To enter the kitchens of the Golden Monastery without an invite is to enter at your own peril, and to complain about the quality of the sushi amounts to little more than suicide. Sakazuki, the master of the domain, is a talented but quick-tempered chef who can easily transform any everyday pair of chopsticks into a deadly weapon.
  • Released on friday 12/10/07
  • Illustrator: phalloide
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Power of Sakazuki:

Damage +2

Sakazuki’s Damage points are increased by 2 points. (Remember: Damage points are inflicted on your opponent if you win the round)


Bonus :

Damage +2

Fang Pi Clang’s Damage points are increased by 2 points. (Remember: Damage points are inflicted on your opponent if you win the round)

First evolution of the 2 different evolutions of this character :

  • Fang Pi ClangSakazukipicture
    Power4AbilityUnlock ability at
    Damage1BonusDamage +2
  • Fang Pi ClangSakazukipicture
    Power6AbilityDamage +2
    Damage2BonusDamage +2
63 characters
missions icon 24 missions
Bonus Damage +2
The kung-fu taught at Fang Pi School was developed in the Golden Mountain Monastery and is an ancestral martial art. The Clan, lead by the merciless Lost Hog, wants to enforce its warmongering ways on each and every one of us. To gain world supremacy, the Clan is fighting to overthrow the government in favor of a Bruce Lee clone that it has created and raised in secret.
  • At level 1: min 1 040 Clintz
  • At level 2: min 1 048 Clintz
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15 comments on Sakazuki

Sunday 24/05/2009, 01:56

Sakazuki, the angry, asian sushi chef.

Level 1:
Power 4
Damage 1
No Ability (level 2)
+2 Damage (Bonus)

Level 2:
Power 6
Damage 2
+2 Damage (Ability)
+2 Damage (Bonus)

Sakazuki is a very decent 2* filler for the Fang Pi Clang. He is equally hurt by SOA and SOB, but unapposed he becomes a very promising 6/6, for just 2 stars. Sure, many people say that Windy Mor and Xia Leming are better because they have abilities, but they are 3 STARS. You're not buying Sakazuki because he's good in general, you're buying him because he's an amazing filler. Depending on your playing style, Chan or Unagi are also good 2* fillers. However, I find that offensively the fact that Sakazuki is underestimated is invaluable.

Green Faces! smileysmiley

Thursday 21/02/2008, 17:23

-a decent 2star budget filler for your Fang Pi deck
-I'd prefer Marlysa Cr, Windy Mor, or Xia Leming better for level2 cards, but if you're on a budget, this card will do
-he's a 6/6 card (if unchecked), a good stat for a 2star card, in fact, it's decent
-and yeah..he uses the chopsticks as weapons of mass distruction

Monday 12/09/2011, 11:29

The chef for Fang Pi Clang should have been Fruit Ninja

Thursday 28/02/2008, 00:29

Sakazuki is an absolute must have for a beginner trying to play Fang Pi Clang. It's such an expensive clan to play because the good cards are super pricey CR cards and the cheap cards are crap. Sakazuki is worlds better than Lihoi Chun or Mini Mosu, but he's no Marlysa Cr. Windy Mor and Xia Leming can be played at lvl 2 in Elo decks, but the only way to play Fang Pi Clang as a beginner is to get Endo, Sakazuki, and some of the more pricey cards. Windy Mor is usually cheap enough.

Sunday 01/01/2012, 01:41

Its an awesome card out of what i have seen the Fang Pi Clang have come up with. smiley and on that basis i give it a 9/ 10. It has an abilty which support the bonus and if u play it smartly u get a damage of 6 and thats exactly like Wind Kor which is great card. But as the problem is with other Fang Pi Clang cards u have to just keep pilling. But its good. If u are a Fang Pi Clang fan. I really dnt knw why people are poring onto stupid cards like Endo and Ralph when u have cards like Sakakuzi, Sayura and Wind Kor.
Thanx for rating green everybody Now im gnna make sure to find out cheap and good cards for u. smiley

Sunday 18/03/2012, 23:51

Good: ☑
Bad: ☐

Saturday 14/08/2010, 17:31

Ok sakazuki . .a hot blooded chef that can slaughter enemies with a chopstick( I say thats pretty neat)
a 2 star with an ability of +2 damage and a bonus of +2 damage. .a power of 6.
Unopposed its a 6-6 star card. .good for saving up slots. .people would probably prefer unagi , chan and marlysa cr .
Ofcourse its understandable, but having sakazuki in a half deck makes a difference. .
Dont believe me? . .see him do magic with this deck smiley


For my rating he would be a7.6/10 FOr beginners, rookies and even pro UR gamers smiley

Monday 06/05/2013, 01:52

"The chef for Fang Pi Clang should have been Fruit Ninja" Sakazuki came out before Fruit Ninja did (Fruit Ninja came out in 2010, Sakazuki in 2007)

Thursday 04/12/2008, 19:25

i think that he is a great ELO card if you are collecting fang pi clang with his bonus, ability and fury he is a 6/8 card

level 1: 4/1 (bonus damage +2)

level 2: 6/2 (ability damage +2) (bonus damage +2)

Thursday 01/12/2011, 09:16

Lame against Dieter or Spycee.smiley

Wednesday 01/02/2012, 07:11

Holy racist art Batman!

Monday 05/03/2012, 00:27

smileysmiley first pack

Saturday 28/07/2012, 03:28

smileyi want

Saturday 30/03/2013, 15:21

Friday 13/02/2015, 13:10

well since not much review for him, so here it is Sakazuki, sushi chef

+ 6 power is still decent, especially in 2*
+ oh wait 2*? so more room for your T1 and elo deck
+ damage is his best feature. combine that ability and bonus, you get awesome 6 damage. 6/6 for 2*? not just that's excellent but capable of many 2HKO capability
+ SOA or SOB still leave him 4 damage, which is decent as well
+ umm...who doesn't love sushi anyway? yummy....smiley

- while 6 power is decent, we know such power is fragile enough for attack and power manipulation
- all stop kills it, yeah just like most cards, leaving only 2 damage
- competition mostly is. he's still good but with newer cards nowadays, maybe he can still be used but let time tell

7/10. perhaps this isn't the best rating, but I still see Sakazuki as useful card. FPC always has tradition of high damaging, even against DR and this guy epitomizes it. 6/6, again I say, is excellent for just 2* and high capability to KO and initiate it. surely no one wanna take such damage from any low level. as such he can be great bluffer or even call bluff. what makes him down mainly is competititon but if you wanna have any offensive style and using FPC, why not use him?

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