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"Raizer" (ライザー Raizā) is a series of cards that include "Raizer" in its card name exclusive to the Nova Grappler clan. The first card was introduced in Booster Set 1: Descent of the King of Knights, they received their first support in Extra Booster: Comic Style Vol. 1, and further support in Booster Set 9: Clash of the Knights & Dragons, Booster Set 16: Legion of Dragons & Blades, and G Booster Set 6: Transcension of Blade and Blossom.

The Raizer sub-clan focuses on forming columns of Raizer units, since many of their effects rely on having another Raizer unit in the same column.

Background

What is the Raizer Series?

The main concept of the "Raizer" Battleroids and their successors is versatility, so it can by driven by any pilot. The first time they were introduced for live combat was with the BR1-0021, commonly known as "Battleraizer", which has had many successive models. But this flexibility which was an initial concept was removed in the second half of development, as more highly efficient builds were manufactured, resulting in many custom-made vehicles constantly participating in the Nova Grappler league.

Sets Containing "Raizer" Cards

Booster Sets

Set Name No. of Cards
Booster Set 1: Descent of the King of Knights 1
Booster Set 6: Breaker of Limits 1
Booster Set 9: Clash of the Knights & Dragons 2
Booster Set 13: Catastrophic Outbreak 1
Booster Set 16: Legion of Dragons & Blades 18
Booster Set 17: Blazing Perdition ver.E 18
G Booster Set 1: Generation Stride 2
G Booster Set 6: Transcension of Blade and Blossom 4
V Booster Set 01: Unite! Team Q4 9
V Extra Booster 06: Light of Salvation, Logic of Destruction 2


Extra Booster Sets

Set Name No. of Cards
Extra Booster: Comic Style Vol. 1 4
Extra Booster: Infinite Phantom Legion 6
Extra Booster: Champions of the Cosmos 1


Decks and Starter Sets

Set Name No. of Cards
Trial Deck 3: Golden Mechanical Soldier 1


List of "Raizer" cards

Grade 0


Grade 1


Grade 2


Grade 3


Trivia

  • The Japanese name likely comes from the word "riser", reflected by the "standing units" playstyle.
  • In the Italian format, the name was firstly translated as "destroyer".


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