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True Revenger, Dragruler Revenant -
June 29, 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]:[Choose one of your rear-guards with "Revenger" in its card name, and retire it] If you have a heart card with "Revenger" in its card name, search your deck for up to one grade 1 or less card with "Revenger" in its card name, call it to (RC), shuffle your deck, and that unit and this unit get [Power]+3000 until end of turn.
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible 3 - Average. 5 - Awesome
I am assuming that the reason for only 4 cards this week
is because of this coming 4th of July which is
apparently so important to you Americans. Back in
England, we just sort of wiped the date of our country's
founding out our heads. I think it's because it was
made for incredibly dickish reasons we're not proud of.
Or because my country gives no shits about patriotism
when another day could be spent digging ourselves out of
But enough of this. Let us move on to the first of 4
Shadow Paladin G-Units, Dragruler Revenant. Once a turn,
he sacrifices a Revenger to superior call a Grade 1 or
below Revenger from the deck, and give it 3k until the
end of the turn. But you need a Revenger as the heart to
do any of this.
So what we have is a way to convert a Superior Call from
Dark Bond Trumpeter into an actual booster,
simultaneously setting up Dorint and Blaster Dark, if
you're still running that. That's sort of neat because
alone, I'm not entirely sold on this 1:1 basis. But it
does have the potential to make columns 21k+ and at
least it's sort of free.
Not a 4 of in Revengers but not a horrible first Stride
either. But you need to hope your field sucks enough for
Dark Bond and its target to sit comfortably otherwise
it's a bit of a bust.
True Revenger, Dragruler Revenant
It's the 4th of July holiday here in America this
upcoming weekend, so, for all you Americans, celebrate
this weekend by blowing up a small part of the country
with fire works. You know, so long as certain
whiny crybabies on Tumblr don't whine about it.
For the British, happy "we kicked your butt, aren't you
glad that we're gone?" day.
Anyway, to kick things off, we're having a Shadow
Paladin Stride week. What better way to do it than
continue in Fighter's Collection with Mordred Phantom's
alternate future self?
Apparently Gust Blaster Dragon was causing too many
problems and Mordred left the Revengers to go deal with
him, leaving Blaster Dark in charge as the new
Grandmaster. However, a faction of Shadow Paladins
were not happy with the ideals of the Revengers and
split off, preferring the old ways of the Shadow
Paladins. We'll meet those Shadow Paladins in
G-BT-03, but for now, we'll stay with Dragruler Revenant
Obviously this is meant to be used in Revenger Shadow
Paladins and nowhere else. Seeing as Revengers
basically have to sit on the Break Ride, whether it's
for Dragruler Phantom, Abyssial Revengers or Raging Form
Dragon, it's nice to have something to do other than
just wait for the Break Ride to go off.
What's nice is that this doesn't need to Counter Blast
for the skill. Sure, you have to kill a rear
guard, but that's what Shadow Paladins do, at least it
can call a Grade 1 or lower Revenger into play and give
it a nice +3000 power boost to replace it. So,
Masquerade, Dorint and/or Dark Bond Trumpeter can be
quickly called to the field for some naughty fun.
What's even better for True Revenger here is that no
need for Persona Flips, so you can use this up to four
times in one match if you wanted to.
Over-all, it's really good, a nice, solid unit for
Revengers to play with, plus it can set up the field for
optimum pain for later when you Break Ride into Legion
or just Dragruler/Raging Form.
Long and short is, great in Revengers, useless in any
other form of Shadow Paladin deck, like almost all
Rating: 4/5 (Revengers only)
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