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DBZ CCG Card of the Day

Blue Reversal Drill

Saiyan  Saga

Reviewed May 15, 2002

Standard Rating: 3.13 (based on 3 reviews)
Tuff Enuff: 3.10 (based on 3 reviews)

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  5 is the highest rating.

A Score Guy
This Drill has been ignored for ages, the Drill can provide you at least one extra attack per Combat once you drop it and it makes your opponent think twice about playng that Red Shatering Leap or using Cell HT lv 1's power. This card is just soooooooo evil to Physical beatdown decks. >;~)


This is where the card's not so good but if you're playing any sort of Blue beatdown deck you better have at least one of this drill in your deck. Combine  with the Blue Style Mastery (CS) you start every combat w/ a block and a free Physical attack, if you're usinf Android 18 (AS) it's just plain wrong. I like how the card plays w/ your opponents head.... after all there's nothing better than that. ^_~

Rating 2.6

Tuff Enuff

We all know how good Trunks Swiftly Moving is in this environment, this card is a Swiftly Moving with the kicker. o.0 (if you don't know what that means don't worry, it's just a siwwy Magig joke ^.^) Imagine your opponents face when you throw Guldo's level one power back at them or when you win the game with their  own Cosmic Backlash. O_O

Rating 3.2

Ah, today we have an awesome card from Saiyan Saga. Blue Reversal Drill!
This card is awesome!! Its like a Trunks Swiftly Moving, once every combat!! So you defend against one of your opponet's physical attacks, and use it straight on them again!! I love this card! I wish it was named so I could put a few in all my decks, this is all I really have to say tho. I like this card, almost every combat it will give you a physical attack for you to use against your opponet.
My rating for BRD is 3.5/5, if this card worked for all attacks itd be 0wnage.
In alot of games at a TE tourney, this drill would be worthless, playing against energy focused decks means not much physicals, so not much for you to give back with this drill. Like I said, if this drill worked for all attacks, itd be awesome..but sadly it doesnt..loses some power in TE.

My rating for BRD in TE is 2.5/5, it lost a whole rank in this format.

Aik Tongtharadol
If I understand this correctly, it's basically a Trunks Swiftly Moving that you can use once per combat. Quite nice, and eventhough it's Blue it should find a welcome home in most colorless decks because of it's potential. In Tuff Enuff, this card could have a bit more impact since there are some hefty attacks that are Tuff Enuff only.

Standard: 3.3

Tuff Enuff: 3.5

Aik Tongtharadol

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