A good option to use Champion's Vigilance with. It has high attack and good defense, but it's also easy to use with BEWD because Kaibaman is available and you can obtain multiple copies without buying packs.
Negates Normal Summons / Negates Flip Summons / Negates Special Summons / Negates the activation of your opponent's Spell Cards / Negates the activation of your opponent's Trap Cards / Destroys your opponent's Monster Cards / Destroys your opponent's Spell Cards / Destroys your opponent's Trap Cards
Spellbooks, comes from a mini box and you can cn build a decent 30 card version with a few copies of each book.
I use Kaibaman and Blue-Eyes White Dragon, playing versus Sylvan Deck, all my cards have no chance against Sylvans effects, because they can destroy the Blue-Eyes and also destroy my trap. These Sylvans can take you down in the Second Turn with that Champion Carrot, the Giant Tree and another Silvan guy. If you put better traps, Kaibaman and Blue-Eyes don't stand a chance.
Blue eyes is trash and you should go for a better deck
Can konami lift the ban on this card from 1 to 2 atleast, with sylvans and spellbooks in the meta vanilla decks dont stand a chance without this card. Decks made with these wont even be competitive so can they make it two so we can have fun...
Can you only have one normal monster on the field? Because I had 2 BEWD and Dark Paladin. I was against 3 other BEWD. My opponent drain shielded my 6900 DP attack, then I went with BEWD 3200 attack against his 2700 defense position BEWD, he wall of disruptioned me so it was 800 vs 2700 and I couldn't activate champion's vigilance? I had like 1100HP left so I lost the game. Imagine losing against dragons with Dark Paladin lmao.
CV work with 2 too, so either you can't counter during damage step or you tried to use it the turn you set it?
They need to unnerf this immediately! They limited it during a time when the meta was all about Ancient Rules and the beginning of Red Eyes decks. It would be a great field-leveler against many higher tier decks.