Black Shiver, Gavrail
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1 is bad. 3 is average. 5 is great.
And now this card’s been relegated to backup ride. I suppose when this card’s main function isn’t to win, but simply not lose for as long as possible that’s sort of understandable. Regardless, she has more defence than new Gavrail and can actually plus you in clutch situation, so if you don’t feel like Gavrail Eden can do it, feel free to sit on this and Broken Heart.
What’s up, Rogue Squad?! As we continue Angel Week, for our Throwback Thursday selection, I decided to look at the original Gavrail. Compared to her Prim counterpart, the OG Gavrail is more of a backup now considering the evolution of the Rescue deck, but this is still nothing to scoff at. The original Gavrail was more defensive based thanks to her GB2, and that’s still good to help pump up your front line and making it harder to hit them especially when combined with Broken Heart, however, since the deck is more Rescue based now, you want to aim to ride on Prim more.
Ain’t no school like the old school, but Prim is just slightly superior to these older wings.
Rating: 3/5 Artwork: 4/5
Next Time: This new G unit is heavenly
Go Rogue… Go Pro… and Fight the Meta!!!
If you need another Gavrail, why not use this?
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