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Seeker, Sacred Wingal

- #TD14/001EN 

Date Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2014

[ACT](VC): Legion 20000 "Blaster Blade Seeker" (If your opponent's vanguard is grade 3 or greater, this unit may return four cards from your drop zone into your deck once, search your deck for the specified card, and Legion) [AUTO](VC):When this unit Legion, search your deck for up to one grade 2 or greater card with "Seeker" in its card name, call it to (RC), and shuffle your deck. [AUTO](VC):When this unit attacks a vanguard, this unit gets [Power]+2000 until end of that battle.

Rating: 3.13 

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

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Seeker, Sacred Wingal

I don't know WHAT the higher ups would do without me. I had to go all "you didn't send me the week's cards yet, brah". And much to my disappointment, it's all cards I could sum up in two sentences again.
But I won't do that. So here we are with the ace of the Seeker Trial Deck, Sacred Wingal. Simple as they come. He Legions with Blaster Blade Seeker (a non-negotiable staple), and upon Legioning, you call from the deck a Grade 2 or greater Seeker.
...Well, it's a way to get the foot in the door Seeker-wise, but assuming you have money (and to be honest, I don't see why you'd attempt a good Seeker deck without it) it's gonna get outclassed by two upcoming aces that come out on the 19th (Alfred XIV for doing his job as well as gaining a Crit, and Thing Saver who's another non-negotiable staple anyway). He's pretty much budget only because he's pretty vanilla otherwise.
He's eh.


Seeker, Sacred Wingal
It's Trial Deck week, folks.  Gunna look at the trial deck legions and mates here.  First up, Sacred Wingal.

Just a note before I begin, I wanted to look at the Quintent Wall and Perfect Guards last week, despite Saikyo's annoyance with looking at them because he thought it was a waste of time, because, as reviewers, shouldn't we be giving you guys information when key words change on cards?  Most people miss the fact that Sentinels aren't clan-restricted anymore.

According to the lore, Wingal decided to use all his power to become this large beast in the past to help Blaster Blade fight, sadly it didn't last long and he became the tiny puppy afterwords.  Poor doggie.
A type 1 Legion that gets +2000 whenever it attacks a vanguard.  Okay, what about the Legion skill?  When you legion, you get a grade 2 or higher Seeker from the deck.
Hmm, not bad, a free unit is always nice, and it really does mesh with the Royal Paladin playstyle.  Call an attacker, call a unit that gets an effect when it's placed on R, like Blaster Blade Seeker (which we'll look at next), or call a unit that has some on-hit pressure, like Light Blaze Dragon.
Sadly it sits as a vanilla unless you legion again, but, hey, this is a solid unit and a great back-up Legion to whatever you use as your main Legion for Seekers.  In fact, there's no reason not to run this unit in Seekers, it meshes too well with the playstyle and doesn't interfere with other Seeker legions by eating up counterblasts.
Rating: 3.5/5

Jonathan Mindham

Seeker, Sacred Wingal
Awwww look who is all grown up!!! Wingal totally just became a man and got a great effect doing so!!  Really happy to see Bushiroad use older units and revamp them a bit.  This card is a trail deck card and I feel it is very good for being one.  
Wingal's second ability is where all the money is at:  When you legion you can call a grade 2 greater card from your deck to a rear guard.....hello Blaster Blade Seeker and yes there are a variety of other cards you can call as well but that one is usually the fan favorite. This card is a great place holder until we get further Seeker support but still again it is a great card for trail deck.  
Over all value on Wingal will be any where from $5-$8 dollars and again that is simply because it is a trial deck card.  That is all she wrote today folks. 


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