Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Trial Deck Review: Flower Princess of Abundant Blooming


I pre-ordered the new trial decks Divine Knight of Heavenly Decree and Flower Princess of Abundant Blooming on Amazon. Flower Princess of Abundant Blooming did not fail to disappoint me. The deck includes 50 cards and the extra deck has two copies of the new G-Unit. Neo Nectars under Ahsha have become one of the best clans. Their bloom ability can create ridiculously strong attacks. I wanted this trial deck to upgrade my Neo Nectar deck with Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha.



Grade 3 Reprint

Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha was reprinted for the third time. I love her new art much more than her original art. She looks more mature with a bright facial expression and the card is more colorful than her darker art. I do not mind Ahsha getting a reprint over her new card in TRY3 Next. She is a great card to have in your Neo Nectar deck. Her skills are very effective. Reprints give easier access to cards for new players. New players can buy two trial decks and have a complete set of Ranunculus Flower Maiden, Ahsha.

Stride Generation

Flower Princess of Faith, Celine is the new G-Unit from the trial deck. Her skill works well with Ahsha's ability. She is exactly what Neo Nectar decks need if the player does not have any rear-guards to clone o the field. She calls a card from your hand. Then, you may use Ahsha's skill to superior call a copy of the new rear-guard. It is a very basic combo for new players. New players can easily learn Neo Nectar's strategy.

Bloom

We also get many new cards with Bloom and cards that support the Bloom ability. Osmanthus Maiden, Anelma is the third RRR card in the deck. A complete set of Osmanthus Maiden, Anelma is included in the trial deck. Her skill is simple and effective. Her Bloom ability gives 2,000 power to three units of your choice and allows Osmanthus Maiden, Anelma to boost until the end of your turn.

Irrigating Maiden, Ramona is one of the few cards without the Bloom ability, but her skill supports cards with Bloom. She gains 2,000 power if you have two more units with the Bloom ability on the field and if her attack hits, you may draw a card with Bloom among your deck's top five cards. She adds more pressure on your opponent. You can gain a free card if he or she allows Ramona's attack hit the vanguard. She is a nice card for a deck on a budget.

Key Cards

Flower Princess of Abundant Blooming includes typical key cards from almost every trial released after Cardfight!! Vanguard G. You will receive four critical triggers, six draw triggers, two stand triggers, and four heal triggers. Color Pixy, Quitterie is Neo Nectar's cutest heal triggers. She is going in my deck! The trial deck also includes a complete set of perfect guards. Pis Tateo is the trial deck's perfect guard. New players do not need to spend a lot of money to start playing Cardfight!! Vanguard with a decent deck. Cardfight!! Vanguard is a cheaper game for beginners than in its early years.

The Final Word

Flower Princess of Abundant Blooming has everything that I want from a trial deck. Every new card has value for its respected clan and archetype. There is not a single useless card in the box. The trial deck's high value makes it a great product for new players and veterans. Veterans like myself will test the new cards to discover their value in the current format. New players will quickly learn Neo Nectar's strategy. I can use it to build a budget deck or use its best cards to build a competitive deck. Be sure to check out my card fights with my improved Neo Nectar on YouTube!

Trial Deck Rating: 5 out of 5