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King of Knights' Vanguard, Ezzell-
Jan. 21, 2015
[ACT](VC): Legion21000 "King of Knights, Alfred" (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)
[ACT](VC):[Soul Blast (2) & Choose a card from your hand with the same name as a unit on your (VC), and discard it] If this unit is Legion, search your deck for up to one grade 2, grade 1 and grade 0 card, call them to separate (RC), and shuffle your deck.
[CONT](VC):If this unit is Legion, your units cannot boost this unit.
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible 3 - Average. 5 - Awesome
Speaking of a VERY old card getting a new trick, here's
king of Knights' Vanguard, Ezzell. He Legions with the
King of Knights, Alfred, and for all that effort, you
seal Ezzell's ability to be boosted, but at the same
time, you can soulblast 2 and discard a copy of himself
or Alfred from the hand to call from the deck a Grade 0,
1 and 2 to separate circles.
...I can't really get into this. Like before Alfred gets
all of its skills on VG circle, so unboosted (and it
will be), it's 31k power total. But a beatstick is
pretty much the only thing it can reasonably do. Its
main skill is reminiscent of Luquier in that it calls a
massive hail. In theory. Except it usually never happens
unless your opponent is a retire-based deck or you
called jack-all that game because the hand just sucked.
It's also an ACT skill that requires 1 of 6 potential
targets still left in the hand and deck, so it's
chance-based as well.
Alfred Exiv with a decent booster is Ezzell, in a
nutshell. It's got collector's value but I wouldn't
really use it in a deck while Seekers outclass it.
King of Knights' Vanguard, Ezzell
...I'm going to go by the original Japanese translation
for this guy.
Vanguard of the King of Knights, Ezzell/Ezer
Though, considering that L and R are the same letter in
Japan, it does make sense to translate Ezer and Ezzell.
That silly Japanese language.
Anyway, Ezzell is another Throwback Legion and one of
the Throwback Legions I was most worried about.
The other one would have been if they made the original
Dragonic Overlord a Legion Mate, but then Bushiroad went
a step further and out-did my worst fears. We'll
get to those at another time.
Ezzell here Legions with the original King of Knights,
Alfred, and thankfully Bushiroad recognized that it
would be a problem if Ezzell could be boosted while in
Legion, so they made it so that Ezzell had Alfred's "no
boosting this unit on V" ability when it's in Legion.
Otherwise Rune Eagle would make this a 41,000 (or more)
Legion attack every turn. And no one wants to see
The Throwback skill is to Soul Blast 2 and Persona Blast
either Ezzell or Alfred to superior Call a Grade 2, a
Grade 1 and a Grade 0, well, up to one of each, from the
deck to the field. And, yes, you can do it more
than once a turn if you want to. Loaded field with
minimal fuss? Yes, please.
If we had Kuraudia, this deck could be even better.
Kuraudia, for those who don't know, is a forerunner with
Margal/Silent Sage, Sharon's ability to put itself into
the Soul and give a Royal Paladin +3000 for the turn.
It came in the Burst trial deck in Japan. (Which is
also where Blaster Blade Burst came from, grr!)
As someone once said to me when I was using this against
him online "the King has returned to his former glory".
I will admit that Seeker Alfred, thanks to Rune Eagle,
can hit for higher power, plus get the extra critical.
So, this isn't as good as Seeker Alfred, but, hey, if
you wanted to dust off your old, um, current, um...
Damn you Time Travel! If you wanted to dust off
the original... DANG IT! Stupid Ezzell, why
do you have to be Alfred's father and have a card called
King of Knights, Ezzell?
Anyway, if you have any BT-01 Alfreds laying around in
your binder and you get this card, why not dust off that
deck and give it new life?
Still, it's not bad, and it could lead to some very
interesting and entertaining Royal Paladin decks in the
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