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Dark Superhuman, Omega - #G-EB01/004EN

Date Reviewed: April 14, 2015

Stride (Release it when both you and your opponent have a grade 3 or greater vanguard!)-Stride step-[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard it] Stride this face down card on your (VC). [AUTO]:[Counter Blast (2) & Soul Blast (1)] When this unit is placed on (VC), you may pay the cost. If you do, choose one of your rear-guards, put it into your soul, choose all units in your opponent's front row, and until end of turn, decrease those units' [Power] by the original [Power] of the card put into your soul with this effect.

Rating:  3.13

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Dark Superman, Omega
Good god, 4 G-Units not including the promo. We'll be swimming in them come Fighter's Collection 2015. But anyway, here's Dark Superman Omega. On-Stride, youCounterblast 2, Soulblast 1 and absorb a RG into the soul to have the entire opposing front row lose power equal to the power of the absorbed unit.
...Basically, it's Delete, except...not? You still stare down the Vanguard's original power next turn with all the bells and whistles coming with the skills for virtually the same cost as something like the Legion Deletor. 
It sounds like a powerful skill, but the problem is, the obvious deck to put him in (Legion Zeal) doesn't particularly care for it, as far as I can tell. As part of the damage-based requirements of the deck, there isn't a lot of room to actually abuse any of the power threshold skills apart from perhaps Bugreed, so it basically is as good as granting your front-row power for a turn and a cost before disappearing. Might have some merit if Commander Laurel is set up, but other more threatening on-hit skills from your other units can be combined with Laurel for a much more fun result.
I'd probably call this the budget option for the G-Zone in Dimension Police. Because richer people can do better.

Dark Superman, Omega
Hello, Zeal, when did you get so big?
Apparently Omega here is from "beyond the far future" and is a monster that feeds on negative feelings to increase its power, seemingly without end.  Oh great, Vanguard's version of a Mazoku has arrived.  Where's Vanguard's version of the Bandit Killer?
I hope at least a few of you got that reference.
When you Stride Omega you can CB2 and Soul Blast 1 to put one of your rear guards into the soul and then perform a Zeal effect to reduce not just the Vanguard, but the entire front line of your opponent's field, by the power of the rear guard that went into the Soul.  Pretty nifty.  So, on average, you'll be reducing the power by 5 to 9 thousand.
Suffice to say, that's really good.  Really nice at nearly any stage of the game and it doesn't matter what version of D-Police you run, this helps all of them.
Probably a one or two of card, though.  I can't really justify running more than just a couple, unless you're running Zeal or something.  Still, no restrictions to what you can use it with, plus no need to Persona Flip, makes it a very solid unit.
Rating: 3.75/5


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