Although the theme of the duelists character seems to be suitable for playing angle-theme deck, but the skill unlock from leveling up does not fully support the concept to play such mentioned style. It is suggested that player construct a beatdown deck for her to be use farming levels from duelists to receive leveling up reward gems. → Fairy: deck recipe
Skill to use Cyber-Stein
Life Cost 0 is a very unique skill in current skill pool of duel links’s available characters. Since the skill can be used only once in a duel when your Life Points are 1000 or less. This skill could turn the table of the game’s situation when properly strategized with the proper deck such as Cyber-stien deck. → Ultimate Cyber-Stein: deck recipe
For other skills acquired by level-up, see the Skill section below.
Get Monster anti-support cards
Tea’s duel reward card are useful in the case that player are looking for cards that could counter a specific type of monster deck (Machine, Fiend, Warrior, Fish, Rock-type monster deck) which is all “R” rarity card reward and is not difficult to obtain based on rarity drop rate.
For “UR” and “SR” reward is for “Black Magician” support cards theme-deck. If player is not planning in constructing this type of deck, it is suggested that player should spend gate key on other legendary duelists.
Tea Gardner's skills
Note: More skills are expected! Report Skill name and details by submitting comments or screenshot at the bottom of the page.
Holy Guard You receive no battle damage during your turn.
LP Boost γ Increases starting Life Points by 2500, reduces hand by 2 cards.
Life Cost 0 You can use the skill when your Life Points are 1000 or less. You do not have to spend Life Points to activate a card until your opponent's next turn ends. You can only use the skill once per Duel.
Surprise Present Select 1 card Set in your Spell & Trap Zone, and force it on your opponent. Only the player that activates this skill can view this card. This skill can only be used once per Duel.
For one, "tea" and "Téa" aren't even pronounced similarly. Second, it's an actual name, so what's the problem? It's like complaining if they named her Jane. Not everyone is going to keep a super-Japanese name, nor realistically should. Localization happens for a reason.
No, her name is pronounced "tay-a". Not "tee". That's what the accent denotes in the first place. They likely did go for a pun with the last name, granted, but her first name isn't pronounced even remotely similarly.
"Téa" is an actual name, whether you can bring yourself to admit it or not. Seriously, the internet exists.