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Top 10 New Naruto Cards of 2010
#7 - Zetsu [Mysterious Nature]
#N-890


Reviewed Jan. 6, 2011

Average Card Rating

Limited: 3.25
Unlimited: 3.25
Block: 4.25

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


ninja_
cupcakes

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N-890 Zetsu [Mysterious Nature]
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The number seven card of 2010 is the always useful Zetsu [MN]. While he may seem like side board material, he is good enough to be thrown into your main deck. Shutting down ninja effects is extremely useful for any situation and he can single-handedly take down Sasuke (State 2). His other effect is a useful one for Battle Reward flip decks, as it causes your opponent to lose a Battle Reward. A simple and staple card.

Limited: 3.5/5
Unlimited: 4/5
Block: 4/5

The_Sixth_
Prong

#7 - Zetsu n890:

This guy can easily be called the most playable card from Set 18, with new school effects and synergy to boot. He, like #8, will usually be found in any given Earth deck as a staple of a Turn 3, good for any situation. As of now, he can be found in at least 80% of competitive decks shutting down any ninja-specific decks.

In limited, you may not know what your opponent is playing, but he can still be effective, especially if you draft Earth. In unlimited, he stops some of the most devastating effects. There is no reason not to play him. In the Block format, he is a powerhouse capable of ruining the day of any decks that rely on one ninja effect.

Limited: 3/5
Unlimited: 2.5/5
Block: 4.5/5

 


 

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