Six Flowers of Phantasms, Shirayuki
– #V-SS07/029EN (RRR)
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale: 1 is awful. 3 is average. 5 is great.
Good grief. Just in time to see the first Shirayuki come back to 4 copies, too. Now, while in the deck or Drop Zone this shares the same name as OG Shirayuki so any support for it like Rainy Madame and Jakotsu Girl applies to this card too. Compared to the first Shirayuki, this drops power on Guardian Circle placement, and only affects one unit as opposed to the opponent’s entire front row, but in exchange for the specific circle and restriction to one unit, it drops a LOT more power, a whole 30k, which is basically one entire Sentinel Critical Trigger, for Soulblast 2. Defensively, that’s neat if you would rather deal with one problematic unit, and with the new support that got released at the same time as this soul shouldn’t be THAT much of an issue.
It’s the third skill that catches the interest. Now, it states OPEN rear-guard circles, so you’ll have to empty one somehow in order to be able to chain attacks with this as your Vanguard. One such unit could be Reikou Slug who can bottom-deck a unit to give power, or the newly released Tsurarahime to bounce a unit back to hand, but with those units, it gives the Shirayuki deck a big boost to offensive pressure, and combos well with Accel Circles to be able to swing without a booster in addition to the power drops.
Solid. Gives offense, support for a deck that gives defense, and actually decently simple to build if you jumped on the Shirayuki train early.
We would love more volunteers to help us with our Card of the Day reviews. If you want to share your ideas on cards with other fans, feel free to drop us an email. We’d be happy to link back to your blog / YouTube Channel / etc. 😉
Visit the Cardfight Card of the Day Archive! Click here to read more CV Cards of the Day.