And 1* warren beats tyd pill for pill. it really depends on the situation, but i would say jackie cr wins in most situations
Dont argue, dj korr is better
Of those 2 Jackie Cr is most OP per *
But Lyse Teria Cr is most OP per * in the whole game
Lyse has OP 3* stats and jackie has stats that are OP for a 5* so idk about that...
I'd really have to say Jackie cr. No one's really afraid of DJ anymore, not with all the OP cards UR keeps releasing. Jackie's SOA kills almost everything though
@trixie........ Jackie Cr 8 power -10 atk min 3. Lyse Teria Cr 8 power -12 atk min 8. after 1 pill Lyse takes over and wins any and all ties
I was trying to get back on topic and answering the original question (DJ korr cr or jackie cr)
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Lyse stats (without ability) that other cards of her star count have. A 4* with those stats wouldn't be amazing, would be a good card but not amazing. Unlike with Jackie who had a 5 star counterpart who is also OP.
(Not saying that lyse isn't an amazing card)
And to the topic. I would probably pick jackie over dj because in T2 most of your cards will be 6+ damage so the extra 2 damage isn't enough to break though a good dr like jackie's soa.
Lyse is awesome, but it was the 6 dmg that made jackie so amazing, she simply opened up too many 2hkos in DM and especially DT. i wasnt around when she was elo legal.
Can't compare Jackie Cr and DJ Korr Cr due to being different * values and being in different clans. Each contribute differently.
Here's some pros and cons.
•Disables all abilities (except Stop cards)
•Beats 90% of cards in game.
•Amazing 4* for DM Extended 25.
•Bad as a 4* if you're playing DM Extended (In DM Extended, you want to play first since Ambre is rampant in this mode)
•Since more people own Jackie Cr, might be more easy to predict one's moves with her.
DJ Korr Cr:
•Great bluff card (can be used offensively or defensively.)
•Has a DR ability, making some decks bad against DJ Korr Cr since they have reduced 2HKO potential.
•Unpredictable since less people own DJ Korr Cr.
•Beats 85% of cards in game.
•N/A (none come to mind at the moment)