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Rikudo Stealth Dragon, Rokushikirakan
- #G-FC04/008

Reviewed: July 14, 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. [AUTO](VC) Generation Break 8:When your opponent's unit is placed on (GC) from hand, you may Counter Blast (1) or Soul Blast (1). If you do, your opponent chooses two cards from his or her hand, and discards them.

Rating: 3.0

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Saikyo
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Rikudo Stealth Dragon, Rokushikirakan
 
This is so close to being legit good. Oh yes, it sucks now given we have Atagolord only to get GB8 balls-a-rolling. But once the new Nubatama deck comes around, this will have merit. In theory this ANTI anti-meta decks likes Magia and Hollow because it assassinates hand at the cost of whatever you damn well want, but the main problem is speed. But once G-BT11 hits, we'll have 2 more G-Zone flippers to help speed things along and a new strategy that has more relevance to this card's purpose.
 
September is its time. Hold onto it until then. But for now...
 
2.5/5

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Ooooh baby i like this one. Guarding can already be tough against Nubatama but this... this is just cruel. Assuming you're a thrifty resource controller you can force the oponent to shred their own hand just to attempt to survive. and if they're light on cards anyway, they're bound to just start taking hits. The question, though, is which is better late game; this or Tsukumorakan. Depending on the matchup, Tsukumorakan may only take 3/4 cards, and temporarily at that. I like this more because it's a permanent loss, but it's not as useful if they have a fat hand and you can't attack much. By all means run both; they're different finishers for different reasons, and Nubatama's G-zone isn't that restrictive yet
 
3.5:5

 


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