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Chronodragon Gear Groovy- #G-CB04/003EN

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 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:[Choose a face down card named "Chronodragon Gear Groovy" from your G zone, and turn it face up] If you have a heart card with "Chronojet" in its card name, choose a [AUTO] ability of two face up in your G zone, and this unit gets all of the chosen abilities until end of turn. [ACT](VC)[1/Turn] Generation Break 3:[Soul Blast (1) & Choose a face down card from your G zone, and turn it face up] This unit gets [Power]+5000 until end of turn.

Rating: 3.75

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Chronodragon Gear Groovy
 
What a stupid name, I'm sorry. Anyway, Gear Groovy's skills are both once-per-turn ACT. One's a GB2 that G Persona Blasts, he then copies the AUTO skills of two of your Gear Dragons face-up in the G Zone until end of turn. His GB3 is to Soulblast 1 and flip any G-Zone card face-up to gain 5k until end of turn.
 
So basically, this is supposed to copy Nextage and then throw in something else, like a Grade 0 sealing Ragnaclock, or on-hit Chronoscommand. I mean yeah he's interesting, but to be frank, he's pretty slow. Even his fastest optimal use involves having to use a G Guardian, then use Nextage before you use this. Don't let that think he's a waste of space because he isn't, anything that can be Nextage except carry another threat ought to be worth having.
 
Use at 2, no more, because if they're still alive after one Nextage they must be really tanky. Or you got sacked to shit.
 
3.5/5

Winston Fairwinds

This also was an inevitability. The "main character God card," so to speak. Time to get groovy, baby.

Chronojet.dek has been doing everything it wants since Time Leap: some mild control, toolboxing, restanding, on-hit pressure, the list goes on. So, what could Chronojet get next? A card that continues to let him do whatever he wants.
The GB2 ability lets you copy two other face-up Gear Dragon Strides' effects, and the GB3 lets you flip up whatever you need in case you don't have enough things face-up that's worth copying. In the end, you'll end up copying Nextage's restand effect, and whatever else you copy is just winmore at that point. Chronoscommand, Ragnaclock, and if you're really goofy, Mystery Flare. There's others, but like I said, other effects are just winmore and don't make or break you, as long as you copied Nextage as one of the effects. You still have to pay the costs for the abilities you copy, so I don't want anyone running around saying Groovy is busted. 

Essentially, Gear Groovy lets you run 3 Nextage if your wallet's been tight, and if you already had 4 Nextage cause you're such a main character...I dunno, sell it or something. You're gonna need the extra space in your G-Zone anyway since Gear Groovy himself is a persona flip. Gear Groovy will stay relevant unless/until a non-Gear Dragon Stride becomes Chronojet's main finisher, rendering the copycat ability moot. 

4/5

 


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