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Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Launch Date

Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Launch Date.

History befalls to life in Ghosts From the Past! This 132-card all-foil collector’s set supports nine popular themes from the past, introduces two brand-new themes, benefits you build some of the Decks highlighted both in this sponsor and in recent Core Boosters, and to prunes it all off, debuts five different Ghost Rares. Nine Theme From The Past: Previous ghosts have new cards for nine different themes from the past. Approaches from many different ages in Yu-Gi-Oh! ‘s history, like Dragunity, Cipher, and Shaddoll, will make an amazing theme.

Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Launch Date.

Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Cards

New Themes: Recently, the production decided to upgrade the theme level, so they introduced the villainous Spectre’s “Sunavalon” strategy from Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS needs root in Ghosts From the Past. It has a Plant-based Link that can Summon the theme lays out an intelligent web of interconnected monster impressions to trap inexperienced Duelists. 

New Theme

The second new theme will be an original game strategy. Each Ghost From the Past box includes three packs with five cards each. The set includes 132 cards: 5 Ghost Rares and 127 Ultra Rares. Ghost Rare, also known as Holographic Rare in the OCG, is an uncommonness introduced in the TCG tale of Tactical Evolution. Ghost Rare labels have a very glistening silver lettering for the label name, much like a Secret Rare, with unusual colors removed from the card image. 

The hippocampus’s body seems like two different splits, making the picture look 3D. Suppose a light is reflected on the card image, the color changes. As a result, it can be hard to make out the monster on a card colored this way. The image’s color is somewhat replaced with the same colors as the normal card, just in a dimmer version at a specific angle. These changes’ overall result is a pale, “ghost-like” appearance to the card art, especially when scanned.

Gold/Ghost Rare cards, a hybrid among Ghost Rare and Gold Rare, can also be discovered in the Gold Series: Haunted Mine packs. From Tactical Evolution to Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy, the case card of a pack was published as Ghost Rare, with the exclusion of “Rainbow Neos” in Phantom Darkness. 

Ultra Rare

Ultra Rare cards are identified by having a gold card name and a holofoil image. Starting with the TCG set Battles of Legend: Light’s Revenge released in July of 2017, the card’s Level/Rank and Attribute are also holofoils.

The card name can also be red, but these are only available in Japanese promos. The possibility of getting an Ultra Rare in a Booster Pack is very less in Booster Packs before Soul of the Duelist. From Soul of the Duelist onwards, the possibilities are quite high. 

In earlier pre-constructed decks, both Starter and Structure Decks, there is one card (except Structure Deck: Dragons Collide Structure Deck/Dragonic Legion, which contains two) printed in Ultra Rare. Later Structure Decks, such as Structure Deck: Master of Pendulum/ Master Of Pendulum Structure Deck, have more than 1. These are usually the featured cards of the deck and the highlight of their collection. However, these cards are always predetermined, so it’s entirely for appearance and not a rarity.

What Is Soul Of The Duelist?

Soul of the Duelist is a Booster Pack in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Standard Card Game (OCG) and Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game(TCG). It is the original Booster Pack in the OCG Series 4. It is the initial set after the convergence of the Japanese Booster Pack delivers with TCG, Asian-English, and Korean releases. Earlier, one set of Booster Packs was being published in Japanese, while other words received separate Booster Packs, which were normally a combination of a duo of Japanese Booster Packs.

Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Launch Date.

Soul of the Duelist

It has been issued in the OCG in Japanese, Asian-English, and Korean and in the TCG in English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. This set included “LV” monsters, including the “Hour,” “Mystic Swordsman,” and “Armed Dragon” series. It introduced the strongest Fusion Monster in the TCG at the time, “Master of Oz.”

When Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past Will Be Releasing?

The official Tournament Store Launch Date of the Yu-Gi-Oh Ghosts From The Past is on 14th April 2021. Whereas, the product will be available in your nearby stores by 16th April 2021. The product is also available on Amazon from 14th April 2021.