I Wanna See You

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Trap Card
I Wanna See You.png
The player who set this trap moves to the panel on which the trap was activated. The player who activated the trap then gains this card instead of it being discarded.
2 ☆
Cost
0 ★
Limit
3 per Deck
Deck Points
DeckPointsIcon.png 0
Symbol
Ikuse
Common Card
"Kyupita... I want to see you." ―Kyousuke

I Wanna See You is a 2-star trap card that, when triggered, warps its user to the same panel as the victim. It is then added to the hand of whoever triggered it, making it usable again by its victim.

Strategic Info[edit | edit source]

I Wanna See You is a tactical trap with a variety of potential uses for all play types. Firstly, as one of the only traps capable of transporting players, it is helpful to get bullies like Star Breaker within striking range of her targets. Once activated, it makes for a good combo with  Ambush for attackers seeking battle, or with  Treasure Thief for passive or defensive builds seeking cards or opposing hypers. Across the board, it can be tentatively placed near home panels as an auxiliary form of  Leap Through Space, in an attempt at securing normas more quickly.

Naturally, it sees the most usefulness in the hands of trap-layer builds, particularly Mira, Saki, and Yuki (Dangerous). Its early availability gives it placeholder value while the trapper seeks out higher value traps cards like  Sky Restaurant 'Pures' or  Big Bang Bell. Since it transports the user, trap-layers can then place another trap on the panel later in the match when they have access to higher norma traps. Yuki (Dangerous) especially appreciates this for the increased volume of wins gained through her trap detonation passive, and her hyper  Evil Mastermind, conducive for drawing and/or placing I Wanna See You at random.

Since the card's strength lies in its tenacity through infinite recycling, its best counter, is for an opponent to simply discard it.  We Are Waruda can mess up the strategic placement of the trap and  Star-Blasting Light will destroy it until the deck is reshuffled. Players who want to remain as far away from their opponents as possible should avoid adding this card to the deck.