When a Beast Warrior-Type "Bujin" monster you control is destroyed by battle and sent to the Graveyard: You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard; Special Summon 1 "Bujin" monster from your Deck. You can only use the effect of "Bujingi Pavo" once per turn.
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1 being the worst.
3 is average.
5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - Feb. 26, 2014
Shifting gears ever so slightly is Bujingi Pavo.
This is another Level 4, Light attributed,
Winged-Beast Monster. 1700 attack isn't bad, 800
defense isn't good, I like balance. Anyway, this guy
actually has a good effect, and is a decent enough
attacker. When a Beast-Warrior Bujin you control is
destroyed by Battle and sent to the Graveyard, you
can discard this card from your Hand to Special
Summon another Bujin from your Deck. Said effect can
only be used once per turn. Now, this isn't bad, I
mean, Monster replenishment is good. The down is,
it's not enough, and/or you're giving up too much. I
mean, you lose a Monster from the Field and your
Hand, for one from your Deck. That's a -1
folks...still better than yesterday.
Hello Pojo Fans,
Halfway through the week and another “Bujin” monster
we have up for review. Bujin Pavo is a Light, Winged
Beast-type monster, level 4 with 1700ATK/800DEF.
“When a Beast Warrior-Type "Bujin" monster you
control is destroyed by battle and sent to the
Graveyard: You can send this card from your hand to
the Graveyard; Special Summon 1 "Bujin" monster from
your Deck. You can only use the effect of "Bujingi
Pavo" once per turn.”
Pavo can hold it's own with 1700ATK, but not so much
with 800DEF. There are six Bujin Beast-Warrior
monsters that can help to activate Pavo's effect:
Arasuda, Mikazuchi, Yamato, Kagutsuchi, Susanowo,
and Tsukuyomi. When either are destroyed, Pavo can
be sent from your hand to the Graveyard to Special
Summon a Bujin from your Deck. Special Summoning any
Bujin monster during your opponents turn is great.
Any of the above six get destroyed and hit the
grave, discard Pavo and bring out any Bujin you
want, or another copy of the monster that was just
destroyed (excluding Kagutsuchi, Susanowo, and
A lot of times you will be protecting your Bujin
monsters (especially Yamato), so Pavo may not be
instant gratification. Pavo may be left out in place
of Swallow and Crane, as they protect and can gain
advantage rather than break even like Pavo will, and
those “Bujin” monsters don't require a
Beast-Warrior “Bujin” monster. Pavo is still a good
card for a Bujin deck, and should be played. It's
not the best, but it is the decks Mystic Tomato-like
On the up side: It's decent support for Bujins.
It can protect your life points, replace dead
monsters, and help you maintain field presence. It's
also a strong searcher.
On the down side: Bujin monsters destroyed by
card effects are not protected. And unfortunately,
no matter how much skill you put into it, this can
can never become more than a 1-for-1.
All in all, not essential, but definitely worth
Traditional – 1/5
Advanced – 3/5
It is now day three of Shinto mythology. Look, my
precious guppies, look and notice how the
TCG-Exclusive Bujingis are all black? This seems to
be pointing to Bujin Zane Truesdale/Ryo Marufuji.
Anyway, welcome to my review of Bujingi Pavo.
This one will be simple. Anything that let's you
summon whatever you want from the deck generally is
a good card, but let's look a bit closely with this
one. Bujin is an archetype that tries to keep the
Beast-Warrior on the field at all costs, so this one
being used in case a Bujin dies seems a bit odd.
However, it never hurts to be prepared just in case
you can't protect that Bujin. Running one of this
guy won't kill you and it may pay to be prepared for
the worst, but again, you don't exactly NEED it.
Countering Pavo: I reiterate, destroy Yamato!
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