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CCG Card of the Day
Reviewed July 12, 2002
Rating: 3.47 (based on
Enuff: 4.03 (based on
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5
1 being the worst. 3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
A Score Guy
This card is what Namekian decks are all about,
decent Physical attacks, powering up to full and recoverying a lot
of cards from your discard pile. ^.^
This card is hands down one of the top weapons in the Namekian
arsenal because it doesn't only power you up to full and allows you
to recover 4 cards from your discard pile but it's also a Physical
doing +4 power stages. That might not be a lot of damage, esp when
performed by Piccolo or Cell level 1 but it'll get a lot better in
World Games. ^_< In standard I just see thsi card being used to
set up Combos cuz Namekian has a lot of good energy attacks and they
work better against Dragonball decks.
This Physical attack can save you from an overkill when you're
opponent is geting ready to finish you off because not only does he
have to chew trough at least 10 more power stages but that's 4 more
cards in your life deck he has to worry about. In Tuff Enuff I like
cards that power you up to full and have cool effects because they
can help you a lot and the random extra effects are alwayz great.
~IQ ~IQ's Crew
Orange Scatter Shot, Black Body Destruction, and this
card, Namekian Dash, are the best new cards from the Capsule Corp
Power Pack. Even if this card JUST shuffled 4 discards and powered
the MP up full it would be one of the best new cards... but its also
an attack... a PLUS 5 ATTACK. Very few Namekian decks will want to
play without 3 of these.
Tuff Enuff: 4.9/5
Talk about power! Most of the
cards from the CCPP were broken to begin with, and this card is no
exception. Not only does it add +5 stages of damage, not
only does it power you up to full, it lets you recycle the top 4
cards from your discard pile back into your life deck!
That's extremely good with Lord Slug Level 3. Namekian
physical decks should run 3 of these, and even Namekian energy
decks should run a couple of these beasts.
Standard - 3/5
Tuff Enuff - 4/5