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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh Card of the Day

Shien's Dojo
#EXCV-EN057 

Each time a "Six Samurai" monster is Normal or Special Summoned, place 1 Bushido Counter on this card. You can send this face-up card to the Graveyard to Special Summon 1 "Six Samurai" or "Shien" Effect Monster from your Deck whose Level is equal to or lower than the number of Bushido Counters on this card.

Card Ratings
Traditional: 4
Advanced: 4 

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


Date Reviewed - June 1, 2011

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TENKOS777
(David Post)

Shiens Dojo
 
Traditional: 4
Advanced: 4
 
Shiens Dojo...like Legendary Six Sams needed more support. Regardless, Dojo is the latest Legendary Six Samurai support card from Extreme Victory. Similar to other Samurai support cards, Dojo makes use of Bushido counters for summoning Samurai type cards. As with other support, said Bushido counters can be placed onto other cards as well; such as Gateway. Dojo is a continuous magic card that nets a counter every time a a Six Sam is normal or special summoned. You can send the card along with counters to special summon a six Samurai or Shien effect monster from your deck whos level is equal or lower than the number of bushido counters. So as you can imagine the only real downside to this card is that it ss solely from the deck, possibly leaving dead monsters in hand that you added to the deck for Dojo plays. However, I feel this is outweighed by the extra consistency Dojo adds. In testing it has brought me and several individuals much success; at either one or two. The card basically gives players the option to get/play squire and have better access to Kagemusha for more synchro options. It also allows for the fairly easy ss of Sams like Hand or Mizuho, which can lead to destruction and synchro summoning.

Overall, Dojo is another great card for the Legendary Six Sams. If some of the other support cards get limited next set this card will certainly see more play. As of now, I'd suggest testing one  or two.

You'll be quite pleased.


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