Ranunculus of Phantasmic Blue, Ahsha
Ranunculus of Phantasmic Blue, Ahsha

Ranunculus of Phantasmic Blue, Ahsha
– #G-EB02/009EN

[AUTO](VC):At the beginning of your ride phase, choose up to one card each from circle other than your (VC) and your drop zone, and put them on the bottom of your deck in any order. If you put two cards, draw a card, choose up to one card from your hand, and call it to (RC). [AUTO](VC):[Counter Blast (1)] When your G unit Stride, you may pay the cost. If you do, search your deck for up to one normal unit with the bloom ability, call it to (RC), shuffle your deck, and if the number of your units with the same card name as that unit is two or more, Counter Charge (1)/Soul Charge (1).
Date Reviewed: January 29, 2018

Rating: 3.25

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1 is bad. 3 is average.  5 is great.

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So we’re getting THIRD forms of Stride-based Grade 3s now. Apparently. Oh good, I don’t think. Anyway.

This new Ahsha gets around Lock by specifying cards, so if nothing else it keeps you from dying to Glendios. You’ll die to something else but hey, it’s a thought. Practically, the first skill’s just there to recycle dead things and rearrange a field, it’s not going to plus you. The Stride skill’s the most important part of her. You don’t need a card set up unlike the last 2 Ahshas and it can recharge your resources if your opponent isn’t playing the field murder game. What sucks is the restriction to Bloom cards, but one’s basically synonymous with the other so I guess that’s not a huge deal.

I’ll enjoy my Grade stall game with her though.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  With the Zoo set finally dropped, we get to have a look at all of the new goodies for Neo Nectar, Megacolony and Great Nature, so let’s stop wasting any time and have a look at our first card: Blue Ahsha.  Blue Ahsha, or Bluesha in short, negates two weaknesses that the deck has: locks and heavy retire decks. The first effect helps with locks by forcing any one card on your field and a card in your drop zone to draw a card and call a card from your hand to the field, and since it doesn’t specifically say a unit or a rear-guard, Ahsha now has an answer for Locks.  As for against heavy retire decks, like Kagero and Narukami, her on Stride allows her to call any normal Bloom unit from your deck to the field, and if you called another unit of the same name, you get a Countercharge and Soulcharge back.  Bluesha is more than your basic waifu card; it’s also a great new ace for your Bloom decks.

Rating: 3.5/5

Artwork: 4/5 (Ahsha likes to show off her…*cough*…growing buds a lot…

Next Time: God Save the Queen.

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