So, how will you save them? You’re not giving up, right?
[AUTO](VC):[Choose a card with “Star-vader” in its card name from your hand, and discard it] When this unit is placed on (VC), or when your G unit with “Star-vader” in its original card name Stride, you may pay the cost. If you do, Soul Charge (1), choose one of your opponent’s rear-guards, and lock it.
[AUTO]:[Soul Blast (1)] When this card is discarded from hand, if you have a heart card with “Chaos” in its card name, you may pay the cost. If you do, your opponent chooses a card from his or her hand, and puts it on his or her (RC) as a locked card.
The Jester, Chaos Breaker has a third form. His latest form is a clone of himself from a possible future. This design is slightly weaker in terms of strength than Crisis, and it is faster than Crisis. Enemies must be aware of Chaos Breaker Close’s mobility or they will crushed in battle. I pulled a copy of Chaos Breaker Close in a booster box. He replaced one of my budget cards from the deck.
The first skill locks an opponent’s rear-guard and soul charges one card for the price of discarding a Star-vader from your hand. You can quickly lock your opponent’s best rear-guard on the field. The skill has a heavy cost. I do not like discarding a card to lock an opponent’s rear-guard. There are more efficient cards with the ability to lock rear-guards. The first skill can be followed by a few useful rear-guards. Disorder Star-vader, Iron and Companion Star Star-vader, Photon have a skill to lock a rear-guard if your opponent has a locked rear-guard. I will call them after using Chaos Breaker Close’s skill.
His second skill makes him one of the best cards in a Chaos deck. Discarding him for stride will force your opponent to lock a card from his or her hand. Your opponent loses access to the card until the end of his or her next turn. He or she will have one less card to defend their vanguard. This skill has a strong combination with Star-vader, Chaos Breaker Crisis. You are able to lock two cards in a single moment. Stride a G-Unit with Chaos in its name on Star-vader, Chaos Breaker Crisis to lock a card with Crisis’s skill, and follow the first lock with Star-vader, Chaos Breaker Close’s second skill to lock another card.
Finally, I tested Chaos Breaker Close in a few games last weekend. I won every game with Chaos Breaker Close. I had a major advantage in every fight because my opponent was extremely unlucky. He was unable to stride a G-Unit for most of the game. Chaos Breaker Close continued to pressure him into a corner of despair. I must say Chaos Breaker Close fits well in the deck.
Overall, Star-Vader, Chaos Breaker Close has become one of my favorite Star-vaders. His second skill makes him a very attractive card to be the second option to discard for Stride. He locks a card after you pay the cost to stride a G-Unit. This skill can be used at any time when you discard a card. You will often use the skill after striding a G-unit with Chaos in its name. Destroy the world in despair with Star-Vader, Chaos Breaker Close!
Card Rating: 4 out of 5