Just as Heroes rise, so to do some of them fall. For one noble Brave, pride gave way to guilt, and guilt swallowed them whole. . . .
Deck Name: The Darkness in our hearts. "Dark" Daiyusha's Pain!
1x Dimensional Robo, Daimagnum (FV)
4x Demon-eye Monster, Gorgon (CRIT)
4x Dimensional Robo, Daibattles (CRIT)
4x Dimensional Robo, Daiwolf (CRIT)
4x Dimensional Robo, Gorescue (HEAL)
4x Dimensional Robo, Daibrave
4x Dimensional Robo, Dailion
2x Cosmic Hero, Grandrope (Stride Enabler)
4x Dimensional Robo, Daishield
4x Cosmic Hero, Grandkungfu
3x Dimensional Robo, Daidragon
4x Dimensional Robo, Kaizard
2x Dark Dimensional Robo, "Яeverse" Daiyusha
2x Super Dimensional Robo, Daiyusha
4x Super Dimensional Robo, Diard
2x 99th-gen Dimensional Robo Commander, Great Daiearth
1x Dark Superhuman, Omega
3x Super Cosmic Hero, X-rogue
2x Super Cosmic Hero, X-tiger
In case it wasn't obvious yet, this is a theme deck focusing on Dark Dimensional Robo, "Reverse" Daiysusha, which raises the question of, if he's the boss, why is he not at max copies. The answer to that question is Super Dimensional Robo, Diard, his skills mean he works as both a first Vanguard ride, being able to apply pressure as soon as you hit Grade 3, regardless if you went first or second, and also being able to turn into any other Grade 3 at will, limit break dependent, but this allows for going into "Reverse" Daiyusha at anytime during the game. The Grade 2 line-up is mostly 12k attackers, albeit one of those is Generation Break restricted and must be attacking Vanguard to achieve beat stick status.
The 12 Crit trigger line-up should be able to explain itself here, once you go into "Reverse" Daiyusha and make use of his Limit Break, your front line, should all be hitting for 3 stages. A single trigger on any 3 stage lane take it up to 4 stages, such attacks consistently will wear an opponent thin before long, so 12 Critical ensures that you do maximum damage once you have broken through.
No Laurel here as "Reverse" Daiyusha just flat out can't use him.
Daimagnum is in the deck as starter as a back up power supply for Diard should you miss Kaizard on your Grade 2 turn.