Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Vanguard - english vol 1 (released on 3rd December 2011)


Cardfight!! Vanguard is a trading card game for all ages that was first released in February 2011 in Japan, and had since rapidly gained popularity in the Japanese as well as overseas trading card games communities.

The game sets around a planet called Cray, where magic, science and mythical creatures exist. Featuring many unique game-play systems, it is a truly revolutionary and exciting trading card game!

Cardfight!! Vanguard, one of the most exciting and popular trading card games from Japan, had came to Singapore on the 3rd of December! Featuring English version trial decks of the Royal Paladins and Kagero clans, as well as the volume one booster pack, The Descent of the King of Knights!

Choosing the trial deck

Currently, there are only 2 trial decks released, which are the Royal Paladin deck and the Kagero deck. For easy-to-plan decks, players can choose the Kagero deck. The Kagero deck is already very strong but for players who are always looking for challenge, they can always go for the Royal Paladin deck.

Cardfight!! Vanguard Trial Deck 「Blaster Blade」

The new era card game!
Time of the much anticipated release has finally arrived!!
The protagonist, Sendou Aichi's deck “Blaster Blade” is a deck consisting of the holy knights from the Royal Paladin and his trump card, Blaster Blade.

Cardfight!! Vanguard Trial Deck 「Dragonic Overlord」

The protagonist's rival, Kai Toshiki's deck “Dragonic Overlord” consists of the empire's almighty dragon force, the Kagero.
His trump card, Dragonic Overlord

Cardfight!! Vanguard Booster Pack Volume 1 「Descent of the King of Knights」

Deck Building

First, players must know what cards are found in their deck and this is a basic reminder for players when trying to form a deck. For Vanguard, we would advise you to have 17 level 0. The reason is that you can put up to 16 triggers in your deck and also within the 16 triggers, only a maximum of 4 can be of the heal trigger. The last 1 would be your starting vanguard card that should not be a trigger.

For level 1 to 3, players are advised to have around 13 cards for level 1, 12 cards for level 2 and 8 cards for level 3 as this is to be sure that you will be able to draw them at the start of the game or you might find it quite hard trying to ride to a higher grade during the game play.

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