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Star-Vader, World Line Dragon
Oct. 20, 2014
[AUTO](VC/Soul):[Choose a card with "Я" in its name from your hand, and discard it] At the beginning of your ride phase, if you have a «Link Joker» vanguard, and if your vanguard is not grade 3 or greater, you may pay the cost. If you do, look at five cards from the top of your deck, search for up to one «Link Joker» from among them, reveal it to your opponent, put it into your hand, and shuffle your deck.
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So apparently this week we're supposed to be reviewing
cards that directly support what is probably the most
complicated card in the game, Omega Glendios. And
starting us off is Star-Vader, World Line Dragon. As
long as you're not Grade 3, and he's in your soul or
he's your Vanguard, you can toss a Reverse unit to look
at the top 5 cards, add a Link Joker among them to your
hand, and shuffle the rest back into the deck.
Sadly, this starter lacks Forerunner, so you're pretty
much -1 down compared to the opponent at the very
beginning. At the same time though, he's pretty much
forced because Link Joker don't have a reliable Ride
Chain to bypass the amount of Grade 3s needed to use
Glendios. It's not exactly a happy start, but it must be
World-Line fills just one niche, and the end result is
still questionable at the end even so. Still, he's the
go-to card if you MUST use Glendios.
Star-Vader, Worldline Dragon
It's Glendios support week, everyone. Six cards to
review this week instead of five. Whee!
Also, while I will make mention of the Ultimate Break of
Glendios, I do recognize that it's too gimmicky and
unwieldy to be used consistently. But, if you can get it
off, it's pretty nice. For you, not your opponent.
Anyway, we start off with Worldline Dragon here.
So long as you don't have a grade 3 Link Joker as your
Vanguard, at the start of your ride phase, but before
you ride, you can discard any reverse (or Rebirth) unit
from your hand to look at the top five cards for a Link
Joker and add it to your hand. Since Glendios
decks run a bare minimum of twelve or more grade 3s,
this adds a LOT of consistency that the deck would
otherwise have issues with. Sure, you'll still get
grade locked once in awhile, but it's very rarely with
the deck that you'll get stuck, unless you have horrible
If you're running Glendios or Halcion (next month!), you
need this card.
In addition, Reverse Cradle works both as fodder for the
skill and as a target for fetching, so it's nice to see
that pop up if you need one.