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Togashi Mitsu

Togashi Mitsu

Togashi Mitsu

Type: Character
Cost: 5
Military Skill: 4
Political Skill: 3
Glory: 3
Clan: Dragon
Monk. Tattooed.
: During a conflict in which this character is participating, choose a Monk, Tattoo, or Kihō card in your conflict discard pile – play that card as if it were in your hand. If it is an event, put it on the bottom of your conflict deck instead of into your discard pile after resolving its effects.
Deck: Dynasty
Number: 86
Illustrator: Pavel Kolomeyets
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Jul 20 2018 07:03 PM
Monk deck linchpin? I like the 'just put it on the bottom' mechanic, same as when I saw it everywhere in Conquest. Reckon that's a sign of Brad being in charge?
WOOWHOOOO! Mitsu is finaly in the LCG! Definitly running a monk deck now.

Yeah, this card is complex enough to be really hard to analyse.


I'd note that at three glory, it's somewhat prone to being negated on a POL conflict, so it's really one for military breaks, especially with that Covert on there. Combine that with recursive hurricane punches or void fists, and you're looking at a one-man stronghold breaker.

I'm kind of disappointed that he's not a 2/2 with an ability that gives him 5 +1/+1 counters like his Old5R version, which also was famous for having so many traits - 3 clan affiliations (Dragon, Monk, Toturi's Army), Samurai, "Tattooed Man" which meant nothing for quite a while...


Still, for not really having any callbacks to the old game (even his glory is off - old one had 1 "personal honor"), still remarkably on point flavorwise.  So I'll take it.