So he’s straight…but round?
Interdimensional Dragon, Heteroround Dragon
“The bellowing shield defies the ‘destined future’.”
Gear Chronicle – Gear Dragon
AUTO: [SB1] When this unit is placed on G, if you have a vanguard with “Chronojet” in its card name, you may pay the cost. If you do, choose 1 of your opponent’s rear-guards. Your opponent returns it to the deck, shuffles the deck, looks at the top card of their deck, and calls it to R.
And Now For A Word From The Vanguard R&D Department!!
The future hasn’t been decided!
Today’s card we’re introducing is a new G Guardian from “Gears of Fate” (on sale September 30th, 2016)! Following on the heels of “Interdimensional Beast, Pandora Chimera”, is a G Guardian that disrupts your opponent’s Rearguards, “Interdimensional Dragon, Heteroround Dragon”!!
“Heteroround Dragon” when it appears as a G Guardian and your Vanguard is “Chronojet”, lets you shuffle 1 opponent’s Rearguard into the deck, and then forces your opponent to Call the top card of their Deck! Unlike “Pandora Chimera”, it can take aim at the opponent’s front row Rearguards, meaning it can stop a Rearguard’s attack. However, it does allow your opponent to use their “When placed on the field” abilities, so there is an element of risk.
Since it shuffles the opponent’s Deck during battle, it is capable of opposing the “Ideal Future” created by “Deus ex Machina, Demiurgos”, the ultimate weapon included in “Gears of Fate”… … Perhaps. However, if a large number of Trigger Units was returned to the Deck, be careful about your Shield.
Although there is an element of uncertainity, it’s undeniable that it’s a powerful G Guardian. In many cases, this one card can change the entire field. So if a rather frightening situation comes up, act carefully and keep a calm mind to use this card.