The 25th Anniversary Celebration of Yu-Gi-Oh! have finally come to life: in the last few hours, Konami has actually finally launched the Legendary Collection: 25th Anniversary Editionwhich includes the very first sets of the Japanese trading card game and even introduces a new rarity for the cards.

But first things first: What will you find in the new Legendary Collection set? Inside there is you are very loved booster packs the origins of Yu-Gi-Oh!or conditions unlimited with special 25th Anniversary branding embossed on the packaging of the first six TCG expansion sets: They will include "The Legend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon", "Metal Marauders", "Sovereign of Magic", "Servant of the Pharaoh", "Crisis Dark" and "Invasion of Chaos".

Along with the six packs, each collection includes a total six Ultra Rare cards in the edition variant, Depicted are the blue-eyed white dragon, the dark magician, and the red-eyed black dragon, as well as the three Egyptian deities Obelisk the Tormentor, Slifer the Sky Dragon, and the Winged Dragon of Ra. Those last three cards are those too deck card the luxurious box containing the expansion packs vintage.

In addition to the six cards variantIn addition, we also have one seventh card in secret quarter century rarity, an all-new rarity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Yu-Gi-Oh! is presented. After appearing in the Legendary Collection, this rarity will also appear in the other major Yu-Gi-Oh! appear starting with Cyberstorm accessappear in early May.

So summarized in the Legendary Collection that we have Six packs vintagesix rare variants and one Quarter's Secret Rare century, each representing some of the most popular cards in the entire TCG penned by the late Kazuki Takahashi. The package price? 27.90 euros, with a deviation of a few euros depending on the chosen retailer.

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