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Rogue Deity of the Third Realm, Yasuie Gouma
- #G-BT10/008EN
Reviewed: April 21, 2017

[Stride]-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. [ACT](VC)[1/Turn]:[Choose a face down "Rogue Deity of the Third Realm, Yasuie Gouma" from your G zone, and turn it face up] Choose up to two face up cards with "Yasuie" in their card names from your G zone, and call them to separate (RC). (At the end of the turn, put all G units on (RC) into your G zone face up. Put them into your G zone face up when they are turned face down or leave (RC) as well) Shadowstitch-[AUTO](VC):At the end of the battle that your unit attacked a vanguard, if that attack did not hit, draw a card, choose a card from your hand, and put it on the bottom of your deck.

Rating: 3.0 / 5.0
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Rogue Deity of the Third Realm, Yasuie Gouma

Absolutely not a first Stride by any stretch, but Gouma offers some meat if you find yourself short on Counterblast. Pity you'll be Striding into probably almost everything else first.
You could actually probably get away with not using this at all, actually. This isn't worth fluffing a Kagamijishi over and you'll have a nicer time abusing old G4 Yasuie before this ever becomes feasible.

Winston Fairwinds

[Rogue Deity of the Third Realm, Yasuie Gouma]

I love Yasuie Gouma as an addition to sagemode.dek. Yasiue as of Tech Booster 2 still fell prey to control due to his plays still needing something on board to use his on-stride skill. Yasuie Tenma did alleviate this issue somewhat, but now Yasuie Gouma ensures you have at least two turns of decent rows. Since G-units have 15k power printed on them, any 6k or higher booster makes a Gouma row force 15k shield from your opponent.

Tenma's bottom skill is neat too, since the cycling will either put much-needed clones of your units back into your deck from your hand, or if your hand is flooded with triggers, you can put one back. In addition, due to G-Units only being able to exist either face-up on the field or in the G-Zone, they'll pop right back to the G-Zone if something like Freezeray Dragon or Denial Griffin gets used on your Gouma on the RC.

Bonus points to Yasiue Gouma for having no heart restrictions, which helps if you rode Aragoto Spark, or are playing one of the other less-than-viable Murakumo decks. The only downside is that Yasuie Gouma is a persona flip, so even though you could call a Yasuie Tenma to RC with Gouma's effect, you're only ever gonna use Gouma's superior call twice.

Yasuie Gouma fills in extra holes that Murakumo needed. Grab your 4, regardless of whatever Murakumo build you use. (I can feel the hipsters still trying to make Duelingdragon.dek a thing.)


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