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Gowasu & Zamasu are a fairly balanced support Card that makes a great addition to any Team they’re on. This Card can make numerous Super Battle Road stages far more bearable thanks to their Super ATK & Passive Skill.
Although Gowasu & Zamasu offer an amazing Passive Skill, and pair well with top tier Cards, their biggest flaw is a few underwhelming Link Skills. Despite lackluster Link Skills, Gowasu & Zamasu are definitely worth investing Potential Orbs as they make already excellent categories far more powerful, and have stats that allow them to take on challenging events.
The Power of a Godtuber
Gowasu & Zamasu’s Leader Skill provides the Realm of Gods category a 120% ATK, HP, & DEF Buff, and + 3 Ki. While the title of the best Realm of Gods leader goes to UR True power of a God - Zamasu E.AGL, Gowasu & Zamasu are a great backup option.
Gowasu & Zamasu’s Super ATK seals Enemies and their Passive Skill provides all allies with +2 Ki and Def +70%, making up for any weaker Cards in a player’s rotation. With these abilities, Gowasu & Zamasu are an optimal choice for Super Battle Road.
Protector of the Innocent
In addition to Buffing allies, Gowasu & Zamasu’s Passive Skill provides a 50% chance to dodge Enemy Attacks as well as a Buff of +5 Ki and 100% ATK whenever they Attack Extreme Enemies. Gowasu & Zamasu also have the ATK Links “Godly Power” and “Fierce Battle”, which are easily activated on their respective category Teams, which brings their ATK Buff to a total of 130%.
Gowasu & Zamasu also have a flat ATK boost from “More Than Meets the Eye”, alongside “Brainiacs” and “Rival Duo”, theoretically raising their ATK Buff an additional 20%, but these ATK Links may not be easily activated on their respective category Teams.
While the Ki they provide from their Passive Skill is useful, Gowasu & Zamasu’s only Ki Link Skill is “Gentleman”, which is possibly the worst one for their potential Teams. The likelihood of activating the “Gentleman” Link Skill on a Realm of Gods, Joined Forces, or Potara Teams are extremely low unless players bring along a Whis Card or the unawakened form of Gowasu & Zamasu.
The only scenario the “Gentleman” Link Skill will be activated frequently is on a Future Saga, or Time Travelers Team.
A Lesson in Restraint
“Rival Duo”, “More Than Meets the Eye”, and “Brainiacs” are much better suited for another Card, and seemingly take up space for optimal Links on Gowasu & Zamasu. While this Card has two great ATK Link Skills, the addition of “Prodigies” would have pushed this Card even further beyond. Gowasu & Zamasu do not necessarily need another ATK Buff, but at least having the Ki Link “Dismal Future” would have made this Card even better.
Even Gowasu & Zamasu’s “Cold Judgement” DEF Link is underwhelming considering the limited options to activate the Skill.
Realm of Gods, Potara, or Joined Forces
Gowasu & Zamasu excel in Potara and Realm of Gods thanks to these categories having various Cards with “Fierce Battle” and “Godly Power”, and the 70% DEF Buffs make these already tanky categories far more resilient.
It’s in Joined Forces where Gowasu and Zamasu shine, as they provide much needed Ki, through their Passive Skill, for a category filled to the brim with LRs in much need of Ki.
While Time Travelers and Future Saga are also great teams for this Card, players may consider other support options or Cards with better Link Skills. Regardless of the category team Gowasu & Zamasu are in they are a valuable asset that helps in any event.
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Moves and Skills
|A Lesson in Good and Evil|
|'Realm of Gods' Category Ki +3 and HP, ATK & DEF +120%|
|Fierce God Slicer|
|Causes supreme damage to enemy and seals Super Attack|
|Max Lv Bonus|
|All allies' Ki +2 and DEF +70%; high chance of evading enemy's attack (including Super Attack); Ki +5 and ATK +100% when attacking Extreme Class enemies|
|ATK +10%, attacked enemy's DEF -15%|
|More Than Meets the Eye|
|ATK & DEF +10%|
|Type ATK Boost|
|Slightly raises ATK when AGL attacks STR, STR attacks PHY, PHY attacks INT, INT attacks TEQ, or TEQ attacks AGL. It works for both Super and Extreme Types. The effect increases along with the skill level.|