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Gohan's Anger


Card Ratings
Average Score: 4.1

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

Date Reviewed - 11.30.05


Matthew Low
Gohan's Anger - Showdown
Uncommon #62
Combat - Event

1: Your opponent may lose up to 3 stages. For each stage he does not lose with this effect, gain 1 stage.

The best card in the set. Enough said. At least I think so. Gohan is amazing in Namekian and Black, and this complements him perfectly. Namekian relies on stage denial; that's what this does. Black has huge attacks; this gives either the time or the stages to perform them.

Either way it gives stages, so people now have more of a reason to try out Gohan - Resolute Ally. Either way, both Gohan - Confident Youth Level 1 and Gohan - Playful Saiyan Level 2 are amazing MPs.

It is only not perfect because you have to have Gohan and your opponent might pick the one you don't want.

GDK Gohan's Anger
This card is just awesome. This adds either stage denial on your opponent, or stage gain for decks that could use more stages. Use in a Namekian deck for more stage denial or even more gain, or in black to try and offset the high costs of black cards. 4.5/5


Gohan’s Anger
1: Your opponent may lose up to 3 stages. For each stage he does not lose with this effect, you may gain a stage.

Well, we’re back after a nice long break… x_X’ School caught up with me big time. Between that and Marching Band… Anywho, enough of my life. *Gains attention from the last 3 readers* =/ Oh well. Time for our review, and a nice one it is. Gohan’s anger is an event (good) that causes your opponent to lose stages (good) or you to gain stages (great) that can only be played by Gohan obv. (good). Now, from what I’ve played and seen, Gohan is a good personality, with his Lv. 1 and now his new Lv. 2. Both work well with Black and Namekian. That is why this card is good in that it is Gohan named. Being an event is good, however, some events just aren’t worth running. This however, is one of those that is worth running, specially since there is no TES in this new game. Why? Because you gain a tactical advantage of 3 stages regardless. Your opponent loses a max of 3 stages or you gain a max of 3 stages. Not to mention the fact that you can mix and match too. By this I mean that if your opponent only has 2 stages to take then you still gain 1 stage as well. Now, for a net of a 2 stage advantage, this card is worth running with Gohan. I say net because you will lose a stage regardless, though that can and will be made up. Imagine the fun with Paid Off… In a Namekian, Saiyan, or Black deck that would be sick, though Gohan is teched towards Namekian and Black. Regardless, this is a staple for Gohan and should yield good results for the user.

Rating: 4/5 (Putting your opponent in a lose-lose situation: Priceless)


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