 that can't be touched by Ninjas or Jutsus.
Constructed:3.5/5(He's good, but there are arguably
better Narutos that come out earlier, or 1 that
comes out later)
Limited:4.5/5(great stats, semi-early, and this set
has plenty of Sound ninja).
Today's card is an interesting and unique; however
it's another Naruto Uzumaki. He's turn 2 this time,
and comes with a healthy 2/0. When he's injured he
gets a 5/0, EXCELLENT for a turn 2.
His effect is great; when your opponent has at least
1 sound ninja in play his healthy status becomes
5/0, awesome effect against water decks, or even
splashed water supporters. Tayuya/Sakon anyone?
However, with Sexy Gaara still flyin around the
meta, this card most likley won't see any play. I'd
rather use a turn 0 naruto, because usually my 2
spots are filled with Gaara/Neji.
I forgot to mention, he has clone status and growth;
he'd be playable if Gaara was gone.
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