Cardfight!! Vanguard TCG – Marine General of the Heavenly Scales, Tidal Bore Dragon (G-TD04/001) – G Trial Deck 4: Blue Cavalry of the Divine Marine Spirits

Cardfight!! Vanguard is a Japanese trading card game published by Bushiroad. It was created in collaboration between Akira Ito (Yu-Gi-Oh! R), Satoshi Nakamura (Duel Masters), and Bushiroad president Takaaki Kidani. The game was also released in conjunction with a TV anime series. In the game, players “ride” a unit as their Vanguard, which represents them on the board. They may also summon other units as Rear Guards to attack or support. The game is won by doing 6 points of damage to the opponent’s Vanguard.

Card Name: Marine General of the Heavenly Scales, Tidal Bore Dragon

Card Number: G-TD04/001

Clan: Aqua Force

Critical: 1

Grade / Skill: Grade 4 / Triple Drive!!!

Nation: Magallanica

Power: 15000+

Race: Tear Dragon

Rarity: TD

Unit: G Unit

Card Effect: (This card cannot be in your main deck) Stride (Released when both players’ vanguards are grade 3 or greater!)-Stride Step-[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard them] Stride this card on your (VC) from face down. (When this card Strides, it gains the power and name from one heart. At the end of the turn, return it face up.) [AUTO](VC):When this unit’s attack hits a vanguard, if it is the third battle of that turn or more, draw a card, choose up to one card from your hand, and call it to (RC).

Product Features

  • A single individual card from the Cardfight!! Vanguard trading and collectible card game (TCG/CCG).
  • This is of TD rarity.
  • From the G Trial Deck 4: Blue Cavalry of the Divine Mari… set.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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