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Interdimensional Beast, Metallica Phoenix -
Jan. 15, 2016
(This card cannot be in your main deck)
[Stride] (Released when both players' vanguards are grade 3 or greater!)-Stride Step-[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard them] Stride this card on your (VC) from face down.
(When this card Strides, it gains the power and name from one heart. At the end of the turn, return it face up.)
Time Leap-[AUTO](VC):[Choose a face down card from your G zone, and turn it face up] When this unit attacks a vanguard, if you have a heart card with "Chronojet" in its card name, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose up to one of your rear-guards, and time leap it. (Bind it, call a grade +1 card from your deck, and shuffle your deck. At the end of the turn, put the called unit on the bottom of your deck, and call the bound card)
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Interdimensional Beast, Metallica Phoenix
Here's ANOTHER G-Unit for Gear Chronicle wrapping the
week up. The Phoenix has Time Leap which activates on
attacking the Vanguard, flipping another G-Unit face-up
to use. Which is kind of a dick move to newbies who
would like to Stride a little more than ONCE A GAME, but
let's pretend they don't exist. How does the Phoenix
I guess that this review is essentially me reviewing
Time Leap as a mechanic, and my verdict is: it's really
pretty shit. It's basically a very elaborate Murakumo in
that you're only using Time Leap to save hand by using
rested units to get attacks in, but you will have to
call the units SOMETIME, especially if you need to
Counterblast to start a Time Leap, otherwise you're just
spending resources for advantage you don't even keep. Or
you could just use it to chain attacks, in which case
you have a gambit that Nova Grappler does except much
better and without needing to take as many liberties
with the deck.
In this case, yeah, it's CB-free and doesn't need to
hit, so that's fine, but it's not important enough to
play in bulk until Time Leap becomes better supported.
Should only really be run if you need Chronojet Dragon's
GB2 early for whatever goddamn reason. 1 copy of at
And final card of the week is Metallica Phoenix.
Anyway, another Chronojet-centric Stride that Time Leaps
a unit on attack by flipping a unit in your G-Zone face
up. Pretty nifty for various tricks, plus it
doesn't rely on a Persona Flip, that's always nice.
I'd say find room in your G-Zone for this. What
you take out is up to you.