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Aster Phoenix with "Vision Hero Adoration" and "Vision Hero Witch Raider".
Most "Vision HERO" monsters wear helmets with a singular lens where the face would be, and have an almost robotic appearance.
EtymologyThe name of this archetype comes from their change in appearance and functionality while in the Spell & Trap Zone. In the manga, while in the in the Spell & Trap Zone, "Vision HERO" monsters are called "visions" or "mirages" (in Japanese, Aster calls them "
Most of the low-Level "Vision HERO" monsters have low ATK/DEF and share the following effects: when the player takes damage, they can be moved from the Graveyard to the player's Spell & Trap Card Zone. "Vision HERO" monsters can be Tributed to Special Summon 1 "Vision HERO" monster from the controller's Spell & Trap Card Zone. When that is done an effect unique to the particular "Vision HERO" activates. There are a few exceptions, such as "Vision HERO Gravito", who exists solely to Special Summon "Vision HERO" monsters from the Spell & Trap Card Zone.
The archetype contains several cards to send "Vision HERO" monsters to the Graveyard so that they can later become "visions", like "Vision HERO Faris", and to manipulate the "Vision HEROes" which are currently "visions", such as "Vision Release". Once the player gathers "Vision HERO" monsters in their Spell & Trap Card Zone, they can Special Summon them to Tribute Summon high-Level monsters such as "Vision HERO Witch Raider", or fuse them into powerful Fusion Monsters such as "Vision HERO Trinity".