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Bojack Level 3

Kid Buu Saga Insert

Reviewed 2.09.2004

Avg. Standard Rating: 2.2
Avg. TE: Rating: 1.9


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

Matthew Low
 2/6/04 Ė Friday
Bojack the Notorious Level 3 Ė Bojack Unbound Subset Ė Kid Buu Saga Promo/Insert - #10 Personality Ė Main Personality

Power: (If Bojack is your Main Personality, your allies can use this Constant Combat Power.) Constant Combat Power: Personalities with the Bojack Unbound Subset Symbol can take control of combat, even if this personality is 2 power stages above 0 or higher. Any attacks performed by personalities with the Bojack Unbound Subset Symbol are focused attacks.

If you ever want an example of a personality who has really good level 1 and 2 powers but a terrible level 3, here you go.

The first two levels of Bojack gave attack bonuses, and they pretty much are really good seeing the amount of attacks a Bojack deck can dish out in one combat. This one takes away the amazing damage modifiers and effect on level 2 and makes all your attacks focused. -_- Great. I mean, sure, it would help against certain decks like Blue CS, rendering the Mastery pointless. But in the current environment, while there are a good amount of omni blocks running around like Gokuís Flight, there are also a lot of people running stuff like SWK, Android 20 Absorbing Drill, and Pikkonís Leg Catch that shrug focused like it is nothing.

Focused is good, but it wonít help much right now. You might be able to hit a couple more attacks than normal, but being able to have bigger attacks in other cases can easily be much better in the long run. That, and you donít have to waste your time leveling up here.

Hence, donít get up here unless you really need focused attacks. The level 2 is awesome, so stay down there and donít look up.

Unfortunately Bojack is a 1-3 personality, so he suffers from the 1-3 anger threat. Keep this in mind when building a Bojack deck.

Standard: 2.2 out of 5.0 (focused works in some sense, gotta give points for the allies still) Tuff Enuff: 1.9 out of 5.0 (focused usually helps against DB decks)
Sealed: 1.1 out of 5.0 (level 3Ö)

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