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...
Rolph appears in his second level as one of the GHEIST who came to get Sigmund's capsule in the comic, Assault Under Clint River, along with other members
- 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.