Dimensional Robo Battle Commander, Magna Daibird
ACT(VC)1/Turn:[Choose a face down card from your G zone with the same card name as this unit, and turn it face up] This unit gets "AUTO(VC):[Soul Blast (1)] When your opponent's guardian is placed on (GC), you may pay the cost. If you do, reveal three cards from the top of your deck, if all of those cards have "Dimensional Robo" in their card names, put up to one grade 3 card from among them into your hand, if you put a card into your hand, choose one of your opponent's guardians, and retire it. Shuffle your deck.".
This is it, the climax of the Robo support, the end-game, the all in, the purpose. And it's... well-
This makes analysis actually hard, more so in vacuum. Assuming we've now seen all the Robo cards, except the new Heal Trigger which we can safely assume to be one of the RRs of the set, drafts can now be properly compiled for the Nexus deck.
In theory this card and Nexus feed each other, the drawn G3's adding to your defense while skill of Nexus engages in deck filtration and fueling towards this. In practice I'm not sure how well it will overall work out. I think I can see what Bushiroad was aiming for, however I am not convinced they landed it on the mark. I don't see a reliable winning formula here, and I doubt Bushi intended there to be one anyway- rather I suspect they are hoping Gallop will surpass Robos this time around, third chance tends to be the last.
Happy New year, see you again in 2018