[ACT](VC): Legion20000 "Oath Liberator, Aglovale" (If your opponent's vanguard is grade 3 or greater, this unit may return four cards from your drop zone into your deck once, search your deck for the specified card, and Legion)
[AUTO](VC):When your unit with the same card name as a unit in your (VC) is placed on (RC) from your deck, if this unit is Legion, this unit gets [Power]+3000/[Critical]+1 until end of turn.
[ACT](VC):[Counter Blast (1) & Choose one of your rear-guards, and retire it] Look at four cards from the top of your deck, search for up to one card with "Liberator" in its card name from among them, call it to (RC), and put the rest on the bottom of your deck in any order. This ability cannot be used for the rest of that turn.
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible 3 - Average. 5 - Awesome
So before we get to review the upcoming stuff for the
Sneak Peek next week (RHYMING!) let's wash our hands of
the stuff from BT16 left over that people would care
about. And starting us off is the Bluish Flames
Liberator, Prominence Core. He Legions with Oath
Liberator, Aglovale, and for your troubles, when you
call a unit from the deck with the same name as one of
your Vanguards, he gains 3k and a Critical. And for his
normal skill, sacrifice a rear-guard and Counterblast 1
to call a unit from the top 4 cards of your deck.
...I'm sorry, but I don't really see why this would be
considered a staple in his own build. I'm proceeding
under the assumption the main ace is Prominence GLARE
aka the good one, but running this as a backup?
First of all, if this guy is going to be your fail
condition should you not hit Glare, you'd have to build
the deck around his ludicrously low odds of getting
another Core or Aglovale called from the deck. 6 targets
among quite a large deck because 2 are spoken for in
Legion. You'd have to chain into Ketchgal into Zorron
into whatever several times over in order to gain just
3k and a Critical. And without outside help odds are it
won't even be on a +1 basis either, since all the pieces
I mentioned sacrifice themselves and Core is a +0 wash.
Also, don't give me the "you don't have to use it" crap.
If I wanted a backup Vanguard that did nothing, I'd use
Percival. At least he actually generates a +1 on Legion
so the minus I incur from riding Glare on top is
Don't cater to Prominence Core at the expense of better
support like Balan and Blaster Blade Liberator. You have
better/easier cards to use.
Bluish Flame Liberator, Prominence Core
So, we have the newest Bluish Flame Liberator, and
Aglovale's second Legion partner, Pro Core.
The lore states that after Thing Saver Dragon was
defeated, Percival absorbed what remained of Thing
Saver's power and became Prominence Core. So...
Take that STD, I never liked you anyway!
Interestingly enough, in Japan, this card was in set 17,
Anyway, Pro-Core here is a type-2 Legion that states
whenever Aglovale or Pro Core is called from the deck to
R, this unit gains +3000 and +1 critical.
The non-legion skill allows you to basically pull a
Tachikaze-Neo Nectar hybrid and retire one rear guard to
look at the top four to superior call a Liberator.
So, if you do call out Aglovale with this thing, you get
an extra power boost and a critical...
But, I have to say it, Vanguards that gain crits suck.
You're chewing up a counter-blast to MAYBE get the
effect off. Maybe I'm not seeing it, but with
Liberators, I'd rather use the counter blasts for
Monarch Alfred if you're up against Link Jokers, or
Blaster Blade Liberator to retire a front-line unit, at
least BBL has an unflipper when he's placed on R.
Or just use the counter blast for Aglovale.
At least you don't need to use counter blasts for the
Legion skill, that's nice, but the only reason Pro Core
is even used is because of tomorrow's card.
I'd rather run Percival than Pro Core, myself. Not
to be harsh to anyone who likes this card, but, it's not
really that great. If not for tomorrow's card and
the fact that Liberators have a rather... Small
selection of Legions to choose from, I wouldn't run this
Legion Rating: 2.5/5
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