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DBZ CCG Card of the Day

Blue Energy Arrow



Oct. 21, 2002


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

(Blue Energy Arrow review)

This card is very cool. Awesome picture. Awesome power. Especially with the new World Games Blue Style Mastery, it can do 4 life, and give you 1 anger! However, removing the top 10 cards of an opponent's discard pile is huge! Unless, of course, that personality is Tapkar. Against Namekian it's devastating. This card should be in most Blue decks.

Standard - 3.5/5
Tuff Enuff - 3/5  
Standard: 'Focused Energy attack doing 3 life cards of damage. If  successful yoru opponent removes the top 10 cards of their Discard Pile from The game' This is an incredible card, not only is it a hard to stop attack, but if it's successful you get to have some control of your opponent's discard pile. This'll be seen in Torbie Decks I'm sure 0_o.

Rating: 3.5

TE: Probabl better here, because there is an increased amount of Namekian  decks, and they like to have control over their discard pile..this card will help ya disrupt it ;)

Judge Rich of AK Blue Energy Arrow (CS)

This card is underrated, underused, and overlooked. Having 3 of these in a blue dragonball deck can help you be able to win by survival, or counter other dragonball decks. DB decks regenerate themselves a lot, so you can keep getting these back into your hand and removing your opponents deck if you go all out.

Standard: 4/5
Tuff Enuff: 4/5 

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