Crazy about model airplanes and other electrical toys, little Victor spent his childhood playing in Clint City's Central Park test-flying his small creations, until the day that is that one of got caught up in Nellie's hair! This sparked off a diplomatic row and court case that brought about his family's economic and social downfall! Twenty years on and Victor isn't playing any more. He's joined La Junta and works tirelessly on improving his army of drones with just one aim in mind: to exact his revenge on all the nobility of Poldachie-Golgovine by first filming and then broadcasting their most embarrassing moments over the Internet!
- Drones by the Thousand: Inflict 100 Damages with Victor
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base damage is 6, which is good for a 4*.
- His ability increases his power by 5, making him a potential 8/6.
- Because of his low base power and ability, he makes a good card against cards with ability, Power = Opp. Power.
- SoB doesn't really affect him, since his base damage is high.
- The clan bonus increases his base damage by two, making him a potential 8/8.
- His ability is activate right from the start, so he is usable then.
- His base power is 3, which is low for a 4*.
- He is very weak against SoA, since he cannot increase his base power.
- His main weakness are cards, like: Platinum, Striker Cr and Alexei, who not only cancel his ability, but also reduce his power back to one.
- He is a 4*, so he takes up room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 4* in La Junta.
- He is one of the few cards in UR who has their ability right from the start.
- His name is the male version of his fellow clan-mate, Victoria. Interestingly, both of their names mean 'victory'.
- In his 1st level art, the box that holds the drone pieces has the words, "Drones for Dummies" on it, which is a reference to the "For Dummies" series of books.
- This is the second card that makes reference to the series, with Dr Falkenstein being the other.