Budget Deck Profile: Dimension Police

Budget Deck Profile: Dimension Police

I have been playing Cardfight!! Vanguard for eight years, and this is my first deck for Dimension Police. I have never played the clan before today. It is time to expand my horizons and unleash the heart of justice! I have only played against Dimension at my local game store. Only one player plays a premium deck with Gallop.

This is a budget deck of Dimension Police. The majority of the cards in this deck cost less than two dollars. The most expensive card in the deck is Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus. It is one of the few cards with a price above two dollars. Overall, the deck costs slightly less than $50.

Deck List:

Grade 0 =17

  • Diamond Ace x4
  • Dimensional Robo, Daibattles x
  • Dimensional Robo, Dairacer x4 (Critical Trigger)
  • Dimensional Robo, Gorescue x4 (Heal Trigger)
  • Dimensional Robo, Goyusha x1

Grade 1 = 13

  • Dimensional Robo, Daibrave x4
  • Dimensional Robo, Dailander x2
  • Dimensional Robo, Daimariner x4
  • Dimensional Robo, Daitiger x3

Grade 2 =12

  • Cosmo Beak x4
  • Masked Police, Grander x4
  • Quick Hero, Active Mask x4

Grade 3 =8


My units in the front row are the leaders of the deck. The primary offense comes from my vanguards. They are constantly pressuring my opponent in the mid and late games. In addition, the rear-guards complement each vanguard’s abilities. They add power to the vanguard, and restrict my opponent’s defenses.

Vanguards of Justice!


My vanguards are Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha and Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus. They are both fine choices for my first vanguard. I gain a force marker from both cards. Their skills have synergy with each other and my other units. My vanguards gain a large amount of power to overwhelm my opponents.

First, Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha pressures the opponent throughout the game. This powerful robot can deliver two points of damage from its attack before adding critical triggers. It forces my opponent to guard with a lot of cards or a single perfect guard. Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha is not an easy vanguard to stop without a perfect guard. It’s power can quickly increase above 40,000 due to its and my rear-guards’ skills.

Second, Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus needs less support to gain power than Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha. Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus quickly gains power from its first skill. It gains 5,000 power for each card in my damage zone. For example, Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus’s power becomes 33,000 when I have four cards in my damage zone. Then, I can use Dimensional Robo, Daibrave’s skill to push Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus’s power to 38,000, and activate the skills of my units.

Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha

Rear-Guards Support Justice!

My rear-guards have strong synergy with my vanguards. They either give power to my vanguard or gain special skills when my vanguard’s power reaches a certain level. There is always interaction with my units to maintain consistency. For example, Dimensional Robo, Dailander does not allow my opponent to intercept my units in battle. My vanguard has a greater chance to hit my opponent’s vanguard.

Dimensional Robo, Daibrave is the most essential rear-guard in the deck. He consistently adds 5,000 power to my vanguard. His skill only costs a single Soul Blast. I should always be able to pay the cost for the power. Thus, I can always fulfill the requirements for the first skill of Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha.

Trigger Lineup

Finally, I am playing a traditional lineup of triggers. I am not trying anything new. The eight Critical Triggers help create powerful columns. There is also the potential of Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha dealing two to four damage if I check Critical Triggers. In addition, Super Dimensional Robo, Daizaurus’s second skill increases my odds of checking triggers.

Dimension Police in Action!

I tested my Dimension Police deck with my friends at locals. The deck is very consistent. I won four out of five games. My friends played Dragonic Overlord, Narukami, and Murakumo. Narukami was the biggest challenge. My friend was binding my rear-guards to weaken my offense.

Final Thoughts

All in all, I am enjoying my budget deck of Dimension Police. It feels great when an idea for a budget deck works well. I now understand why many people love this clan. It is a fun and casual deck. It is a perfect deck for casual players like myself.

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