Now that SP Coora GRN has been re-balanced, he has PVP competitive stats, but there are still a few issues that might hold him from joining the core line-up of many Team Builds.
That isn't to say he doesn't have a really cool toolkit. Several of his Abilities make him a benefit to the Team and a headache for the Enemy.
When weighing the pros and cons of this Fighter, it really comes down to whether the Player is building a Sagas Warrior or Lineage of Evil Team.
Ranged Damage Buffs
He's a Ranged Fighter with a good if not very competitive Blast Attack stat. With several Blast and Special Move Buffs, his burst Damage potential is quite formidable.
This is probably SP Coora GRN's most eye-catching Move. It's more than an Enemy debuff, it can potentially throw off their entire plan of Attack. This is a great way to hold off an Enemy Rising Rush or shut down an Ultimate Move after it's drawn.
However, since this Move only destroys three random cards, there are no guarantees.
Poorly Focused Toolkit
Despite being a Ranged Fighter, SP Coora GRN holds two Strike Arts Cards meaning he would have to have a Teammate with similarly mismatched Arts Cards or become the Team Blast Card dump.
SP Coora GRN is limited to average quality Equips for Green Fighters that currently don’t do much to improve him overall. Hopefully, the Lineage of Evil Tag will get some Equips. Otherwise, SP Coora GRN doesn't have much to work with.
Sagas Warriors got two powerful additions in the form of SP Super Gogeta RED and SP Super Janemba PUR. These two would be enough to make the Team PVP viable, and whether SP Coora GRN is put on the bench or added to the core, he provides much-needed synergy to the fast-growing Tag.
SP Coora GRN’s Extra Move could be great, but using it is risky. His stats were significantly improved, but he still lacks Buffs, making him a difficult Fighter to run. Thanks to Synergy with the new Lineage of Evil Tag, SP Coora GRN can also viably play with Frieza Force Fighters andFrieza variant Fighters.