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M10 Robot
Male Symbol.pngFemale Symbol.png
M10 Robot (unit).png
Base Stats
HP
50
Attack
+1
Defense
+1
Evade
-2
Recovery
-
Basic Info
Voice Actor
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Origin

M10 Robot (M10ロボット M10 Robotto) is a special super-powered boss only found in Co-op mode. It was originally introduced during the Minions of the Master event in 2019 which also introduced the mode as a permanent game mode.

Passives[edit | edit source]

  • On Boss turn, do not stop when challenging a player.
  • Gain +1 ATK for every player fought until end of turn. (Indicated by a stack of Rumble for every attack point gained.)
  • At the start of a Chapter, if neither Protecticon.png ProtectProtect.png nor Scrambled is active, use Protecticon.png ProtectProtect.png.
  • (Hyper Difficulty) Use Perfect Reflective Shellicon.png Perfect Reflective ShellPerfect Reflective Shell.png at the beginning of the game.

Overview[edit | edit source]

M10 Robot fights mainly revolve around its Hyper, Protecticon.png ProtectProtect.png. When used, it will negate any stack of 3 damage down to 1, making any significant damage dealt in battle minor. Furthermore, its passive allows itself to build up attack quickly on small boards or boards with a lot of  Warp Move and  Move. This can be especially dangerous if paired with Engageicon.png EngageEngage.png or Turboicon.png TurboTurbo.png. M10 Robot has plenty of debuff cards that are detrimental to the players in many different ways. With these cards M10 can debuff the team's base stats and buff itself in the progress, reduce the players' health, disabling the ability to play cards, or amplify either the player's or its own dice. As such, finding the perfect opportunity to strike is much more important to a team's victory than other bosses.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

The main difficulty of fighting M10 Robot is its shield and the sheer number of debuffs it causes. It is recommended to try to keep its Protect stack at 1, then discuss with the whole team to find the perfect opportunity to bring down the shield, and assault it. Cards that do damage outside combat such as  Long-Distance Shot or, more randomly,  Cloud of Seagulls are highly recommended to break down the shield. Players will find characters with zero recovery time such as Shifu Robot more valuable to the team, as they break down the boss's shield rapidly, allowing other teammates to launch a devastating strike on it. They also suffer from nearly no harm from Perfect Reflective Shellicon.png Perfect Reflective ShellPerfect Reflective Shell.png. Have the whole team timing and discussing when to launch the strike is also important, for example, breaking down its shield while there is an Attack Downicon.png Attack DownAttack Down.png coming is generally not recommended. After its shield is down, Scrambled will take place for 3 chapters, lowering its stats and renders its ability to negate incoming damage. Should the team make the most out of this event, they can easily achieve victory.

Summary[edit | edit source]

  • The boss's Protect reduce damage by stack up to 3 damage down to 1. (Example: If the player deals 4 to 6 damage this battle, M10 will take 2 damage, and lose 2 stacks of Protect. If the player deals 1 to 3 damage, however, it takes 1 damage, and loses 1 stack of Protect. The examples didn't take into account damage negated by defending.)
  • In Hyper difficulty, it will reflect the damage done back to the attacker both outside and inside combat. The damage reflected is calculated after the shield effect had taken effect.
  • Perfect Reflective Shellicon.png Perfect Reflective ShellPerfect Reflective Shell.png will not reflect the damage done by the player to the player if the boss is KO'd by that hit. This assures that the team will gain a victory if the final blow is landed by the last standing teammate on the field.
  • The shield can be fully taken down if done as much damage as stacks.
  •  Home panels disappear on Chapter 40.
  • More  Boss panels every 2 chapters with the Terror field Event.
  • All panels except  Warp and  Warp Move will become  Boss panels by Chapter 40.

Trivia[edit | edit source]