Summary: Changing the distributor from WoC to UpperDeck appeared to have done nothing. Well, I guess I was wrong. It seems like UpperDeck is placing a bit more attention to the EOJ than WoC. Upper Deck Japan’s official site now has what’s called “Analog Rulebook.”
It’s in Japanese so most likely many people visiting this site won’t be able to read it; however, it really doesn’t matter because most of you already know the game itself.
What I like about the Analog Rulebook is that toward the end of the PDF file, they have included Markers to keep track of health, attack power, abilities etc. and EOJ play board.
Just like most of you, I have nobody around me who plays EOJ so there is no reason for me to print this Analog Rulebook; however, what’s really impressive here is that Upper Deck has decided to put time and effort to make this. Along with the recent announcement of redistributing Set.1 boosters in Japan, this certainly makes me think at least UpperDeck Japan is not willing to give up on EOJ yet.