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Orange Fishing Drill

GT Baby Saga

Reviewed 5.26.2004

Avg. Expanded Rating: 3.5
Avg. Focused Rating: 4.3


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

Matthew Low
Orange Fishing Drill – GT Baby Saga
Ultra Rare - #251
Drill – Non-Combat

Power: Immediately after you deal damage with 1 of your Orange Style attacks, you may search your opponent's Life Deck for a Non-Dragon Ball card and discard it.

Still reviewing Baby Saga are we?
This is one of the pretty decent Baby Saga URs that could easily be playable in many different decks. I can see this being played in a variety of different Orange beatdown decks to get rid of choice cards. More or less, it is like tacking on 1 life to all your attacks, but you get to pick which one. Combo this with something like Majin Buu’s Heel Kick, and you can have trouble cards like City In Turmoil gone for good.

Technique Mastery can double this card up, while the MBS Mastery can get it out quickly. I wouldn’t see this as a staple in Aura Mastery/ally decks, but you might consider it if you run a plethora of Orange attacks.

This is a good card but by no means a staple. Pretty much what I would consider a good choice for a UR; something that you don’t have to have, but a decent card to help many different archtypes.

I wouldn’t see this in straight DB decks because then you’ll have to run a good amount of Orange energies. Maybe in beatball variants, which would allow you to nuke HUH??? in the process of beating your opponent.

Overall I would test this out in many Orange beatdown variants. You never know when destroying choice cards can help you out, especially if you run a good amount of anti-discard pile in cards like Master Roshi’s Gawking Drill and Kid Buu’s Prepped Crash.

Expanded: 3.5 out of 5.0 (decent for many archtypes, worthy of trying out)
Focused: 4.3 out of 5.0 (with fewer options, definitely worth using)
Sealed: 3.0 out of 5.0 (depends if you actually get Orange cards, not too many things you need to get rid of outside of Endurance)

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