Roid Vedetta

Deck Information
Deck Type: Anime Decks
Deck Master: Super Vehicroid - Mobile Base
Submission Date: September 11th 2018
Author: sam50
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''roid" (ロイド roido) is an archetype of cards originally released in Cybernetic Revolution and further supported in Power of the Duelist and Gladiator's Assault. All intended "roid" cards are cartoon versions of some form of vehicle. They are used by Syrus Truesdale in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime and manga, and "Speedroid" by Yugo in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V anime and manga.

"Elemental HERO Necroid Shaman", "Dark Jeroid" and "Magical Android" are also "roid" monsters due to having "roid" in their respective names. However, some "roid" support cards specify Machine-Type "roid" monsters.

Informally, the "roid" cards are sometimes referred to as "Vehicroids", which is technically a sub-archetype of this one. The archetype also contains another sub-archetype, the "Speedroids".


Play style

Common strategies are either to Stall, Beatdown or Swarm. Using "Expressroid", "Ambulanceroid", and "Monster Reincarnation" is a popular combo to Special Summon a large amount of monsters. Patience is a requirement for this Deck, as it requires a great deal of time to create and run the Deck perfectly. Stronger beatdown styles often include a "Cyber Dragon" and often use it to summon "Chimeratech Overdragon". "Rainbow Life" combined with "Ambulanceroid", "Rescueroid", "Decoyroid", and "Cyber Summon Blaster" on the field can wipe out your opponent's life points. Alternatively, "Spirit Barrier" to replace "Rainbow Life" works almost as well against most Decks however cards like Dimension Wall works effectively in Roid Decks as many of the Roids are very weak and reflecting damage back at your opponent can be critical. This Deck is also very effective against Decks made around "Bad Reaction to Simochi".

Another highly used combo is "Chain Material" and "Vehicroid Connection Zone". The summoned monster will survive the effect of Chain Material (thanks to the effect of "Vehicroid Connection Zone") and you will have a very powerful monster on the field. This allows you to Fusion summon from your Deck in a similar manner to "Future Fusion". The only drawback is that you cannot attack the turn you use this combo, though it is negligible, as the monster summoned is impervious to effect destruction, and its effect cannot be negated. Prior to the release of "Stardust Dragon", this combo was considerably more powerful, since most players would be unprepared to deal with a monster that had this kind of protection; since almost all Decks now include "Stardust Dragon", cards that can work around this effect are far more commonly used.

Vehicroid Decks tend to keep great hand advantage with the use of "Expressroid", and "Supercharge". Vehicroid Decks can easily utilize cards like "Card Destruction", "Hand Destruction", and "Dark World Dealings" to get more monsters in the graveyard.

By using "Cycroid" along with cards like "Natural Tune", this Deck can become Synchro capable.

Vehicroid Decks can also be combined with Jinzos or Decks which use "Future Fusion", "Overload Fusion", and "Chimeratech Overdragon".

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Deck List
MonsterCarrierroid x2
Stealthroid x2
Rescueroid x2
Gyroid x2
Steamroid x2
Jetroid x2
Decoyroid x1
Expressroid x2
Truckroid x3
Submarineroid x2
Armoroid x1
Drillroid x3
Cycroid x2
Mixeroid x2
UFOroid x1
Warrior of Zera x1
Patroid x2
Shuttleroid x2
SpellsVehicroid Connection Zone x2
Power Bond x2
Megaroid City x2
Polymerization x3
Fusion Recovery x2
Nitro Unit x2
TrapsWonder Garage x2
Supercharge x1
Emergeroid Call x2
Fusion Reserve x2
ExtraAmbulance Rescueroid x2
Steam Gyroid x2
Super Vehicroid - Stealth Union x2
Super Vehicroid - Mobile Base x1
Super Vehicroid Jumbo Drill x2
Barbaroid, the Ultimate Battle Machine x2
Pair Cycroid x2
UFOroid Fighter x1


"Number" (Japanese: No. Nanbāzu, "Numbers") is an archetype of Xyz Monsters that are the focus of the story in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime and manga series. Each "Number" monster has a corresponding natural number included at the start of its name after "Number" (and occasionally a letter, such as C).

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