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Vegeta Sensei (Deck Size 18)
When removing cards to advance your MP a level, you may remove 4
This card, after much changing & turmoil is last year's Grand Kai
Invitational Winner card. Well, all I can say is, this card good and
bad. The size of 18 cards (2nd biggest in Expanded) has an effect.
The 18 card size is great, especially if you want to metagame
against a single deck type or 2. But, I mostly go for DB and balance
when it comes to building a Sensei deck. This Sensei card has great
advantages to it, mostly for Focused, but it does provide advantages
to any format, and gives Saiyan Surpreme Mastery a great additive in
any Format. Want to advance a level? You don't have 10 cards in your
discard pile? With this, 6 will do. However, it's either 6 or 10
cards. It's not up to 4 cards less (I think that'd be better).
Saiyan Style decks in both Formats got the better of this Sensei.
Surpreme Mastery is a clear winner, but Blitz and Tactical with
Vegeta, Goku, or even Trunks got a boost from this Sensei. This
Sensei's Winner: Saiyan Style
Focused: 4.25/5 (You'll see it more, plus people wanna save their
Thurs - Vegeta Sensei - Probably the
most useful sensei to come out of the Shadow Dragon set.
Levelling quickly is always good, and I have seen this Sensei
used in any number of different decks. Goku Saiyan Blutz abuse,
Omega Shenron Orange Pinpoint, even black decks can use it as a
fallback if they fail to Mastery level quickly. Probably going
to be the focused sensei for awhile. The deck size is also
nice, 18 cards, 3 short of the biggest, Elder Kai, who does not
even have a power.
expanded, meh. Ball still rules expanded, and levelling really
won't help much.
In limited, it's a sensei, and
levelling quickly is never bad there.
Focused 4/5 (probably the most
all around useful sensei)
Expanded 2/5 (you MIGHT be able
to level once, before a ball deck beats you)
Limited 3/5 (depends on what
personality you are playing)
The card that Gabe Abner created. Second biggest sensei deck size
(first if you don't count Elder Kai Sensei because he's just a
sensei, and no power) Big Sensei can help with cards that remove
cards in your sensei deck to use an effect. On to the power. Remove
4 less cards in your discard pile when leveling. That can really
help you with your discard pile management, and keep you from
killing cards you need. Using this card, it helps to get to higher
levels faster, which in a lot of decks is a plus.
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