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Despite the resemblance, the Japanese release of '''Exceed Evil-eye''' has poor performance due to the Layer's mediocre teeth and recoil inducing design caused the large gaps. However, the shape allows '''Evipero E2''' to act as a consistent counter against [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]], catching into [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]]'s notches and Bursting it, though such usefulness is niche.</onlyinclude>
 
Despite the resemblance, the Japanese release of '''Exceed Evil-eye''' has poor performance due to the Layer's mediocre teeth and recoil inducing design caused the large gaps. However, the shape allows '''Evipero E2''' to act as a consistent counter against [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]], catching into [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]]'s notches and Bursting it, though such usefulness is niche.</onlyinclude>
 
==Overall==
 
==Overall==
'''Exceed Evil-eye''' features a design too recoil heavy for Defense Combinations and teeth too short for Attack Combinations. While it can act as consistent counter against the Top-Tier [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]], such usefulness is niche and '''Exceed Evileye'''<nowiki/>'s weak performance overall makes it a risky choice in competitive use. Furthermore, with the release of Cho-Z Layers such as [[Energy Layer - Phoenix P4|Revive Phoenix]] and [[Energy Layer - Hercules H4|Archer Hercules]], '''Exceed Evil-eye '''is far too light to be competitive.
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'''Exceed Evil-eye''' features a design too recoil heavy for Defense and teeth too short for Attack. Furthermore, with the release of SwitchStrike/God Layer System, '''Exceed Evileye''' is too light to stay competitive. While it can act as consistent counter against the Top-Tier [[Energy Layer - Garuda G3|Maximum Garuda]], such usefulness is niche and '''Exceed Evileye'''<nowiki/>'s weak performance would make it a risk in tournament use.
   
 
'''As such, Exceed Evileye is recommended for collection purposes only.'''
 
'''As such, Exceed Evileye is recommended for collection purposes only.'''
   
 
==Differences in the Hasbro Version==
 
==Differences in the Hasbro Version==
Hasbro's '''Evipero E2''' is virtually unchanged from Takara Tomy's '''Exceed Evil-eye''' with the same recoil inducing shape and weak Burst Resistance. Furthermore, with the release of SwitchStrike Energy Layers such as [[Energy Layer - Balkesh B3|Balkesh B3]] and [[Energy Layer - Spryzen Requiem S3|Spryzen Requiem S3]], '''Evipero E2 '''is also too light to be competitive.
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Hasbro's '''Evipero E2''' is virtually unchanged from Takara Tomy's '''Exceed Evil-eye''' with the same recoil inducing shape and weak Burst resistance.
   
 
'''As such, Evipero E2 is also recommended for collection purposes only.'''
 
'''As such, Evipero E2 is also recommended for collection purposes only.'''

Revision as of 23:51, February 15, 2019

Evipero E2, known as Exceed Evil-eye (エクシードイビルアイ, Ekushīdo Ibiruai) in Japan, is an Energy Layer released as part of the Burst System as well as the Dual Layer System. It debuted with the release of the BG-04 Random Layer Collection Vol. 4 on October 24th, 2016 and was later released in Random Booster Vol. 6 Tornado Wyvern.4G.At on April 29th, 2017. It later debuted in western countries with the release of the Evipero E2 & Horusood H2 Dual Pack.

Description

Evipero E2 is a Defense Type Energy Layer with the center of it featuring the head of a Horned Serpent and molding akin to the Iris of the Eye, representing the Layer's Japanese namesake; Evil-eye.

The Layer's perimeter is made up of six blades, three made of colored plastic and three made of clear plastic. The colored blades are wide and make up most of the perimeter, while the clear blades are small and party fill up the gaps in between the colored blades, creating a design akin to the Smash Turtle Attack Ring from the Original Plastic Generation.

Despite the resemblance, the Japanese release of Exceed Evil-eye has poor performance due to the Layer's mediocre teeth and recoil inducing design caused the large gaps. However, the shape allows Evipero E2 to act as a consistent counter against Maximum Garuda, catching into Maximum Garuda's notches and Bursting it, though such usefulness is niche.

Overall

Exceed Evil-eye features a design too recoil heavy for Defense and teeth too short for Attack. Furthermore, with the release of SwitchStrike/God Layer System, Exceed Evileye is too light to stay competitive. While it can act as consistent counter against the Top-Tier Maximum Garuda, such usefulness is niche and Exceed Evileye's weak performance would make it a risk in tournament use.

As such, Exceed Evileye is recommended for collection purposes only.

Differences in the Hasbro Version

Hasbro's Evipero E2 is virtually unchanged from Takara Tomy's Exceed Evil-eye with the same recoil inducing shape and weak Burst resistance.

As such, Evipero E2 is also recommended for collection purposes only.

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Trivia

References

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