We've finally reached the month of April! For most, it doesn't mean much, but for both English and Japanese Vanguard players, it means 3 long weeks of waiting before the new Vanguard set, BT06/03 - Breaker of Limits, hits the shelves. That said, It's pretty natural that a lot of us, VG players, has been checking out all the possible news and spoilers released about this new set on the wikia and forums - especially with the release date being so close to us.
Being a Royal Paladin player since the game came out, I've personally been trying to keep up with the new information regarding one of the new clans appearing in this set, Gold Paladin, to see what they are all about and how they differentiate from RPs. Honestly, at first, I was not very pleased with them considering most of them were exact replicas of RP cards except with a different artwork, but as the time passed, some newly released cards started to make Gold Paladins a little more interesting...
Crimson Little Lion, Kirufu
Auto: When a 《Gold Paladin》 rides this unit, you may call this unit to a Rearguard Circle.
Crimson Little Lion, Kirufu was one of the cards that made me reconsider my opinion about Gold Paladins in this set. What is so good about this card is that it's a Superior Ride tool that doesn't cost you deck space, souls or counters. Unlike other Superior Rides, the two cards you are required to achieve the Superior Ride are two staples you would put in (almost) any Paladin decks regardless of the build. Knight of Fine Skill, Gareth is your usual Grade 1, 8k vanilla booster while Knight of Divine Skill, Bohman is your Grade 2, 10k vanilla beatstick.
Knight of Fine Skill, Gareth Knight of Divine Skill, Bohman
Overall, I think Kirufu is going to be a staple in Gold Paladin decks focusing on Zeyer, and seeing how Zeyer is the most solid Grade 3 for this clan, I predict that it's going to see a lot of play in general.