Lantana Musketeer, Rozeeta
Lantana Musketeer, Rozeeta

Lantana Musketeer, Rozeeta
– #G-EB02/020EN

[AUTO](VC):When your G unit with “Musketeer” in its original card name Stride, look at four cards from the top of your deck, call up to one card with “Musketeer” in its card name from among them to (RC), and shuffle your deck. [CONT](VC) Generation Break 1:You may pay “Counter Blast (1) & Choose two normal units with “Musketeer” in their card names from your drop zone, and put them on the bottom of your deck in any order” as the cost for Stride of your G unit with “Musketeer” in its card name.
Date Reviewed: February 14, 2018

Rating: 2.88

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 is bad. 3 is average.  5 is great.

Reviews Below:


So we now have enough Stride-friendly G3s in Musketeers for a full lineup. Between this and Mia Reeta, this is basically Mia Reeta except easier to use, but with less bang for buck: less calls means less combos. Even so, I vastly prefer this. I’m not down with using Tatiana as the only other method to Stride since we don’t run Padmini in Musketeers and Kagero can snipe it all too easily, so free Stride fodder is vastly more welcome. Definitely not perfect since it costs CB1, whereas something like Luard is free, but it’s something the deck can get away with.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  While I’m not a huge fan of the holiday (as I’m normally single during this time period), I first want to say Happy Valentines Day to those that are either happily taken and having to spend money on flowers and chocolate, and to those fellow single people who are waiting for tomorrow where the Valentines candy becomes half off (at least that’s what I’m waiting on).  But speaking of flowers, today’s card involves the flower based warriors of Neo Nectar, the infamous Musketeers, and the newest flower of the garden is Rozeeta (which would make you think that it’s a rose based Musketeer, but it’s not and is based on a pseudo weed…much like how Musketeers play).  Rozeeta’s on Stride skill, while not as powerful as her counterpart, Mia Reeta, is still a great card to help get a field ready and to continue your calling combos, not to mention that recycling 2 non-trigger Musketeers and CB1 makes a free Musketeer Stride means that you can recycle your combo pieces and continue the madness.  As much as I hate to say it, this might make Musketeers even more annoying than they already are…damn weeds…

Rating: 3/5

Artwork: 3.5/5

Next Time: Does this old rose still bloom nicely, or has it finally withered?

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