I like this Digimon card for the art, and the rarity first and foremost. The art has an almost 3D look to it, and the character name is in gold foil lettering.
This is a powerful Rookie level Angel Digimon card to have in your deck. This card would be good in any deck, but it is a Vaccine type digimon.
Strategies and game play:
This is not a new card, but because it has such high defense and offense this Rookie card can often beat Champion cards and even some Ultimate level cards.
Ways to counteract it:
Digivolve quickly to a higher level Digimon perhaps by using a Digivolve or Power Option card.
High defense, high offense.
It has a Special effect : No option card effects apply to this card (even your own). This can be a strength against your opponents cards, but a weakness to your own deck.
There are two variations that I know of: This card number BO-273 printed by Bandai in 2002 with gold lettering, and card number DM-034 printed by Bandai in 2004.
Artwork and aesthetics:
The art is great and one of my favorites from the Digimon series! It has the 3D computer graphic image style with gold lettering for the character name.
9/10 for a Rookie level Digimon!