Six Flowers of Phantasm, Shirayuki
Six Flowers of Phantasm, Shirayuki

Six Flowers of Phantasm, Shirayuki
– #G-BT13/042EN

[CONT](Hand/Deck):This card is also regarded as “Fantasy Petal Storm, Shirayuki”. [AUTO](VC):[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard them] When this unit attacks or is attacked, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose one of your opponent’s vanguards, and it gets [Power]-10000 until end of that battle for each of your units with “Shirayuki” in its card name. (The value may even be negative)
Date Reviewed: January 16, 2018

Rating: 2.25

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

Reviews Below:


Shirayuki decks are fun, I guess, but not entirely what you call ‘aggressive’. I mean, this card works, basically turning a spare Grade 3 into a 10k shield, but you probably wouldn’t ever use this to pitch a Grade 1 and 2, because you might as well just guard with them, unless the opponent’s using a Glory skill or whatever. First skill exists only to proc original Shirayuki who more often than not is the intended ride, if only because OG Shirayuki drains more power and has more bang for buck.

Sad that you have to combine this with Hidden Scroll and really old support like Oboro Cart, which clones and then doesn’t let you keep any of it to make the deck work. Cosmetic Snowfall Shirayuki is your only real plus here.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  So, a small story time: in one of my previous relationships, she wanted to learn how to play Vanguard, and she saw Shirayuki and wanted to build a deck around her, so I helped her with building a deck around her and Kagura Bloome, so I have a small bittersweet feeling about Shirayuki as it reminds me of her (though her and I are still close friends). Anyway, back to the card: This newer Shirayuki is definitely better than its predecessor as it’s not restricted to Limit Break, a Counterblast or even a Persona Blast. Not to mention that the opposing Vanguard loses 10k for every Shirayuki you have on your field either on attack or when you’re getting attacked, so it works nicely after using the new G4 Shirayuki’s GB3 to deal extra attacks.  However, given that Shirayuki doesn’t exactly have much support, these numbers are pretty limited.  Personally, if you’re going to play Shirayuki, make sure that it’s mainly for fun.

Rating: 2.5/5       Artwork: 4/5

Next Time: G4 Ex.

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