Both Road Warrior and Junk Destroyer are very power assets in Yusei Fudo’s junk deck. They’ve been used to defeat powerful opponents and they have a personal connection with Yusei as well (for they are part of the synchro-warrior archetype). Today, we’re going to see which of the two are more powerful.
With 3000 attack points, it might only seem like a stat powerhouse at first, but Road Warrior actually as a really good ability. You see, once per turn it allows the user to special summon one level two or lower machine/warrior monster on to the field. That’s a great effect because it allows you to swarm tuners! Road Warrior gives you a lot of opportunities to create more synchro monsters. It is a really powerful monster, and though it shouldn’t be your ace, its one heck of a good sidekick.
Artwork: 7/10, Effect: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 5/10, Power: 9/10, Game Changer: 8/10, Playability: 7/10. Overall, Road Warrior receives a score of 7.3/10 – C.
Junk Destroyer is a cool card. Not only is its design cool but it is another one of Junk Synchron’s Â synchro transformations! Junk Destroyer was the card that helped Yusei beat Breo in the World Grand Prix as well. Junk Destroyer is a powerful 2600 attack point and 2500 defense point monster that can destroy cards in the fieldÂ equivalentÂ to the amount of non-tuners used to summon him. A pretty good effect if you have a deck with a high ratio of low-leveled monsters.
Artwork: 6/10, Effect: 7/10, Power: 8/10, Deck Adaptation: 5/10, Game Changer: 10/10, Playability: 7/10. Overall, Junk Destroyer gets a score off Â 7/10 – C-.
Alas, we have our winner for the day, Road Warrior! Their both great monsters but Road Warrior outs Junk Destroyer in terms of effect and power. Junk Destroyer’s effect can be a huge game changer however it is a bit difficult to tune numerous monsters and that’s why it got a deduction in the effect category.