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99th Generation Dimensional Robo Commander, Great Daiearth -
April 17, 2015
Stride (Released when both players' vanguards are grade 3 or greater!)-Stride Step-[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard them] Stride this card on your (VC) from face down.
[ACT](VC)[1/Turn]:[Counter Blast (2) & Choose a face down card named "99th-gen Dimensional Robo Commander, Great Daiearth" from your G Zone, and turn it face up] If you have a heart card with "Dimensional Robo" in its card name, search your deck for up to one grade 3 and grade 2 cards with "Dimensional Robo" in its card name, call them to (RC), and shuffle your deck. Then, if the number of face up cards in your G zone with "Dimensional Robo" in its card name is two or more, this unit gets [Critical]+1 until end of turn.
99th-Generation Dimensional Robo Commander, Great
And with that I'm not typing out his full name for the
rest of the review. This Stride option is exclusively
for Dimensional Robos (it requires at least 1 in the
heart), and for an ACT cost of CB2 and flipping another
copy of itself in the G-Zone face-up, once per turn, you
superior call from the deck a G2 and G3 Dimensional Robo
to RG circle, and then gains 1 Critical, as long as you
have 2 or more Dimensional Robo G-Units face-up in the
I suppose field filling is not unwelcome and is
efficient enough, but I'm not really a big fan of what
it can do. The Critical requires I wait until it matters
the least, and as for fetching attackers, the deck won't
particularly be suffering from those (in fact, something
based on any of the Daikaiser cards will have to run
more based on their skills) as opposed to boosters,
which the deck could do with.
So far, I found its best use was to quickly fetch the
new Daijet for the new shenanigans with True Daikaiser,
just so you don't have to randomly dig. Its main flaw is
the G3 that you can't lose for something else without
minusing and undermining the CB2 cost, which is
Basically, Daiearth exists to fix a field to set
Commander Laurel up or fetch Daijet, because I think we
can do a bit better.
99th Generation Dimensional Robo Commander, Great
I FINALLY get to give the award to Great Daiearth for
having the longest name in the game! About time,
I've been wanting to since Overlord the Great and True
According to the Lore, Great Daiearth transcends
dimensions and has always been able to put crime down no
matter where he goes.
Well, GEE, ya think?! You're on par with Primus or
Unicron for crying out loud! You're so massive
that you use planets as foot steps!
Also, Great Daiearth eventually had to fight against a
roaming planet, which seems to be Brant, the planet of
the Deletors. And considering that it took Seeker
Alfred coming from the past to defeat the Deletors, you
can pretty much guess what happened to Daiearth in that
Anyway, Great Daiearth is the first, but certainly not
the last, G-unit that needs a specific name in the Heart
to activate his skills. Fighter's Collection is
full of these units that need specific hearts to work,
so, get ready for that, everyone, seeing as Fighter's
Collection 15 is only 2 months away.
*Ahem* Sorry, went off on a tangent there.
CB2 and Persona Flip when on V to superior call a Grade
2 and a Grade 3 D-Robo from the deck to the field.
That... That's really good. Ride Daikaiser,
stride and get Daijet and Shadowkaiser for Great
Daikaiser next turn. Then, if you have two face up
Dimensional Robo G-units in your G-zone, Daiearth gets
Seeing as right now Daiearth is the ONLY Dimensional
Robo G-unit right now, that last effect is next to
useless for most cases. Though, it does set up
Commander Laurel even easier than other G-units do.
...And I'm not imagining Koutei vs Ren and Koutei
strides Daiearth and all we can see is the bottom of
Daiearth's shoe and Ren looking up and going "I can't
even see him!"
Staple for D-Robos, useless in non D-Robo D-Police
decks, my rating reflects that.
See you next week, folks!
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