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Flame Wind Lion, Wonder Ezel

- #G-BT07/028EN

Date Reviewed: July 20, 2016

[AUTO]:When this unit is placed on (RC), if you have a grade 3 vanguard with "Ezel" in its card name at [Stand], search your deck for up to one card with "Ezel" in its card name, ride it as [Stand], shuffle your deck, and that unit gets [Power]+5000 until end of turn.

Rating:  2

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Saikyo
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Flame Wind Lion, Wonder Ezel
 
Oh yeah, Ezel is supposed to still be a thing. When this unit is called and your Grade 3 Ezel Vanguard is standing, ride another Ezel from the deck, give it 5k, and shuffle the deck.
 
So basically, Crossride into Platina Ezel for tank, or just grab any Ezel with 11k base. It's basically here to just rack up soul for Scissors or make your ride a bit more consistent.
 
Pity the only combo this is worth using it for involves a card not released in English yet. Well if nothing else, it gives Glorious Gurguit some soul to work with...assuming you call this on turn 3 when you can't Stride anyway if you went first. Otherwise, not worth tossing Stride for a turn.
 
2/5

Winston Fairwinds

[Flame Wind Lion, Wonder Ezel]

You set up manual Crossride with this Grade 2, which can screw with Aqua Force specifically, but will only matter in conditional situations.

You can't pull off Campbell-Pellinore shenanigans because your Vanguard has to be standing to get Wonder Ezel's effect off. It's kind of a shame.

Assuming you're going for the Platina Ezel crossride, there's more unflip in Gold Pals now for you to go for the LB5. Problem is, you might as well be building up into a Grade 4 Gugrit turn versus an LB5 effect. Of course, you're playing an Oldguard deck for the specific reason of nostalgia or budget, so there's no point in dogging on those players.

If the Raven Haired Ezel ever gets printed in English, you can set up his skill with Wonder Ezel. He's just a Silent Tom at LB5, nothing awe-inspiring but will end the game if they don't have a PG or Heal Trigger.

Ultimately, Wonder Ezel is just setting up for a dated Grade 3. You should have moved on by now, but I'm still finding a way to make Amaterasu playable. Everyone has their nostalgia. ;)

2/5

 


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