You can count on your fingers the number of people who have tried Rahmzay's dishes and survived. But make no mistake, his dishes do not have the explosive toxicity of Vronkien cuisine or the lightly corrosive spice of Unxien specialities… No in actual fact Rahmzay's dishes are delicious delicacies so exquisite few people survive the surge of intense pleasure they arouse. So what’s his secret? He torments his kitchen staff and screams at his ingredients until he's extracted the very life substance from them. After Eris paid a visit to his restaurant from the other end of the universe, Rahmzay was furious to see that the current Sakrohm leader found his food "so so" and decided to follow her back to earth to get to the bottom of her taste buds.
- Intergalactic Master Chef: Inflict 70 Damages with Rahmzay
- A Notorious Alcoholic: Gain 50 Life Points with Rahmzay in survivor mode (Needed to get Oryon Rb.)
- Vronk Chef: Gain 75 life points with Rhazay in ELO mode.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base damage is 7, which is good for a 4*.
- His ability gives you three life back if you lose with him.
- His ability subtracts the amount of damage you receive from your opponent.
- His ability also helps to set up other cards' abilities.
- The clan bonus reduces an opponent's attack by eight, which helps in low-pill fights.
- His base power is 5, which is low for a 4*.
- His ability is Defeat, meaning you must lose with him, in order for it to activate.
- He is weak against SoA, since you can't gain life back if you lose with him.
- He is also weak against SoB, since his base power is low, and he can't reduce his opponent's attack.
- He is a 4*, so he takes up room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 4* in Sakrohm.
- Both his name and bio are based off of world-renowned British chef and restaurateur, Gordon Ramsay. Like his fictional counterpart, Ramsay is know for shouting and swearing at people on cooking shows, two of which include, Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares.
- His design is based off a Jell-O desert, which plays on the irony that he is a cook.