based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 being the worst. 3 = average. 5 is the highest rating.
Last card in this Super Rare week is Kidomaru [State
1]. With the usual Kidomaru stats, it's not really
that impressive. It's good, but not that much...
until you activate his effect. Discard two chakras
at the start of your turn and give this guy a growth
coin if he doesn't have one already. He also has
growth, so there's another way to give him the coin.
5/3 is no laughing matter when combat and support
stats are necessary. Running him, however, is all up
Art: Young Mutant Criminal Association member.../5
Today we take a look at the Kidomaru Super Rare from
Quest for Power. He's actually a pretty good ninja.
He has growth and he's turn 3. His basic stats
aren't too horrible for a turn 3 being 4/2 healthy
and 2/2 injured. His effect allows him to get a
growth coin at the beginning of your turn by
discarding 2 chakra or just using growth then he
gets pumped up to a 5/3 and 3/3 respectively. In a
Mono Water deck, the new sound 4 Ninjas are pretty
good, Kidomaru and Tayuya, the ones that stick out
the most in my mind. Constant 3 support by Kidomaru
is nice and a 5 power as early as turn 4 is nice as
If you're splashing for some support Tayuya State 1
is the better option, but in a mainly Water deck,
Kidomaru is nice.
Kidomaru ( State 1)
We've already reviewed this card, but I'm still
givin a review. Kidomaru is the best of the sound
ninja. Growth is good. His stats are the most
balanced out of the five ninja and he has good
Constructed : 4.3
I already reviewed this
Kidomaru, so I'm skipping the review. But, I was in
a happy mood when I reviewed it last time.
3/5 in Sound 4 Deck
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