|For a set titled "Dazzling Divas", Biscayne is |
the only one labeled as such outside of lore.
- After setting your Starting Vanguard and drawing your opening hand, you are left with 44 cards in your deck.
- It's your turn and you draw a card (43 cards left in your deck).
- You ride to Grade 1 and assuming you don't use a Forerunner, you call Biscayne to the Rearguard and activate her effect.
- Assume 3 copies of Biscayne are left in your deck at this point.
- Through Biscayne's effect, each checked card that is not Biscayne increase the odds of the next card being Biscayne.
- Thus, you're a little better off than a flip of a coin.
- Now, let's assume you are using a Forerunner. You won't be able to use Biscayne until you are at Grade 2.
- By the time you're at Grade 2 you would have drawn another card (42 cards left) and performed at least 1 Trigger Check (41 cards left).
- Again, we assume you still have 3 copies of Biscayne in your deck.
- Thus, Biscayne offers a little over 50-50 chance of retrieving another copy. The same pattern can be used to calculate the odds of the effect working a second time in the same turn (37.94893264%).