Weiβ Schwarz Card of the Day: 1st of August

1 Aug

For the first of August we get a pair of new Yayoi cards, a character who I don’t think has featured at all yet during the current lots of iM@S previews.

The Fundamentals of Cooking! Yayoi

Yellow / Level 2 / Cost 2 / 8500 / 2 Soul / 1 Soul Trigger

«音楽 Music» / «カエル Frog»

[CONT] If you have 3 or more other «音楽 Music» characters in your Stage, this card gains Soul+1.

The first Yayoi card sacrifices some of the power a 2/2 2 Soul would have, normally 9000, in order to potentially gain even more Soul. It shouldn’t be hard at all to get 3 «音楽 Music» characters on the stage, so Yayoi will fairly regularly have 3 Soul. This means she can hit very hard, but also that she’s more likely to get cancelled, which is always the risk you take when playing a higher Soul card like this. If you can support her and keep her on the Stage you could cause a lot of damage with her, especially if you know the opponent is out of Climaxes.

REST@RT Yayoi

Yellow / Level 2 / Cost 1 / 8000 / 1 Soul / 1 Soul Trigger

«音楽 Music» / «カエル Frog»

[AUTO] When this card attacks, if [REST@RT Myself] is in the Climax Border, this card gains Power +4000 for that turn.
[AUTO] When this card attacks, if [REST@RT Myself] is in the Climax Border, this card gains [[AUTO] ENCORE [(1)]] until the end of your opponent’s next turn.

The second Yayoi card has two Climax combo effects which are set off by the same Climax card. I think they’re shown as separate effects to avoid confusion over the fact that they last for different periods of time. The first effect gives Yayoi a power boost for the turn, making it much easier for her to defeat her opponents. I’m not sure what the Climax does, but I assume Yayoi has the potential to break 13000 attack fairly easily. This means she’ll defeat most opponents unless the opponent has a counter to save them.

The second effect gives Yayoi Encore until the end of the opponent’s next turn. This means that not only will the above mentioned scenario involving Counters still be quite bad for the opponent, but it also makes it much easier to keep Yayoi around for another turn, and potentially repeat the combo.

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