While we don’t have many details, multiple sources are confirming alternative rarities to some cards, similarto the OCG’s Extra Secret Rares. Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess and Marincess Sea Horse are confirmed. Reports are that it is “incredibly difficult to pull”, but we can not yet determine exactly how rare it is.
An earlier version of this article had us suggesting that perhaps it was every ultra and secret, as a guess. We retracted this as, since we portray ourselves as a credible news source, we should not speculate on information. We apologize for anyone mislead by this speculation, or any false expectations set by this comment.
Borreload Furious Dragon (Ultra Rare)
Topologic Zeroboros (Ultra Rare)
Quadborrel Dragon (Ultra Rare)
Silverrokket Dragon (Super Rare)
Rokket Tracer (Super Rare)
Absorouter Dragon (Super Rare)
Zero-Day Blaster (Super Rare)
+Paladin of Felgrand (not in the OCG Deck)
Dragon Knight of Creation
Keeper of the Shrine
World Chalice Guardragon
Raiden, Hand of the Lightsworn
Boot Sector Launch
Ruins of the Divine Dragon Lords
Return of the Dragon Lords
Mirror Force Launcher
Triple Burst Dragon
Tiamataon and Keeper of Dragonic Magic were swapped from the OCG counterpart for Paladin of Felgrand and Ruins of the Divine Dragon Lords.
Konami announced a Yu-Gi-Oh! Chaos Impact Special Edition box for this Fall’s booster set (see “‘Chaos Impact’ To Shake Up ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG'”).
Each box will contain 3 booster packs of Chaos Impact as well as 2 of 4 Super Rare variant cards. Super Rares included in the box will be unveiled on Yu-Gi-Oh!’s web site in the coming weeks leading up to the product launch. The Special Edition Box will have a MSRP of $99.90.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Chaos Impact Special Edition is scheduled for December 6.
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Konami unveiled the latest expansion for its Yu-Gi-Oh!trading card game, Chaos Impact. With 100 cards supporting new and classic strategies, the set is designed to shake up the format and has an October 25 street date.
Players will be able to destroy their own cards to Summon Monsters, and a new Level-8 fiend absorbs opponents’ Monsters as Link Material. Other highlights include support for Marincess, new Gladiator Beasts including one that negates all Monster effects, and new cards for decks Aromage, Dinowrestler, Evil Eye, Salamangreat, Tenyi, and more.
Chaos Impact’s 100 cards include 48 commons, 28 rares, 14 super rares, 10 ultra rares, and eight secret rares. Name and content are tentative as of this date.
Konami will release Legendary Duelists: Immortal Destiny on September 27 (see “Dark Duelists Featured in New ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Set”).