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Legendary Six Samurai - Kizan
#STOR-EN020 

If you control a face-up "Six Samurai" monster, other than "Legendary Six Samurai - Kizan", you can Special Summon this card from your hand. While you control 2 or more other face-up "Six Samurai" monsters, this card gains 300 ATK and DEF.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 3.00
Advanced: 5.00 

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


Date Reviewed - Feb. 9, 2011

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Mark
Howard

Legendary Six Samurai - Kizan is the new DSF; a super going for, like, $50. Yikes. It's basically 3 more Grandmasters in your deck. It activates the other Sams, lights the Gateway on fire, and... well, what the hell else do you want it to do?

5/5
Art: They all have that Six Samurai emblem.
Not very fun fact: You're going to lose to this guy a lot.
Tomorrow: The third Dragon Synchro in its series.


Puppet Master
The Legion

Today’s card is Grandmaster of the Six Samurai… younger. Anyways, Kizan is a very solid card. His stats are alright on his own, but when you have other support on the field, more often than not, by the time Kizan has been played, his attack becomes the same as his older counterpart. Running Kizans in a samurai deck is practically like you’re running 6 copies of Grandmaster, only this version you can summon even if you don’t have another Six Samurai on your side of the field. Kizan really gives the samurai deck a lot of consistency, not really because he’s super amazing or anything, but because, like I said earlier, it’s as if you are running 6 copies of the beloved Grandmaster. Samurais needed Kizan in their build so that they could run at their full potential, and boy, do they run.

Traditional: 4/5
Advanced: 5/5


The
Crowing

Here we have one of the legendary Six Samurai monsters. Kizan, he is an Earth Warrior Six Samurai monster with 1800 Attack and 500 defense. Pretty standard for a warrior, actually.

Now on to his effect, if you control 1 other six samurai that isnt him, you can special summon it from your hand. So hes like Grandmaster. But WAIT, if you control TWO six samurai monsters, he gains 300 attack and def. That means his defense goes up to 800 POINTS. NOTHING WILL BE ABLE TO STOP THAT 800 DEFENSE WALL.

In all seriousness, he becomes a 2100 monster, thats better the grandmaster, since you can control unlimited of Kizan. But you can only special summon one copy, so youll have to normal summon the rest, So its kinda the exact same thing as grandmaster, except you can normal summon this one.

Now, Ordinarily I would say this card isnt that good. But due to all the crazy six samurai stuff running around, hes probably more broken then he appears. I have no idea how the new six samurai combos work, so Ill just assume this guy is like crazy good.

Traditional- 1/5 Even with all the new support, I dont think Sams are topping Chaos.
Advanced- 5/5 Just because I assume this guy is insane with all the combos.
Art- Bland, hes standing there holding a sword.

Dark Paladin

Wednesday
 
Legendary Six Samurai-Kizan is a Level 4, Earth atributed, Warrior monster, with 1800 attack, and 500 defense.  Now for the awesome here, when you control a face-up Six Samurai monster, other than himself, Kizan can Special Summon himsel to the Field.  1800 attack is good, and better in a Special Summon.
 
While you control two or more face-up Six Samurai monsters, Kizan gains 300 attack and defense.  The defense increse is negligble as it start at only 500, but the attack increas to 2100 is pretty sweet.  He fits with his Samurai brothers well, almost too well, as both effects are all too easy to pull off.
 
Ratings:
 
Traditional: 4/5
Advanced:    5/5
Art:  5/5  He almost could pose as a Breaker type Spellcaste with that armor.


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