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Rating: 2.71 (based
on 7 reviews)
Namekian Heritage only.
Shuffle the top or bottom 3 cards from your
discard pile into your Life Deck.
I just needed a little time.
Enuff: 4.00 (based on
|Ratings are based on a 1 to 5
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.
|I like Namekian Regeneration. I
use 3 of them in my Namekian deck, not only for the fact you
regenerate, but for the fact you can set up your discard pile to
decide what the bottom card you draw next combat is. It is easily
recyclable. I still love my scenario with it: Frieza is Ready is
used on opponent. I use Namekian Regeneration. They pass. I use
Hero's Lucky Break to get it out again. Have fun with it.
Standard - 3.5/5
Tuff Enuff - 4/5
This is a card that i really love.
While its potential is maxed out with Piccolo, The Warrior, as your
main personaity, it really works well with anyone who is Namekian
Heritage. You can either just regenerate your discard pile, plan out
your next hand, or pull off some masterful combos with cards like
Piccolo and Heroes Gather and Foreboding Evidence. Only two
drawbacks - the slight lack of control of what you shuffle
(sometimes I'd like to draw that Sphere with my mastery) and it can
be Sphered, but all in all this card is great.
Rating : 4.5/5
I don't really have much to say
about this card... it's a Namekian card. U can shuffle 3 cards back
into ur life deck, which is good, but there's nothing really special
about it... it's okay.
Final Rating: 3 outta 5
Namekian Regeneration.. first..
this card not only makes me want to play namekian regen, but it will
compliment any namekian deck well because it's not effected by City
In Turmoil, so it wont matter. Second, 3 cards??! from the top or
bottom? dang, that's some good discard manipulation. Pretty
Regular play - 4/5
Tuff Enuff 4/5
|One of the best regen cards out
there, it's use can be found in non-regen Namekian decks as well.
Allowing you to choose either the top or bottom three cards can be
quite useful. Also, they get shuffled back in, instead of going on
the bottom, which is another plus. The only thing you need to look
out for is Trunks Energy Sphere, but it's just a small drawback.
Overall you'll probably see this card find a lot of play in the
majority of TW decks.
Tuff Enuff: 3.5
A Score Guy
This card can be
really useful when played the right way, there’s even a deck named
after it. “Namekian Regeneration” decks are pretty much the only
Namekian decks being played, there are some Nail and Piccolo beat
down decks but the regeneration decks easily take them out. This
card works really well with the Trunks saga mastery because it’s a
combat card and cuz it allows you to control what cards you will
draw with the Mastery. The card is only playable in one deck and if
you don’t build your deck around it you shouldn’t use it at all
out of 5
|Obviously, since this is a
namekian card, it limits its use. but im not going to hold that
against it. as a namekain card, its another recycle card.. and a
really good one at that. do we really need another regeneration card
for nameks? prolly not, but this one is really good. First of all,
its a combat card, which is really great because most of those
recycle cards are non-combats, so having one that you can use when
you draw it as you defend is really useful. As well, since you get
to choose the top 3 or bottom 3, it can really help u recycle
recyclers during combat, or let you set up the bottom of your
discard if you please. Its far more useful in Tuff Enuff than in
standard play, but then again, so is namekian as a whole.
Tuff Enuff: 4.5/5