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Blaster Blade Seeker
Dec. 9, 2014
[AUTO]:[Counter Blast (1)] When this unit is placed on (RC), if you have a vanguard with "Seeker" in its card name, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose one of your opponent's grade 2 or greater rear-guards, and retire it.
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on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
And following up the last card is this guy. Blaster
Blade Seeker. (Did you know he has THREE separate mating
partners? Guy REALLY gets around, huh?) When called, he
gets to CB1 to retire a Grade 2 or above the opponent
A good quality +1 by himself, but the real reason for
running him is because all the good aces need him to
Legion. The retiring's just a neat bonus. One I'll
gladly take, by the way, I'll be wanting anything where
my costs go into meaningful plays.
A given for any Seeker deck. Play him.
Blaster Blade Seeker
It's the Seeker bicycle! Everybody gets a Legion!
Except you, Gancelot, and you Gallatin. You two
All jokes aside, BBS here has three different Legions
that he's a mate of, two of them are coming in the next
set. So, obvious staple for Seekers just for that.
And, since the name is Blaster Blade, it's got to have
something to do with retiring a rear guard as an effect,
Yep, when placed on R, you CB1 to retire a Grade 2 or
higher rear guard your opponent controls.
This is probably the best version of Blaster Blade,
though it still has competition from the one from the
first set, seeing as that can nuke anything if it's a
Vanguard. Which will be important later.
Blaster Blade Liberator does give it competition, seeing
as it has an unflipper that will unflip the damage used
to retire a front-line rear guard.
But, hey, a single counterblast to kill off an attacker?
That's a win in my book. This is a staple for
Seekers for sure.
So I do not feel there is much to say about good old
Blaster Blade. He gets a new form as a Seeker and gets
a cheaper cost. Truly though he is a staple in any
Seeker deck because they basically use him as every mate
for their legions.
The one thing that I find so bloody wicked about this
card is that he literally is going to get 5 reprints and
in almost every rarity. This card is going to be a
intricate part of the Seeker decks so going forward he
will be a staple.
Value on this bad boy will not be very expensive since
he is a trial deck card but I see him going for about
$3-$5. Short and sweet today that is all I have until
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