[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]:[Choose two of your rear-guards, and put them into your soul] If you have a heart card with "Luquier" in its card name, Soul Charge (2), choose two cards with "Silver Thorn" in its card name from your soul, and call them to separate (RC).
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible 3 - Average. 5 - Awesome
Newest toy for Pale Moon and the only way to run a
reasonably pure G-Zone for them.Mystique Luquier, once
per turn, absorbs two rear-guards into the soul,
soulcharge 2, and then brings two Silver Thorns out from
the soul to rear-guard. But you need a Luquier as the
heart to do this.
So...it's a way to power up an Upright Lion for another
6k? Apart from field consistency that's the only reason
I can think of for this, given the original or Venus
Luquier should have filled in whatever holes there were
in your field anyway. Thing is, having to go through
these hoops in the hopes of Upright Lion seems a bit
much, considering I can name things that can do the same
thing with better support. Sure, this can go off sooner,
but I don't particularly want to use anything where the
RGs serve no purpose other than set up the vanguard.The
end result would have to end an opponent on the spot or
come very close, and this...really doesn't.
Useful for when Upright Lions are available, basically
boring everywhere else.
Silver Thorn Dragon Master, Mystique Luquier
So, we have Luquier from the future, who managed to
completely over-come what happened to her and live
untold Aeons after the Link Joker invasion. Seems
that Elves can turn their mana power into increased
So, once per turn, you can move two of your Silver Thorn
rear guards to soul, Soul Charge two and then superior
call two Silver Thorns from your soul to Rear if you
have a heart with Luquier in its name.
Not bad, nice and simple, allows for some nice tricks,
such as powering up Upright Lion to stupidly high
numbers and using Zelma to set up your field. Yes,
I know, you should have your optimum field set up by the
time you play this. However, while in theory and
on paper you should, rarely does it happen in actual
games. Sometimes you have nothing in your hand you
can call out to make a good field, such as having all
the grade 3s in your deck, despite running only eight.
I do think that it's a staple for Silver Thorns though.
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