Tips and StrategiesEdit
Acanthaster requires a total of six water cards on the field, which shouldn't be much of a problem in a water-based deck. Its strength of 7 makes it easily scorable and its reward fairly easy to trigger. The reward only has any effect if the opponent currently has more than four cards in the hand, and most of the time the opponent will have five, meaning the effect will usually only allow the player to hide one card from the deck. The reward is worth it, however, since it allows the player to hide a skill card (building defense) without wasting a turn.