Asceticism of the Six Samurai


  Quick-Play / Spell
Target 1 "Six Samurai" monster you control; Special Summon 1 "Six Samurai" monster from your Deck with the same ATK but a different name, and if you do, destroy it during the End Phase of this turn. 
CARD ID: 27821104
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YuGiOh! TCG karta: Asceticism of the Six Samurai

TCG SETS

TCG SetSymbolRarityLowAvgTrend
Spirit Warriors SPWA-EN048 Super Rare0.10€0.54€0.48€
Storm of Ragnarok STOR-EN050 Rare0.08€0.56€0.52€

Card Trivia

 Asceticism is defined as extreme self-denial and austerity, especially befitting of the Six Samurai theme.
It often allows the summon of the older and more mature Six Samurai via their younger counterparts, such as the Grandmaster from Kizan while his effect is active, and the Hand from Mizuho.
Asceticism can also imply doing a normally avoided task for the betterment of the community, which can be applied to the Six Samurai clan and their shogun allowing newer members in order to gain their assistance.
Legendary Six Samurai - Mizuho appears in this card's artwork.
A smaller version of Mizuho can be seen under the larger image of herself, standing underneath a waterfall, referring to a popular form of asceiticism. Training underneath a waterfall to temper one's mind and body is a common training method in Asian cultures.
Mizuho bears the Shien symbol on her forehead.

Rulings


TCG Rulings




This card targets the face-up “Six Samurai” monster. : Storm of Ragnarok -- Card Rulings (Version 1.0)

It cannot be activated during the Damage Step.

You look at the current ATK of the monster when this card resolves.

If the target is no longer face-up on the field because of an effect Chained to this card’s activation, this effect disappears.

If your opponent controls the target when this card resolves, you still Special Summon.

Destroying the selected monster does not start a Chain.

If you don’t have an appropriate monster in your Deck when this card resolves, the selected “Six Samurai” monster is still destroyed during the End Phase.