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The Return of Kouji Ibuki in V Trial Deck 07

…and on the seventh day, Planet Cray rested. The seventh V Series Trial Deck has arrived, and it is with pleasure that it finally introduces the Link Joker clan to the Standard equation.

Each Trial Deck includes 50 cards, three Force Gift Markers, a beginner’s guide, a paper playmat, and four different holographic cards. It has a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of 14,99 € available beginning 22 March 2019.

Loading Operation [Delete]

Kouji Ibuki is the main antagonist of the Cardfight!! Vanguard anime series. Cold and confident, Ibuki was first introduced in the Neon Messiah movie, the first Cardfight!! Vanguard full-length film, and he showed the fandom what the Deletors subclan can do: Deletors [Delete].

[Delete] is an exclusive keyword to the monstrous-looking Deletors of the Link Joker clan. When an opponent's Vanguard is deleted, that unit loses all its abilities and [Power] and remains deleted until the end of the owner's turn. While deleted, the opposite Vanguard becomes vulnerable to otherwise weak attacks and cannot activate its abilities, shutting down the whole turn if the adversary skips his Ride Phase. This V Series version of Deletors also includes binding the opposite Rear-Guards.

In V Trial Deck 07: Kouji Ibuki, the main unit is grade 3 Docking Deletor, Greion. By paying [Counter Blast (2)], he can [Delete] an opponent's Vanguard. Furthermore, when his attack hits a Vanguard, by paying [Soul Blast (1)], Greion can [Bind] an opponent's Rear-Guard. Then you also have Swift Deletor, Geali, a grade 2 Normal unit with 10000 [Power] and [Intercept] and Ferment Deletor, Gaen, a grade 1 Normal unit with 8000 [Power], but 10000 [Shield] plus [Boost]. The rest of the deck are units that [Bind] while hitting opposing Vanguards and gain [Power] when the Link Joker player has more Rear-Guards than the opponent. Delete… End…

Grab It Like It’s Hot

Each preconstructed deck has always been an excellent starting point to playing Cardfight!! Vanguard and since Deletors are getting support in the next main set, the timing couldn't be more perfect. Time to grab a deck and delete your way to victory as despair has come and a part of the world shall crumble!