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Blue Terror

Androids Saga

 

Reviewed June 12, 2002

 

Standard Rating: 4.48 (based on 6 reviews)
Tuff Enuff: 3.95 (based on 6 reviews)

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  5 is the highest rating.


IQ
A Score Guy
This card is pretty darn amazing because it turns into any card in your life, deals 3 life cards and it only costs 2 power stages too bad it's been restricted to limit 1 per deck. (O)_(O)

Standard

This card is pretty much what we call a staple because this is the first cards you think about when you're building a blue deck. It does get a lil weaker now that it's a limit 1 per deck but the card's still really good. Too bad all those Blue players won't be able to use 3 of it for Regionals..... MUWHAHAHAH!!!

>;~)

Rating 4.2

Tuff Enuff

hmmm... what to say about this card? It's good and if you don't use it in your Blue deck then you needzz to or else everyone will make fun of you. You might even be called the next Brian O_O; that boy needz to learn how to read.... ;-D

Rating 4.4

NOTE: Those ratings will change after July 1st cuz that when this card kinda becomes limit 1. ;_; and to think of what will happen to Namekian's Strike and Straining Destruction Move. ;-p


Aik Tongtharadol
Ah, Blue Terror...let's see here. First off, you shouldn't be using this card unless you declare TW because that would just be silly! But this should be in almost every Blue TW deck, just for the ability to grab any card out of your deck(besides DBs). As of July 1st, this card will be restricted but that just means you shouldn't have any excuse for not putting this card in your deck! Mmmmm, being able to put almost any card from your deck into your hand :)

Standard: 4.0

Tuff Enuff: 4.0

 
Goken
Blue Terror was the only reason to play a blue deck till the new blue mastery came along... now Blue is easily the most dominant style, and this card adds a versatility to any deck that is rivaled only by non-combat searchers like Fatherly Advice. Whether fishing for a defense to save your butt, an attack to finish off an opponent, a solution to a non-combat or ally problem, or the final component of a combo that will "seal the deal", no Blue Deck should be without a full complement of these beauties. As I'm sure IQ will point out, can only be used in Blue decks, but when half the decks around are blue that hardly seems like a big deal. :p

Standard: 4.9

TE gets a slightly lower rating because the anger lowering of blue is slightly less potent, but hardly matters. 

Tuff Enuff: 4.8


DBM
Now this is a sweet card. Energy attack doing 3 life (which can be beefed up, and usually is, by android attack drills) that lets you search for ANY card in your entire deck and place it in your hand. There are so many combos with this card. A lot. This card has always been a thorn in my side. The ability to pull cards like Trunks Energy Sphere before damage is assessed or Goku's Dragonball Quest is so amazing. This card is and will be a staple in Blue Decks for a long, long time.

Rating : 4.75

In TE, I don't know. You don't see that much blue in TE. If you're gonna play blue, use it of course, but since you have to declare a tokui-waza to use the search ability, I can't give this card that high of a rating. 

Rating: 2.0


Raith
Blue Terror

A must in any blue deck. Sure, the attack doesn't really do much, 3 life cards is more of an annoyance more than anything, but its the secondary effect that really makes this card shine. The ability to search for any card from your life deck (save db's of course) and put them into your hand is simply an amazing power. There are so many combos that you can use with this card, it isnt even worth mentioning here.. but this is definitely a staple for blue. 

Standard 4.5
TE 4.5


Cds
Blue Terror is a staple in any blue deck. Whether is be beatdown, anger, dragonball, or DV, Blue Terror is in the deck. The only reason someone should not play three Blue Terrors is if they don't own three copies of the card. And if that is the case, they need to go out and trade/buy some Blue Terrors. You can link three blue terrors together for some nasty damage if you have alot of +lifecard modifiers in play. If not, search for your favorite card to demolish your opponent with; sit back and watch the fireworks go.

Standard - 4.5/5

Tuff Enuff - 4.0/5

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