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Sage-saint Professor, Bigbelly
Aug. 25, 2016
[Stride]-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] Generation Break 2:[Counter Blast (1) & Choose a face down card named "Sage-saint Professor, Bigbelly" from your G zone, and turn it face up] Choose one of your rear-guards, and it gets [Power]+4000 for each face up card in your G zone until end of turn. Choose one of your units, and until end of turn, it gets "[AUTO](VC/RC):When this unit's attack hits a vanguard, choose up to the same number of your other rear-guards as the number of face up cards in your G zone, and [Stand] them.".
I overlooked the 'other' clause on this card and
suddenly I got a lot less hype. New Bigbelly is GB2
restricted, is once per turn, costs counterblast 1 and a
G Persona Blast, and then one of your rear-guards gains
4k for every face-up G Unit in your G Zone until end of
turn. The chosen unit also gets a skill until end of
turn: if its attack hits the vanguard, for every face-up
G Unit in your G Zone, one of your other rear-guards
No infinite attack problems makes me sad. But whatever.
At minimum he's giving a column 8k, more if you tossed
out some G Guardians before then I guess. So you're
looking at an attack that must be G Guardian'ed or
Perfect Guarded lest you stare down more attacks (pity
Crayon Tiger and his ilk's skill is once per turn, huh?)
so at least it means pressure spread out over several
columns, which is always good.
I can name better finishers but for now I'll take a huge
column and pressure over some sad-as-fuck plus to you.
[Sage-Saint Professor, Bigbelly]
G4 Bigbelly is nice to go into to
eat down an opponent's hand and follow up with Managarmr
on the next turn, unless you get the restand and end it
right there. You could give one unit the power buff and
another unit the on-hit effect, but you're most likely
giving both effects to the same unit. Ideally, you
should also have a Horton (Tusk Master) or Crayon Tiger
on board to restand whatever unit got G4 Bigbelly's
Bigbelly is a perfect example of
when a deck should actually be running Stand triggers:
devastating on-hit effects. With a normal attacking
pattern, you swing with the unit with the on-hit, then
Bigbelly, then swing with Horton/Crayon Tiger to restand
the unit that's currently a death sentence. Checking a
Stand trigger before you even use Horton/Tiger means you
actually might get the on-hit off, and that's just
Grab your Bigbellies and laugh as
your opponent has to dump their whole hand while you're
drawing twice as much.
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