Building a Deck
Building a deck is a lot of fun after you've learned how to play the game.
With additional DBZ game cards, sold in Booster Packs from Score, you can strengthen
your decks and design your own special strategies to defeat your opponents. Keep
your strategies secret if you want. It's all up to you.
Here are the requirements for decks:
Decks must have a minimum of 50 cards, including all the Main Personality's different
level cards. The deck can be as large as desired in non-tournament play. During
tournaments, no deck can be larger than 75 cards, including the deck's Main Personality
Each deck must have a Main Personality with at least levels 1, 2, and 3. You announce
to everyone who your deck represents. You may add additional card levels of your
Main Personality to your deck, as long as they are consecutive (no level is missing
between two other levels of Main Personality cards included in your deck).
Allies of the Main Personality must be at least 2 levels lower than the highest
level of the Main Personality. For example, in a Nappa deck with a level 4 Nappa,
there can be only a level 1 and 2 Raditz, Vegeta, or Saibaimen. Only Hero players
may have Hero allies, and only Villain players may have Villain allies. Therefore,
after separating your Main Personality cards, remove other Personality cards from
your deck that cannot be used as Allies. Remember, Hero Personality cards have
blue backgrounds, and Villain Personality cards have red backgrounds.
Duplicate Card Limits
Only one card of each level (i.e., 1, 2, 3) of a personality can be in a deck.
and Non-Combat Cards
A maximum of 3 duplicates of any Combat or Non-Combat card can be in the deck.
Certain cards with special limits on them, such as "only one per deck", must be
limited as instructed.
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Many Combat and Non-Combat cards have a personality's name as part of the title.
These are "named cards." A Main Personality can have up to 4 duplicates of any
of his named cards in a deck instead of the normal 3 duplicates limit. For example,
in a deck in which Nappa is the Main Personality (a Nappa deck), Nappa may include
up to 4 Nappa's Energy Aura cards in the deck. A Main Personality may include
another personality's named cards in a deck (to represent learning someone else's
powers), but at the normal limit of 3 duplicates.