Scrambled Eve is a 3-star event card that shuffles all cards among the players' hands into the deck. Each card shuffled into the deck gives its owner 5 stars. If a hyper card is returned to the deck, it will be drawn as the card that was shuffled, not as the player's hyper.
Scrambled Eve is the most reliable way to empty one or more players' hands. It can be used to get rid of troublesome gift cards and prevent opponents from playing event, battle, or boost cards against the player until they can draw more. In a pinch, it can even be used to stop an opponent likeor from laying their traps on the player's home base. can use Scrambled Eve to empty her opponents' hands in order to get more value out of , although she will have to draw it after Scrambled Eve is played. Scrambled Eve also gives an easy way to get back regardless of the other cards in her hand. For everyone else, it is important consider that Scrambled Eve can cause the player's hyper card to be shuffled into the deck where any player can draw it. Offensive characters with poor hypers like or are not particularly bothered by other characters having their hypers and can take advantage of the lack of cards to attack their opponents. Although he cannot play it himself, loves having his cards taken away and benefits from his opponents being unable to play battle cards against him.
The most obvious drawback to Scrambled Eve is that it causes the player to lose any cards that they were holding. Any character that relies on having a full hand will be heavily set back by a Scrambled Eve. This includes characters like norma or even win the game.and who like to hoard hyper cards, characters like or that hold cards for passive boosts, and characters like who want cards in general to keep their options open. Even characters that benefit from this card can be harmed if it is played at a bad time, causing them to shuffle powerful cards like and into the deck for anyone to draw. Lastly, it is important for the player to keep track of their opponent's stars so they do not accidentally give an opponent enough stars to