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December DBZ Video Roundup

By jazzdrive3 on 12/22/2016

A lot of the great content about the DBZ TCG is conveyed in video, and so here is a round-up of some of the recent videos that I found useful, informative, or entertaining.

Red Ascension Trunks Vs. Black Perceptive Cell

If you want an example of the power of Trunks and speed anger, pumping at all cylinders, watch this video. The Cell is at the complete mercy of those combat enders and the free anger Red Ascension provides. If you aren't stocking your decks with counters to these types of decks, get ready to suffer the same fate as Cell.

Awakening Previews - Hercule

By jazzdrive3 on 09/19/2016

As soon as I started reading the new Hercule stack, I got a big smile on my face. You can tell the designers had a lot of fun coming up with this set. And if they're having this much fun, it bodes well for the future of the game. The Hercule Main Personality cards reflect the personality of the in-show Hercule character perfectly. It's one long joke...but with a punchline (ha...haha) at the end that could do some real damage.

Highlighting the Best Cards from Older Sets

By jazzdrive3 on 09/04/2016

One of the problems for beginners coming into the game is knowing what cards to focus on acquiring from older sets. You can guess, but until you've played the game a bit, tested the waters, and get a feel for the current meta-game, you really don't know what cards are truly valuable, and what might continue to synergize well with newer cards.

Ready for (Beta) Launch

By jazzdrive3 on 07/23/2016

Welcome. I've only been playing the DBZ TCG for a few months, but I love it, and I love the friendliness of the community.

While going through the process of building decks, I ran into some hurdles as a beginner. With (at the time) 5 sets of cards out, it was daunting. Which cards should I focus on? Was there a way to easily search through all of the cards? I had been burned by other card games in the past by "buying the wrong thing." Like Ice Age for Magic, way back in the day.