These are Cards that are all meta in their categories and can be used in multiple Game modes.
Gogeta is a very good starting choice, especially for accounts that don’t already have many powerful Cards, or mixes of powerful Super and Extreme Cards. At the start of the game, he has enough flat ATK Boosts to breeze through early content with only Gogeta and a Team of Saibaimen. After his EZA, he becomes a reliable Defensive ally and a powerful Damage dealer capable of nuking.
Overall he’s a great choice for beginners due to how flexible and dominant he is in the early game and how strong he gets late-game from his EZA. The downside is, he only has 3 categories.
Kid Buu is currently one of the best support Cards in the game after his EZA. He gives allies Ki +2, ATK & DEF +50% if the Team’s HP is over 80% and only +30% ATK & DEF if it’s under 79%. This is a very high number for a support that has no category or type conditions, meaning Buu is universally useful regardless of categories.
However, he’s not a beginner-friendly choice; he won’t be able to help you through the early stages of the game.
Janemba is not a Team player like Gogeta, but he offers a very strong tank Skill that trivializes a lot of content early on. He also has one of the best EZAs in the game--many regard it as the best EZA--that lets him tank, dodge, and deal lots of Damage.
Definitely a great choice for Extreme Teams, the only thing holding him back is the small selection of categories--only Movie Bosses and Transformation Boost.
These are Cards that are strong, but either have more limited uses or there are other good gacha alternatives. Otherwise, they are still worth picking.
Another great choice for Extreme INT, Super Buu is a strong Defensive Card that becomes a key Card in Artificial Lifeforms Teams after his EZA. He also has a farmable Super Attack via his Dokkan Event Stage 1.
A glass cannon that functions well on 5 different categories, after his EZA, Gotenks deals even more Damage and is able to take hits if you manage to keep him under 11 Ki. The weird Ki juggle required for his optimization makes him a niche choice, but he’s very strong.
Frieza is an Extreme PHY version of Gotenks, a glass cannon that becomes able to tank a bit after his EZA. Without Ki requirements, he’s a lot more consistent and Links well with other stronger Frieza and Coora Cards--definitely worth considering.
While Trunks is s very powerful support Card that’s featured in six categories, he absolutely needs his EZA to work and a Vegeta Family category ally in the Team.
This is not a good choice for most Beginners. However, it’s also worth noting that Trunks is not a Dokkanfest exclusive Card, which means you’ll be able to pull him a lot more frequently than others in this list.
This is another good early game Card that gets a great EZA. He also has an AoE Super ATK that makes him stronger in World Tournament. The main problem with this Broly is that he’s probably the weakest Broly, so you’ll be retiring him as soon as you pull one of the other two Legendary Super Saiyan Brolys.
On EZA Watch.
Before the EZA, Goku gets insanely high flat stat Boosts that obliterate early game content. Post-EZA, his stats Boosts go even higher and give him a spot on any of the 7 categories he’s featured in.
Perfect Cell is a primary Nuker with a strong EZA. He’s a good all-round Card before and after the EZA, and at rainbow, he’s a viable choice for Dokkan Punch Machine. He’s also present on 8 categories. He’s probably not the first choice for new players, but definitely worth considering.
Super Saiyan 3 Goku has a very strong EZA that Boosts his stats really high. He’s a heavy Damage dealer with a timer of 7 turns, which makes him strong in short events, but not very good for hard content. Overall, not a bad choice.
The Cards listed below all have decent EZAs that might be worth going for if you get them, but usually won’t be worth a Ticket.
He’s the only Card here that hasn’t received an EZA, which shows how much potential he has once he finally gets it. Until then, he’s lagging behind the competition but if you like far future investments, Vegito is not a terrible choice.
These Cards are not worth a ticket.