The unilateral replacement for Mystery Flare Dragon is
the 4th card of the week. Chronos Command Dragon has a
simpler to execute and much more fun ability. First, you
Stride him, tossing a Grade 3 most of the time, and
what's the reward as well as 26k base (mostly) and
Triple Drive? When he hits, you Counterblast 2 and
Soulblast 1 and toss a card in the hand to send EVERY
rear-guard the opponent has to the bottom of the deck.
This is a lot better. Needing less damage to execute it
can mount pressure faster than Mystery Flare and is a
lot easier to pull off.
And now for some bad news. This is not a subtle card and
it will more often than not just be met with a Perfect
Guard to the face because LOL NO the opponent will never
let you Counterblast 2 for a board wipe worth up to 5
cards. What's more, in order for Chronos Command to be
cost effective it would have to wipe out 3 rear-guards
at least with its skill. -1 from the hand and +3 in
advantage means a Counterblast-to-card of 1:1. I
wouldn't really call it that great even then since Steam
Fighter Amber + Chronojet Dragon can net pretty much the
same advantage ratio on one turn.
If the opponent is foolish enough to call a large field
and their hand dwindles however, this is the perfect way
to punish them. Just don't expect to play any mind games
Interdimensional Dragon, Chronoscommand Dragon
Oh, hey Vector Prime, when did you join Vanguard?
According to the Lore, CCD here was the first to open a
time gate to connect the past to the present.
Anyway, what we have here is a G-unit that, if you hit
your opponent's vanguard, allows you to CB2 and SB1 and
discard a card from your hand to send all of your
opponent's rear guards to the bottom of their deck.
...Yeeouch! Basically it's Nouvelle Vague or
Blaster Joker, but as a Gear Chronicle. Utterly
crippling your opponent's field for a pittance cost.
Seriously, Bushi, what are you smoking when you come up
with some of these cards.
Still not as bad as tomorrow's card.
Oh, and just so everyone knows, if you didn't figure it
out, this is a staple for Gear Chronicle for awhile now.
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