It’s no easy task being a Vortex princess! While the other young girls of her age were having fun, dancing and flirting, Shaakarti was busy taking classes in diplomacy, etiquette and combat. But she soon showed such a natural aptitude for combat and an uncommon ferocity that she was excused from her other classes...after having killed all her teachers, that is.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- Her base power is 7, which is good for a 5*.
- Her base damage is also 7, which is good.
- Her ability cancels an opposing card's bonus, which helps makes fights easier.
- She receives her ability at level four, so she is usable then.
- The clan bonus gives you pillz back if you lose with her.
- Her ability is Courage-based, meaning you only get two chances to activate it. It also makes her predictable.
- Her ability is ineffective against cards with the ability Protection: Bonus.
- Her ability doesn't protect her from power or damage reduction.
- Her ability is also ineffective against Skeelz, who don't rely on their bonus much.
- She is a 5*, so she takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- She has competition from the other 5* in Vortex.
- Battle Goddess: Inflict 250 Damages with Shaakarti Cr
- There is a possibility that Shaakarti is either Dregn's daughter, sister, or cousin, as her profile says that she's a princess.
- In the John Sein art files, Shaakarti is known, as "Vortex Princess."
- She appears similar to some Sith characters from the 'Star Wars' franchise.
- In her Cr announcement, she was promoted to chief of Dregn's personal guard. She headed back to the future immediately in order to train new recruits and secure the emperor's power by repressing any sign of revolt.