Tomato & Mimyuu/Hyper
Effect[edit | edit source]
Tomato & Mimyuu have three Hypers, with one belonging to Tomato and two belonging to Mimyuu. Of Mimyuu's Hypers, one of them will generate copies of the other.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Evil Spy Work - Preparation is a unique Hyper that centers around deck control. When using Mimyuu, the goal of the player should be to collect as many Hypers as possible. Like Hypers such as, the Hyper grows in strength the more of them that the player activates during the game. Bombarding the deck with copies of Evil Spy Work - Execution can quickly make drawing a scary task for opponents, as each one deals a massive amount of 3 damage. This enables the player to have an easier time KOing opponents as Tomato, and the card can also be used to instantly KO Mimyuu with no penalty, allowing for a quick switch to Tomato in order to fight other players. The Hyper also increase Tomato's odds of drawing a Hyper due to her passive. As a result, is a very effective card for finding a Hyper as Tomato.
Waruda Machine, Blast Off! is a powerful, stat-boosting Hyper that provides a large boost to ATK and DEF at the cost of EVD. The additional stats are added based off the number of cards in the opponent's hand at the time of activation, thus it is best used in tandem with cards such asor after an opponent uses a card like or . The Hyper itself enables Tomato to easily overpower opponents and turn their greatest asset, their cards, into their own worst enemy. The Hyper is particularly potent against characters that can hold more than 3 cards, furthering its effect.
However, both Hypers feature crucial flaws that lessen their effectiveness. Waruda Machine, Blast Off!, while powerful, is based on the opponent's card amount, not the player's like, and thus is harder to guarantee results. The opponent will also have more counter options with more cards, and battle cards like and can easily deflect Tomato's Hyper. Evil Spy Work - Execution might also accidentally KO the opponent instead of simply damaging them, making them hard to KO, and helping them preserve their stars. The Hypers also work against each other in some aspects, as the player wants the opponent to have less cards so they cannot discard , but needs for the opponent to have a full hand to be powerful.