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Going Super Saiyan
 

GT Baby Saga

Reviewed 5.07.2004

Avg. Expanded Rating: 2.7
Avg. Focused Rating: 3.0

 

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


Matthew Low
Going Super Saiyan Ė GT Baby Saga
Organized Play Promo Ė OP6
Combat Event

Power: Remove 9 cards in your Discard Pile from the game: Advance your MP 1 level.

This would have been completely broken in Z, but of course weíre in GT now. Thus, while this is the card many people dreamed of seeing, it isnít all that great.

Youíre now allowed to level in your power up step by removing 10 cards from your discard pile. This, of course, occurs only once per turn. And only if you choose GT leveling rules. So with that in mind, why would you play this card when you already have a function built in?

Using this card shuts down your MPPV if you choose Z leveling rules. You can try this card out in decks that you use Z leveling rules to level, but donít intend to win that way. It allows you to have different options mid-game, leveling mid-turn without leveling your opponent in the process. It will also allow you to level more than once in a turn using GT leveling rules, which could be quite interesting to throw your opponent off.

Combo this with Saiyan Supreme Mastery and it will allow you to auto regen 9 Saiyan cards during Combat, which could help save you in many situations.

More or less, this is something you have to think about. If you want to level, but want to use the WEC of your previous level, you might consider this an option. If you have a reason to level mid-combat for some chaining, consider this. It doesnít work in anger and donít see much use for it in stasis DB, but it is something to think about for some high personality level beatdown (where you attempt to gain higher levels just for the card powers).

Expanded: 2.7 out of 5.0 (meh, ok if youíre trying out some wacky combo)
Focused: 3.0 out of 5.0 (decent, gives you speed but one less card isnít going to make much of a difference)
Sealed: N/A
 

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