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Gohan« Lv. 1
Arrival

 

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 - 09.02.05

 

Matthew Low
GohanR - Confident Youth Level 1 - Dragon Ball Z Re-Z Arrival
Common - 30
Personality - Main
Saiyan, Human

1: (Physical Attack doing 4 damage) You may choose to not discard to use
your Mastery this turn.
Power Stages: 3000-0

Uber greatness. Gohan is the big center of my GenCon Indy deck, being the MP
and all. 1:4 is a a great tradeoff, and in Namekian and Black it turns into
card advantage that doesn't make you take a life card. Definitely use his
power every turn to take advantage of his cost to damage effectiveness.

To top that off, he's both a Saiyan and a Human. That can be bad against
other Nappas, but also good. As a Human, you can abuse Tien's Help and
Yamcha's Stance, which is what I did and worked like a charm.

His named card is pointless so don't run it. Gohan's Dream works only with
Goku.

A base of three consistent except for top and bottom stage makes him
somewhat decent. Gohan is in my opinion one of the best characters to play
as, so don't pass him up if you want a quick, cost effective deck.

4.8 out of 5.0
 

Trunks
 
Gohan« Lv. 1
Card Number: 30
Card Type: Personality - Main
Rarity: Common
Expansion: Arrival
Card Text:
Saiyan, Human 1 (Physical Attack doing 4 damage): You may choose to not discard to use your Mastery this turn.
Power Stages: 3000-0

Mathew Low’s recent success proves the purpose of running this Gohan. There are two masteries you can run him with: Black and Namekian. Black isn’t a good choice as there are maybe a total of 3-6 blocks run in every deck, negating the point of the mastery. That leaves Namekian which is sick in stage gaining if played right. To put it simple, it’s an easy combo that starts off on the table: Gohan’s power for a nice 4 damage and then gain 2 stages during your next turn. You can even have a little bit of fun with Paid Off. There isn’t much to really say other then that Gohan is good and that he is a great choice for if you plan on running Namekian.

Rating: 4.6/5
 

 


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