So we're starting the next half of our top 5 and I guess
starting us off is actually something I need to revise
my stance on! So DOTX.
I liked it at first, but honestly, I'm not sure if the
card itself aged that well. What I quickly discovered
was that if one dedicates the strategy to almost
entirely him, it lacks the punch necessary to blow up
every problem on the board. As long as the opponent can
draw into spare combo pieces decently quickly, a
specialist deck can hand it its ass. In fact, in my own
build I actually try not to ride it if I can help it
unless I can pull of the same strategy with it (like I
don't need Blademaster to start a Zahm nuke when I have
Burnout or Twilight Arrow for example). He wound up
being a fail-con, believe it or not.
All things considered though, being able to have a
source of pressure and a way to gain advantage when you
cannot Stride is not unwelcome. I just don't think that
many people actually use this card correctly to be
Right, we now return to our regularly scheduled lazy-man
Dragonic Overlord the "X"
Okay, now we're in the really good cards of the year.
Overlord support, using this and The Great or the
Break-Stride for Kagero allows for some really
interesting things, mostly slaughtering your opponent.
The long and short of The "X" or Cross is that if it
hits, it restands, if it doesn't hit, it nukes the
opponent's field. Being able to search for either
the End or the "X" when it legions, add in Calamity
Tower Wyvern, and you have near infinite Legions going
off every turn.
Needless to say, this is just that damn good.
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