Dorian is the small screen's biggest star and the Government has already tried to get rid of him as they feel he has too much influence. But he's a hard man to put down and now he's more determined than ever to make the world as perfect as his last show was. To start with, everyone has to be beautiful. It's not going to be easy.
- As Seen On TV: Inflict 300 damages with Dorian
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 8, which is good for a 5*.
- His base damage is 7, which is also good.
- He has no ability, so he doesn't have to worry about cards with SoA.
- His stats make him a very good bluff against your opponent.
- SoB doesn't really hurt him because of his stats.
- His base power is already high when you first receive him, so he is usable then.
- The clan bonus removes 10 attack from your opponent, which helps in low-pill fights.
- He has no ability to help him.
- He is weak against damage reduction.
- He is a 5*, so he takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 5* in Uppers.
- Dorian's name comes from the literary character, Dorian Gray, a superficial, immoral and very rich man who believed "Only beauty and pleasure matter.", which fits with his game counterpart's search and love of beauty.
- According to November 25, 2016's new blood announcement, Dorian has now gotten his own TV channel (not unlike talk show host, Oprah Winfrey's OWN).
- It also mentions that McNeal is being sponsored by Dorian's channel, which is called Channel 2 in his bio.
- In his Cr announcement: "Back in the day, Dorian was a true star, but those days are long gone. Over time, his wacky style and behavior began to look dated and his audience soon lost interest. The situation then got worse when Gruber, the new member of the Clint City jet-set, bought out Dorian's TV channel, forcing him to meekly obey orders. Well, that was the last straw for Dorian! And as no one came to his defense, he felt he had no choice but to leave town…"