What's up, you guys?! So were near that end phase of
our Dimensional Robo week, and today, we're looking at a
Dimensional Robo, Daibrave
Clan: Dimension Police
[ACT](Soul):[Put this card into your drop zone] Choose
up to one of your źDimension Police╗ vanguards, and
until end of turn, that unit gets"[AUTO](VC):[Counter
Blast (1)] When this unit's attack hits a vanguard, you
may pay the cost. If you do, draw a card.".
...I honestly really want to like this card, but
seeing myself really can't. Daibrave has good stats and
all, Grade 1 with 7,000 Power, and but the effect ends
up making me think that when you use it that you just
gave your vanguard a giant warning beacon saying, "Don't
let me hit unless you want me to draw cards!", and I
think that's exactly what Daibrave does; it makes your
vanguard a giant warning sign. Now, in normal
situations, that's not bad as that extra effect would
cause a sponge effect as to where most people would be
trying to guard this as much as possible and leaving
less shield for the other attacks, but Dimension Police
already do that naturally with their given effects, so
adding more to it just seems like overkill. That and if
they really wanted to make a threat, they should've let
Daibrave just select a Dimension Police unit in general
and not just the vanguard to make the opponent decide
what's more worthwhile to guard: a unit with an extra
critical or a unit that can draw cards...yes it's a
Overall, I'd personally use 1-2 Daibraves as a small
tech, but I wouldn't recommend trying to abuse it.
Art: 3/5 (Looks a bit villainous to be a Robo hero to
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Dimensional Robo, Daibrave
Fourth in GUNDAM WEEK is a
card that actually started as a promo, Daibrave. When
he's in the soul, you can lose him from the soul to let
the opponent draw 1 card by Counterblasting 1 when its
attack hits the Vanguard.
Okay, so let's be critical.
He's pretty chance reliant as far as getting him in the
soul goes, but at least his cost is efficient enough;
CB1 for a +1. I mean you could use Goyusha and dump him
there, but come on man, that's not worth the initial -4
But really, I just don't
see him as being able to fit in. Come May, he'll have
nowhere to go; you can't ditch the newer Perfect Guard
or Karenroid Daisy because columns, Daitiger because
he's there to cover Daisy, and whatever filler goes in
the deck will more often than not be Dailander, because
then that gives Daiyusha SOMETHING to do.
All in all, he wouldn't
have sucked so badly if D-Robos got another, easily
fulfill-able 11k beater who was also a Robo. But we
don't. Sucks to be Daibrave.
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