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Cardfight!! Vanguard G Opening 2 - Generation! by JAM Project.

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News: Claret Sword, Aurageyser Dragon and Rebel Shadow Paladins Shown in Anime

This morning’s Japanese episode of Cardfight!! Vanguard G (ride 27) partially revealed the skills of several upcoming Shadow Paladin cards from G-BT03: Sovereign Star Dragon, including what may be the titular dragon itself. Used by director Kanzaki Yuuichirou, these Shadow Paladins are comprised of a group of dissenters united under Claret Sword Dragon, who in a short novel published in last month’s issue of Monthly Bushiroad magazine challenged Blaster Dark “Diablo” for control of the Shadow Paladin clan. Their skills, as best can be reconstructed from the anime and the existing template for these types of cards, are given below the cut.

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In case you’re still not convinced that Aqua Force is the strongest in the format right now…

Here’s a 20 minute video explaining all the combos you can do with Lambros, their main G Unit.

Slaymew and Blagal

G-BT03/063 C すれいみー Slaymew
“ネコだからね。 きまぐれなんだよ。(Because they’re a cat. That they are fickle.)”
Grade 1 / Normal Unit / United Sanctuary - Gold Paladin - High Beast
Power 6000
Shield 5000
Critical 1
[Auto] [[Rearguard Circle]] [Generation Break][1] (If you have 1 or more face-up G Units in your [Vanguard Circle] or G Zone): [Retire This Unit] During the start of the Guard Step of a Battle when your Vanguard is attacked, if you have 3 or more other Rearguards, you can pay the cost. If you do, look at the top 3 cards of your Deck, choose up to 1 of them, Call it at [Rest] to the [Guardian Circle], then shuffle that Deck.

G-BT03/059 C ぶれいがる Blagal
“勇気が出るのは、仲間と一緒だから。 (They have courage because they are with their comrades.)”
Grade 2 / Normal Unit / United Sanctuary - Gold Paladin - High Beast
Power 9000
Shield 5000
Critical 1
[Auto]: [[Counter Blast](1) Card] When this Unit [Intercept]s, you can pay the cost. If you do, call the top 2 cards of your Deck to your [Guardian Circle] at [Rest].

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At first, I thought this was fucking hilarious, and that some odd side character had invaded Chrono’s home…

Then I realized the following:

1.)  This random hungerover lady is Chrono’s aunt, who he referenced like 5 minutes ago.

2.)  We have not seen her on-screen like ever until right now.

3.)  This is like 30 episodes into the show and we’ve seen Chrono alone in his apartment several times before this.

4.)  Chrono doesn’t call her his aunt or act surprised by this situation at all.  He calls her by her first name.

5.)  This implies that he:

     A:  Doesn’t respect her as an aunt.

     B:  Has to deal with this shit on a regular basis.

This basically means that Chrono lives with his alcoholic aunt.  They likely live off whatever fortune Chrono’s departed parents left them, which means that she would be literally leeching off of his own livlihood.

This is the darkest shit I can remember in this show since Misaki’s parents being dead some 200 episodes ago.  And were directly told (and hit over the head with for two episodes) that they died violently.  People are just kind of left to infer all of this, unless they touch on it later.

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I saw this on Twitter today and…UMMM!?!?!

News: Monthly Bushiroad Leaks Subclan Support for Glendios, Deletors, Seal Dragons

The latest issue of Monthly Bushiroad magazine has had its street date broken by an unspecified retailer, spoiling upcoming support in G-BT03: Sovereign Star Dragon for Link Joker’s Deletor and Kagerou’s Seal Dragon subclans. Only two new card skills were revealed from the set, Light Speed Cheetah and Immersion Star-vader Bohrium. These two cards are respective support for genericized Link Joker decks and Star-vader “Яeverse” decks.

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Images of the issue’s card lore section have also revealed another card for Deletors and one for Shadow Paladin’s witch subclan; Delighting Deletor Awiin and Witch of Black Pigeons Goewin.

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“Behold, all the evil in this world stands there before you.”

Yesterday’s Card Analysis: Abhorrent One, Gilles des Rais

Friday’s Japanese card of the day is a superpredator among vampires who stands apart from the infighting of Dark Zone’s noble houses, the Abhorrent One. A triple rare stride for Dark Irregulars from G-BT03: Sovereign Star Dragon, the Abhorrent One is a lethal finishing move that rewards cardfighters for building up their soul in a way that surpasses all of the clan’s past boss cards. Be sure to read his card lore at Arkadiaworks.

While past cards from the House of Amon series have advanced a center lane-strategy that uses the soul as a threshold to increase the vanguard’s power and critical by, and the mutant Fighter’s Collection 2014 unit Echo of Nemesis controlled the cards the opponent could guard with, the Abhorrent One unites these two ideas into a single killing blow. Several conditional factors ensure that the Abhorrent One can do progressively more damage to the opponent’s resources the longer the game goes on.

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