Unit of The Week: Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival

A knight…..has something he would stake everything in order to protect. 

[ACT](VC):Legion20000Oath Liberator, Aglovale” (If your opponent’s vanguard is grade 3 or greater, this unit may return four cards from your drop zone into your deck once, search your deck for the specified card, and Legion)
[AUTO](VC):When this unit Legion, look at four cards from the top of your deck, search for up to one card with “Liberator” in its card name from among them, call it to an open (RC), and put the rest on the bottom of your deck in any order.
[AUTO](VC):When this unit attacks a vanguard, this unit gets [Power]+2000 until end of that battle.

The Legion era was my favorite formats from the original Cardfight!! Vanguard series. It was short-lived, but I enjoyed it. Bushiroad introduced a new line of Liberators in Divine Judgment of the Bluish Flames. They are the Bluish Flame Liberators! Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival was the first Legion for this new archetype within an archetype. His abilities support all Liberators. You may play him in any Liberator deck to liberate the world!

Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival’s first skill activates when he performs Legion! You may look at the top four cards of your deck and superior call one card with Liberator in its name. This ability was one of the first skills from a Gold Paladin to give options. It corrects Gold Paladin’s weakness during the clan’s early years. Most cards said you can only superior call the top card of the deck, and you may sometimes call a trigger. Percival can keep your triggers in your deck, and you can pick the best card from the four cards.

Furthermore, his skill is designed to support Oath Liberator, Aglovale. Calling Aglovale will trigger his ability. Oath Liberator, Aglovale superior calls a card after he is called to the field. You are able to quickly call two units to the field with a low cost. Your formation can be powerful with the right pieces on the field. Superior call Liberator of Royalty, Phallon to give offense to your formation, or superior call History Liberator, Merron to search for a copy of Percival to perform a second Legion or a stride.

Finally, Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival’s second skill increases his power by 2,000 when he attacks a vanguard. His Legion’s power will be 22,000 before receiving a boost from a rear-guard. A boost from Bordgal Liberator will increase his power to 32,000. This level of power was huge in the Legion era. The game lacked defensive options. However, this amount of power is not threatening in today’s game. Generation Guardians can handle attacks with 30,000 or greater power.

Overall, Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival is a good card from a trial deck. His value has dropped after better Legions were created for the Bluish Flames. His Legion skill is useful for searching for a rear-guard to superior call to the field. His supporting cast of characters continues to call more units. However, you can only use this skill when he performs Legion, and you can only use it again if you use ride a copy of Percival to perform a second Legion. Unleash the bluish flames to liberate the world with Bluish Flame Liberator, Percival!

Card Rating: 3 out of 5

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