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card review Victorious Gaial Kaiser/Gaial Ore Dragon, the Vainglory: Victory Meteor Kaiser, Victory Pudding Pudding, and UNFINISHED.

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Victorious Gaial Kaiser/Gaial Ore Dragon, the Vainglory: click to enlarge
Victorious Gaial Kaiser/Gaial Ore Dragon, the Vainglory

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*  Speed attacker (This creature doesn't get summoning sickness.)

*  During the turn this creature was put into the battle zone, this creature can attack untapped creatures.

(At the start of the game, separate your psychic creatures from your deck and put them into the hyperspatial zone. If a psychic creature would leave the battle zone, return it to the hyperspatial zone instead.)


*  Speed attacker (This creature doesn't get summoning sickness.)

*  Hunting (During battle, this creature gets +1000 power for each of your Hunter creatures in the battle zone)

*  When this creature wins a battle, untap this creature, then choose two of your opponent's shields. Add those shields to your opponent's hand.

*  World breaker (This creature breaks all of your opponent's shields.)

*  Link Release (When this creature would leave the battle zone, return 1 psychic cell to your hyperspatial zone and flip the other cards instead.)

  • Collector Number: V3
  • Rarity: Victory Rare
  • Type: Psychic Super Creature
  • Race: Red Command Dragon/Hunter//Rainbow Command Dragon/Hunter
  • Power: 5000/26000
  • Cost: 7/30
  • Civilization: Light/Water/Darkness/Fire/Nature
  • Artist: Ishibashi Yosuke
Victorious Gaial Kaiser/Gaial Ore Dragon, the Vainglory
Victory Meteor Kaiser, Victory Pudding Pudding, and UNFINISHED.

written by rks_blitzer Premium Member LV23
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The best group of psychic link parts ever made.

Artwork, aesthetics, and theme:


For all intents and purposes, Victorious Meteor Kaiser looks exactly like his DMR-02 incarnation, Eternal Meteor Kaiser. Same fiery nose horn, same ears, same blue-black dragon wings, same fiery chain with a sword attached to it... at least they both look pretty awesome.


The same is true for Victorious Gaial Kaiser and Gaial Kaiser (if you want me to describe what Gaial Kaiser looks like, go here). However, Victorious Gaial Kaiser's different pose makes it look different. Its shoulders and legs are more prominent than in Gaial Kaiser's artwork, and it shows that VGK only has one toe. And it really does have two swords (not one, Jun; look closely at the left).


However, Victorious Pudding Pudding actually does look different from Pudding Pudding, the Eternal. They still are the same person, but there are quite a few differences:
■ While Pudding Pudding, the Eternal's hair is free-flowing, Victorious Pudding Pudding's is tied up in bundles.
■ Pudding Pudding, the Eternal's dress is frillier, and the sleeves are poofier.
■ Victorious Pudding Pudding has no umbrella.
The overall effect is that Victorious Pudding Pudding is Pudding Pudding, the Eternal, geared up and ready for battle.

[TO BE CONTINUED]


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Modified on May 8, 2012 09:56 pm



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