Forbid Deletor, Zakuelad
Forbid Deletor, Zakuelad

Forbid Deletor, Zakuelad
– #G-CB06/025EN

[ACT](RC)[1/Turn]:[Counter Blast (1)-card with “Deletor” in its card name] If your opponent’s vanguard is deleted, until end of turn, this unit gets [Power]+2000, and “[AUTO](RC):When this unit’s attack hits a vanguard, if your opponent has a grade 3 vanguard, he or she cannot Stride during his or her next ride phase.”.
Date Reviewed: December 8, 2017

Rating: 3.50

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale.
1 is bad. 3 is average.  5 is great.

Reviews Below:


I never saw what the fuss was all about, but then again my main is Denial Griffin and Advance Guard Dragon. Everyone else can eat shit. Zakuelad was designed to answer a flaw in Deletors: namely, Striding just undoes the Delete and the opponent gets a strong Vanguard again. It’s probably never going to hit unless you’re good at tracking the opponent’s cards through Drive Check, so just use it to destroy a lot of shield if possible. It’ll need to gain 2k at least from somewhere else to kiss 20k assuming a 7k booster, but that’s what your new G Unit and Greiend is for.

Stand Trigger intensifies…

…so basically, if you must run the new Stand Trigger (and you probably will) run it for this because it needs to hit. Don’t gamble on this though.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  To wrap up DELETE Week, we’re looking at what I believe to be the next new staple for Deletors.

Zakueland (I’m just going to call it Zak for short) becomes an 11k attacker for a Especial Counterblast 1 Deletor if the opponent is deleted…that would suck if that was it, but wait, there’s more!  It also gets a great pressure skill of if it hits the Vanguard, then the opponent can’t Stride next turn.  That in itself makes this a sudden threat as since you’d be at 0 Power when deleted, it now requires a perfect guard, 15k shield or a G guardian to stop him from, essentially, freezing most main deck’s best combos and access to Triple Drive, so don’t let others that play certain decks give you a biased opinion *glares up at Saikyo Cardfighter R* on how this does because this, combined with the new perfect guard we looked at on Wednesday and the fact that most Deletor players these days should be running more Stand Triggers, this becomes a potential 20k shield pressure unit that can potentially attack twice…and that’s not including boost.

In conclusion, Zak here is nothing short of…WWWWWWONDERFULLLLLL!!!

Rating: 4.5/5

Art: 4/5 (Weird centipede looking thing…looks alright with me lol)

Next time: …I dunno…I’m honestly kinda wondering if Saikyo notices that he has to deal with my rogue chaos again…xD

Go Rogue…Go Pro…and DELETE the meta!!!

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