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King's Adjutant Knight, Galehaut

- #G-CMB01/003EN

Date Reviewed: Nov. 18, 2015

[AUTO]:[Counter Blast (2)] When this unit is placed on (VC), you may pay the cost. If you do, search your deck for up to one card with "Alfred" in its card name, ride it as [Stand], and shuffle your deck. If you rode, choose a card named "King's Adjutant Knight, Galehaut" from your soul, and call it to (RC). [AUTO](RC):When this unit's attack hits a vanguard, if you have a vanguard with "Alfred" in its card name, Counter Charge (1).

Rating:  3

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 - Horrible  3 - Average.  5 - Awesome

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King's Adjutant Knight, Galehaut


Because they had to fill a RRR slot somehow. Galehaut, when ridden, Counterblasts 2 to ride an Alfred G3 from the deck, then Galehaut himself appears on the rear-guard circle from the soul. His normal skill is on R circle, and when his attack hits the Vanguard while your Vanguard's Alfred, countercharge 1.


I guess if nothing else, this basically ensures you have an Alfred Vanguard to start using the Alfred specific support. I actually prefer this over Ezzell because Ezzell requires waiting to Legion with Alfred to actually have the support be use-able, and that sucks, especially if you're going first. For speed purposes, it has to be Galehaut and Alfred.


Then again that's asking me to improve a deck that isn't even good compared to other Royal decks. At least he makes a column to work with Holy Squire in the event you must ride him, if nothing else.





King's Adjutant Knight, Galehaut
So, this is a neat card.  When you ride it as your Vanguard, you can CB2 to superior Ride the King from your deck, whether it be Alfred, Early Alfred or Seeker Alfred, though, considering the time travel events with the last one, which one is really the Early Alfred?  Hmm...
Afterwords, you call this from your soul to R.  That's pretty neat.  Oh, and it's got a Cursed Lancer skill built into it.
Not bad, pretty simple, meant to work with all the new Alfred support and do awesome things with Alfred.
Gives the deck consistency at least.  Sadly this has more defense than Alfred does and it can be boosted, so, yeah, dunno if grabbing the King of Knights is a good option with this, unless you need to stride for yesterday's card.
Ratings are for Alfred decks only.
Rating: 3.5/5


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