15 Rarest Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards, Ranked (2023)

As fans of any card game know, card games can get expensive very quickly. Keeping up with the best decks can often cost a player hundreds of dollars just for two or three cards. As expensive as it can be to play at a tournament level, it's even more expensive to collect rare cards.

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The rarest cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! aren't just rare because Konami printed them in a higher rarity or from people who've kept their old Yu-Gi-Oh cards. The rarest cards come as tournament prizes, often for winning the world championship. They're not just rare because they're shiny; it's because only two or three copies of the card exist in the entire world.

Updated by Sage Ashford on November 11th, 2022: Yu-Gi-Oh! is a constantly changing card game in terms of the meta and the rarest cards of all. We've changed this list by adding even more rare cards that many Yu-Gi-Oh! fans can only dream of having.


15 Blood Mefist's Yu-Gi-Oh Championship Prize Edition Is Worth $8,500

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Blood Mefist was one of the coolest cards introduced during the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's era. A level 8 synchro monster, Blood Mefist was able to inflict damage based on every card the opponent controlled during each of the opponent's standby phases. Damage like that could add up quickly, and if that wasn't enough, the opponent took 300 damage each time they set a spell or trap. While setting cards aren't as common in the modern game, at the time, that was a powerful effect.

Unlike many of the other rare cards, this card has yet to be reprinted. Its original printing as the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship prize card in 2011 is still the only way to get the card. The meta has long made this card irrelevant, but the Ultra Rare version of the card is still worth around $8,500.

14 Shrink's 2006 Shonen Jump Championship Version Is Worth $13,000

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Shrink might not be a meta card any longer, but it's still a solid card from a practical perspective. A quickplay spell with the ability to half the ATK of any face-up monster on the field, it's a card that will work on most monsters and change things in battle within seconds. Not many monsters can survive having their attack halved, after all.

The card is easy enough to acquire given its age, but people who like to have the rarest version of a card will have to be willing to pay a steep price for this. In 2006, Shrink was the prize card for the Shonen Jump Championship. This version of the quick-play spell goes for around $13,000.

13 Meklord Astro Mekanikle Was The 2011 WCQ Qualifier Prize Card & Goes For $20,000

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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's introduced the Meklords, monsters that were meant to be anti-synchro in nature. Though Meklord Astro Mekanikle requires the player to send 3 Meklords to the grave, the effects are worth it for the right deck.

It can take an opponent's Synchro monster every turn and equip it every turn, and it gains ATK equal to all the monsters equipped to it. With Mekanikle's ATK already at 4,000, it doesn't take long for this card to get into the OTK range. While the card is easy enough to acquire, the rarest version of it is the World Championship Qualifier National prize card which goes for around $20,000.

12 Goyo Guardian's Duel Terminal Super Parallel Rare Is Worth $25,000

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At one point, Goyo Guardian was a key card during the early Synchro era. It required an Earth Tuner, which limited it to certain decks, but it was still so powerful people couldn't afford to give it up.

By destroying an opponent's monster by battle, Goyo Guardian could special summon that monster to the player's side of the field. An impressive ability in a slower-paced game, Goyo Guardian could quickly become an issue if the opponent had no answer for it. Unsurprisingly, the rarest version of the card will cost a pretty penny, with some copies going up to $25,000.

11 Gold Sarcophagus' Shonen Jump Edition Costs Around $30,000

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Gold Sarcophagus remains one of the best spell cards in Yu-Gi-Oh!, which is why it was limited on Konami's ban list for over a decade. The player could banish a card from their deck face-up, then during their 2nd standby phase after activation, add the card to their hand.

Since there's nothing stopping players from adding it to their hand sooner, Gold Sarcophagus remains limited. The Shonen Jump Championship 2007 prize card version of this card has seen massive jumps in price, starting at $8,000 in 2020 before jumping to $25,000 by early 2022.

10 E-Hero Pit Boss Is The 2013 World Championship Card & Goes For $50,000

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If there's one archetype that's been overly supported in Yu-Gi-Oh!, it's the Elemental Heroes. They aren't the most annoying deck in the game, but it can be frustrating to see them get so many cards because Jaden Yuki used them. But to fit with the theme, they're generally all Fusion-focused, even the off-shoots like the Vision Heroes and Masked Heroes.

But for the 2013 World Championship, they created an Xyz monster for the group. Made up of three level 6 monsters, it has the usual match-ender effect with a twist. To activate its effect, Elemental Hero Pit Boss has to have a spellcaster monster attached, which is perhaps a reference to the ace monster of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Dark Magician.

9 Stardust Divinity Is The 2010 World Championship Prize & Goes For $64,000

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Stardust Divinity was the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship prize card for 2010, complemented by Konami's choosing to make it a powerful Synchro monster. It can only be synchro summoned and comes with a hefty 3,000 ATK and Defense, making it one of the most powerful Stardust monsters from the early synchro era.

Like every card of its kind, Stardust Divinity is a match-ender, but people would have to really want it to summon it. The card requires one light Tuner and two or more non-tuner monsters, a steep cost for a level 10 card. This card is currently going for around $64,000.

8 Kaiser Eagle, The Heavens' Mandate Is The 2019 World Championship Prize & Is Worth $70,000

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Kaiser Eagle was the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship prize card for 2019, which made it the most recent prize card until the 2022 Worlds. A Link-5 monster that required three or more winged beast effect monsters, Kaiser Eagle would be a boon to any player running a Winged Beast deck — if the deck was legal.

The card Kaiser Eagle amassed a worth of $140,000 in 2021. Since then, the card's value has plummeted significantly and is now half the cost. Sitting at $70,000, now is the best chance to pick one up.

7 Des Volstgalph Was A Shonen Jump Championship Card That Goes For $95,000

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Des Volstgalph has been printed a number of times, but the most rare version is the Ultra Rare Shonen Jump Championship card. Considering Konami doesn't do SJCs anymore, this card feels even more impossible to get a hold of.

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The card was likely pretty impressive at the time, considering it could deal additional damage each time it sent an opponent's monster to the graveyard. It even gained attack with each resolved Normal or Quick-Play spell, a type of effect that would become more common later on. Most recently, this card could sell for over $95,000, a significant drop from when it sold for around $149,000 in May 2022.

6 Dark Magician's Duel Terminal Parallel Rare Is Worth Around $100,000

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Known as "the ultimate wizard in terms of attack and defense," the original Dark Magician got Yugi out of many dangerous situations. The Duel Terminal Parallel Rare version of the card is perhaps the rarest version of them all, the gold standard for anyone looking to trick their Dark Magician deck out.

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For years, the card was only worth around $500, but sometime in 2022, one of the copies went for around $100,000. Presumably, the relative impossibility of getting the card caused its rarity to spike.

5 Crush Card Virus Was The 2007 Shonen Jump Championship Card & Sells For $115,000

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At one point, Crush Card Virus was one of Yu-Gi-Oh!'s most powerful cards. Much like in the anime, the card could render an opponent's deck useless. Even though the effect only lasted for three turns, that was often more than enough to turn the tide of the duel.

The original Shonen Jump Championship version of the card is one of the rarest cards on the planet. These days, it goes for around $115,000. Crush Card Virus has been errata'd into being a bad card, but that doesn't make this card any less valuable.

4 Tyr, The Vanquishing Warlord Was The 2008 World Championship Prize Card & Is Selling For Around $200,000

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Tyr was created for the World Championship series in 2008. These cards tended to have the same effect, with the player being able to end the match by attacking the opponent with it directly and reducing their life points to zero.

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This effect is somewhat game-breaking, so playing it in a tournament is illegal. However, the rarity makes Tyr one of the most sought-after cards in the game. Currently, the card goes for over $198,000, and its value has only gone up since its release.

3 Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon's Asia Championship Version Sold For $330,000

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Officially, this is the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! card because it's a card someone's actually bought before. Kaiba's Blue-Eyes deck hosts filled with powerful monsters, but the most powerful of the time remains the fused Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon. The winner of the 2001 Yu-Gi-Oh! Asia Championship has received a special version of the card.

The reason Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon became the most expensive card was that this card sold for 45 million yen in 2018. Exchange rates varied from year to year. Currently, this meant the card sold for over $330,000 to a Japanese YouTuber named Yukkichi.

2 Tyler, The Great Warrior Is One Of A Kind

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Tyler, The Great Warrior became a legendary Yu-Gi-Oh! card. Konami created it in response to a young man's Make-A-Wish request, giving him a custom card while he battled cancer. The card featured a Dragon Ball Z-esque character in the art, which earned it the name Super Saiyan Trunks in the community.

Tyler still holds the card today and doesn't have any intention of giving it up. Since no other version of the card exists and the holder doesn't wish to part with it, it's theoretically impossible to place a value on it. To its owner, it certainly must be priceless.

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The very first Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament awarded Yugi Muto's legendary Black Luster Soldier monster. It wasn't just any version of the warrior monster, but one created on stainless steel. With only one in existence, the value is whatever someone is willing to pay for it.

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In 2013, Kotaku stated the card was up for purchase at 998 million yen, which these days would be worth around $7.3 million. That doesn't necessarily mean someone will buy it for that price, but when a card truly is one of a kind, it's priceless.

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What is the most rarest Yu-Gi-Oh card? ›

Easily the most valuable card on this list, the Black Luster Soldier was an exclusive prize card awarded at the first-ever Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament in 1999. It is printed on stainless steel and is the only one of its kind, thus its coveted rarity makes it essentially priceless.

What are the top 10 most valuable Yu-Gi-Oh cards? ›

Top 10 Most Expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards
  • Special Edition Cyber Stein: $25,000. ...
  • Amatsu Okami of the Devine Peaks: $18,800. ...
  • Iron Knight of Revolution: $12,999. ...
  • Dark Magician Girl: $9,100. ...
  • Armament of the Lethal Lords: $8,000. ...
  • Skuna — The Leonine Rakan: $5,999. ...
  • First Edition Blue-Eyes White Dragon: $4,200.
Nov 3, 2022

What 1st edition Yu-Gi-Oh cards are worth money? ›

LOB Monster Reborn (1st Edition) card was one of the super rare cards found in the first Yu-Gi-Oh booster packs to drop on shop shelves back in 2002. What is this? Now, 20 years later at the time of writing, these 1st edition cards can can easily sell for over $6,000 if graded in mint condition.

What is a Secret Rare Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

A Secret Rare has a rainbow-colored foil that's applied to the artwork, card name, Attribute, and Level. Each Starlight Rare has a horizontal, lattice or grid-like holographic pattern applied over the majority of the card face, including the card border.

What is the rarest card in existence? ›

The Shichifukujin Dragon, created to celebrate the opening of the DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan, is also the only one of its kind in existence. In Japanese mythology, 'Shichifukujin' is the name given to the Seven Deities of Good Fortune.

What is the coolest YuGiOh card? ›

Blue-Eyes White Dragon

It's the signature card of Yugi Muto's big rival, Seto Kaiba. It's still the strongest normal monster card in the game with an ATK of 3,000. In short, this is the most iconic YuGiOh card there is.

How do I know if my Yu Gi Oh cards are worth money? ›


Three main factors apply when trying to determine the value of a Yu-Gi-Oh! card. Understanding the rarity of the card (population) is the most important thing to consider. Each pack has a different subset of rarities.

How can you tell if a blue-eyes white dragon is rare? ›

The Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Silver), Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Bronze), and name-stamped versions of Duelist League Blue-Eyes White Dragon are all pretty rare, but the Blue-stamped version is the only one that makes the Top 10. If you want one for your collection, get ready to drop at least 100 dollars.

Are old Yugioh cards worth money? ›

Even less rare cards fetch quite a handsome price. First edition Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Dark Magician, even Swords of Revealing Light. The older the card, the better for resale value — as long as it's been kept in good condition. Cards that are new and still played today can also sell for a few hundred dollars.

How rare is a starlight rare? ›

Starlight Rares are pretty hard to snag! Expect to find roughly one Starlight Rare for every two cases of booster boxes you open. With five Starlight Rares per set, you might need to crack ten cases of a set just to get the Starlight Rare you're looking for! That's incredibly rare.

What is the rarest duel master cards? ›

The Game-wrecking cards Bombazar, Dragon of Destiny, Bolmeteus Sapphire Dragon and Astral Reef are all of the Very Rare rarity. However, broken super rares had appeared in the face of the metagame, such as King Alcadeias, Holy Gaia and Emperor Kiriko.

Are Ghost Rares valuable? ›

In the past, every core set from 2007's Tactical Evolution to 2016's Dimension of Chaos included exactly one Ghost Rare card. Like today's Starlight Rares, Ghost Rares were the rarest cards in each set and often among the most expensive. That said, Ghosts weren't always as valuable as they are today.

What is a Secret Rare card? ›

Secret rare cards are cards with set numbers outside the printed size of the set (for example, a card numbered 101/100). These cards are generally considered a subset of ultra rares.

What is the oldest card ever? ›

The oldest surviving cards in the world are four fragments found in the Keir Collection and one in the Benaki Museum. They are dated to the 12th and 13th centuries (late Fatimid, Ayyubid, and early Mamluk periods).

What is the most powerful card? ›

The Ace of Spades (also known as the Spadille and Death Card) is traditionally the highest and most valued card in the deck of playing cards in English-speaking countries.

What is the lowest value playing card? ›

There are 52 cards in a deck, divided into four suits of 13 ranks each. The suits are all of equal value - no suit is higher than any other suit. In Poker, the Ace is the highest card and the 2 card (Deuce) is the lowest.

How do you know if your card is rare? ›

Look in the bottom right corner of the card to find the rarity symbol, next to the card number: A circle means the card is common, while a diamond marks uncommon cards.

What is the best playing card in the world? ›

The best playing cards overall are KEM Poker Arrow Red and Blue Playing Cards (view at Amazon). We appreciate that the set comes with two standard-size decks and that each card is made of durable, flexible, and washable cellulose acetate.

What is the strongest deck in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

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  • 8 Frog FTK.
  • 7 Nekroz.
  • 6 Yata Lock.
  • 5 Spyral.
  • 4 TeleDAD.
  • 3 Zoodiac.
  • 2 Dragon Rulers.
  • 1 PePe.
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What card is better than an ace? ›

There are 52 cards in the pack, and the ranking of the individual cards, from high to low, is ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.

What cards to look for that are worth money? ›

Keep in mind that it can take decades for a trading card to realize its true value.
  • #10. 1961 Fleer Wilt Chamberlain #8 PSA 9.
  • #9. 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle #311 PSA 7.
  • #8. 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #144 PSA 8.
  • #7. 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #149 PSA 8.
  • #6. 1993 SP Derek Jeter (FOIL) #279 PSA 10.
  • #5. ...
  • #4. ...
  • #3.
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Will Yu-Gi-Oh cards go up in value? ›

As long as there's a demand for Yu-Gi-Oh cards, they will always be worth something. The trading card game first started in 1996 - and it's still going strong. So, rest assured, Yu-Gi-Oh cards will be worth plenty of money in the foreseeable future. But that doesn't mean that every card will hold its value, though!

What are the most valuable Yu-Gi-Oh sets? ›

These are the world's top 11 rare YuGiOh cards:

Crush Card Virus Shonen Jump Championship 2007. Cyber-Stein Shonen Jump Championship 2004. Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth Dark Duels Stories promo. Blue-Eyes White Dragon Dark Duel Stories promo.

Can you still get rare YuGiOh cards? ›

Yes! There are thousands of Yugioh cards that are worth a lot of money. Here, we've ranked 10 of the most valuable and rarest cards ever from the cheapest to the most expensive. Top 10 lists are dynamic because sales are always happening and many are private.

How many Blue-Eyes White Dragons exist? ›

In the anime, only three of the four Blue-Eyes White Dragon cards still exist, and Seto Kaiba, the modern-day reincarnation of Priest Seto, has all of them in his deck. When played right, he can summon the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon by fusing all three Blue-Eyes White Dragons on the battlefield!

Is Dark Magician a rare card? ›

This is of Ultra Rare rarity. From the Legendary Collection set. You will receive the Limited Edition version of this card.

Are Japanese Yugioh cards worth money? ›

The average Yu-Gi-Oh card is worth $0.16 (USD). The higher the rarity rares will often be worth more than cards such as commons.

How rare is secret rare? ›

Secret Rares were discontinued after the Soul of the Duelist packs due to excessive use of electronic scales, however, they have been re-introduced in Strike of Neos. The odds of getting a Secret Rare in a Booster Pack was 1:31 before the release of The Shining Darkness, when the ratio changed to 1:23.

What is Collector's Rare? ›

Collector's Rare (コレクターズレア Korekutāzu Rea) is a rarity introduced in the OCG in Collectors Pack: ZEXAL Version on August 10th, 2013. It has the rainbow-colored reflective pattern of a Parallel Rare on Attribute, Level/Rank, artwork, lore box border and card border.

Do Starlight Rares lose value? ›

Most of the Starlight Rares printed so far are either good investments, or relatively flat. It's kind of hard to actually lose value.

What is the strongest deck in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel? ›

Tri-Brigade, Virtual World, Sky Striker and Eldlich are the best meta decks in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel, but that does not mean these are the only decks you should use.

How many rares are collectors per box? ›

Collector's Rares aren't especially difficult to pull: you can expect to find one in roughly every three or four booster boxes you open. That's a lot easier than the one-per-case hit rate for some Ghost Rares, or the one-per-two-case ratio for Starlight Rares.

How many Starlight rares exist? ›

The cards are selected so that there is one of each original rarity: Rare, Super Rare, Ultra Rare, and Secret Rare. From Eternity Code (April 30, 2020) onward, a fifth Starlight Rare is present, being a reprint that does not otherwise appear in the set.

What are rainbow Rares worth? ›

This tag team card combines not only the overwhelming power of Mewtwo and Mew, but also their value. The market value for the rainbow secret rare from Unified Minds is around $101 USD, with some being sold for over $200.

Does 1st Edition matter in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

It is not used in the Japanese, Japanese-Asian, and Chinese OCG. Every Booster Pack is initially printed as 1st Edition for a limited period, after which they are replaced by Unlimited Edition prints.
1st Edition
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Are all Yu-Gi-Oh cards 1st Edition? ›

Most retail sets (such as booster packs and Structure Decks) are initially printed in 1st Edition for the first print run, while later print runs are printed as Unlimited Edition to distinguish them.

How do you know a Yu-Gi-Oh card is 1st edition? ›

The fastest way to tell at a glance is by looking at the Eye of Anubis, that holographic square at the bottom right of every card. If it is gold-colored, the card is either Limited Edition or 1st Edition. Otherwise, it will be colored silver.

How many first edition Yu-Gi-Oh cards are there? ›

Konami, the creator of the cards, has never come out with an official number, but the Yu-Gi-Oh! Fandom Wiki has catalogued that there are 12,456 in the Official Card Game and 11,145 in the Trading Card Game.

What is the single best Yu-Gi-Oh card? ›

Best Yu-Gi-Oh! cards
  • Exodia The Forbidden One.
  • Pot of Greed.
  • Yata-Garasu.
  • Cyber Dragon.
  • Crush Card Virus.
  • Maxx “C”
  • Legendary Six Samurai - Shi-En.
  • Performapal Monkeyboard.
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What is the oldest Yu-Gi-Oh pack? ›

1, short for Volume 1, is a Booster Pack that was released on February 4, 1999 as the first set in the Yu-Gi-Oh!

Is it better to have more or less cards in a Yu-Gi-Oh deck? ›

The competitive consensus was that a smaller deck maximized consistency. The fewer cards in your deck, the higher the chances of seeing your best cards; the ones that can decide games, matches, or even tournaments.

Can you still get rare Yugioh cards? ›

Yes! There are thousands of Yugioh cards that are worth a lot of money. Here, we've ranked 10 of the most valuable and rarest cards ever from the cheapest to the most expensive. Top 10 lists are dynamic because sales are always happening and many are private.

Does 1st edition matter? ›

Speaking generally, first editions will hold the most value if they are first editions, first printings. Depending on who has published the book and what formats it has been published in, you'll be looking for hardcover books mostly. But don't assume all hardcovers are first printings!

How do you tell the rarity of a card? ›

The rarity of a card is indicated by the color of its expansion symbol. The symbol itself shows which set the card belongs to, and its color indicates its rarity. Common cards have a black and white symbol, uncommons are silver, and rares are gold.

Is first edition Charizard? ›

The 1999 1st Edition Holographic Charizard card is recognized as the “holy grail” of the entire Pokémon trading card game, and seen as one of the most iconic non-sports card. The first edition set was released in limited quantity with 102 cards total, 16 of them being the rarer, coveted holographic cards.

What are the strongest Yu-Gi-Oh cards? ›

The 15 Most Powerful 'Yu-Gi-Oh! ' Characters
  • Master Peace, The True Dracoslaying King. ...
  • Number 16: Shock Master. ...
  • Obelisk The Tormentor. DeviantArt. ...
  • Slifer The Sky Dragon. DeviantArt. ...
  • Super Quantal Mech King Great Magnus. DeviantArt. ...
  • The Tyrant Neptune. DeviantArt. ...
  • The Winged Dragon Of Ra. DeviantArt. ...
  • Victory Dragon. Yu-Gi-Oh!
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How many Yu-Gi-Oh God cards are there? ›

Slifer the Sky Dragon, The Winged Dragon Ra, Obelisk the Tormentor. 5 Rare cards, and 27 Common cards for a total of 35 cards. All cards are in English. The God Card art variations may vary order to order.


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