Unit of The Week: Exculpate the Blaster (V Series)

Inmeasurable Blade

[AUTO](VC):When placed, COST [Counter Blast (1)], choose one card from your soul, put all of the other cards from your soul into the drop zone, and when this unit attacks during this turn, this unit battles all of your opponent’s units in one attack.
[AUTO](VC):At the end of the battle that it attacked, put two cards from your hand into your soul, retire this unit, and ride a “Blaster Blade” from your soul as [Stand]. If you could not ride, you lose.

Blaster Blade the legendary warrior from Cray reaches a new level of power to conquer the darkness. No enemy is too tall for our hero to conquer. He searches deep within himself to unleash his fullest potential. Blaster Blade transforms into Exculpate the Blaster. This newfound power enhances the legendary blade. His unstoppable blade vanishes all of his foes in a single strike.

Exculpate the Blaster attacks all of your opponents in a single attack. This skill is great for clearing your opponent’s established field. Your opponent will not be able to guard all of his or her rear-guards. Clans such as Aqua Force and Nova Grappler will crumble. They cannot sustain their strategies without their rear-guards.

Unleash Blaster Blade!

Furthermore, Exculpate the Blaster’s second skill superior rides Blaster Blade from your hand. This ability gives you a second attack from a vanguard. Then, Blaster Blade benefits from at least two Force Markers on his circle. Blaster Blade becomes a formidable opponent with these markers at later stages of games. These markers will raise his power to 30,000 before receiving a booster from a rear-guard.

Additionally, Exculpate the Blaster utilizes Blaster Blade’s second skill. Blaster Blade gains an additional critical when you have four or more rear-guards. In addition to Exculpate the Blaster’s assault, your opponent must also prevent Blaster Blade from hitting his or her vanguard. Blaster Blade with two Force Markers and criticals delivers intense pressure to your opponent. A second attack from a vanguard can overwhelm your opponent.

However, you must have Blaster Blade in your hand to effectively play Exculpate the Blaster. Do not ride Exculpate the Blaster without having Blaster Blade in your hand. You will automatically lose the game if you are unable to superior ride Blaster Blade from your hand. Be patient to draw Blaster Blade or change your strategy. Alfred Early and King of Knights, Alfred are good vanguards, and can win games for you. I have won many games with Alfred as my vanguard.

Play these cards with Exculpate the Blaster

Overall, Exculpate the Blaster is the ultimate¬†evolution of Blaster Blade. He is the perfect finisher in the standard format. He can quickly turn a game in your favor. His first skill retires all of your opponent’s units. Then, Blaster Blade deals the winning strike for the victory!

Card Rating: 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

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