Chronojet Dragon Z
Chronojet Dragon Z

Chronojet Dragon Z
– #PR/0417EN

[CONT](VC):You may pay “Choose a grade 3 from your drop zone, and bind it face up.” as the cost for Stride. [AUTO](VC):[Soul Blast (1)] When your G unit Stride, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose up to one of any players’ rear-guards, and put it on the bottom of the deck. If you put one card, search your deck for up to one with grade+1 than the card put due to this effect, call it to (RC), and shuffle your deck.
Date Reviewed: March 7, 2018

Rating: 3.75

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 is bad. 3 is average.  5 is great.

Reviews Below:


I miss my old Time Leap shenanigans. Not to say this is poor. On the contrary. The Stride skill is a +2 to you if you target enemy rear-guards, killing off problems and setting up field. The free Stride isn’t hard to pull off and can actually be live right away if you use Revolver Dracokid. Other targets include Merry Block Dragon so you shouldn’t be starving for fodder too badly.

What’s less appealing is the overhauling of the G Zone. This has basically no synergy with Nextage and Gear Groovy by extension, forcing Gearnext as your only re-stander. You’re forced to open with Avenir for the most bang and then just let the Vanguard do most of the work. So unless you fluff the ride, no ZTB big columns with G for you. On a happier note the Stride skill isn’t restricted to Gear Dragons or ZTB, but odds are that you’ll Stride into one of those as long as Chronovisor exists.

Still, reasonably solid for what it is. Does everything you want and then some.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  So, for a lot of long time readers/followers of mine, they’d know that when it comes to Vanguard, I hate 3 things: Aqua Force, Meta-bastards and finally, Gear Chronicle…which might as well still be qualified as a Meta-bastard especially with the amount of synergy that Chronojet Dragon Z has with all of the newer goodies that the deck received combined with the easy amount of pluses that the deck can now make as forcing an opponent’s rear guard back to the deck is already good to begin with, but only gets better by letting you call from your deck any unit that’s a grade higher than the card you sent back, making it a solid +2 on your board.  Add in an easy free Stride skill by binding a G3 from your drop zone (especially seeing how ZTB now have a G1 that becomes a G3 in the drop zone) and Chrono-Z is just going to annoy so many players…myself included…seriously, f$&@ Gear Chronicle…

Rating: 4/5
Artwork: 4/5 (The white does look really nice tbh)

Next Time: Pre-corruption.

Go Rogue…Go Pro…and Fight the Meta!!!

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