Darkjet Deletor, Greiend Deck

Darkjet Deletor, Greiend

Darkjet Deletor, Greiend

For the player that wishes to strip the opponent of all defensive power, and for the player that wishes to make the player seemingly defenseless on a regular basis, the Deletor archetype might be able to provide such possibilities. Delete as a game mechanic in Vanguard reduces the opponent’s vanguard’s defensive power to 0 while denying any skills that that vanguard may have until replaced by another vanguard ride or stride. Although powerful, recent support made the effect more reliable due to the amount of resource management provided to the subclan and the amount of utility cards provided up to this point, which mainly focuses around Greiend, the Deletors’ new grade 3 boss, and the strides that pair with it as a unit.

 Deck List:

Grade 4 Units
1x Genesis Dragon, Amnesty Messiah
2x Nebula Dragon, Big Crunch Dragon
4x Deliberate Deletor, Aodaien
4x Original Deletor, Egorg
1x Darkness that Lights Up Demise, Lacus Carina (G Guard)
2x Blaming Deletor, Ibiores (G Guard)
2x Genesis Beast, Destiny Guardian (G Guard)

Grade 3 Units
4x Darkjet Deletor, Greiend
2x Docking Deletor, Greion
1x Mixed Deletor, Keios

Grade 2 Units
3x Clipping Deletor, Evo
3x Forbid Deletor, Zakuelad
3x Swift Deletor, Geali
3x Juxtapose Deletor, Gaele

Grade 1 Units
4x Remove Deletor, Igalga (Perfect Guard)
4x Hire Deletor, Farwon (Stride Helper)
4x Ill-fate Deletor, Drown
1x Looting Deletor, Gunec

Grade 0 Units
2x Flutter Deletor, Zuiije
4x Taunting Deletor, Gotho (Heal)
4x Biting Deletor, Geeva (Critical)
4x Cramping Deletor, Edy (Stand)
4x Rendering Deletor, Efames (Stand)

Deck Highlights

Greiend + “Deletor” Strides

Greiend, along with strides with “Deletor” in the name, consists of the deck’s main engine for reliably deleting the opponent’s vanguard. Greiend calls a unit with “Deletor” from the top of the deck when strode on by a stride with “Deletor” in its name. This is quite convenient, since both strides with “Deletor” in the name can delete an opponent’s vanguard by retiring a “Deletor” rearguard.

Aodaien + Egorg

These strides can delete the opponent’s vanguard by retiring a “Deletor” rearguard as part of the cost. In addition to this, each stride has it’s own purpose in the deck. Aodaien powers up the front row units for each face up copy of itself in the situation that the player is trying to play a faster game with Deletors. Although it does not appear to be the case, Aodaien’s power up effect is reliable, since it flips a copy of itself as part of the cost to delete the opponent’s vanguard. In a slower game, Egorg allows the player to win automatically if there are thirteen vanish deleted cards in the opponents bind zone and the opponent has four or more damage. The vanish deletion requirement is not hard to achieve, since Greiend forces the opponent to vanish delete two cards each time it has a “Deletor” stride placed on top of itself.

Amnesty Messiah + Destiny Guardian

These cards are present in the deck to provide unlocking mechanics for potential Link Joker match-ups. Not much more to say about this.

Lacus Carina + Big Crunch Dragon + Ibiores

These cards serve the defensive purpose of showing down the opponent’s offense either through the use of locks (Lacus Carina + Big Crunch) or taking power away from the opponent’s front row during the opponent’s battle phase (Ibiores).

Gaele + Geali + Keios

In order to slow down the pace of certain match-ups with this deck, these cards provide the deck with moderate amounts of control. Gaele provides a front-row rearguard lock when placed on rearguard and when the opponent’s vanguard is deleted. Geali provides a front-row rearguard retire when placed on vanguard or rearguard and when the opponent’s vanguard is deleted. In the event that the player is being rushed, Keios provides a way to delete and lock two cards when it rides on the vanguard circle.


For two counterblast and when placed on the rearguard when the opponent’s vanguard is deleted, the player can search any “Deletor” unit from the deck and call it to the rearguard. Historically, this card was too costly to run. Although that is the case, it can be run due to counterblast free delete effects in the deck and the increased countercharging mechanics in the deck.

Efames + Zuiije

Both Efames and Zuiije allow the player to call a “Deletor” from the top of the deck to the rearguard when retired due to the cost of one of the player’s cards, helping negate the cost of deletion effects.

Geeva + Drown

These card provide utility while trying to provide ways to vanish delete cards from the opponent in the event that the win condition needs to be reached. Specifically, Drown allows the player to cycle for cards that he or she may need, while Geeva returns itself to the deck and countercharges after boosting an attack while the opponent’s vanguard is deleted.



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