Original Deletor, Egorg
Original Deletor, Egorg

Throwback Thursday

Original Deletor, Egorg
– #G-CMB01/001EN

[Stride] (Released when both players’ vanguards are grade 3 or greater!)-Stride Step-[Choose one or more cards with the sum of their grades being 3 or greater from your hand, and discard them] Stride this card on your (VC) from face down. [ACT](VC)[1/Turn] Generation Break 2 (Active if you have two or more face up G units in total on your (VC) or G zone):[Counter Blast (1) & Choose one of your rear-guards with “Deletor” in its card name, and retire it] If you have a heart card with “Deletor” in its card name, delete all of your opponent’s vanguards, choose up to one rear-guard in your opponent’s back row, lock it, your opponent chooses a card from his or her drop zone, and binds it face down (vanish delete). Then, if the number of cards in your opponent’s damage zone is four or more, and the number of face down cards in your opponent’s bind zone is thirteen or more, you win the game.
Date Reviewed: December 7, 2017

Rating:  3.17

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

Reviews Below:


Man, I remember when I rather unkind to it when I last reviewed it. Since then it aged well, getting another G-Unit a player can drop before this and the concept of G Guardians being introduced to make this considerably less dead. After that, if you can spare the Counterblast, you’re looking at a lock, a Delete, and a Vanish Delete several times more, but Aodeien’s column forming might be a bit more relevant to your needs unless you have outside help like Igala.

Still has some issues like the token insta-win being too impractical, cannot lock attackers and is a -1 every time, but is now actually practical and worth running at last.



Delete on a Stride was Deletor’s wet dream. WAS. Now, it’s GR status is nowhere near the new stride. It’s still a good card, don’t get me wrong;plus it still has a pretty cheap costed delete. But the 13 Banish Delete rarely to never occurs. Just use this when you run out of the good stride, or better yet, use it for a shiny G-Assist.



What’s up, Rogue Squad?!  So after looking at the new Deletor Stride earlier today, for Throwback Thursday, let’s have a look at the old one.

Egorg…Egorg…Egorg…you once were worth half the price you are now, but now, to be honest, you’ve been overshadowed. Not saying that this is a bad card at all, but it’s just that Aodaien does Egorg’s job for cheaper and better.  The only thing that Egorg has over Aodaien is the lock and a potential win condition that is annoyingly hard to accomplish even with the extra Vanish Delete support.  The only reason people really hunt for this card (aside from reselling for a profit) is because it’s the only other G unit that Deletors have that’s not a G guardian.

If you want to play him, then only get 1-2 copies…if you can even afford its ridiculous $60-80 price tag.

Rating: 3/5

Price: 1/5 (Seriously…$30 tops)

Artwork: 4/5 (Still a pretty nice card)

Next Time: But striding undeletes me…about that…


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

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