Douzième carte de la semaine de l'opus XII

Hello everyone! Let’s dive straight into today’s Card of the Week from “Opus XII: Crystal Awakening”. The latest series has been running over a longer span of time than usual, but has everyone already discovered cards they’d like to use? I hope you enjoy today’s post since I will be introducing a card that will surely inspire new deck ideas.

Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen

Today’s card features Tenzen, a samurai that appears in “FINAL FANTASY XI”. This card comes with an original illustration by Ryoma Ito, just like Selh’teus feu.gif glace.gif [12-112L] Selh'teus, whom I previously introduced. Meaning…Yes! A full art version of this card exists as well!

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The original illustration in itself is beautiful, so I’m sure this goes to show how truly wonderful full art cards are. If you have a chance to get a hold of one, I hope you take your time to appreciate the artwork. 

Now that we’ve covered the magnificence of the illustration, let’s talk about the card’s ability next. Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen is a 6CP Forward with 9000 power. The fact that the card is quite costly in relation to the power may insinuate that it holds a strong ability. Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen has Brave in addition to two auto-abilities. Both auto-abilities are about adding a Samurai to your hand with the first ability allowing you to reveal the top 5 cards of your deck at the end of your turn and add 1 Job Samurai or Card Name Samurai among them to your hand.

So… you may think this is a common ability, but you should be aware – this ability actually triggers after each of your turns. As long as Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen remains on the field, a Samurai can be called forth to your hand after every turn. An opponent would need to take down this Forward as quickly as possible. For “FF-TCG”, where CP can be generated by discarding cards in your hand, an increase in the number of cards in your hand poses a huge threat. Though stating the obvious, this also means that the resources you need to engage in battle will increase every turn.

Conversely, players who use Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen would want to avoid having the card removed, at least until the turn in which the card had been played ends. Unless the ability is activated, you would have just ended up placing a slightly costly Forward onto the field. The second ability reads: “When Tenzen leaves the field, choose 1 Job Samurai or Card Name Samurai of cost 3 or less in your Break Zone. Add it to your hand.” Therefore, it’ll provide a minimal amount of support, but you would ideally want to utilize the first ability, so I encourage you to be mindful about this when utilizing this card.

Cards with Good Synergy

Here, let’s take a look at some cards that have good synergy with Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen. This card clearly suggests “using a Samurai” so I’d like to introduce a few in that direction. The one that immediately comes to mind as an option is Cyan feu.gif [11-003R] Cyan. It goes without saying that this will allow you to search for Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen, but it’s also a card that can be accessed by Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen; although its power isn’t that high, the fact that it can deal additional damage when a Samurai attacks will surely make this a central card in a Samurai deck. Additionally, Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen can also call forth Backups like Samurai feu.gif [7-009C] Samurai and Gosetsu feu.gif [8-137S] Gosetsu so these would also be good to incorporate. Let’s not forget to also include Hien feu.gif [8-138S] Hien who can be searched by Gotetsu feu.gif [8-137S] Gosetsu.

Furthermore, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to build a Mono Fire deck, but it also wouldn’t be a bad idea to pair it with some Earth element cards. You could protect Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen with cards like Cockatrice terre.gif [5-081C] Cockatrice or you could bring it back with something like Cu Sith terre.gif [10-068C] Cu Sith even if it gets removed. Star Sibyl terre.gif [5-091H] Sibylle stellaire, Gabranth terre.gif [9-063L] Gabranth and Tyro terre.gif [11-072R] Tyro would also allow you to search for Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen.

Also, this combo is just for fun, but you could use a technique in which you suddenly increase the value of Cyan feu.gif [11-003R] Cyan with Hashmal, Bringer of Order terre.gif [2-087R] Hashmal, Grand Ordonnateur, packing in quite a punch if it lands.

How do you like this card? Tenzen feu.gif [12-012L] Tenzen is a card that is completely focused around the Samurai. Perhaps the days of the Samurai deck will soon be upon us. I would love for you to give this one a try. Next time – RB will be introducing a multi-element Legend card.

Commentaire (1)
Samedi 10 octobre 2020

Lamie [12-018H] est un Avant à 4 CP de Catégorie IX doté de 7000 de force, et de Job Chasseur de primes. Lorsque Lamie entre sur le terrain, votre adversaire retire du jeu la carte du dessus de son deck face cachée. Vous pouvez la regarder et/ou la lancer à tout moment où vous pouvez normalement la lancer. Le coût pour la lancer baisse de 2 et peut être payé avec des CP de n'importe quel Élément. En somme, Lamie peut regarder la carte de l'adversaire et la lui prendre si elle veut l'utiliser ! Puisque vous payez moins pour lancer la carte en question, toutes les cartes ou presque valent la peine d'être lancées !



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