The Shot



The Shot
Sign Sun
Hiegherarchy The Firey
Magic Type Western Magic
Episode 28
Episode 69

The Shot (Kanji: 撃, Katakana: シュート, Romanji: Shūto) is one of the most dangerous cards. Unless sealed, it can be activated simply by saying "shoot" or "aim" (even if the person calling it has no magical powers).

Shot can be neutralized by Shield, but only for a short time as Shot has more endurance than Shield. The main reason why the Shot cannot be captured or sealed easily is because it is extremely fast with high accuracy.

The Shot is under Firey.


Once activated, Shot transforms into a body of light that fires out beams of energy, like lasers, that become increasingly more accurate with each attack. When attacking, Shot appears as a fast moving bolt of energy.

Its visible form is a young, elfish spirit with red and yellow hair and large, pink eyes.


Shot's personality appears to be violent and relentless, especially when trying to finish off it's target.

Magic and Abilities

Shot Magic: Shot can be activated simply by saying "shoot" or "aim" (even if the person calling it has no magical powers), at which point it will target the person the command refers; attacking him or her relentlessly until either the target is destroyed or the card is forced to return to its card form.

Fortune Telling: All Clow Cards have the ability to help their user predict the future. Their method of fortune-telling is similar to that of tarot cards. The interpretation of the message the Clow Cards relay depends on the magical power of the user.



In Episode 28 of the anime, Shot is discovered by Meiling, hiding in its card form amongst a store display of charms, and is accidentally activated when she says she will use it to have an aim at Syaoran's heart. Shot attacks Syaoran and is defeated by Sakura's use of Mirror to reflect the Shot's laser straight back at itself. [1]


Shot is transformed in Episode 69 when Sakura transforms the last remaining Clow Cards.



  • Shot's gender is unknown, though it appears to be a male.
  • The kanji at the top of the card: 撃, (Pronounced 'Geki') means 'attack', 'beat', 'defeat', or 'conquer' in Japanese.


  1. CardCaptor Sakura Anime: Episode 28