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Orange Dinner


Card Ratings
Average Score: 4.7

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

Date Reviewed - 08.16.05


Matthew Low
Orange Dinner - Dragon Ball Z Re-Z Arrival
Rare - #215
Support - Constant

Power: (Limit 1 per deck.) 3: CONSTANT - When you perform a successful
attack, you may search your Life Deck for an Orange styled Support and put
it in play.

Orange's big power card. Drop this early game and start spewing out all your
"drills" like a madman. This affects your card powers, so make sure to just
throw everything you can to get your setup out for free. Remember attacks
that are refocused against still hit, so take that to your advantage.

The downside is that it can easily be removed with Red Shout, Yamcha's
Stance, Saiyan Triangle Burst, and the like. The fact that it is limit 1
puts a damper on it. But either way you won't be playing Orange without this
card. If you can manage to pull a good amount of drills out early game, you
should have a good shot at controlling the board. assuming Orange Lunge and
Namekian Concentration don't ruin your day.

4.7 out of 5.0
Richard Barbee Orange Dinner


(Limit 1 Per Deck) 3: CONSTANT – When you perform a successful attack, you may search your Life Deck for an Orange styled Support and put it into play.

One word for this card. BROKE. Paying 3 stages can be kinda costy in this game, but the effect is killer. Every successful attack you perform (and there will likely be a lot as blocks aren’t run as much) gets you a free Orange styled Support. How kewl is that? There are plenty out there, so just pick one and have fun. I don’t know much about the supports though, but it’s free supports for every attack you make successful. How can that be bad?

Rating: 4.7/5


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