Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The Top Five Cross Rides

Dragonic Overlord the End shocked players when he made his debut in Kai's match against Ren. These powerful cards are normally introduced near the end of a format. Cross Rides were the some of the most popular cards to play. They are evolved forms of their base forms such as Incandescent Lion, Blond Ezel transformed into Blazing Lion, Platina Ezel. Cross Rides' skills are much more powerful than their previous skills. Some skills are simply overpowered versions of the original skill. Bushiroad has not created any new Cross Rides since the end of Legion Mate, but have no fear! There is a good possibility that we will get new Cross Rides in the Generation era.

1. Dragonic Overlord the End

If you are surprised by the top Cross Ride on this list, then you need to take more classes with Dr. O. Dragonic Overlord the End has surpassed time by being the longest important card in Cardfight!! Vanguard. It has been able to last this long because Bushiroad continues to create new support just for this card or archetype. Dragonic Overlord the Break Ride gave Dragonic Overlord the End the ability to attack up to three times in a single turn. Dragonic Overlord The X takes the End to the next level in Legion! I can't forget his newest G-unit, Supreme Heavenly Emperor Dragon, Dragonic Overlord "the Ace"!

2. Omniscience Regalia, Minerva

Minerva is one of the best Limit Break units from the Limit Break era. Minerva put Genesis on the map during the end of her first format. She easily stands herself back up for a second attack. Her skill also grants her an additional 5K power. The skill appears to be very costly, but Regalia of Wisdom, Angelica's Break Ride skill relieves the pain by allowing you to draw two cards.

3. Blue Storm Karma Dragon, Maelstrom "Яeverse"

Your opponents will be annoyed when they see you ride Blue Storm Karma Dragon, Maelstrom "Яeverse". His Limit Break forces your opponent to pick his or her poison. This is a no win situation when facing Maelstrom "Яeverse" in a Cardfight. Opponents will either allow themselves to be hit or face the consequences for defending their vanguards. Blocking the attack will only give more advantage to you by drawing a card and retiring an opposing rear-guard.

4. Broken Heart Jewel Knight, Ashlei "Яeverse"

Pure Heart Jewel Knight, Ashlei was a major disappointment for Royal Paladin players, but Broken Heart Jewel Knight, Ashlei "Reverse" was an instant fan favorite. She looks like a true Link Joker unit in her black and red armor. If Link Joker ever gets a true female boss card, then it needs to resemble Ashlei ""Reverse". Ashlei "Яeverse" is a deadly killer. She consistently retires your opponent's front row rear-guards and superior calls reinforcements.

5. Dauntless Dominate Dragon "Яeverse"

Miwa was totally awesome when he played Dauntless Dominate Dragon "Яeverse" when he was under Link Joker's control. His Limit Break is also a no win situation just like  Blue Storm Karma Dragon, Maelstrom "Яeverse". Missing a trigger during your Twin Drive is not a lost, instead it is a gain. You can retire your opponent's grade one or less rear-guard when your Drive Check reveals a grade one or greater card. Retiring your opponents' boosters greatly weakens their formation and forces them to commit their hand to the field to replace their offense.