Vegeta is a proud Saiyan prince, and one of the most popular characters in Dragon Ball Z. Guys and girls love the prince of all Saiyans. I do not agree with Panini America making Vegeta a Hero so soon into the game. He is a rogue character during the Android and Cell Sagas. He was not fighting to save the world from killer androids. He wanted to destroy them and have a rematch against his rival Goku. He did not protect Bulma and his son present Trunks from danger. He only cared about his selfish goals to gain power and dominance over others.
The first time each combat one of your card effects requires you to discard 1 card from your hand, you may reveal that card instead.
Power: Use when you perform a Styled attack. You may choose for that attack to deal its life card damage as stages of damage instead.
Vegeta is stage damage beatdown Main Personality, and calculating perfectly describes his strategy. He focuses on draining opponent’s power stages to give them massive damage from physical attacks. Once per combat, you can convert your Style attack’s life card damage as stages of damage instead. Your opponent would take life card damage if his or hers Main Personality is low on power stages. Changing life card damage to stages of damage can make a huge difference. Your attack can deal both life card damage and stages of damage against weaker Main Personalities.
Vegeta On The Move
Whenever you perform a Styled attack, you may choose for that attack to deal its life card damage as stages of damage instead.
POWER: Physical attack
DAMAGE: 4 life cards.
Vegeta’s skill is a constant version of his level one’s powers. You always have the option to change life card damage to stages of damage with any attack. His power level also has a massive boost from 113,000 to 775,000. Your opponent’s scouter is going to explode!
Vegeta Super Saiyan
The first time each combat a card effect requires you to discard 1 card from your hand, you may reveal that card instead.
Whenever you perform a Styled attack, you may choose for that attack to deal its life card damage as stages of damage instead or vice versa.
Super Saiyan Vegeta is the grandmaster of Vegeta’s Hero set. This is where I want to be when playing as Vegeta. He can change stages of damage to life card damage. You can still change life card damage to stages of damage, but personally I will stick with life card damage for a swift victory. Saiyan Clothesline is a very strong card to pair with Vegeta Super Saiyan. It has the potential to do a lot of damage with its ability to double damage if Vegeta has a higher power level than your opponent’s Main Personality.
The First Styled physical attack you perform each combat cannot be stopped.
The first Style energy attack you perform each combat gains “HIT”: Search your discard pile for a physical attack card and place it into your hand.
Vegeta Elite is not nearly as good as Vegeta Super Saiyan, but its skills are still good. Your first physical attack cannot be stopped. This skill alone can win games if your opponent is low on power stages and have very few cards remaining in his or her deck. The second part of the skill simply supports part one. Grab a physical attack card and use it for your next attack. It is a nice gain for a final attack.
The Final Word
Vegeta is one of the more interesting Main Personalities in the game thus far. His strategy is surprisingly calumniating instead of being ruthless as he is known for being towards enemies. You can play him in any styles. His skills perform best in Orange, Red, and Saiyan decks. He is fantastic against decks with many energy attack cards. He limits your opponent’s ability to play energy attacks. He grains their power stages to prevent him or her from playing many energy attacks.