[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.
[AUTO]:When this unit is placed on (VC), if you have a heart card with "Chronojet" in its card name, your opponent puts all of his or her rear-guards on the bottom of his or her deck in any order. For each card put into the deck with this effect, your opponent calls the top card of his or her deck to an open (RC).
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible 3 - Average. 5 - Awesome
Funny how this wound up more sought after than Epoch
Maker, despite the lower rarity. When this unit enters
play and you have Chronojet Dragon as the heart, every
rear-guard the opponent controls is put to the bottom of
the deck. And according to Bushiroad rulings, the
opponent reveals that many cards from the top of their
deck ONE AT A TIME, and calls them to separate
rear-guard circles one at a time. So no looking at all
of them at once and arranging them for the perfect
Well, since this technically washes the opponent in
advantage, this doesn't sound useful at first glance.
But that's not why people want him. It's because Summit
Crest Gear Wolf exists and a full board warp makes 15k
added to that column. And of course, if the opponent
still has a rear-guard worth caring about, Chronojet
Dragon can get rid of it; Pegasus and Chronojet happen
at the same time, so you decide the order.
Functioning both as a problem remover and a potential
column ruin-er, Upheaval Pegasus is still a mainstay in
Gear Chronicle. Don't overly rely and/or centre it
around Pegasus though; your rear-guard dependent
strategy will shut down against the RG haters.
Interdimensional Beast, Upheaval Pegasus
At first I thought this was an Angel Feather card, then
I saw Interdimensional and realized, oh, it's Gear
...Honestly, we haven't reviewed a Gear Chronicle card
in awhile, so, what does this one do?
When placed on top of Chronojet Dragon, spin all your
opponents rear guards to the bottom of the deck and then
replace them with cards off the top of the deck.
...Not bad, I guess, but not great either, especially
since it only has one Vanguard to work with right now.
Biggest downside is that Gears have a lot of Strides,
there's no room for this one.
and I can't really justify it, seeing as there are, flat
out, better Strides for Gear Chronicle than this one.
...I suppose if you only have the trial deck and nothing
else, it's a decent one.
See you next week, folks.
Interdimensional Beast, Upheaval
Hi viewers, sorry I missed
yesterday, I was busy.
So today's card is the only
non-dragon GC Stride as of now, (Maximillion) Pegasus!
When it's placed on VC, If you have a Chronojet heart
(as you should, he's like the only viable build the clan
has) put all your opponent's RGs on the bottom of the
deck, and they call a card from the top of their deck
for each one put on the bottom of the deck this way.
Note: They have to call each card
separately, which could possibly screw them if they have
to call too many G2s or 3s.
This card is quite solid. It can
mess up a clan which needs a specific field, like AqF,
efficiently. There's also plenty of on-bottomdeck
powergainers and effect activators in GC, such as
Mistgeyser and Ishin. So this is a fun card, even though
you should never need more than 2, max.
Not much else to say. Good card,
but situational by what's on your field and what's on
Card Design: 4/5 Not powerful by
itself, but it uses its uses and support to give it
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