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PRISM Image, Sunshine Vert
July 27, 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.
[AUTO](VC) Limit Break 4:[Choose a face down card named "PR♥ISM-Image, Sunshine Vert" from your G zone, and turn it face up & Choose three cards from your hand, and discard them] At the end of the battle that this unit attacked a vanguard, if you have a heart card with "PR♥ISM" in its card name, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose up to two of your rear-guards with "PR♥ISM" in its card name, return them to your hand, put this unit into your G zone face up, choose up to one grade 3 card with "PR♥ISM" in its card name from your hand, and ride it as [Stand].
AKA The card that suddenly made PRISM actually really
good. Sunshine Vert is a G Unit with a Limit Break
ability, which is already unusual. Anyway, after she
finishes attacking the vanguard, if your heart is a
PRISM, you G Persona Blast and discard 3 cards. You then
bounce two PRISM rear-guards, send her back to the G
Zone, choose a Grade 3 PRISM from the hand, and ride it
Breaking it down: you -3 and then -1 again from riding
again, and in exchange, you get another attack worth a
+2 with Twin Drive. So -2 which then forces a -2 at
least out of the opponent just to be safe. You are of
course meant to combine this with the Break Ride Vert to
mitigate the -1 from Riding, so for maximum mileage,
you'll need 4+ rear-guards and a Grade 3 either on the
board if your hand is at 0 or in your hand.
Well, the scenario that your VG original's heart isn't
Vert explains why there's no Counterblast cost: because
the new VG is 11k unboosted. Luckily we have now have
good bounce targets apart from Celtic and Clear now that
can net a bit more hard advantage back, so that's
alright. Plus Celtic, Clear and Princess Leyte in
conjunction should give the new VG a bit of juice if you
couldn't grab Vert.
Anything that gets another VG attack is automatically
worth running in my mind. Lacks the punch of standard
re-standers and doesn't keep trigger effects but is
still worth using.
[PRISM Image, Sunshine Vert]
Oh Bushiroad, you're silly, trying to blend all the
formats together. So, we have the fist Limit Break
Stride, and possibly Bushiroad's apology for having Duos
overshadow PRISMS in the LB format of past days. So,
PRISMs have a restander!
Discarding 3 is as per the norm as far as costs go, and
bouncing PRISM rearguards to hand is optional for the
effect. The aim is to reride either Labrador or Garnet
over G3 Vert for the extra card back from the Breakride
effect, the 10K power on your new Vanguard, and
refreshing rearguard columns to throw 5+ attacks at the
opponent. Then Labrador is either gonna demand the PG
from the opponent, or Garnet is going to come with
another triple drive. (Hope ya'll didn't think The
Legend was going to be the only one of his kind.) If you
didn't set up the breakride, then you're still
restanding and forcing more cards out the opponent's
Because of Sunshine Vert, PRISMs maintain a competitive
edge that most Limit Break decks didn't hold going into
G-format, even with the splashes of support that they
Side note 1: don't be silly-run LB4 enablers. Outside
from PRISM PGs, there aren't any other Prism Grade 1s
that the deck is dependent upon. If you get a good rush
on your opponent in the early game, you shouldn't want
to wait for LB4 to capitalize on that rush.
Side note 2: I sold my Nextages
upon seeing Vert spoiled, because those things were just
worth too much to be played. And now Nextage is getting
reprinted. Oh happy days.
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