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Blue Doll Dress Up
 

Lost Episodes

Reviewed 01.27.2005

Avg. Expanded Rating: 3
Avg. Focused Rating: 4

 

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


Matthew Low
Blue Doll Dress Up
Uncommon - #61
Non-Combat – Setup

Power: If your opponent has performed at least 1 successful attack this Combat, and you have not taken any damage this Combat, search your Life Deck for a Non-Dragon Ball card and put it into your hand. Remove from the game after use. Limit 2 per deck.
Endurance: 0

Whee… Blue Terror is back. Well not as good but still. Blue Prevention got this amazing card, and if you use it right, you greatly benefit.

The ability to search out basically any card is extremely powerful, but you’ll have to set it up so that that occurs. Fortunately, a lot of Blue decks these days are prevention, so it makes it quite easy. If you pack in a bunch of prevention and are a deck that tends to stay in combat a bit, I don’t see any reason why you wouldn’t consider this. It will either get you what you need or stop your opponent from throwing an initial weak attack (or any attack for that matter).

Try it out. Sure it won’t work in every deck, but if you’re Blue Prevention, it might.

Expanded: 3.2 out of 5.0 (Prevention has some play value)
Focused: 3.8 out of 5.0 (more prevention here)
Sealed: 1.7 out of 5.0 (might be a bit hard but chance it could work)
 
Scott Guy Blue Doll Dress Up
Card Type: Setup

Power: If your opponent has performed at least 1 succesful attack this Combat, and you have not take any damage this Combat, search your Life Deck for a Non-Dragon Ball card and put it into your hand. Remove from the game after use. Limit 2 per deck.

This card is really powerful for an uncommon. Prevent all damage from your opponents first attack and you get to search your deck for about anything you could want aside from balls. Blue Destruction and Amplified should run
2 of these. It loses some points in Expanded though.

4.5/5 Focused
2.5/5 Expanded

 
Richard Barbee Blue Doll Dress Up

Non-Combat, Setup

Power: If your opponent has performed at least 1 succesful attack this Combat, and you have not take any damage this Combat, search your Life Deck for a Non-Dragon Ball card and put it into your hand. Remove from the game after use. Limit 2 per deck.

Interesting card today Well, I m not a big fan of Dolls, but this card is decent. Let s take a look at it s pros and cons. First, you ve got the fact that it s any card. How many cards do that for you? A few come to mind (Terror, Myuu Lv.4, Myuu Lv.5, etc.) Next, it is a setup, so it doesn t sit in your hand and cannot be TES d/Pure Defense d. Now for the cons Which include about everything else. If your opponent has preformed at least 1 succesful attack this Combat, and you have not taken any damage this Combat, search your life deck for a Wow, a little long winded, not to mention weird. So, more or less, your opponent has to hit you, but you can t take damage from it. GREAT. That means I HAVE to run a few crappy prevent damage cards. That s not so bad in Focused, but since Blue actually has blocks in Expanded, this could pose a problem. But it s not a big problem, seeing as you can just run Blue Might Drill (but do I really want to combo with a drill?) and protect yourself.

Expanded: 3/5 (Not bad here, but not great either. If searching means that much, just run Blue Terror)

Focused: 3.5/5 (Better here, seeing as you don t have many choices for blocks, unless all of your blocks are freestyle.)

Sealed: 1/5 (Searching could help, but odds are, you re going to take damage if you get hit)
 

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