Nasty, vicious and violent, Rolph was prepared to do anything to become the boxing world champion, including forming a pact with the GHEIST. And now, thanks to Vryer's scientific know-how, Rolph is finally ready to take on Hammer but he's got a nasty feeling his teacher hasn't told him the whole story and that strange changes are taking place that he didn't exactly sign up to...
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- Power Breaker 2: Win 100 rounds with Rolph
Advantages and Disadvantages of the card
- His base power is 7, which is good for a 5*.
- His base damage is 6, which is also good.
- His ability removes two power from an opposing card, which helps in low-pill fights.
- The minimum for his ability is 4, which is low.
- Because of his high power, he almost always wins when facing a card pill-to-pill.
- The GHEIST bonus means that it doesn't have to worry about abilities apart from Nightmare, Piranas and Skeelz cards.
- He gets his ability at level four, so he is usable then.
- He is a 5*, so he takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 5* in GHEIST.
- Because of his ability and bonus, he is often ELO banned.
- Rolph's name comes from actor Dolph Lundgren who played the enhanced, emotionless Russian boxer, Ivan Drago, in Rocky IV.
- He may be based off of Balrog from the popular video game series, Street Fighter. Like Rolph, Balrog was also a boxer, but afterwards, he joined a criminal organization to fulfill his goals. This would make sense since Toro seems to be based off of M. Bison.
In order left to right Level 2, Level 3, level 4 and level 5.