When you start out, you’ll have the Royal Paladin deck as your default. Progressing through the story and increasing your grade will unlock more decks along your way. On the Deck List, you can create a new Deck here or edit current ones that you have. You can have a maximum of 30 decks total.
You can create up to 30 Decks
When checking your Deck, you’ll see your main Vanguard (Grade Zero) as well as other cards. The character representative for the clan of that deck is shown here, and you can customize, confirm, or build your deck here.
At the bottom, you can submit your deck so it can be viewed by other players. You can also send a code in case you want someone to copy your deck specifically. If you want to sort your deck properly, you can even rename your deck for better organization.
Building your Deck
After you have chosen your specific clan, you will then need to assign your cards. As a general rule, you’ll need to follow these when creating your deck:
* You can have one Grade
* You can have thirteen Grade
1, Grade 2, and Grade 3 Vanguards
* You can assign your Trigger
More details regarding deck building rules can be found on our Vanguard Zero Deck Rules
Assigning Cards on your Deck
Once you are content with your deck, can then save it and add it to your list of decks. Since you have 30 slots, try different combinations possible with different types of clans.
What is the Deck Building section in Vanguard Zero? This is an area under the card section where you can customize the contents of your current deck. Since the game has rules in regards to how many types of character grades that you have, you’ll need to modify them here.