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Genkai: Bloodline Trait]
Welcome to another week of reviews. Today's card is
the first SR Haku. Now, no jutsu negation is nice,
however there are certain jutsus used today that
require rank, which this ninja obviously doesn't
have. It's not a gamebreaking card, but it's pretty
good. It all depends on your strategy though. Now, 3
support is pretty good too. Using it is all up to
Well, Monday's review brings us to an old favorite
that has slowly lost it's luster over the course of
[Bloodline Trait] used to be a very popular choice
in the meta a couple seasons ago, but recently it's
not seen as much. It is still a decent card, but the
lack of a ninja rank really brings down the number
of jutsu he can use that you wouldn't want to be
negated. Big Jutsu choices are mostly the stuff that
can be played as Jonin or higher rank or specific
requirements (Deep Forest, Chidori, etc.) and Haku
unfortunately doesn't qualify. He doesn't even see a
whole lot of splash action in decks that run some
lower jutsu like Paper Bomb or Sexy Jutsu, more for
a matter of space. Even in Five Pronged Seal where
you want Seal to go off it doesn't see play because
it's a turn 3 which is generally 1-2 turns later
than Seal wants to go off.
Casual play he is still a good choice. Casual is
usually non-competitive and there is really no
reason to run things like 8 Trigrams, Vortexes and
Deep Forests and what not. He is a good choice for
casual play if you are playing a deck that has an
important Jutsu that you want to go off every once
in a while.
For sealed/draft it's very simple: Choose him first.
His solid effect mixed with the fact that you take
anything good you can get makes it an easy choice.
Overall, solid effect but no rank makes him a card
that is mostly passed over in competitive play.
Nothing special about his stats, same as most
general 3 drops.
Competitive: 3/5 (Good effect, but no rank brings
down his score)
Casual: 3.5/5 (a little higher here because casual
is just that, casual and not competitive)
Sealed/Draft: 4/5 (pick him first, solid effect
makes it an easy choice)
-Alucard of the Abyss-
When I first started playing this used to be my
favorite cards and one of the best cards out there
because of that 3 support. Right now, this card is
easily outshined by the new Sound 4 Ninja being
Tayuya, Kidomaru, and sometimes Sakon. Haku's effect
is pretty nice, but since Haku is not a Jonin, his
effect is limited to a very select few cards. His
effect being Valid is nice, but his injured stats
are pretty horrible. Haku has lost his flare for the
most part, but for fun games, Haku can cause some
definite problems. He's also not too bad in Mono
Constructed: 2.75/5 Outshined recently due to better
Limited: 5/5 3 Support in Path to Hokage Can Not be
Haku [Bloodline Trait] is
a very good version of Haku. If I had it, I'D USE
IT. This is a good card that can be splashed into
any Deck, although there better splooshers than this
for most decks.
Although, for Water Decks (Especially those being a
Haku/Zabuza build) it's like Hayate for Fire,
Freedori, and Animal! In a Haku/Zabuza Deck capable
of using lots of Jutsu cards, this Haiku scores
NEXT TIME: It's like Lightning, but in Sword Form
Haku ( Bloodline Trait )
This is goona be a short review. Average Haku stats,
and the effect is cool, as justsu cards used by him
can't be sharienganed. Besides low injured stats,
that's all I can say about him.
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