Konami Reveals Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Next Release Called Phantom Rage

Konami revealed the next addition to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game today as the Phantom Rage set will be coming in November. This new booster set will have 100 cards for you to collect, which breaks down to 50 Commons, 26 Super Rares, 14 Ultra Rares, and 10 Secret Rares. But it's not just a matter of adding more cards to the mix, some new surprises will be furnished in this one as well. There will be 17 World Premiere cards, which is the most ever in a single booster set. The long-awaited crossover between "U.A." and "F.A." will take place in this set as well. There will be a new selection of Ritual, Fusion, Synchro, Xyz, and Link Monsters. Plus, more cards designed to enhance strategies that were introduced in Rise Of The Duelist.

What's more, this set brings new Phantom Knight and Raidraptor cards that can be played in their own decks. You can also create your own hybrid deck that takes the best of each theme to max out your Xyz Summoning power, so you get the most out of whatever you put in, depending on how you stack it. There's a new theme anchored by a powerful Spell Card that Summons up to 5 Tokens, which you can use for Fusion Summoning that lets you summon twice consecutively. The packs go on sale on November 6th, 2020 for $3 per pack. You can read more about them below.

A look at the packaging for Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Phantom Rage, courtesy of Konami.
A look at the packaging for Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Phantom Rage, courtesy of Konami.

Phantom Rage doesn't just remaster popular themes from the past, it unites them as well. You can find new Phantom Knight and Raidraptor cards, but you can also find new cards that are Phantom Knights and Raidraptors! You can play these cards in their own Yu-Gi-Oh! Decks, but you can also create your own hybrid Deck that takes the best of each theme to max out your Xyz Summoning power. You can also find a new theme based on Fusion Summoning that excels at performing consecutive Fusion Summons. Normally, to Fusion Summon you need to use a Spell Card for each Fusion Summon you perform along with multiple separate cards to use as materials, but this brand-new theme is anchored by a powerful Spell Card that Summons up to 5 Tokens you can use for Fusion Summoning…and then lets you Fusion Summon twice consecutively!

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