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Quick Recovery Drill

Word Games Promo #6


Reviewed Sep. 27, 2002


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

A Score Guy
Quick Recovery Drill (P6)

Power: Sensei Deck. When entering Combat, you may remove the bottom card of your opponent's discard pile from the game. If that card is a Freestyle card, gain 3 power stages.

heh heh... I remember working on this card, the name of it so should have been "Eat This" but nooooooo. Darn you mortals!!!!


Guess the card can work against Namekian decks but I'll take a Hero's Heart is Strong over it. I'm guessing this card was just made to prove the fact that not all the cards in the World Games Saga are not that great... good job guys!! -_-;

Rating 2

Tuff Enuff

Sowwy if I'm not writing much about this card but it's not that great and my poor lil finger still hurts from yesterday. That'll teach me to play sports and try to exersice. 0.~ From now on no more Basket ball for me, back to Soccer and Volley ball. ~.o

Rating 1.7

Da Krillin Friday - Quick Recovery Drill
The only bad WGS promo I've seen..

Standard: This card HAS to be a freestyle card, and tokui-waza decks dominate the tournaments. These decks dont have many freestyle cards, and if they do, they can't afford to have them removed from teh game, to gain a mediocre 3 power stages.

Rating: 0.8

Tuff Enuff: Maybe a little better here, cuz it's kinda all or nothing

Rating: 1.0
Judge Rich of AK Friday: Quick Recovery Drill

This card is whack. I don't know why we are reviewing this. Maybe in TE  environment it would actually be good, but I don't really see too many good  applicable uses for it. Maybe I just need more coffee.

Standard: 2/5
Tuff Enuff: 3.5/5

AlterEgo Friday - Quick Recovery Drill

Seriously. This card is great. When entering combat, you remove the bottom card of your OPPONENTS discard pile, and if its a freestyle card, you gain 3 power stages. Now, how good is that? This card really
hurts decks which rely on their discard piles, or use cards like Vegeta's Quickness Drill, or Namekian Style Mastery (TS). This card will probably be seen in a lot of orange decks, or red decks (now that red has a
lot of energy attacks) or even black decks. Heck, who WOULDN'T want this card in their deck? The best part about this card, is that it is basically equal in Tuff Enuff and in Standard, because this can really screw DB decks up.

Standard and TE: 3/5

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