I know about that one, but I thought it still accurately portrayed the personality of the card. Also, even though she doesn't directly defend as she did before, her 'deterrent function' certainly does work to protect your weaker units, as the enemy is hesitant to attack with 30 AT, because they don't want to trigger a Counter in exchange for negligible damage.
There was a general translation issue for set 3. On sets one and two, the flavor text was really good, usually explaining plot, or the card's personality, or maybe something general about the card's role. For set 3, only the characters had true flavor text with personality and plot. All the other unit cards pretty much just described what the card's ability was in the flavor text... totally frustrating when nearly every Skill was changed from the Japanese game.
"Scissors are overpowered. Rock is fine." -Paper