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July 3, 2013
[AUTO]: When this unit is placed on (VC) or (RC), reveal the top card of your deck. If the revealed card is a grade 1 or 2 «Angel Feather», call that card to (RC), and if it is not, shuffle your deck.
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Examine Angel is
the Angel Feather clone of Devil Summoner; when called
or ridden, you can reveal the top card of your deck. If
the revealed card is a grade one or two Angel Feather,
you can call it.
At 7k, this guy
won’t stand up to much on his own, but if his skill
calls a grade one behind him, you’ve just made a
respectable column for one card. Plus, if you don’t want
to keep him around, he is a grade two and is able to
Calling out free
units is definitely a good thing, but given Angel
Feather’s game plan typically involves loading and
manipulating the damage zone, Examine Angel isn’t the
best contribution. On the other hand, some examples of
units you could be calling with this skill are Thousand
and Million Ray Pegasus, Doctroids Micros and Megalos,
or Love Machine Gun Nociel, all of whom DO contribute to
the afore mentioned game plan. Given typical grade
ratios, you will miss about fifty percent of the time,
so if you are considering giving Examine Angel a try,
you should keep that in mind. You should also recall
that Metatron requires sending two rear guards into
damage when using her skill, and if you got two rear
guards on the board for the price of one, then you are
definitely benefitting from using Examine Angel.
Definitely food for thought.
Rating: 2/5 –
Fifty-fifty is not a wager to bank on, unless you are a