To close the week, we look at (as of now) Angel Feather's sole vanilla
critical trigger, Rocket Dash Unicorn.
...well, what else can I say? Alongside Critical Hit Angel, you can use
up to 8 total critical triggers in an Angel Feather
deck, which is more or less the competitive standard.
Rocket Dash Unicorn will typically be a better bet than
dedicating space to Stand Triggers, more so since the
deck is lacking in strong, standalone rear-guards and
on-hit effects,but it can also take the place of Draw Triggers
for maximum aggression. It looks nice, too, and multiple
players including myself have dubbed it affectionately
as "Robot Unicorn Attack".
As a trigger unit, Rocket Dash Unicorn clocks in as an almost essential
deck building block. Without a skill, however, it's
nothing extraordinary. 3/5
David NavyCherub Lynn
Rocket Dash Unicorn
Like yesterday's card, this is yet another pretty
unicorn, except instead of rainbows and being useless,
this one has rocket launchers of some sort and is a
critical trigger, which is actually useful. But, it's
just a critical trigger, so there's not really anything
else to say about him. In English, we don't have Rampage
Cart Angel yet, so you don't have much choice here,
making Rainbow Dash Unicorn a staple. As soon as set 9
comes out, though, you'll have a choice between the
critical unicorn and Flamboyant Stripper Kamina, though,
unless you want to be cool and run both I guess.
Rocket Dash Unicorn
Not much to say here. Rocket Dash Unicorn is a 100%
standard critical trigger.
Critical triggers are a staple in vanguard as they allow
pushing for extra damage while being powerful 10k
shields. Its is common to have 2 or 3 sets of citicals
in order to get extra damage in out of nowhere.
And its no unheard of getting 2 critical triggers in a
Art wise it gets bonus points for not being a typical
unicorn. An orange mane with a black coat alost makes
him look like a dark unicorn, along with purple armour.
What destroys this beautiful artwork is the rocket
strapped to its back...
4/5 for being a critical trigger
3/5 for artwork
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