Posts Tagged ‘ Idolm@ster 2 ’

May 20th, Card of the Day

Bushiroad has already uploaded the full card lists for both the Idolm@ster 2 and Bakemonogatari trial decks. Nevertheless, I’ll still give my short reviews on both cards of the day that are from these trial decks, one of which being a pretty darn good buffer.

The card on the left is the main heroine of Bakemonogatari, Senjougahara Hitagi. 1/1, 7k power, no soul trigger, 1 soul, Strange and Stationery traits. Has no abilities; it’s a vanilla beatstick.

The card on the right is the lovable Yayoi hailing from Idolm@ster 2! 2/1, 5k, soul triger, 1 soul, Music and Frog traits. This card is a level buffer; this card’s support ability gives cards in front of this card a power bonus of 500 multiplied by their level. What makes this card even better is that it cannot be targeted by your opponent’s effects, which shuts away any events or card abilities that are meant to remove cards from the Stage, and most importantly, climax synergy, card triggers (Tornado) and card abilities that forces you to return a character from your Stage to your hand. You can pretty much ensure this card sits around for good once it’s played down.

Additionally, it’s yellow, a color that isn’t known for stable level buffing synergies! Both it’s ability and color makes it an exceptional buff card that’s a welcome addition to the Idolm@ster series.


May 19th, Card of the Day

It’s another Idolm@ster 2 card again! Today featuring the lovable, lively girl who speaks with a southern Japanese dialect, Hibiki Gahana!

“Charming Witness” Hibiki, 0/0, 3k power, 1 soul, Music and Animal traits. Nothing special as she’s just 3k vanilla card, but it’s Idolm@ster, so it’s special to me and a million other IM@S fans out there. Who can resist her countryside girl-next-door charm?

May 16th, Card of the Day

Today’s card is Hagiwara Yukiho from Idolm@ster 2. She is still relatively the same compared to her original self from the first game, but she has grown prettier in many aspects. Never mind that, today’s card is rather abuseable compared to many other similar effects.

0/0, 1.5k power, 1 soul, Music and Tea traits. Ability: when any of your characters reverse an opponent’s character by combat, you may add 1k to any one of your characters. Abilities of this nature are pretty common, but most if not all of them target specific traits, or only affect themselves. However, this has no trait requirement, and it allows you to add the power to anyone, which makes it really splashable! And since it’s a level 0, it negates any colour requirements, and it has no cost at all, only requiring you to reverse an opponent’s character via combat! It’s a deceivingly good card that  shouldn’t be overlooked!