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{{Infobox character
| image name = Guard_Robot.jpg
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| defaultsort = no
| japanese name = ガードロボ
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| image = Guard_Robot.jpg
| romaji name = Gādo Robo
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| en_name = Guard Robot
| english name = Guard Robot
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| ja_name = ガードロボ
| anime debut = {{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's|81|ref}}
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| romaji_name = Gādo Robo
| appears anime = [[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's]]
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| anime_deck = [[Lockdown]]
| gender =
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| wc11_deck = Lock 'n' Burn X
 
| video_game_debut = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus]]''
| anime deck = [[Counter Trap Cards|Counter Trap]] Lock
 
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| anime_debut = {{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's|81|ref}}
| japanese voice = {{voice actors|ja|[[wikipedia:ja:岡部涼音|Suzune Okabe]]}}
 
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| appears_in_anime = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's]]''
| english voice = {{voice actors|en|[[wikipedia:en:Dan Green (voice actor)|Dan Green]]}}
 
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| appears_in_video_games = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus]]''
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| en_voice = {{voice actors|en|Dan Green}}
 
| ja_voice = {{voice actors|ja|Suzune Okabe}}
 
}}
 
}}
   
A '''Guard Robot''' is a type of [[Dueling Machine]] in [[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's]].
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A '''Guard Robot''' is a type of [[Dueling Machine]] in ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's]]''. It uses a [[Lockdown]] Deck in order to slow the opponents down in order for the person controlling them to carry out some form of activity without interruption.
   
===Biography===
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==Design==
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===Personality===
This Security robot is activated by [[Primo]], as a measure to prevent that [[Yusei Fudo]] could get back his engine program and, later, as a method of keeping him inside until the countdown for the explosion of the warehouse they were in reached 0.
 
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The Guard Robot is very calculative, and always certain of the actions it takes against its opponent. It believes there is nothing wrong in its calculations, which ultimately was its downfall against [[Yusei Fudo|Yusei]]. Before it lost, when Yusei played "[[Stardust Dragon (anime)|Stardust Dragon]]", the Guard Robot changed its calculations from Yusei having a 100% chance of defeat, to a 100% chance of winning.<ref name="ep82">{{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's|82|ref}}</ref>
   
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===Abilities===
While Yusei is questioning [[Lazar]] about where the program is, the robot appears before them. It then scans and identifies Yusei, and then proceeds to close down all of the exits. The security robot then claims that he must defeat it in a duel, if they wish to proceed.
 
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Having been programmed by [[Primo]], the Duel Robot can analyze an opponents strategies in its eyes and deal with them accordingly, and even determine the percentage that they would play a certain type of card.<ref name="ep81">{{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's|81|ref}}</ref>
   
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==Biography==
Yusei accepts, and as the duels begins, he's quickly put into a tight spot, as the Guard Robot analyzes and counters every move he makes. Ironically, it even predicts Yusei's winning move, in which he [[Synchro Summon]]s "[[Stardust Dragon]]", but it cannot do anything to stop it.
 
 
This Security robot is activated by [[Primo]], as a measure to prevent [[Yusei Fudo]] from getting his stolen engine program back. Later, it was used as a method of keeping him inside until the countdown for the explosion of the warehouse they were in reached 0. Before he left, Primo programmed the robot with data from Yusei's previous Duels, so it could counter against Yusei's Dueling strategies.
   
 
While Yusei is questioning [[Lazar]] about where the program is, the robot appears before them. It then scans and identifies Yusei, and then proceeds to close down all of the exits. The security robot then claims that he must defeat it in a [[Duel]], if they wish to proceed.
==Deck==
 
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{| style="float:right;" border="1" width="30%"
 
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Yusei accepts, and as the Duels begins, he's quickly put into a tight spot, as the Guard Robot analyzes and counters every move he makes while continuously increasing the amount of counters on "[[Counter Force]]" which the Guard Robot was going to use to win the Duel. The Duel was leading in the robot's favor throughout until it caused its own demise by [[pay]]ing half its [[LP|Life Points]] via "[[Solemn Judgment (anime)|Solemn Judgment]]" to [[negate]] Yusei's "[[Double Cyclone (anime)|Double Cyclone]]" which ultimately led to its defeat as Yusei proceeded to activate "[[Panic Wave]]" to negate the effects of the Guard Robot's cards, allowing Yusei to Summon "[[Stardust Dragon (anime)|Stardust Dragon]]" and defeat the robot by destroying "[[Lock Dragon]]". It was destroyed when the robotics factory was.
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==Decks==
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===Anime===
 
{| style="float:right;" border="1" width="50%"
 
! colspan="3" style="background: #00FF00; text-align: center;" | Record
 
! colspan="3" style="background: #00FF00; text-align: center;" | Record
 
|-
 
|-
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! Opponent(s)
| '''Opponent''' || '''Episodes''' || '''Outcome'''
 
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! Episode(s)
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! Outcome(s)
 
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| [[Yusei Fudo]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 081|81]]-[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 082|82]] ||Lose
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| [[Yusei Fudo]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 081|81]]-[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 082|82]] || Lose
 
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|}
   
The Guard Robot uses a '''Lock Deck''', which attempts to [[Lockdown]]/[[Stall]] its opponent using the effect of many [[Counter Trap Cards]] and [[Continuous Spell Cards]] while building up enough tokens on "[[Counter Force]]" to deal a [[One Turn Kill]] through [[Effect Damage]].
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The Guard Robot uses a '''[[Lockdown]] Deck''', focused on fueling "[[Counter Force]]" with an array of [[Counter Trap Card]]s. It also uses cards such as "[[Messenger of Peace (anime)|Messenger of Peace]]" and "[[Level Limit - Area B (anime)|Level Limit - Area B]]" to protect itself.
   
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{{Decklist
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{{Decklist|Anime Deck
|monsters =
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|effect monsters =
<u>Effect Monsters</u>
 
 
* [[Lock Dragon]]
 
* [[Lock Dragon]]
 
|spells =
 
|spells =
* [[Level Limit - Area B]]
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* [[Level Limit - Area B (anime)|Level Limit - Area B]]
* [[Messenger of Peace]]
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* [[Messenger of Peace (anime)|Messenger of Peace]]
 
* [[Summon Pass]]
 
* [[Summon Pass]]
 
|traps =
 
|traps =
* [[Barrel Behind the Door]]
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* [[Barrel Behind the Door (anime)|Barrel Behind the Door]]
 
* [[Counter Force]]
 
* [[Counter Force]]
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* [[Magic Jammer (later anime)|Magic Jammer]]
* [[Malfunction]]
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* [[Malfunction (anime)|Malfunction]]
* [[Magic Jammer]]
 
* [[Negate Attack]]
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* [[Negate Attack (later anime)|Negate Attack]]
* [[Solemn Judgement]]
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* [[Solemn Judgment (anime)|Solemn Judgment]]
 
}}
 
}}
   
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===Over the Nexus===
{{-}}
 
 
===Video Games===
 
In ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus]]'', Guard Robot uses a Deck called "Lock 'n' Burn X".
 
 
 
{{Decklist|Lock 'n' Burn X
 
{{Decklist|Lock 'n' Burn X
|monsters =
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|effect monsters =
 
* [[Marshmallon]]
 
* [[Marshmallon]]
 
* [[Mask of Darkness]] x3
 
* [[Mask of Darkness]] x3
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* [[Solemn Judgment]]
 
* [[Solemn Judgment]]
 
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==References==
{{Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's}}
 
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<references />
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{{Characters/5D's}}
 
{{Characters/WC11}}
 
{{Characters/WC11}}
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[[Category:Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's characters]]
 
[[Category:Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's characters]]

Latest revision as of 02:01, May 23, 2019

A Guard Robot is a type of Dueling Machine in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. It uses a Lockdown Deck in order to slow the opponents down in order for the person controlling them to carry out some form of activity without interruption.

DesignEdit

PersonalityEdit

The Guard Robot is very calculative, and always certain of the actions it takes against its opponent. It believes there is nothing wrong in its calculations, which ultimately was its downfall against Yusei. Before it lost, when Yusei played "Stardust Dragon", the Guard Robot changed its calculations from Yusei having a 100% chance of defeat, to a 100% chance of winning.[1]

AbilitiesEdit

Having been programmed by Primo, the Duel Robot can analyze an opponents strategies in its eyes and deal with them accordingly, and even determine the percentage that they would play a certain type of card.[2]

BiographyEdit

This Security robot is activated by Primo, as a measure to prevent Yusei Fudo from getting his stolen engine program back. Later, it was used as a method of keeping him inside until the countdown for the explosion of the warehouse they were in reached 0. Before he left, Primo programmed the robot with data from Yusei's previous Duels, so it could counter against Yusei's Dueling strategies.

While Yusei is questioning Lazar about where the program is, the robot appears before them. It then scans and identifies Yusei, and then proceeds to close down all of the exits. The security robot then claims that he must defeat it in a Duel, if they wish to proceed.

Yusei accepts, and as the Duels begins, he's quickly put into a tight spot, as the Guard Robot analyzes and counters every move he makes while continuously increasing the amount of counters on "Counter Force" which the Guard Robot was going to use to win the Duel. The Duel was leading in the robot's favor throughout until it caused its own demise by paying half its Life Points via "Solemn Judgment" to negate Yusei's "Double Cyclone" which ultimately led to its defeat as Yusei proceeded to activate "Panic Wave" to negate the effects of the Guard Robot's cards, allowing Yusei to Summon "Stardust Dragon" and defeat the robot by destroying "Lock Dragon". It was destroyed when the robotics factory was.

DecksEdit

AnimeEdit

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Yusei Fudo 81-82 Lose

The Guard Robot uses a Lockdown Deck, focused on fueling "Counter Force" with an array of Counter Trap Cards. It also uses cards such as "Messenger of Peace" and "Level Limit - Area B" to protect itself.


Over the NexusEdit


ReferencesEdit

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 82: "Get With The Program, Part 2"
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 81: "Get With The Program, Part 1"
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