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Frenzy Emperor Dragon, Gaia Desperado
Reviewed: April 25, 2017
[AUTO](VC/RC):Engorge (When this unit attacks, you may retire one or more of your other rear-guards. If you do, it is engorged until end of turn)
[CONT](VC/RC) Generation Break 2:If this unit is engorged, this unit gets [Power]+5000. Then, if this unit is a vanguard, this unit gets [Critical]+1.
[AUTO](VC):When your G unit Stride during your turn, choose one of your vanguards with the engorge ability, and until end of turn, it gets "[AUTO](VC):[Counter Blast (1)] When this unit becomes engorged, you may pay the cost. If you do, draw a card.".
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Dragon, Gaia Desperado
So here we are
again with more G-BT10 as we count down to the pack of
pirates and circus performers, so here's Gaia Desperado,
who is Gaia Emperor's other, suckier form. Packs
Engorge, has a GB2 that strengthens him by 5k when
engorged, with a Critical if he's a Vanguard, and his
Stride skill? If you Stride anything with Engorge, the
Vanguard gains a skill that lets you draw a card for
CB1 when it becomes engorged.
Why do I say
this sucks more than Gaia Emperor? Because old Gaia
Emperor can allow for more attacks by sacking its own
targets and reviving them. That tends to work out better
than a strict and predictable +1 to you, particularly in
conjunction with your already established badass
multi-attackers like Gluttony Dogma. Apart from some
insane desire to dodge Megacolony or Link Joker, this
isn't really going to replace old Gaia as the main ride.
At least he
has relevance on RG circle for the above reason. Apart
from that, run this only for the name.