EZAs are all very strong and make older and weaker Cards more viable, but it’s also a costly upgrade to make, and the majority of players will want to pick carefully which Card they want to EZA next. For this list, the main criteria are as follows:
Versatility is the golden rule; a Card with more categories or a broad and strong Leader Skill will usually be valued higher.
All Cards are assumed at Rainbow level.
How strong the Card is post-EZA.
How good the EZA is itself, or how big of an upgrade the EZA was for the Card.
To help choose between 2 Cards that share the same name, the worse Card will always fall down a tier, if two same named Cards are in the same tier, assume they are equal or they have roles that are not comparable.
F2P EZAs are not quite as good as premium ones, but farming them is eventually worth it because it’s almost always cheaper. Do not sleep on F2P Cards.
The absolute best. These EZA are safe investments for most players due to how powerful they are in a good number of Teams. With that being said, it’s still a good idea to plan around your own roster and not get EZAs blindly.
They have some of the highest natural stats in a UR in Dokkans history and get a very well rounded Passive Skill post-EZA, he can tank, deal Damage, and has a decent rainbow Leader Skill.
This Card is one of the best supports for Super Teams and has multiple categories. Pre-EZA, he’s not really usable outside of early game content.
This Vegeta gets one of the strongest EZAs in the game. He’s a solid Damage dealer that doubles up as good support with a lot of category flexibility.
Janemba is one of the best Extreme tanks in the game, and also a great Damage dealer.
This is a great non-LR LSS Broly that can carry Teams by launching multiple Super ATKs that stack his ATK, DEF and Critical Hit Rate.
Among the very top of Dokkan support Cards, this Kid Buu is able to fit into any Team as his Passive Skill only has an HP condition. A must for Dokkan Punch Machine.
These are potentially great Cards in the right Teams, with powerful general use for a lot of Game Modes.
SSJ2 Gohan has a great EZA that is a lot better than it appears due to the Card having incredible stats, the second part of his passive stacks separately for an insane +181% ATK. He does require a Super Saiyan Goku ally to be at his best, though.
This is a Flexible semi-tank that can reliably clear short content with very high natural stats.
Vegeta is unable to die as long as his Passive Skill is active. His EZA allows him to deal some good Damage whenever Enemies are stunned, but this isn’t useful in all game modes. When he’s optimized, however, he’s incredible.
This EZA is a must-have if you’re using LR Beerus, but his Passive Skill and Rage mechanic are good enough to do well in most Teams, although he will struggle to get Ki. Incredibly useful in Super Battle Road.
Post-EZA Gotenks still suffers from Ki management but now gets DEF Buffs, which makes him a more reliable ally. His main strength is high Super ATK Damage. His overall performance is comparable to UR Naught but Rampage - Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks Super PHY but with better DEF stats.
Goku is a very strong support Card for Goku Family allies, which are very common in a lot of categories. He also stacks DEF with his Super ATK, which is rare in support and very reliable for hard content. Gohan will be on the bench most of the time, but he’s very strong against Androids/Cell Saga Enemies.
Goten is among the best orb changers in Dokkan. He’s very versatile and can reliably fit in many Super Teams.
He already had very high stats for a UR Card, but gets even crazier post-EZA. Cell also has a great category list and is one of the few non-LRs capable of nuking Dokkan Punching Machine.
Numbers wise, this Card is amazing: great stats and flavorful Passive Skill. But he only has 2 categories, which really limits his potential.
A Defense oriented EZA that makes him a great healer for Extreme Teams. Buuhan is a good partner for other Buus.
Frieza has stellar Link Skills and very solid stats for any Wicked Bloodline Extreme Team. The EZA modernizes his toolkit and gives him some decent Defenses. Ironically, he works very well with his Coora and other Friezas.
These are situationally strong and niche picks. Most of these Cards still find use from time to time.
He is not as good as his AGL version due to having lower stats overall, but he’s still pretty strong and worth considering.
This version of Gohan gets a stacking mechanic coupled with his high ATK and easy Super ATK, making him a competent floater.
This Gohan has good DEF and a chance to stun, making him a good choice in some Game Modes.
This Gohan is a good all-round Card. He has good ATK and DEF, and a decent extra Ki to help him Super ATK.
Vegeta stacks ATK and DEF Buffs for long content and you can switch to Trunks to easily sweep short content with his high stat Boosts. A must-have F2P EZA.
This Vegeta has a good EZA, but doesn’t shine in any particular area. His Passive guarantees him some good ATK and DEF numbers but he struggles to get Ki to Super ATK due to a very poor Link Skill set. He’s also worse compared to STR SSJ3 Vegeta.
This is a decent Card that can be a very competent Damage dealer if you have him rainbowed. Unfortunately, his stats aren’t good enough to compete with other premium EZAs.
SSJ Goku is a strong all round Card with good Links and a lot of categories. His main problem is being in a very competitive name tag. There are many better SSJ Goku Cards.
He’s pretty good on Movie Heroes and Fusions--definitely one of the best F2P Cards but when compared to premium EZAs, he lacks flexibility.
Piccolo has pretty bad Damage but he’s a good tank that can also heal your Team.
He gets a great EZA with a much needed second wind to the oldest Dokkan Festival Card. He’s overall worse than other Brolys, including the PHY version, but fills a unique niche as AoE Damage dealer for World Tournament.
Cell needs some extra Ki to work, but his healing means he performs very well on Defensive Teams. He has his niche, but the other Cells are generally better.
He’s one of the best Extreme F2P Cards and comes with a rare AoE Super ATK that is complemented by his Passive Skill. Overall, very useful for World Tournament.
These are niche Cards that require very specific situations to be useful or have generally weak EZAs.
Vegeta Jr. is one great all around F2P. His ATK is surprisingly high because his Passive Skill Buffs are calculated separately.
This is a great F2P nuker that does very respectable Damage and works fine in a lot of categories.
Goku Jr. is an older F2P that is still pretty competitive in Dragon Ball Seekers and Youth Teams.
While a little better than Goku due to having less competition under his name tag, he still suffers from similar niche Movie Bosses Team plays.
He’s not bad, but almost any SSB Goku will be better than him unless you’re specifically using a Movie Heroes Team against a Movie Bosses Enemy. He’s still a strong F2P, so he’s definitely worth farming.
Kid Buu is a meme tier EZA. His stats are lacking and you’ll need to feed him a lot of Ki to perform barely well and his Healing is not even good.