Push through! Otherwise, crush it!
[AUTO](VC):When your unit attacks, COST [Soul Blast (1)], and move all of your force markers to that unit’s circle.
[AUTO](VC)1/Turn:When the attack of your unit on a circle with a force marker does not hit, draw a card, choose one of your opponent’s rear-guards, and retire it.
Deadheat Bullspike is one of the captains on Spike Brothers! He is one of the best players in the league. He is an aggressive unit with a lot of power! Deadheat Bullspike displays his athletic abilities with his two abilities! Deadheat Bullspike also has the Imaginary Gift: Force!
Deadheat Bullspike moves all of your Force Markers to a unit’s circle when it attacks the opponent. All of your units can gain the power from every Force Marker on the field. The ability creates a very strong offense with a lot of pressure. In addition, Deadheat Bullspike does not have any limitations. You can activate this ability as many times as you want. All three units in your front row can potentially gain power from all of your Force Markers
Furthermore, this ability works well with Imaginary Gift: Force I. The power stacks from Force 1, and the critical from Force 2 does not stack. You want the type of gift that stacks power. You can create very powerful columns with every unit.
Deadheat Bullspike retires a rear-guard, and allows you to draw a card when your unit with a Force Mark does not hit the opponent. This ability forces the opponent to pick his or her poison. You can gain an advantage if an attack fails. Deadheat Bullspeak retires an opponent’s important rear-guard. You can retire an interceptor to weaken the opponent’s defense.
Furthermore, this ability does not have any setbacks if an attack is a success or failure. You will be rewarded an extra draw. You can build your hand for more offense or defense to defend your vanguard. One to three cards can potentially be added to your hand from this ability.
Play these cards with Deadheat Bullspike in the standard format!
- Commander, Garry Gannon
- Jackknife Janice
- Treasured, Black Panther
Unfortunately, Deadheat Bullspike is not a good card for the premium format. His abilities only work when he is your vanguard. Your vanguard will be a G-Unit. You will not be using his abilities. Deadheat Bullspike’s amazing abilities do not offer an advantage in this format.
Generic G-Units are the best cards to play with Deadheat Bullspike in the premium format. The best card to play with him is Great Titlist, Villain Verminous. Deadheat Bullspike creates an Imaginary Gift: Force, and Great Titlist, Villain Verminous requires Force Markers. The two units have some synergy with each other.
Play these cards with Deadheat Bullspike in the premium format!
- Great Titlist, Villain Verminous
Overall, Deadheat Bullspike is a fantastic vanguard for Spike Brothers in the standard format. His ability to rearrange Force Markers creates a strong offense. Every unit has the potential to gain a lot of power from all of your Force Markers. In addition, Deadheat Bullspike generates an advantage with the ability to retire rear-guards and draw cards. Deadheat Bullspike will be scoring many touchdowns for Spike Brothers.
Premium Format: (1 / 5)
Standard Format: (5 / 5)