If you choose to restand Dumjid in the middle of the attack, then you still perform twin drive, as the drive was decreased by 1. After, you can attack again with another Twin Drive.
For Oboro's Stride skill, you have to Dominate the moment you finish Striding, before the main phase.
Oh, so he wants moe krakens.
Hikari ninja'd me.
>King Serpent has never been fully utilised
Uhhh, King Serpent is used A LOT in Granblue.
I haven't played with or against Murakumo post Shadowstitch to say a whole lot, but from what I can see, the deck is admittedly annoying to play against now. Like, you want to keep your damage low because of the new Stride, but they actually have some scary Shadowstitch effects now, so it's a doomed if you do and doomed if you don't scenario which can make trying to figure out guarding strategies against the deck annoying.
Then that’s legal
You mentioned not involving the guardian circle, but Kagero and Narukami have cards that can retire the opponent's units during the opponent's battle phase when you guard with them.
CBD=Star-vader, Chaos Breaker Dragon.
I'm not familiar with Gatherer, but if you want the official Vanguard website, it's here:
Info on tournaments and sneak peeks and the like are there as well.
When you Stride, all units on your VG circle (one or two if you're in Legion) become Heart cards, but only one of them becomes the one your Stride takes the name and power from (of your choice). You cannot change the heart card after Striding unless an effect specifically states as such. (Usually these are cards that will remove your heart card and replace it with a different card from your deck)
Heart is not a part of soul.
All skills from the heart card are not carried over to the Stride. Only skills that activate are ones that are triggered when you Stride over it, such as the SPARKING that you mentioned. The Original Vanquisher's GB2 would not apply when you stride over him.
No, you cannot use Luquier's Limit Break after Striding over her.
Resist cannot be chosen by the opponent's units, regardless if it is the opponent's choice or not. So Sparking cannot retire a Resist unit.
If a card does not specify to choose a unit, then it can kill or affect Resist units. For example Root Flare Dragon targets one unit, and then retires all units in that column. If one of the units doesn't have Resist but the other one does, the Resist unit can be retired in this case by choosing the one without Resist.
Main Card of Clan Idea:
Name: Demise Dragon, Ice Lancer Dragon
Property: (Twin Drive, intercept, etc.) Twin Drive
Flavor Text: Winter has come.
Skill: AUTO GB2: When this unit attacks a Vanguard, this unit gains Power +5000 until end of that battle and choose one of your opponent's (RC) and Freeze it.
AUTO CB1: When your G Unit Stride, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose one of your opponent's (RC) and Freeze it.
Clan Skill Description: Freeze: Choose a (RC). If there's a unit on that (RC), that unit is retired. If there is no unit on that (RC), that (RC) becomes unusable until the start of your next turn.
Clan Lore: This evil clan was sealed long ago by the Gods of Cray after they caused an ice age that nearly wiped out all other life. However, the constant war that has plagued Cray has slowly weakened their seal bit by bit. Now they are free once again. Led by the Demise Dragon, Ice Lancer Dragon, these denizens of the ice seek to plunge the world into a new ice age once more.
Marcia and the Stand are my main CC'ers. It's just managing your CB after that.
I think you'd have to talk to Wikia staff about that.