Powerful, devious and untrustworthy, just like its creator…
– October 27, 2013
This is an outstanding weapon for 1P battling where icon types rarely matter, but it really loses something in 2P. Yes, the 8 icons are wonderful, but not when they ALL get blocked every turn by a Ghostkershield which is a stable at all levels of battling. With that in mind, this weapon actually loses to both Pirate Captains Cutlass and Ghostkersword. You`ll give yourself a headache trying to calculate how much additional damage you`ll take from light when paired with air :P Doesn`t sound nearly as appealing as it did, huh?
A more sound 2P alternative would be Alien Aisha Scrambler. No need for calculations, you know exactly what you`re gonna get from it.
On a side note: So pretttty!
I absolutely love this weapon. It destroys Pirate Captains Cutlass and Ghostkersword. If you are an intermediate fighter You will be seeing many PCC\\’s and Ghostkerswords, so it would be a great weapon to have. At a price of around 70 million its not too terribly high yet not affordable for most battlers. This weapon also does 8 icons attack which is not too shabby. If you can afford this and typically see a lot of PCCs and Gswords then try to pick one up.
As an advocate of defensive battling for most of my career, I have always looked up to this weapon. It is nothing short of the pinnacle of dual-duties: a reflector of a heavily used icon type and the total stopper of another that is used in massive quantities at the level this will see use. Add onto that a solid 8 icons, and you have a weapon that would be the dream of any defensive battler in today’s game.
However, a dream is what it might be. The last time I checked on the price for this, it was in the 50 to 75 million NP range, and even that was some time ago. It would probably not be unusual at see prices nearing 100 million in today’s economy, and irregardless of how great this weapon is in battle value, a price that astronomical is not a benefit whatsoever. Granted, at the point where this could be used, it would get full effect (Chopping off parts of Ghostkerswords and Pirate Captains Cutlasses), but you should be more worried about Peas if you are in the bracket that can afford this thing. Furthermore, the workings of the weapon are extremely complex — You can see the text wall accompanying the weapon set, and that just happens to be the largest description box on this site — and that might be a turnoff for someone that doesn’t understand advanced Battledome mechanics too well.
As much as I adore this weapon, the price and the complexity of how it works is just too much for it.
7 out of 10, although I wish I could give it more.
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