Laura here is the last card of the week. Not only does
she have Resist, preventing her from being targeted by
opposing card effects, she give a King of Knights Alfred
in the same column as her an extra 1000 power. During
both player's turns.
The function is obvious.
She's here to make the original Alfred 11k to make
defending easier and to make Alfred 21k on the turn he
attacks. Laura herself is supposed to sit behind the
Vanguard since King of Knights can't be boosted on VG
Apart from that? Doesn't
really do a whole lot else except keep a RG circle nice
and warm for you. Not a lot of cards can search this
aside from Elron so you'll need to draw one if Elron
Can't recommend the Alfred
deck and so by proxy can't recommend this girl either.
Swordsman of Light, Blaster Rapier Laura
And this is the card I've looked forward to for awhile
now, not going to lie. So, a word of warning, the
following review may be biased, but I shall try to be as
honest as I can be as to why.
When I first saw the name and the fact that this was a
Grade 1, I was like "I don't care about the power, skill
or anything else, that's a Grade 1 Blaster Unit"
As someone at my locals is fond of saying about this
"Vanguard, where the name matters more than the actual
skill of the card itself."
Don't get me wrong, the fact that this is 7000 power and
has the resist skill is nice. But the one thing
that MLB decks have longed for is a Grade 1 Blaster
unit. Why? It makes the 10K beater go off
right away, plus it forces your opponent to guard every
Wingal Brave boosted attack, since you won't want them
being able to search out the key cards.
Oh, and it gives the King of Knights, Alfred a perma
+1000 power buff if it's in the same line as Laura.
Okay, who cares about that?
This just... Makes MLB that much more consistent,
that's all anyone really should care about.
Plus it can't be retired, locked, deleted, stunned, etc.
unless hit with a mass effect, which is always nice.
Ratings are for MLB deck only.
See you Monday, folks.
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