Vanguard ZERO

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Vanguard ZERO Guide


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Are you looking to get ahead of the game in the new and exciting digital card game, Vanguard Zero? If so, we’ve got the perfect guide for you! In this guide, we’ll provide an introduction to Vanguard Zero, as well as some tips, tricks, and strategies for getting ahead in this new and exciting game. We’ll also provide some resources for building your decks and discovering new and exciting combos to help you win. So, let’s jump right in and get started with our Vanguard Zero guide!

Vanguard Zero is the new digital card game created by Bushiroad, the company behind the popular trading card game, Cardfight!! Vanguard. The game was released in 2020 and quickly became popular among card game enthusiasts and fans of the original Cardfight!! Vanguard game. In Vanguard Zero, players build decks and battle each other in a turn-based card game. The goal of the game is to deplete your opponent’s life points, much like in a physical card game. The game features an array of characters and cards from the original Cardfight!! Vanguard game, as well as some new and exciting cards.



Vanguard Zero is a great way to get into the world of card games, as the game is relatively easy to learn and understand. The game also features a variety of different game modes, such as a single player story mode and PvP tournaments, so there’s something for everyone. Additionally, the game has a thriving online community, so you can find players to battle and discuss strategies with.

How to Play Vanguard Zero


Vanguard Zero is a turn-based card game, so each player takes turns playing cards and attacking the other player. The game is divided into turns, and each turn is divided into various phases. The first phase of each turn is the Draw Phase, in which each player draws cards from their deck. The next phase is the Ride Phase, in which players can choose to “ride” a card from their hand onto the field. This card is called the “Vanguard” and is the main attacking force for the player. After the Ride Phase, the player can attack their opponent’s Vanguard with their other cards, called “Rearguards”. Players can also choose to use special abilities from their cards, known as “skills”. Finally, the player can end their turn by discarding any cards they don’t want in their hand.



The game is won when one player’s life points are reduced to zero. Life points are reduced when the opponent’s Vanguard is attacked and when the opponent’s Rearguard cards are destroyed. The game can also be won by other means, such as when the opponent has no cards left in their deck or when they cannot draw any more cards.

Keep reading our guide for more tips, tricks and strategies to be the best at Vanguard Zero.
 
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