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Black Frieza’s
Fierce Detonation

GT Super 17 Saga

Reviewed 6.18.2004

Avg. Expanded Rating: 4.6
Avg. Focused Rating: 4.6


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

Matthew Low
Black Frieza’s Fierce Detonation – GT Super 17 Saga
Common - #9
Combat – Energy

Power: Energy attack doing 8 life cards of damage. 4: For the rest of Combat, when you use a card to discard (or remove from the game) a card from your opponent's hand or Discard Pile, remove the top 3 cards of his Life Deck.

As I’ve said before, Black got good cards in Super 17 Saga. This is one of them.

Decent to big energy at a hefty cost, but who really cares. Black is all about discarding cards from your opponent’s hand and discard pile now a days, especially with CS and Energetic Mastery. Thus, play this and if you do it right, you can remove a good 15 cards off the top of your opponent’s deck and it wouldn’t even be damage.

You should start out with this early enough to abuse it, but remember that you might want to rid your opponent’s hand of threats first. Big gameplay decisions run on this card, so use it wisely.

The big key with this card is it can remove a Dragon Ball. Keep that in mind. This should instill fear in most DB decks, with them knowing they’ll need to ball out fast or just plain not stay in combat.

Bottom line is this card will keep the pressure on many decks that have certain cards they need to run their deck. Don’t overlook the potential this card can bring. Try it out. You never know what it will do for you. Whether it is Focused or Expanded, it should help any form of beatdown/hand/discard pile manipulation.

Expanded: 4.6 out of 5.0 (kill those DB decks, Energetic Mastery control)
Focused: 4.6 out of 5.0 (one of the few attacks you should definitely consider running in Black)
Sealed: 4.0 out of 5.0 (still decent from the get go)

Da Krillin
Mystique Gohon  


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