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Kaloras Battledeck (r180) [Retired]View in Item Database
DescriptionA BattleDeck is a collection of magical BattleCards. It contains an infinite number in fact! You can pull up to three out each turn to throw at an opponent. Kaloras Battledeck


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Attack N/A
Defense N/A
Reflect N/A
Effects *give_item* 1-3 Random Battle Card
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Restocks At N/A
Used By N/A
Special Categorization -
Notes None
Ratings - Kaloras Battledeck
At a Glance (1/3):
Open this deck of cards and draw 1-3 random battlecards to scale at your opponent. Apparently its been charmed to hold an infinite number of cards, so don't be stingy!

In-Depth (0/4):
Using item generators is risky business. You're spending a turn in battle to create items that would need to either be better than the items you currently use, or have some other utility that you can use. Creating battlecards, most of which are weaker than various muffins that're being handed out like candy in the battledome, isn't something you'd want to do. Maybe in a battledeck vs battledeck match, but other than that... don't.

Price (0/2):
Being retired from the Hidden Tower, this is going to get a hefty price tag no matter its strength or utility. Gallery/fun fights only.

Bonus (1/1):
I wonder if the odds of getting better/worse cards change depending on the battledeck used. Would this have better odds than Caparas Battledeck or worse odds than Spectres Battledeck?

Final Score: 2/10

Rated on November 30, 2014

Price/Power (0/5)
Even if battle cards were good, this item is far too expensive to bother with.

Countermeasures (0/5)
The main counter to this is the fact your inventory will be so full of cards that you won't be able to select a useful item.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
This is an item generator, all the other Battledecks are technically alternatives but why would you want them.

Other Points (2 Bonus)
I'll give this one bonus point over the others due to having a cow on it.

Final Thoughts

Rated on April 15, 2014