Cardfight!! Vanguard TCG – Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Dragonic Blademaster “Taiten” (G-BT07/003EN) – G Booster Set 7: Glorious Bravery of Radiant Sword

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: Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Dragonic Blademaster “Taiten”

Card Number: G-BT07/003EN

Clan: Angel Feather

Critical: 1

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

Nation: United Sanctuary

Power: 15000+

Race: Angel

Rarity: RRR

Card Effect: [Stride]-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.[AUTO](VC/RC):Blaze (At the beginning of each of your attack, if the number of rear-guards you have is greater than your opponent’s, your vanguard becomes blazing until end of turn)[ACT](VC)[1/Turn] Generation Break 2:[Counter Blast (1) & Choose a face down card from your G zone, and turn it face up] Choose up to the same number of your opponent’s rear-guards as the number of face up cards named “Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Dragonic Blademaster “Taiten”" in your G zone, retire them, and until end of turn, this unit gets “[CONT](VC):If this unit is blazing, this unit gets [Critical]+1.”.

Product Features

  • A single individual card from the Cardfight!! Vanguard trading and collectible card game (TCG/CCG).
  • This is of RRR rarity.
  • From the G Booster Set 7: Glorious Bravery of Radiant Sword 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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