In Heroes and Villains, each MP from the first set will debut as an Ally. With Krillin – Supportive, Hero decks have gained access to a powerful metagame tool. Since he destroys your own drills if there are no opposing targets, you’ll have to think carefully about his role in your deck. However, it is one of the few removal effects in the game that occurs outside of combat. Eventually, a drill based opponent will be forced to enter combat to deal with him. Please enjoy this preview along with nine other cards in the gallery, and look forward to Heroes and Villains hitting the shelves in early March.
Remember the introduction of Trunks? Everyone thought Frieza was dead and gone, but he returned with new enhancements. Unfortunately for him, he was unceremoniously dispatched in a few episodes – never to be heard from again (until later this year). In the DBZ TCG, Frieza has gained access to an even more impressive upgrade: Blue Overpowering Drill. In combination with Frieza – Tyrant and Blue Protective Mastery, you’ll be able to reliably advance to Level 2. From there, the drill remains in play and enables Frieza – Transformed to perform an unstoppable attack. Please enjoy this preview along with nine other cards in the gallery, and look forward to Heroes and Villains hitting the shelves in early March.
Greetings, friends! The Mailbag had a flurry of activity this week, and the frenzied demand for Heroes and Villains is palpable. For the rest of this month, each card featured in the Monday “Card of the Week” series will will be a new preview. Furthermore, image galleries (ten cards each) will be uploaded to the blog every Wednesday and Saturday until launch weekend. To get things rolling, the end of this article includes a special “Card of the Week” spotlight on Tenshinhan.