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Black Preparation


Card Ratings
Average Score: 4.2

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

Date Reviewed - 09.21.05


Matthew Low
Black Preparation - Dragon Ball Z Re-Z Arrival Common - #11 Event Combat

2: Search your deck for a Black style Support and play it.

Tutoring is good; overpriced tutoring usually isn't. You'd need to pay 2 stages plus the cost of the tutored card itself, so whatever you get better be worth it. Not to mention your opponent can turn around and nuke whatever you put out in their next phase, thereby wasting your 3-5 stages or so, which can quite cripple you. Now if the Support was free I'd run this, but now it seems a bit costly, especially with Black's high costs. Sure you can pull Dragon Support and Z Warriors Support, but even then it would be hard to abuse them seeing you have to have stages and not let anyone touch them first.

2.4 out of 4

Refill - Dragon Ball Z Re-Z Arrival
Rare - #232
Event Combat

0: Put the top 3 cards from your discard pile at the bottom of your life deck.

Limit 1 per deck. Remove from the game after use.

I'd go as far as to say that this card is a near staple with the current state of the game. It's a free regeneration of three cards, and seeing that this game often goes down to the life card, you often can't pass this up.
Sure there are a few decks that don't need this because they can have a bigger deck differential in another attack, but for the most part, it should be run for lack of something better. Quite a few decks out there only deal 3 damage with a regular attack from their hand anyway, and this one gives you three guaranteed for free as long as you don't use it with no discard.

4.4 out of 5


Black Preparation

Ok, first off, sorry I was gone for awhile. But I am back now, not with the longest reviews, but I hope I can help.

Ok, this card PWNS in Black Decks. You can get a Black style support card and play it.

There is only one down side. You HAVE to play it. You can’t just get it and save it for later in the game. But it’s really not all that bad anyway. It’s just one of the cards that owns if you use it at the right time. Yah, I’ll give this card a decent rating, just as long as you use it in a Black Deck. Also, don’t count it out just yet. With the release of newer sets later on, there well be some good cards.

Black Deck: 4/5

Anywhere else that isn’t a Black Deck: 0/5


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