Simply, I want to be careful with this card. Although I don't think I can do enough justice for it.
Ultimate Dimensional Robo, Great Dailiner
[AUTO](VC):When placed, COST [put a grade 1 or greater card from your hand into your soul], call a grade 3 card from your drop zone to (RC), that unit and this unit get [Power]+10000 until end of turn.
[AUTO](VC):When it attacks, if this unit's [Power] is 35000 or greater, COST [Counter Blast (1)] choose one of your opponent's rear-guards, retire it, and draw 1 card. If "Super Dimensional Robo, Dailiner" is in your soul, this unit gets [Critical]+1 until end of that battle for each grade of the retired unit.
I’m not one to know how to properly judge power of cards, but I feel I can judge when an effect isn’t properly done. It shouldn’t ask for a specific card in soul. I feel Bushi has made it clear by now that any crossride styled effects in Standard also include themselves. Stuff like Gust Blaster asking for grade 3 blaster, Monarch Alfred wanting Alfred, Zangeki wanting Dueling Dragon, Glory wanting Maelstrom, etc.
I certainly agree, but I feel Bushi treats that manga as something they never intended to be popular and are just letting keep going until it stops making them money.
They seem awfully reluctant to make cards from that in real life and it didn’t take all that long for stuff like NLK, Exculpate, or Waterfall to be made into cards (even though they all pretty much sucked). My point being that that is what makes me feel that Bushi is just putting it there.
It’s because she’s different and made by a different person, that people like her as a protagonist. And while it wouldn’t make sense for her cards to be made IRL until her clan is made IRL, there are other cards from the story that are from existing clans. They could just make a couple of them promos or whatever like what they did to manga cards back in the day.