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Namekian Blinding Ray


Card Ratings
Average Score: 3.125

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

Date Reviewed - 06.12.06

Jared aka
Namekian Blinding Ray-Arrival #127

Energy Combat

To start off, I've just joined the COTD Review crew. Namekian Blinding Ray inflicts AT dmg and costs 3 stages. Worth it? I don't think so. 3 stages for AT damage doesn't make the cut. The only saving grace this card has is the "SUCCESSFUL" effect: choose up to 3 cards from your discards and put them at the bottom of your life deck. While this card would have been much better had the effect immediately following the cost text, it's chance in a heated battle would be iffy. Then again, stopping attacks are not as common as refocusing against them, and having this attack refocused or prevented doesn't take away the main point in playing it-the regen. Then again (sorry for the repeat) the "SUCCESSFUL" effect could give your opponent the incentive to stop THIS attack over another. This card should only be played in Namekian, and even then, you shouldn't waste 3 copies taking up deck space. There are far better cards in Namekian for invaluable deck space. Still, it can be effective to an extent.

My verdict: a card that should be played when you HAVE 3 stages to spare.


Namekian Blinding Ray

Good card due to the fact your paying three stages to do 7 damage and possible regain 3 cards. At this stage in the game regeneration is crucial, b/c cards like spirit bomb and finishers are out there. Very good card, however I will have to give a lower score because of the high cost. 3.5/5


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